Year 6 present their non-chronological reports

Today, the children have been working on their presentation skills. They worked in groups to put together a presentation about The Cretaceous Period. This work will help them with the structure and flow of their writing tomorrow.

We considered what would make a good presentation and the children worked hard to present following our criteria. Please find your child’s presentation and share their learning with them.

Challenge: What makes a ‘good’ presentation? Think about everything we discussed in class.

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Mrs Janjua’s group

15 thoughts on “Year 6 present their non-chronological reports

  1. What makes a good presentation?
    1. When you have a confident stride.
    2. When you don’t have your face in front of the paper and read clearly.
    3. Don’t use that much hand movements as it could lose focus of your audience .
    4. Make it interesting so the audience are focused.

  2. What make a ‘good’ presentation?
    A good presentation is where the presentation hasn’t got repetitive fronted adverbials and it has to make sense so the people that you are performing to they understand what are you talking about.

  3. What makes a good presentation?
    A good 😊 presentation is when you know what your talking about and engage the reader 👩‍🏫 to keep the reader interested.And know what your saying so talk about what your going to say.

  4. A good presentation is when you have lots of key vocabulary so you make the reader more interesting in the reports and they can carry on reading the report.

  5. What makes a good presentation?
    A good presentation is to give facts and be confidant and to know what your talking about so you can engage the reeder.

  6. A good presentation
    You have to know your subject knowledge because the audience will have to understand what you were saying about the dinosaurs.

  7. What makes a good presentation?
    * Speak clearly
    * Have your back straight
    * Make eye contact with your audience
    * Make sure you know what you are talking about
    * Key information spoke clearly

  8. What makes a good “good” presentation?
    A good presentation is we’re the presentation has not got any repetitive adverbials, it has to make sense.

  9. What makes a good presentation?
    When you speak loud so your audience can hear you.
    Make eye contact with your audience.
    Stand in a good posture.
    Make sure to make your plan not to long so that its not boring.

  10. What makes good presentations?
    Good presentations contain only the key information and making sure you be loud and clear so everyone can hear you.

  11. What makes a ‘good’ presentation?
    A good presentation is where the presentation hasn’t got repetitive fronted adverbials and it has to make sense so people understand what your talking about

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