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Title: Presentation Education


1
Presentation Education
  • Emerald Star Project of
  • Tricia Kash
  • Solano County
  • Vaca Valley 4-H

2
Overview
  • You will be learning
  • What is a Presentation?
  • Importance of Public Speaking
  • 4-H and Presentations
  • Basics of Presenting
  • Creative Thinking
  • Types of 4-H Presentations
  • Steps in Choosing Your Presentation
  • Making Your Presentation
  • The Big Show Day
  • Helpful Hints
  • References

3
What is a Presentation?
  • A presentation is a method used to communicate
    an idea by showing and/or telling. You can use
    props, posters, and other visual aids.
  • A 4-H presentation helps you learn how to
  • Research a subject
  • Organize ideas in a logical order
  • Be a teacher
  • Improve public speaking skills

4
Importance of Public Speaking
  • Ranked number one among the skills to have
  • You collect information and ideas
  • Teaching others
  • Builds confidence
  • Help develop life skills
  • Help you be more comfortable during interviews
  • A presentation in front of your peers

5
  • 4-H and Presentations
  • Presentations are required to earn star ranks
  • Presentations can earn you proficiency awards

6
Basics of Presenting
  • Body Positioning Body Language
  • Stand slightly to the side of your visual aid
  • Eye contact is important, therefore maintain eye
    contact as much as possible

7
  • No slouching!
  • Dont turn your back to the audience
  • We want to see your hands
  • Distribute your weight
  • Dont sway!
  • Proper gesturing

8
Good Body Language
All smiles and positive attitude!
Stand tall
9
Poor Body Language
Hide the Frustration
Dont Lose Focus
10
Hand Gestures
Dont be afraid to use your hands!
Keep your hands out of your pockets!
11
Show off your work, dont hide it.
12
Voice Variation
  • Volume of speech should match room
  • Not too loud, but not too soft
  • Keep their attention
  • Project your voice!
  • Prepare for pauses in the speech

13
Creative Thinking
  • Lettering
  • Easy to read words.
  • Limit the CAPITAL letters
  • Fancy lettering or a dramatic change in font
  • Say more, read less

14
Is your visual clear or cluttered?
  1. Visibility
  2. Simple
  3. Interesting
  4. Useful
  5. Structure
  6. Information

15
Colors! Colors!
  • Background or emphasizing color?
  • Use complementing colors
  • Time to be dull? Or time to be bright?

16
Bright against Dark
Dark against Bright
17
Types of 4-H Presentations
  • Demonstration
  • Educational Display
  • Interpretive Reading
  • Share the Fun
  • Illustrated Talk
  • Scientific Demonstration
  • Prepared Speech
  • Impromptu Speech
  • Audio-Visual Presentations
  • Cultural Arts
  • Problem Solving Presentations

18
Demonstration
  • Show how method
  • Posters or visual aids as enhancements
  • Range 3 to 15 minutes
  • Identifiable sections
  • Connect it to 4-H, not school
  • No notes!

19
Example of Demonstration Board
Introduction
List of Equipment
20
Steps You Take
Procedure
21
Facts are Fun!
Visual Aids
22
Educational Display
  • Organized visual presentation
  • Limited Time
  • Individual Project
  • Speaker should be prepared
  • Use time wisely
  • 4 feet reading distance
  • Do not read off your visual aids

23
Card Table Display
Its Showtime!
Visual Aids
24
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25
Interpretative Reading
  • Any published written work
  • Should know about the reading selection
  • Individual presentation
  • Should have the reading material present, but
    nothing else.
  • No longer than 5 minutes
  • Give mental picture

26
Share the Fun
  • Group performances only
  • No notes!
  • Dress up?... Of Course!!!
  • No longer than 15 minutes
  • Everything should be understandable

27
Choosing and Creating a Perfect Presentation
  • What is the subject?
  • Research your topic
  • How will you present your presentation?
  • Develop your presentation
  • Prepare your presentation
  • Practice

28
  • Step 1 What is the subject?
  • Something that you are interested in
  • You are comfortable with this topic
  • Narrow it down

29
  • Step 2 Research your topic
  • Research, research, research
  • Accurate information with sources
  • Research based sources

30
  • Step 3 How will you present your
    presentation?
  • State your purpose
  • Write out your title
  • Organize your points into an outline
  • Introduction
  • Problem
  • Solution
  • Body
  • Conclusion
  • Closing

31
  • Example of an Outline
  • Introduction Create interest in your topic.
  • Problem People do not know how to identify
    poisonous plants.
  • Solution Teach people how to identify
    poisonous plants.
  • Body Three most common poisonous plants are
  • Poison Oak
  • Stinging Nettle
  • Poison Ivy

32
  • Conclusion Three common poisonous plants
    are
  • Closing
  • Is an attention getter
  • Summarizes your purpose
  • Is short and to the point
  • Example Look, but dont touch

33
  • Step 4 Develop your presentation
  • Your presentation should be
  • Focused on one topic
  • An interesting subject
  • Easy to understand

34
  • Step 5 Prepare your presentation
  • Illustrate your main point
  • Use an outline
  • Use models

35
  • Step 6 Practice
  • Practice, practice, practice
  • Anticipate questions
  • Try not to memorize your speech

36
Catchy Title
  • Planting plants that use less water to survive.
  • Title Example Water you waiting for?
  • Teaching the Barrel Racing Pattern
  • Title Example Turn n Burn
  • The three most common poisonous plants.
  • Title Example Leaf these plants alone!

37
The Big Show DayGo for the GOLD!
  • Practice, practice, practice!!!
  • Eat breakfast
  • Be presentable
  • Double check
  • Arrive early

38
Helpful Hints
  • Questions and answers
  • Example
  • Judge Why did you choose
  • this topic?
  • Presenter The question was, Why did I choose
    this topic? I chose this topic because
  • Prepare ahead for food presentations
  • Cover brand names

39
References
  • Community Project Leaders
  • State 4-H Presentation Manual
  • http//www.ca4h.org/leadership/spd/
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