It's your turn!
1) You have been selected to talk at a conference called 'Science - hands on!'. Your presentation will be about making science more active at school, particularly for 12 and 13 year old students. Find a hook for your presentation.
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2) Now that the audience knows what your subject is, you need to reinforce the message. Make a short concluding paragraph which summarises your ideas. Use the expression 'hands on' to make a memorable sentence using the rule of three.
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3) As part of the hands on science project, students will learn about elasticity. Explain Hooke's law, reformulating your explanation so that young people and non specialists would be able to understand easily.
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I can use techniques to ‘hook’ my audience’s attention.
I know how to reinforce the message by using repeating techniques.
I am able to re-express what I want to say in different ways.
I can use the correct stress on key words and my speech sounds fluent.
I can prepare useful, visual notes on cards.