Notes for final presentation = p9.
Read this page carefully.
See web links for more help on doing your slides and doing your presentation.
It is also a good idea to use appropriate objects.
Instructions for computer files
Before the p9 class, make arrangements for one person to get all the files from everyone in the class and collect them on a single USB drive - in the root directory, which should be empty of all other files. Start the filename with your family name.
Do not include sound and video inside the PowerPoint file. Rather, keep them as separate files, and toggle to switch between programs.
To get a grade for your presentation, you must prepare a portfolio. This will contain the following elements indicated in the check list below. Make a copy of this check list and include it in your portfolio. You will loose points for items that are missing or incorrectly produced.
Note the following:
Make sure that your name is on all documents.
No plastic covers, no spiral bindings, no staple.
Quality is more important than quantity.
You must hand in all the documents in the class in which you do your p9. No documents will be accepted after the class. Do not even ask if you can bring documents later!
|Check off item below||Item to include (in this order)|
|Folder. A simple cardboard file folder = chemise cartonnée, simple, un seul pli). No plastic covers, no spiral bindings. Do not write anything on the folder.|
|Coloured grade form Final presentation grading criteria (usually, green or blue, sometimes pink). Do not staple to the other items.|
Order of items + staple.
|Log sheet (usually pink, sometimes blue). This is the form that you used in class to record your activities. Make sure that all lines are filled correctly, according to the instructions. Add up the points and insert the total on the box at the bottom. This is the top sheet of the stappled itelms.|
|Check list. A copy of this check list, with all items listed below. One page maximum.|
|p7 feedback forms. This is the form (probably yellow) that you got back after you did your p7 - your outside presentation. You need at least two forms filled in by different people. The forms must carry a stamp of the organization, a signature of the person in charge, and their email and telephone number. If you did your presentation in a group, make copies for each person in the group.|
|Self-feedback sheet. The form (probably white) on which you wrote down feedback during your class. Make sure that you keep a copy for yourself, so that you have a reminder when you do presentations later. You may not have used this in class.|
|Copies of your p9 transparencies (PowerPoint slides) in miniature. Print 6 or 9 slides on a page, as shown below. PowerPoint will do this for you (go to print and choose 6 slides per page). An early slide will contain your full name, student ID and your contact information, as well as title, plan, etc. Do not print one slide on one page; make miniatures.|
|p7 handout. This is the handout that you gave at the end of your p7. Usually, no more than one page. All names of all presenters and contact details.|
|p7 slides. Miniature slides should be printed as in the diagram below, 6 or 9 slides per page. All names of all presenters and contact details will be on one of the early slides.|
Example of page with 6 slides
Peace and survival of life on Earth as we know it are threatened by human activities that lack a commitment to humanitarian values. Destruction of nature and natural resources results from ignorance, greed, and a lack of respect for the Earth's living things... . It is not difficult to forgive destruction in the past, which resulted from ignorance. Today, however, we have access to more information, and it is essential that we re-examine ethically what we have inherited, what we are responsible for, and what we will pass on to coming generations. Clearly this is a pivotal generation... . Our marvels of science and technology are matched if not outweighed by many current tragedies, including human starvation in some parts of the world, and extinction of other life forms... . We have the capability and responsibility. We must act before it is too late. Tenzin Gyatso the fourteenth Dalai Lama.