What is a good 4-H demonstration?
Something that you have learned in your 4-H project or something that you really enjoy doing will make a good 4-H demonstration. If you are a beginner, choose a simple topic like “How to Tie-Dye a T-Shirt,” “The Correct Way to Measure Flour,” “How to Care for Houseplants,” or “What to Feed a Pet.”
How do you do a 4-H presentation?
The three parts of the demonstration or speech:
- Introduction: Grab the audience’s attention with a quick story, question, quote, joke or another method.
- Body: Tell the audience the information.
- Conclusion: Tell the audience the information that you just told them.
What is 4-H public speaking?
4-H members practice by giving talks to project groups and at community club meetings, sharing information about the skills they learned in a project, and observing other people giving presentations. To prepare for a 4-H presentation, youth learn how to: Research a subject. Organize ideas in a logical order.
How long should a 4 H presentation be?
For demonstrations and illustrated talks the minimum time is 3 minutes and the maximum is 20 minutes, depending on 4-H “Grade.” For public speeches the minimum time is 5 minutes and a maximum time is 10 minutes (at State Fair, a penalty of 5 points per minute under or over is deducted).
What is manual presentation?
The Manual presentation provides the most flexibility for simple reports. If your report is complex (for example, you need more than three group levels or have hundreds of thousands of rows of data), you should opt for the Automatic presentation approach (see Automatic Presentation).
What is the main menu to use the master slide?
To work on the slide master, click the VIEW tab, Slide Master. This opens SLIDE MASTER view, which contains the slide master and master layouts. The slide master is the larger thumbnail at the top in the thumbnail pane. The smaller thumbnails below it are all the layouts that go with the master.