Item Number: JNR-PRESENTER
Technology Integration: Geography, Health, History, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies
Technology Skill: Presentation
Program: Microsoft Office, Word, PowerPoint, Google, Google Slides, Office Online, Word Online, PowerPoint Online
Includes: Introduction to Google Slides or PowerPoint | Presentation Skills and Public Speaking Lessons: Teacher Guide, Printable Student Workbook, Paperless Worksheets, Extension Activities
Handouts and Assessment Tools: TechnoPresenter Parent Letter, TechnoPresenter Certificate, Presenter Skill Summary, Presentation Checklist, Peer Editing Checklist, Presentation Rubric
Samples: Diamonds, Mummy, Vegetables
STEM Integration Lessons: public speaking and research with presentation technology skills
Assignment 1: Oral Presentations and Public Speaking
Recognize the purpose of oral presentations. Rate public speaking readiness.
Assignment 2: Study Presentations
Examine a sample presentation to develop an understanding of the content, layout, and design.
Assignment 3: Select a Topic, Write a Research Question
Organize ideas using a planning sheet. Select audience and topic. Formulate research question.
Assignment 4: Make a Title Slide
Create a title slide. Apply a theme to produce a consistent style. Format text and images.
Assignment 5:Create an Information Slide
Summarize essential information on a slide using a bulleted list. Elaborate using the notes pane.
Assignment 6: Build a Table of Fun Facts
Classify facts into categories using a table. Expand upon a key point using the notes pane.
Assignment 7: Decorate Slides
Capture audience attention. Enhance slides and emphasize information using graphic objects.
Assignment 8: Presentation Checklist
Self-evaluate slideshow quality. Revise the presentation to improve appearance and clarity.
Assignment 9: Rehearse with Speaker Notes
Practice public speaking by presenting with digital or printed speaker notes.
Assignment 10: Give an Oral Presentation
Communicate research findings. Engage the audience using a slideshow as a visual aid.
Optional Public Speaking Lessons
- Work Together: Collaborate with a friend. Create a joint presentation.
- Insert a Video: Embed a video from YouTube.
- Create a Graphic Organizer: Use a graphical layout with shapes.
- Animate Information: Control the flow of information with animation.
- Presentation Rehearsal: Practice in front of a small group. Receive feedback.
- Body Language Skits: Learn about effective non-verbal communication.
- Ask an Expert: Share presentation as a link. Peers ask questions.