Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge How Not To Give A Class Presentation - Section 3: Group Investigation


Students may have some difficulty preparing their video well. Sometimes, students become sarcastic and silly rather than using the negative example well. I prepared students to complete this task using a writing activity about, "How To Lose All Your Friends". This helped students understand the role of the negative example and how to use it effectively. 

  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Preparations
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How Not To Give A Class Presentation

Unit 8: Science Exploration Research Projects
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: Students learn the important components of an oral presentation.

Big Idea: Students learn what is important to remember to include in a class, oral presentation.

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