Mars Rover Celebration

Mars Rover Celebration

Mars Rover Celebration Lesson 13 Writing your Mars Rover Presentation (Skit) Writing a Presentation 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. Determine your Audience Decide on a Format Develop an Outline Write a First Draft Refine your Work Finalize your Presentation

Step 1: Audience Who are you presenting to? Depending on your audience, you might make a PROFESSIONAL or an INFORMAL presentation: PROFESSIONAL INFORMAL short or long

short Preparation large amount of time very little preparation time Visual Aids

frequently used, polished sometimes used, Rehearsals YES NO

Refinements YES NO large: adults, experts small: family, friends, classmates

academic, consistent language often varies from one performance to the next Length Audience Vocabulary

Ask yourself For Mars Rover, who is my audience? Should my presentation be professional or informal? Why? Professional Presentation Uses academic language Avoid contractions Use complete sentences and good grammar Check your facts

Step 2: Decide on a Format Possible formats for your presentation: An oral presentation A play or skit

A PowerPoint presentation A newscast Ask yourself For Mars Rover, what type of presentation will work best for my audience? Other Considerations Which format can get my whole team involved? I only have 5 minutes to presentwhich type of presentation will work best?

Step 3: Develop an Outline An outline helps to organize your ideas. It helps to ensure You have all the required parts of your presentation You have made the points you wanted to make Your turn

Work on your outline. Use your Mars Rover Guide Manual to make certain your presentation covers all aspects of your mission. 4. Write a First Draft Your Turn Take your idea and your outline and write a first draft of your presentation.

Step 5: Refine your work Rehearse your presentation Does everything make sense? Does the presentation flow? Have you covered all your important points? Are you within your time limit? Step 5: Refine your work (Cont) Re-write sections that are unclear

Rehearse the new version Listen to feedback and further refine your presentation as necessary Step 6: Finalize your presentation Neatly write or type the final version of your presentation Make copies for each person on your team Have each person highlight their speaking part Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse

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