Learn how to design a presentation or infographic that inspires action.
This activity has been designed to help your students develop skills related to the Communication curricular and Processing and analyzing data and information competencies. Particularly useful whenever students are designing presentations, this activity includes a template and criteria for persuasive and inspiring presentations.
3. Encourage students to develop a draft set of five slides or infographic using the criteria to guide their thinking and creation. The criteria for a persuasive presentation or infographic include:
4. Conclude the activity by inviting students to suggest other situations where the RAFTS strategy and the criteria might help them plan a persuasive presentation or infographic.
To support students’ assessment of their work consider using the following activity:
Invite each student to complete a copy of the "Assessing my ability to create a persuasive presentation or infographic" rubric.
Evaluate students’ ability to clearly:
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