Friday, May 18, 2012

Demonstration Speech w/ Lumens Ladibug


Choose your topic and specific purpose for your speech.   Describe what your demo presentation is about and why you want to share it.  There are so many possibilities: a step by step drawing, a card trick, on line process, how to…

Imagine how you will fill your screen with this topic.  Will you show only your hands?  What else is in the scene?  What kind of backdrop will there be?  Do you need to twist the ladibug to a different angle?
Introduce your Topic
Once you have decided on a demonstration speech topic, write an effective and interactive attention getting introduction. Think about these sample introductions:
  • Tell them what you are going to teach them.
  • Tell them why you choose to demonstrate this topic.
  • Then tell them why your listeners should know how to do it or what they can do with this skill.

Present and demonstrate it to your listeners step by step. So, outlinethe steps of your topic. Show the activities or moves you have to make in a logical chronological order. Describe the details. Be clear. Don't think the audience will understand your demonstration speech topics immediately.

Delivery Of Your Demonstration Speech Topics
First and for all: think about the rules and time limit of the public speaking assignment. And apply these eight public speaking speech tips for delivering your demonstration speech topics:
1. This is a visual presentation so be visual whether you are showing only your hand or facing the camera at yourself.
2. Include personal stories and examples to illustrate your topic.
3. Provide the step by step process for creating your demo,
4. Close your speech with a memorable summary.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Drawing with Photoshop

Learning to manipulate the tools offered with photoshop is an ongoing process.  Students worked on landscape drawings using a variety of the tools and came up with these results!











Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Poster Designs

Working with an original image, we opened it in Adobe Photoshop.  We then edited them to a grayscale photo, chose a filter, and resized it to compliment a 8.5 x 11" format.  Then we opened the image in Adobe Illustrator so we could use the font selection and adapt words to surround and compliment our image.  We had to choose a theme and work at balancing out the words to fill the page.  We talked about possibilities of outlined letters, using grays instead of black fill and resizing the words.