- Computer based such as Powerpoint, Google Presentation, or Prezi;
- Poster, diagrams, drawings, art, collage, or 3-panel display board;
- 3-dimensional dioramas, sculptures, puppets, or models;
- Activities or games--Kahoot, Scratch, Jeopardy, Concentration, board games;
- Paper-based, such as a handout or brochure;
- Skits, puppet shows, video clips, music, dance, demonstration.
Organization & Sequencing—Create a presentation an audience can follow from one topic to the next: idea-to-idea, scene-to-scene.
Graphics & Visual Aids—illustrations, artifacts, headlines, and captions add to the presentation and show care in preparation.
Fluency—Plan & practice to provide a high quality experience for viewers; high confidence, strong voice, technology tools used to good effect, no arguments or distractions.
Relevance—Review information for accuracy; be a “local expert” on the subject. Presentation stays on topic.
Creativity—Present information in a new or interesting way or deliver an “Oh, wow!” moment.
Acknowledge Sources—Identify sources of information for further investigation or study and thank others (authors, classmates, teachers) for help.