Presenting Information Orally

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If you’re looking for a lesson plan that will help your students learn how to present information orally, this is the one for you! This lesson plan covers everything from choosing a topic or text to report on, to creating visuals and speaking clearly and at an understandable pace. Plus, it includes a helpful tip sheet for students who tend to get nervous when speaking in front of an audience.

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If you’re looking for a lesson plan that will help your students learn how to effectively communicate information orally, this is the one for you! The Presenting Information Orally lesson plan includes everything you need to teach your students the skills they need to present information in a clear, concise manner.

With this lesson plan, your students will first learn how to gather and organize information for their oral presentations. They’ll then practice delivery techniques such as speaking clearly and at an understandable pace. Finally, they’ll create materials (visual, audio) applicable to their audience and presentation. By the end of this lesson plan, your students will be confident in their ability to communicate information orally in a way that is both engaging and persuasive.

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grade-level

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade

subject

Language Arts

State Educational Standards

LB.ELA.LITERACY.SL.5.4, LB.ELA. LITERACY.SL.5.5, & LB.ELA.LITERACY. SL.5.6

Lessons are aligned to meet the education objectives and goals of most states. For more information on your state objectives, contact your local Board of Education or Department of Education in your state.

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    01/23/2023
    Anonymous
    Sweden Sweden

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    This handout was very helpful. It was well planned and time saving. I am using it in several different classes right now. There are a couple of spelling and grammar mistakes that I think someone should have caught, but other than that it's good.