What you will need:
When presenting: Your rehearsed speech & your easily accessible presentation. Your teachers will have a VGA adapter for your iPads to connect to the computer/projector.
When acting as audience: Your iPad and access to this link (which will be available on Edmodo as well), and will allow you to comment electronically on your classmates’ presentations according to our rubric and peer comment forms.
What will you turn in:
You are going to turn in a complete packet to us on May 15th. It should be either emailed electronically to email@example.com, or if in paper format, attached by a paperclip.
This packet will contain:
- your storyboard
- your script
- the feedback you received from your critics prior to your actual presentation. Attach the 2 pieces of feedback evidence, with signatures, via staple or paperclip if on paper or electronically if you had your critic fill it out on your iPad.
- your presentation - if a keynote, submit the file via email. If a video or some other electronic form, include the URL so we can access it.
This rubric/script/feedback packet is DUE RIGHT BEFORE the first presentations start on May 15th. All presentations and materials are due on the same day regardless of your actual presentation day to prevent any student from having a longer time to work on the presentation, and thus gain an advantage over his or her peers.
Four students will present each day, and the presentations are split into two different rooms. The schedule on the other side shows when and where you should go on Wednesday and Friday. What the schedule DOES NOT tell you is who will go on each day.
Each student will have five minutes to set up her or his presentation and 6 - 8 minutes for delivery. Following will be up to five minutes of Q and A.
Each presentation will be filmed and then posted on our Weebly page (link forthcoming) to access for your final reflection.
When you are the audience, you are expected to behave appropriately - to be engaged and supportive - and to fill out the electronic peer critique during the transition between presenters.
You will receive 20 points for your presentation according to the rubric posted on Edmodo and Weebly
You will receive 5 points for your final reflection
You will receive 5 points for your peer critique.
The accumulated total will count as your Final Exam Grade, and is worth 20% of your semester grade.
As mentioned previously, this schedule tells you which room to go to on which day. It does not tell you who is going when. There may be times when you are required to be in the Weinberg Tech Plaza with your class. At those times, you are expected to be on your best behavior - either rehearsing for your POLs or working on your Google Time stuff.