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Teaching the Career Exploration Project

One last push to finish this project, then you're done! You are expected present your research and personal exploration to your class.

  • You will speak for 5 to 7 minutes.
  • You are expected to use a visual aid to support your presentation.

-- This page offers quick tips to help you make presenting painless. --

Talking Points

Below are some aspects of your research that you should share with the class:

  • Describe the career
  • Personality strengths that match the career
  • Learning style(s) and interests the career
  • Advantages and disadvantages of working in the career
  • Pay and job outlook
  • Educational requirements
  • Interesting facts

Shared by Brenda Stubbs.

Visuals

Visual aids are used to reinforce your ideas, not to be in place of your presentation.

Use little text. Think "Twitter-sized."

No spelling or grammatical mistakes. Use proper capitalization, punctuation, and sentence structure.

Use clear fonts, large sizes, and contrasting colors.

 Use clear images to reinforce what you are saying.

 Avoid using special effects and animation tools.

 

Presentation Tools

Delivery

Practice before you present. 

(This will help you be less nervous.)

 Time yourself to build confidence in what you plan to say and ensure that you have properly organized your presentation.

 Speak clearly. Enunciate, no mumbling!

‚ÄčDress like you're going to a job interview; wear your Sunday best. No Jeans and sunglasses.

Make eye contact with your audience

Engage the audience

Do NOT read from the slides.


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