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Presentation

Whether you created a research paper, a diorama, a model, a video or wrote a speech, you may need to present in some format to your classmates.

It may be a complete speech, an explanation of the process of creating your model, or just an introduction to your video.  No matter which one, practice, practice, practice.

Some helpful things to keep in mind are PVLEGS

P – POISE – appear calm and confident; avoid distracting behaviors

V – VOICE – speak every word clearly; use just the right volume for the space

L – LIFE – express passion and emotion with your voice

E – EYE CONTACT – connect visually with the audience; look at each audience member

G – GESTURES – hand motions; move your body; have an expressive face

S – SPEED – talk with appropriate speed—not too slow, not too fast; use pauses for effect and emphasis

(Used with permission from Erik Palmer. Visit www.pvlegs.com for more information.)

Activity:

Practice your presentation in front of someone and use this rubric to assess yourself.

Next =>

Now that you have presented your project, it is time to go to the next step of the OSLIS research process: Reflect