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Outlining

Elmer’s school presentation expert, Chelsea, reviews three key components of every...

Introduction

Summarizing the introduction and body of your presentation’s subject at the beginning...

Body of Work

Science projects, book reports and history presentations should all feature different...

Conclusion

A report’s conclusion should do more than repeat information – it should demonstrate how...

Scientific Method

When working on a science project, you will need to follow the Scientific Method. In this...

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Current Video: Outlining

Elmer’s school presentation expert, Chelsea, reviews three key components of every presentation and breaks down how to organize your thoughts to tell a compelling story.

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>> CHELSEA: When you're done researching, you're going to have a lot of information. Making an outline is a great way to organize it. Think about each section of your project. Just like a good story has a beginning, a middle, and an end, a good presentation will have an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Start with those three basic sections, and then take each piece of the research you gathered, and assign it to one of the sections. When you're done, you'll have a rough outline of your project that you can use when you write your paper or give your presentation.

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