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4-H Presentations Why are you here today? Expectations : I hope I leave here with . . . 1 Introduction to 4-H Presentations 2 Strategy – Getting Youth Involved 3 Nuts & Bolts 4 Category Specifics & Judging Who does them? Are they important? Presentations 21 st Century Skills

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Why are you here today?

  • Expectations: I hope I leave here with . . .


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1

Introduction to 4-H Presentations

2

Strategy – Getting Youth Involved

3

Nuts & Bolts

4

Category Specifics & Judging


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Who does them?

Are they important?

Presentations


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21st Century Skills

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21st Century Skills

  • Learning & Thinking Skills

  • Critical Thinking

  • Problem Solving

  • Creativity & Innovation Skills

  • Collaboration Skills

  • Information Skills

  • Information & Media Literacy Skills

  • Contextual Leaning Skills

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Text 4

Text 5


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Emotional

Career

Social

Your Text here

Your Text here

Your Text here

Your Text here

Peer

Individual

Academic



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Getting Youth Excited & Involved important?

Hands-On-Fun . . . Are YOU Ready?


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Four Corners – That’s Debatable important?

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Strong Disagree

  • Disagree


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Totem Truths important?

  • Historically, totem poles were carved to document the rights a person acquired over their life.

  • Create a Group “Totem” that captures your individual groups strengths and life experiences, etc.


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Money. . . Money . . .Money important?

Rule #1: You have to spend your money on something.

Rule #2: Share with the group what you would purchase and why.


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Topics & Speaking Rules Cards important?

The A, B, C’s of presenting


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How to get kids started? important?

Introductions

Party Talk

Red Carpet Interviews

Talking on the phone

Taking messages

Read aloud

Show & Tell

OTHERS . . . .


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The Nuts & Bolts of 4-H Presentations important?

Everything you need to know and then some!


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Commemorative important?

Persuasive

Informational

Entertaining

Types of Speeches


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1 important? st Things First

Hobbies

Peers

TOPIC

Title

4-H Projects

Media

School

Career Interest


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Selecting & Developing A Topic important?

  • Select your project: Safety

  • Choose your specific topic: Seat Belts

  • Decide on your purpose: to convince the audience of the need to use seat belts, how seat belts save lives - persuade audience to use seat belts

    Exercise in Selecting and Expanding Your Topic

    4-H ProjectGeneral Topic AreaSpecific AreasBreakdown of One Area

    Fire Insurance Demonstrate with dummies

    Camping Alcohol & Drugs Types of injuries they prevent

    Children Seat belt laws

    Lawn Mower Kinds of seat belts

    Changing tires How they operate

    Safety features

    Poisons Air bags

    Animals Safe driving skills

    Highway laws

    Auto 1st Aid Kits

Seat Belts

Automobile

Safety


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Basic Organization important?

  • Introduction

    • Attention Getter

    • Who are you and why are you here?

    • What are you going to share with us today?

  • Body

    • What are you going to talk about . . . So what!

      • Why is that information important to me?

  • Summary & Conclusion

    • Re-tell your information and sum it up!

    • Make and ending statement – connect this to your attention getter.

  • Ask if there are any questions


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Eye Contact important?

Gestures

Language

Posture

Voice dynamics/articulation

Appearance

Visual aids

Handling questions

Handling distractions

Elements of Public Speaking


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Visibility: important? easy to read

Simplicity: message is easy to understand

Interest: attracts & hold attention

Useful: words, lettering, pictures are suitable for audience

Structure: ideas a grouped in sequential order

Information: is factual, reliable and is current

Visuals


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Slides/Interactive Screen important?

Posters

PowerPoint

Visuals Used Today Include


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Rules & Regulations important?

Rules AREN’T Made to be broken


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Age eligibility is established on January 1st of the current year. To participate in a Presentation competition, the youth must be nine years of age prior to January 1st of the current year and not have had his/her 19th birthday before January 1st of the current year.

Divisions are 9-10, 11-13, and 14-18

Cloverbuds/Primary Youth (ages 5 to 8) can participate in their club and county activity day through “Danish Competition” regulations.

General Rules


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Presentations are r year. To participate in a Presentation competition, the youth must be nine years of age prior to January 1st of the current year and not have had his/her 19th birthday before January 1st of the current year. ecommended to be between 5 to 12 minutes in length. Note: Category Exceptions!

Each county may enter two presentations per age division category.

4-H members may compete in no more than one presentation program per year at the district and state levels. "4-H Entertains" is not considered a presentation program.

Each county is limited to two (2) "4-H Entertains" Acts at their DAD. Not a competition – a Showcase of Talent

General Rules


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ONLY the 9-10 district “GOLD medal winners are eligible to participate in the state competition

11-13 & 14-18 level district Silver medal winners (runners-up’s) are eligible to participate in the state competition.

There will be no scholarship available for runners-up’s to attend Congress unless the district winner decides not to participate.

4-H members may continue to compete in a particular presentation category until declared state GOLD Medal winner in that age division.

A GOLD medal presentation may not be presented again.

General Rules


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In all levels of the the Competitive Presentation program - a team is composed of only two individuals.

If the team giving a presentation is composed of individual's in two different age divisions (9-10, 11-13, 14-18), the team must compete in the older youths age division.

General Rules


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No live animals / insects may be used in any presentation. a team is composed of only two individuals.

No real OR play handguns/ firearms / Weapons are allowed to be used during presentations.

NCGS 14-269.2 Class 1 Felony

School Suspension

No swords, knifes, bows & arrows, etc.

General Rules


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Food Categories a team is composed of only two individuals.

9-10 & 11-13 Presenters in Breads, Dairy Foods, Fruit & Vegetable Use, and Peanut Foods will be asked to demonstrate a mastery of preparation steps.

Note: each category has basic ingredient requirements.

4-18 Presenters are not required to prepare a dish. Depth of knowledge is stressed.

General Rules


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Only youth 15-years or older are eligible to attend the National Junior Horticulture Association Contest.

Egg Cookery

Peanut Foods

Fruits & Vegetables

Twigs (Artistic Arrangement)

PlanIt! Green (Horticulture Production & Marketing)

Ground Breakers & Inside Dirt (Landscaping)

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The same presentation may be repeated from one year to the next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

A County Winner ribbon is given to each participant.

A ribbon, medal and certificate are awarded to the Gold district winner. Silver & Bronze winner do not receive a certificates.

One presentation in each category age division will be designated as the district winner and will be eligible to compete on the state level.

General Rules


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Open Class next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved. : Only presentations that do not fit into any other subject-matter category are allowed in this area.

Presentation Setup: The speaker is responsible for setting up all equipment for the presentation.

Interruptions: The judges will determine if the participant should begin where they left off or start anew.

Note cards: The speaker is allowed to use note cards but they should be used as a tool for referencing material (the speaker should not read directly from their cards).

The speaker should keep their note cards to a minimum.

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Questions: next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

Only “Judges” are allowed to ask participants questions. (Questions are not allowed in the Public Speaking category).

Youth may opt to repeat the question, paraphrase the question or include the question in their answer but this is NOT a requirement.

You have given an acceptable response when you admit you are unable to answer the question.

General Rules


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2007 4-H Presentation Categories next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

Something for Everyone . . .


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2007 Presentation Categories next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.


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The Judging Process next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

“Making the Best Better”


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Who are the Judges? next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

Where do they come from?

What are those judges told?

Subjective Nature of the Process

Judging 4-H Presentation


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Less Subjective next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

NEW Presentation Rubrics

Defined Skill Sets

Clarity of Points


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Questions next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

Questions

What are your

Questions

Questions


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Thank YOU! next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.


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Mitzi Downing, Ed.D. next; however, the individual's personal development will be much greater if the presentation is revised and improved.

Mitzi_downing@ncsu.edu

www.nc4h.org