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LESSON   PRESENTATION The  presentation  deals  with  how  well  you  are  prepared  to  teach  and  how  well  you  deliver  the material.   While   personal   characteristics   will   vary   between   instructors,   everyone   can   use   several tools  of  the  trade  to  enhance  the  effectiveness  of  the  lesson.  The  evaluator  will  judge  your presentation   based   on   the   following   factors: Lesson  Plan  Personalization n   Personalize   every   lesson.    Simply  highlighting  the  existing  material  is  not  enough. IB   Make   sure   you   have   the   approval   of   your   course   supervisor   or   some   other command-designated   authority   for   your   personalization. Classroom   And   Materials   Are   Ready   For   Training m  Make  sure  the  classroom  is  physically  ready  for  the  student  to  receive  training;  that  is, seating   arrangements   are   adequate;   training   equipment   is   in   good   working   condition   and available  as  required;  materials  such  as  transparencies,  slides,  and  charts  are  accurate  and in  good  working  condition. Information   Technically   Accurate m  Ensure   the   technical   accuracy   of   information   you   present.   Only   an   evaluator   who   is   a subject   matter   expert   in   the   area   of   instruction   will   complete   this   category. Cover   Major   Discussion   Points n  Follow  the  teaching  points  as  approved  in  the  lesson  plan.  Do  not  omit  or  skip  material. Do  NOT  Read  From  The  Lesson  Plan n  When  you  must  read  an  important  point,  also  teach  it  for  emphasis. n  Use  the  lesson  plan  as  a  guide,  NOT  as  a  book  to  be  read  to  the  students.  Excessive reading   from   a   lesson   plan   may   indicate   a   lack   of   preparation   or   confusion   with   the subject   matter. Transition   And   Chain   Material   Effectively l   Use   transition   statements   that   allow   you   to   move   through   the   lesson   smoothly. Transitions   signal   to   the   students   that   you   are   progressing   to   a   new   point. l  Chain  material  (that  is,  tie  it  together)  in  a  meaningful  manner.  Link  material  previously taught   with   the   present   material,   or   link   the   present   material   with   what   will   be   taught later. 113

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