Every week, students will give an oral presentation on a given topic or project from class. Use the "Writing" outine page to form your presentation. See the video at the bottom for a great example of a presentation.
We are going to start on a very simple topic. Students will be presenting their “All About Me” book to the class.
The “All About Me” book is due ON THE DAY OF THE PRESENTATION. Students will tell us about the things that they wrote in their books. It is helpful to practice this before their assigned day. Help them read the words in the book and to remember what they wrote.
TRIMESTER 1 ORAL PRESENTATION SCHEDULE:
4. Mia P.
5. Khloe N.
5. Khloee G.
1. Mia C.
6. JillianPlease help you child organize and prepare what they will say.
Expectations: Students will be graded on:
- Introduce their topic
- Give 2-3 details
Oral Presentation Topics
- eye contact
- speaking clearly
*These are the possible topics. They are subject to change.*
Week 1 Share All About Me book
Week 2 Free Choice
Week 3 Describe someone or a pet in your family
Week 4 Shapes – bring in an item or items and describe the shape.
Week 5 Discuss why it is important not to bully other kids
Week 6 Favorite stuffed animal
Week 7 Favorite subject in school
Week 8 Free Choice
Week 9 Baby photo
Week 10 What do you want to be when you grow up?
Week 11 Free Choice
Week 12 Favorite book
Week 13 Something shaped like a cube
Week 14 Favorite toy
Week 15 Collection of 100 things
Week 16 Something you made or created
Week 17 Ways you can make the world a better place
Week 18 Free Choice
Week 19 Your favorite birthday celebration
Week 20 A hobby or something you do for fun
Week 21 Tell us about your favorite trip or vacation
Week 22 Favorite animal
Week 23 Free Choice
Week 24 Favorite cartoon character
Week 25 Tell about your favorite 1st grade memory
Week 26 Liquid, Solid or Gas
Week 27 Free Choice
Week 28 Tell or show something about your favorite sport
Oral Presentation Rubric
Each area is scored as follows:
1= Needs Improvement
Eye Contact: _________
Total: __________Example of an Oral Presentation from Ms. Gorman's previous first grade class