Presenting Instructional
Multimedia in the Classroom
Preparation for MTT Exam
Class Size Age of Students
Purpose of Setting of
Presentation Presentation
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 When creating instructional multimedia for your
classroom, class size is very important to consider.
 If you are pres...
 When creating your instructional multimedia lesson,
the age of the children you are instructing is
important i...
 The setting of your presentation is also very important to
think about while creating your instructional multimedi...
 When creating your lesson, consider what the
purpose of multimedia is in your lesson.
◦ If you are creating a ...
MENU
When you are finished creating your presentation, read
over this website to get some good presentation tips!
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Presenting instructional multimedia

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Presenting Instructional Multimedia in the Classroom Preparation for MTT Exam
  • 2. Class Size Age of Students Purpose of Setting of Presentation Presentation Presentation Tips Things to Consider Before Presenting
  • 3.  When creating instructional multimedia for your classroom, class size is very important to consider.  If you are presenting to young children (PreK-2nd), it is best to present to a small group of students. ◦ Students will be able to maintain focus better as there will be less distraction around them. ◦ Would recommend a group size of between 10-12 children.  If you are presenting to older children (2nd and up), the group size is not as important and you can present to a larger group of students. ◦ Children at this age are more mature and can maintain focus better. Class Size MENU
  • 4.  When creating your instructional multimedia lesson, the age of the children you are instructing is important in your lesson development. ◦ If you are presenting to young children (PreK-2nd):  Make sure the lesson is full of many visual stimuli to keep them interested and engaged.  Since many of them are still learning how to read, make sure the font is large and easy to read for beginning readers.  Make sure lesson has good stopping points incase children have questions or comments to add to the lesson or use if children need a “brain break” to regain focus. ◦ If you are presenting to older children (2nd and up):  Make sure lesson has good stopping points incase children have questions or comments to add to the lesson. Age of Students MENU
  • 5.  The setting of your presentation is also very important to think about while creating your instructional multimedia lesson.  Consider what your presentation will be presented on: ◦ Smart Board  Presentation in a slightly dark room is best. If the room is too dark, the children could trip while coming up to the board to interact with it. ◦ Projector  Presentation is best in a very dark room with a large projection screen and a projector that does not too high in front of the screen. ◦ If this is a problem, have the children sit on either side of the projector and monitor. ◦ Desktop/laptop computer  Small groups are best if presentation will take place on a desktop or laptop computer. Setting of Presentation MENU
  • 6.  When creating your lesson, consider what the purpose of multimedia is in your lesson. ◦ If you are creating a lesson that the children need to interact with, it is a good idea to present it on a Smart Board. ◦ If you are creating a lesson that the teacher presents with no student interaction, a projection screen is best. Purpose of Presentation MENU
  • 7. MENU When you are finished creating your presentation, read over this website to get some good presentation tips! Good luck on your presentation!