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Task – To produce a 5 minute presentation on the Park hill flats with the aid of a PowerPoint – Max of 5 slides and very limited text if any!!!!. Structure of your presentation Introduction Problems with the flats Redevelopment urban splash How sustainable is the redevelopment ?

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Task – To produce a 5 minute presentation on the Park hill flats with the aid of a PowerPoint – Max of 5 slides and very limited text if any!!!!.

  • Structure of your presentation
  • Introduction
  • Problems with the flats
  • Redevelopment urban splash
  • How sustainable is the redevelopment ?
  • Recommendations to the developers
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good presentations

Bad presentations

in which the presenters mumble their words and don’t speak clearly.

that is well planned – the presenters know exactly what they are going to say.

Do not use any key terms

in which the presenters look at their audience and maintain eye contact and are not reading from pre-prepared notes.

the presentation lasts at least ten minutes.

the presenters go into a lot of detail – some of which is not relevant.

Presenters take their time and do not rush

PowerPoint has lots of detail writing on the slides

that has been rehearsed.

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Lesson Challenges

To be able to use geographical terms appropriately

To be able to work effectively as part of a group

To understand what makes an interesting and informative presentation

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Group 2

Group 1

Group 3

Group 4

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Group 1

What should you include in your introduction?

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Group 2

What were the original problems with the flats?

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Group 3

How has Urban splash redeveloped the flats?

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Group 4

How sustainable is the redevelopment ?

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Task – To make learning notes from the Podcasts, Amanda James of the Housing and Neighbourhood regeneration Team of Sheffield City council will talk about the History of Park hill, rehousing and the new vision

Listen very carefully and highlight any key words that she uses, we will be stopping every couple of minutes to discuss and then you can make your learning notes using the key terms highlighted

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presentation cue cards
Presentation/Cue cards
  • Complete your speech
  • Break it down into the different sections and work out which slide fits with which part
  • Cue cards
  • Write down a keyword or phrase next to each section of your presentation. Make sure to pick words that will remind you of exactly what you want to say.
  • Write your keywords, phrases / sentences onto the presentation cards. Write clearly using large letters, so you will only need to glance at the cards quickly during the presentation. Use a black or blue pen.
  • Number your cue cards after you have finished preparing them. Place numbers in the top-right corner.
  • Rehearse your presentation using your cue cards
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Exam application

6 marks

1) Make sure you understand what the question is asking, what are the command and key terms?

2) Thought shower of the points, key terms and evidence you could use to answer the question

Use a named case study to describe how you can make an urban development sustainable. ( 6 marks)

4) Now you can answer the question, remember to use your plan looking at the order you selected. Tick the evidence off once used

3) Now number the pieces of evidence, most important first and try to link any together

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Exam application

6 marks

Use a named case study to describe how you can make an urban development sustainable.