+ There are far fewer images than I would have included in a real presentation.
+ The order served the purpose I wanted, but your order can be different; just think of what you want to accomplish with it.
+ Had I included a recording of myself giving the presentation, you'd notice me going through things very quickly. I use one to two spoken sentences per bullet, which means I hop through slides every ten to twenty-five seconds. That makes my presentation kinetic. It is very important that your presentation goes similarly - that you move through your information at a rate that keeps your audience informed and free from boredom.
Thursday Morning Section E's Presenters and Critiquers
Record how much money you had in your pocket this morning (Monday morning) as well as the things you bought for breakfast and lunch today. Over the next few days until our presentation date, please record all the food that you have bought for breakfast and lunch (ex. Lunch: french fries $1.25) – including Thursday’s breakfast if you buy anything that morning.
If you do not buy breakfast and lunch (meaning your parents make lunch or provide food for you), don’t worry. Post under this with “I do not buy breakfast and lunch” and I will pair you up with someone (make sure to check this post before Thursday morning to see who you are paired up with).
Please bring a sheet of paper and something to write with on Thursday! I will be the fourth presenter.
Perfect, Rainbow! I couldn't have made a better comment-example myself.
Wednesday Morning Section C
i have a very simple request that tomorrow you come ready to move a little bit and unafraid to look a little stupid. My presentation is very much about letting you see my career though the eyes of someone in it. I am going to attempt to make this as fun and exciting as possible.
My activity - if there is time - will be a charades-taboo style game. I will call on volunteers (or if no one volunteers, I will select a group of people) and give these people each a note-card with a pediatric disease/sickness and the symptoms. The person will have to act or describe the disease/sickness, but cannot say anything that is on the card. The audience will try to guess (in a limited amount of time) what the disease/sickness is. If not, your patient dies.
The point of this game is to show what types of diseases and sicknesses a pediatrician must have to diagnose. Obviously, I don't have the time to go through all the diseases/sicknesses, so I'll only have a couple. The death thing is just to add a twist.
If this works out like I want it to, then it'll be really fun. ^_^ And don't worry, there'll be something for you guys after if you're all good girls and guys!
At the start of the presentation, I will be passing around my portfolio case and some art books. Make sure they circulate around the classroom while I am talking. Also, please keep track of them. Some of the stuff I'm passing around is really valuable to me. Handle them carefully, and make sure they get back to me!