Graduates’ Health Share-Fair Presentation Requirements Introduction: Welcome participants, state your names & topic of presentation. Be friendly! Your audience members will be excited to meet you & listen to your topic. Rationale: Why did you choose to create this particular presentation? Background information. Goals: What is it that the participants should learn from your presentation? Based upon your topic consider these: Anatomy? Symptoms? Advice? Medical treatments? Equipment uses? Nutrient information? Content: Demonstrate, role-play, lecture & pictures, hands-on activity, song, etc. Your creativity comes into play here. Think about your audience and how they like to learn information. Questions: Answer participants’ un-answered questions, beginning with; “great question!.............” Think like the audience! Who, What, Where, When, How, and How much…….are some starters to questions. Try to anticipate all angles of your topic, enough to be ready with loads of answers. Assessment: Ask participant about key points that they NOW know, because of your presentation. Return to your GOALS. Ask reflective questions that will give you feedback as to if YOU met your goals. Closing statement: Reflect key points of presentation & thank the participants. Credit: List all sources somewhere visible. Books, websites, & professional journals Make a clear listing of all sources to utilized during your investigation Well Done! 5 points Acceptable 3 points Needs Improvement 2 points Unacceptable 0 points Introduction Enthusiastically welcomes participants, state your names & topic of presentation. Welcome participants, state your names & topic of presentation. State your names & topic of presentation Missing Rationale Enthusiastically explains why you chose to create this particular presentation? You give great background details and important motivating information. Team expresses: WHY this topic was selected. WHY it’s important to learn. HOW the topic impacts health. Three GOALS stated. Explain why you chose to create this particular presentation? You give sufficient background information. You give sufficient background information. Missing Two GOALS stated. ONE GOAL stated. Missing Focuses on the 3 intended goals. All details support the goals. Answers audience members questions with enthusiasm, stating “…great question!” All details support the two intended goals for learning. Answers audience members’ questions respectfully. Missing Enthusiastically asks the audience members some feedback questions. 3 – 5 ?? Reflects on the presentation, states goals & THANKS the audience. Asks 2 – 3 feedback questions & politely waits for responses. Reflects on the presentation and thanks the audience. All details focus only on the single learning goal. “Ummmmm……..” not fully prepared to field audience members’ questions Asks only 1 – 2 feedback questions. Thanks the audience. Visible, Neat, referred to in presentation. (point to it!) “Disney” wants you to work for them! Visible & neat. Visible, not easy to read. Missing You look like you enjoyed your presentation. Effort is apparent. Looks like you want to get this over! Attention to detail is missing. Can’t get along. Goals Content Questions Assessment Closing Statement Credit Team Spirit Creativity Your effort & hard work truly shows from top to bottom/beginning to end. Unprepared for questions. Missing Missing Missing Total Points GRADING Topic ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Team Members __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Objectives Students will be able to: • Explain the basic principles of health promotion, illness prevention and safety. • Describe and explain the factors that influence health among individuals, groups and communities. • Explain how the environment can affect health. • Describe and explain the structure and functions of the human body systems and how they interrelate. • Explain the effects of health-related actions on the body systems. • Describe factors that affect growth and development. • Demonstrate procedures for communicating in positive ways, resolving differences and preventing conflict. • Apply decision-making skills related to the protection and promotion of individual health. • Demonstrate skills essential to enhancing health and avoiding dangerous situations.