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From Problem Statement to Presentation Materials 27 Oct 2013 Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Create a Specific Problem Statement STEP 1: Imagine and describe the poster that you will produce Specify time: In three weeks Specify Action: I will design/ draft/ create/ present / a-an Specify product purposes: promotion / information / instruction Specify products: poster / slideshow / proposal (Do the poster first. After your topic is approved, you can describe the other stuff.) Specify images: with 30 pictures created by me in bright colors Specify text: in English and in Thai Specify topic: about 30 pairs of opposite words Specify beneficiary: suitable for children 7-10 years of age Specify benefits: for easier learning of English vocabulary STEP 2: Submit your problem statement and wait for teacher’s approval. You cannot go to the next step without this approval.
2: Write the Thesis Statement After one of your topics is approved STEP 3: Write your Thesis Statement. Download The 3-Part Thesis Statement v1 27oct2013.The 3-Part Thesis Statement v1 27oct2013 Submit your thesis statement for approval. If it is not approved, rewrite, rewrite, rewrite until it is approved. Find more information at http://thereferencebox.jimdo.com/free- textbooks/thesis-statement/ http://thereferencebox.jimdo.com/free- textbooks/thesis-statement/ After your thesis statement is approved...
3: The Presentation Materials STEP 4: Download Planning Guides for Posters & Slide Presentations.Planning Guides for Posters & Slide Presentations STEP 5: Draft your posters and slideshows. On each draft: A.Specify target users for each product: This ___ is for illiterate pregnant women in Uganda. B.Specify purpose of each product: To ___ will help the client understand that salt can be used in 99 ways C.If you need some ideas how to begin: See how to create an attention posterhow to create an attention poster See examples of attention posters and hereexamples of attention postershere See examples of information postersexamples of information posters See examples of instruction postersexamples of instruction posters STEP 6: Email your poster drafts and slideshow drafts. STEP 7: Wait for teacher’s comments. STEP 8: Create your three posters and three slideshows. STEP 9: Present your products during the formal meeting.