Presentations

Potpourri Presentation

 

Presentations

A 4th grade member of Green Thumbers 4-H Club, practices her potpourri demonstration at the Presentation Workshop held at the Polk 4-H Office.

 

Links to information:

Communications information from the state website.

Communications is open to all members enrolled in 4-H.  It can be taken as a project or can be used in conjunction with any other project.

Presentations

A presentation is a way to share information with others, to teach what you know or have learned. While there are many types of presentations, 4-H materials concentrate on these four: demonstrations, illustrated talks, public speeches, and impromptu speeches. Use the following resources to help you prepare your own presentation to give to your club, at school, in the community, or at a contest.

Member and Leader Materials
Introduction to Presentations (211-200A)
Types of Presentations for 4-H Competitions (211-200B)
Parts of a Presentation (211-200C)
Steps in Planning a Presentation (211-200D)
The Mechanics of Presenting (211-200E)
Preparing and Using Visual Aids (211-200F)
Top Ten Tips for a Successful Presentation (211-200G)
A Primer on Presentations (211-200A-G)  A complilation of the above materials

Activities

Brainstorming (211-005)

Contest Materials

Go to State Fair Contest Materials page

 

Presentations  Presentations

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Educational Displays

An educational display is a visual presentation of information. Displays are exhibited on their own without the 4-H member present. A good display will catch the viewer’s attention, arouse interest, stimulate thought, and motivate the viewer to learn more about the subject.

You may exhibit a display at your county contest. Top displays may advance to the State Fair competition.

Member and Leader Materials
4-H Educational Displays
(214-200)
Choosing a Subject for your Educational Display
(video)
Choosing a Title for Your Educational Display (video)
Designing Your Educational Display (video)

Contest Materials
Go to State Fair Contest Materials page

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