Technically, the Grade 10 PAT specifies that the final presentation is part of Phase 2; there is no Phase 3 in the Grade 10 PAT. However, in terms of preparing ourselves for the PAT for Grades 11 & 12, it makes more sense to me to present in Phase 3. Be sure to read Module 5.2: Effective presentations (Jacobs, et al., 2017, pp. 282-285) in your textbook as well as Annexure C of your Learner Guide.
In this post:
You should create a set of slides with the following headings:
- Topic (Title Slide)
- Include the same details as your Word Report cover page
- Type out the Titles of each of your slides as a numbered list
- Each of the entries in the list must Link to the relevant slide
- Copy and paste the entries from your Word report bibliography
- Convert the bulleted list to a numbered list
- All URLs must be working Links
Read the blog post Font faces for a formal report. Remember: consistency & legibility!
3. Design Template
Use a Design Template. Remember: consistency & legibility!
4. Slide Transition
Add only one type of Slide Transition to all the slides. Remember: consistency!
Add animation to at least one image or graphic component (such as a Shape). Do not overdo animation. Do not animate any textboxes (Title or Content).
Add Links on your Contents slide so that each entry takes you to the relevant slide.
Add a Link to all the slides (except the Title and Contents slides) that take the user back to the Contents slide when clicked. Be creative and use a meaningful symbol: 🏠
- Jacobs, S., Barnard, R., Gibson, K., Labuschagne, E., Macmillan, Miller, P. N., . . . Wassermann, U. (2017). Computers, part of your life Grade 10 (Second ed.). Pretoria: Study Opportunities.