Ace Your Oral or Multimedia Presentation
Giving a presentation may sound scary, but it doesn't have to give your readers nightmares. From advice on note-taking and writing to suggestions on how much music and illustrations to include, this resource makes it easy to go step-by-step through the writing process to create and give a memorable presentation.
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These attractive books will be excellent starting points for students tackling any of the topics under discussion. The approach in each is logical and organized, presenting the steps to be followed in clear, precise prose that flows easily. Colorful charts and other graphics appear frequently, as do crisp, clear photographs. Text boxes are included when significant pieces of information, such as online safety or a definition of plagiarism, need to stand out. These titles will work for independent readers, and they will also be good resources for teachers or librarians to offer when they sense that students may be intimidated by either the research process or by making presentations., School Library Journal April 2009