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The key Do’s of presenting:

  • Practice your presentation
  • Introduce yourself to the audience
  • Maintain eye contact with the audience
  • Use props, handouts and videos for added interest
  • Always ask if the audience has any questions
The key Don’ts of presenting:

  • Talk at a steady speed, not too fast or too slow
  • Avoid reading from your slides at all costs
  • Try not to pace up and down due to your nerves
  • Avoid saying ‘um’ within a sentence
  • Try your best not to fidget with your hands

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Check out the many ideas for uses in your classroom in 10 WAYS TO USE BUNCEE BOARDS IN THE CLASSROOM at

  1. Team Project Board
  2. Notebook Sharing
  3. Read Aloud Responses
  4. Classroom Booksnap “Bookshelf” of Reviews
  5. Personal Portfolios
  6. Digital Citizenship Opportunities
  7. Lesson Share
  8. Classroom Culture Boards
  9. Sharing Students’ Favorite Inspirational Quotes
  10. Field Trip Response Board




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