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Helping Students Make Effective Presentations. Useful benchmarks for students: . Useful benchmarks for students: . General Goal-- Extemporaneous S tyle . Useful benchmarks for students: . Presentation Should H ave O ne C ore Idea. Useful benchmarks for students: . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Useful benchmarks for students:

Helping Students Make Effective PresentationsUseful benchmarks for students: Useful benchmarks for students: General Goal-- Extemporaneous Style Useful benchmarks for students: Presentation Should Have One Core IdeaUseful benchmarks for students: Limited Points Thematically Unified Around Core IdeaUseful benchmarks for students: Points Made in Brief Sentence OutlineMAIN IDEA: MIRROR NEURONS MAY ACCOUNT FOR WHY HUMANS ARE EMPATHETIC

I. NEURONS IN THE BRAIN COMBINE TO MAKE NEURAL PATHWAYS, WHICH CREATE THOUGHT.

A. amplification B. amplification

II. NEURONS FIRE AND CREATE EXPERIENCE WHEN WE ARE EXPOSED TO AN EVENT.

A. amplification B. amplification

SOME OF THE SAME NEURONS FIRE WHEN WE SEE OTHERS EXPOSED TO THE SAME KIND OF EVENT.

A. amplification B. amplification

Useful benchmarks for students: Powerpoints Maybe, But Limited

Useful benchmarks for students: Find Where Your Passion is in the TopicUseful benchmarks for students: Make It Interesting: Use Examples and NarrativesSuggestions for the Instructor: Suggestions for the Instructor: Be Clear About What You WantSuggestions for the Instructor: If Part of a Written Project, Put More Grading Weight on the WrittenSuggestions for the Instructor: Consider Asking for Advocacy as Well as InformationSuggestions for the Instructor: Make the Presentation Short, With Time for Questions and CommentsSuggestions for the Instructor: In a Class Larger Than A Seminar, Ask the Presenter to StandSuggestions for the Instructor: Make The Space Speaker-FriendlySuggestions for the Instructor: Be Ready for Apprehensives;Questions help

Suggestions for the Instructor: Grade Criteria -Limited points, thematically unified around one idea-Points effectively explained and amplified-Effective use of notes for conversational delivery -Responsive to questions

Questions:Gary WoodwardWoodward@tcnj.edu