In this article, you will find our compiled 2nd Quarter Powerpoint Presentations. We aim to complete all the K-12 Powerpoint Presentations to make them available to our fellow teachers and help them complete their resources.
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How to Prepare and Present Concepts in a Lesson
Instead than being given the steps to complete a task, as is the case with procedural learning, students acquire new abilities when they are demonstrated or shown how to do something. The benefit of conceptual learning over procedural learning is that once a concept is understood, it may be applied to real life situations, as opposed to a sequence of instructions, which may not apply exactly in another situation and are more likely to be overlooked. Teachers must explain to students that comprehending the topic is more crucial than remembering a list of guidelines or the processes to complete a task.
PowerPoint presentation is one kind of lesson presentation. Topics can be developed during lesson planning in a way that helps students comprehend unfamiliar topics. When creating and presenting concepts using PowerPoint presentations, teachers can introduce what they will be learning and then review what they have already learned. Design, Presentation, and Follow-up are the steps to an efficient thought development presentation during a class.
Idea Design. Include a setting in which the topic might be suitable before teachers begin teaching new information. Teachers choose which historical context is important for illustrating the idea they want to convey. Establish a transition to the concept presentation after clearly stating the problem or task, using analogies when appropriate, citing examples of the activity or task, outlining a potential solution, and explaining why.
Presentation. Presenting a concept can be done in a number of different ways. Restate the topic or task using analogies and illustrations, and provide pertinent contextual or background information in the class presentation to further clarify it. Students must practice the new information by completing a hands-on activity when teachers have finished teaching it to them.
Concept Follow-Up: To wrap up the fresh information offered in the PowerPoint presentation, the concept must be summarized. Teachers must be careful to facilitate a seamless transition from one topic to another by connecting where necessary, especially if the concept just presented is utilized to develop the subsequent concept. This enables students to recognize the connections between various ideas.
2nd Quarter PowerPoint Presentations Compilation
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