Look, I'm stuck. I've been trying to get an idea all week. The last thing that I want to do is use a powerpoint as my visual aid. In fact i've removed it from even being considered. At one point I thought about doing a video confrence or asking people-on-the-street what they thought about a specific topic. Only both of these things wouldn't work with a presentation on the Warsaw Pact and NATO. I also thought about presenting my speech in RPG as if I were a teacher but my parents said that would be a bad idea.
I am so stuck. I need an idea asap and all the websites I look at just tell me to be innovative. I've tried being innovative! ITs not working!
Please, are there any ideas that would work?
In-class presentation URGENT history - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at 9:32pm
Writeacher has tried to help you with this and you've rejected her ideas.
I've been retired for 16 years, but I used old-fashioned slides to illustrate lessons I presented to my classes. I know little about modern technology for presentations.
I suggest you face the fact that you cannot be innovative on this assignment.
In-class presentation URGENT history - Em, Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at 9:43pm
I didn't mean to reject Writeachers idea's, I'm sorry.
I really would like to do something different for my presentation and I don't feel that a powerpoint could really fulfill the criteria. I did have a look at the links Writeteacher gave me but I didn't find what i needed.
My real problem lies in how to present the speech - the mode. Usually I just write up like a report then ensure I can speak it. This assignment demands that I use a different format. This assignment is also crucial regarding my exit result.
If you, Writeteacher or any other teachers have any ideas about how I could try and do this it would be much appreciated. If not I'll still keep trying.
Thank-you very much
In-class presentation URGENT history - Em, Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at 10:20pm
Never mind, I HAVE found a way to be innovative. I'll have a photo of the then president of the United States on a screen. I'll ask him why he signed NATO. I will edit audio of him speaking to create a 'reason'. Then I'll "talk" to Kruschev. I will then turn around and say. Here's why this Really happened. Do you think that will work?
In-class presentation URGENT history - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at 10:32pm
In-class presentation URGENT history - Em, Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at 10:34pm