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75 Unique School Presentation Ideas and Topics Plus Templates

Are you tired of seeing the same PowerPoints repeating overused and unoriginal school presentation ideas covering repeated topics in your classes?

You know what I’m talking about; we’ve all been there, and sat through yawn-worthy demonstrations, slides, or presentation videos covering everything from the solar system, someone’s favorite pet, past presidents of a country, to why E=mC squared.

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From grade school to university, first graders to college students, we are obligated to create, perform, and observe academic presentations across a plethora of curriculums and classes, and not all of these public speaking opportunities fall into the category of an ‘interesting topic’.

Yet, have no fear! Here at Piktochart, we are here to help you and your classmates. From giving examples of creative and even interactive presentation ideas, providing presentation videos , and suggesting interactive activities to give your five minutes of fame the ‘wow’ factor that it deserves, this article is your guide!

Our massive collection of unique school and college presentation ideas and templates applies if you’re:

  • A teacher looking to make your class more engaging and fun with student presentations.
  • A student who wants to impress your teacher and the rest of the class with a thought-provoking, interesting topic.

A Curated List of Interesting Topics for School Presentations

Did you know that when it comes to presentations , the more students involved improves retention? The more you know! Yet sometimes, you need a little help to get the wheels moving in your head for your next school presentation .

The great thing about these ideas and topics is you can present them either in face-to-face classes or virtual learning sessions.

Each school presentation idea or topic below also comes with a template that you can use. Create a free Piktochart account to try our presentation maker and get access to the high-quality version of the templates. You can also check out our Piktochart for Education plan .

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The templates are further divided into the following categories covering the most popular and best presentation topics. Click the links below to skip to a specific section.

  • Unique science presentation topics to cultivate curiosity in class
  • Engaging culture and history presentation ideas to draw inspiration from
  • Health class presentation topics to help students make healthy lifestyle decisions
  • Data visualization ideas to help students present an overwhelming amount of data and information into clear, engaging visuals
  • First day of school activity ideas to foster classroom camaraderie
  • Communication and media topics to teach students the importance of effective communication
  • Topics to help students prepare for life after school

We hope this list will inspire you and help you nail your next school presentation activity.

Unique Science Presentation Topics to Cultivate Curiosity in Class

Science is a broad field and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with too many topics to choose for your next presentation.

Cultivate curiosity in the science classroom with the following unique and creative presentation ideas and topics:

1. Can life survive in space?

template for can life survive in space

2. Do plants scream when they’re in pain?

template for do plants scream when they're in pain

3. What are the traits of successful inventors?

template of what are the traits of successful inventors

4. How vaccines work

template for how vaccines work

5. Massive destruction of the Koala’s habitat in Australia

template for massive destruction of the koala's habitat in australia

6. Left brain versus right brain

template for left brain vs right brain

7. What are great sources of calcium?

template for great sources of calcium infographic

Get access to high-quality, unique school presentation templates by Piktochart for Education.

Create and collaborate in the classroom using Piktochart’s customizable and printable templates for your school reports, presentations, and infographics.

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8. Recycling facts you need to know

template for recycling facts you need to know

9. Do you have what it takes to be a NASA astronaut?

NASA astronaut template

10. The rise of robots and AI: Should we be afraid of them?

rise of robots template

11. How far down does the sea go?

template for how far down does the sea go

12. The stages of sleep

stages of sleep template

13. Will Mars be our home in 2028?

template for will mars be our home in 2028

14. A quick look at laboratory safety rules

template for laboratory rules

15. The first person in history to break the sound barrier

template for the first person in history to break the sound barrier

Engaging Culture and History Presentation Ideas to Draw Inspiration From

History is filled with equally inspiring and terrifying stories, and there are lessons that students can learn from the events of the past. Meanwhile, interactive presentations about culture help students learn and embrace diversity. 

16. Women in history: A conversation through time

infographic template about women in history: a conversation through time

17. The sweet story of chocolate 

visual for sweet story of chocolate 

18. A history lesson with a twist 

template for a history lesson with a twist

19. The history of basketball 

history of basketball visual template

20. The origin of the Halloween celebration 

origin of the halloween celebration template

21. AI History 

AI history template

22. What you need to know about New Zealand 

infographic template about new zealand facts

23. 1883 volcanic eruption of Krakatoa 

template for volcanic eruption of krakatoa 

24. Roman structures: 2000 years of strength

template for roman structures: 2000 years of strength

25. The most famous art heists in history 

template for the most famous art heists in history 

26. Elmo: The story behind a child icon 

template for elmo: the story behind a child icon 

27. 10 things you should know before you visit South Korea 

template for things you should know before you visit south korea 

28. 8 things you didn’t know about these 8 countries 

eight things you didn't know about these countries, template 

Health Class Presentation Topics to Help Students Make Healthy Lifestyle Decisions

Want to learn how to engage students with healthcare topic ideas? Then consider using these templates for your next interactive presentation.

According to the CDC , school-based health education contributes to the development of functional health knowledge among students. It also helps them adapt and maintain health-promoting behaviors throughout their lives. 

Not only will your presentation help with keeping students engaged, but you’ll also increase class involvement with the right slides.

The following examples of health and wellness interactive presentations include fun ideas and topics that are a good start. 

29. How to look after your mental health?

how to look after your mental health infographic template, mental health, mental health infographic, eating disorders

30. The eradication of Polio

template for the eradication of polio, healthcare infographic, healthcare infographic template

31. How to have a healthy lifestyle 

infographic template about healthy lifestyle, health infographic template

32. 10 handwashing facts 

handwashing infographic template, handwashing visual

33. Myths and facts about depression

infographic template about depression, depression infographic template, infographic on depression

34. Hacks for making fresh food last longer 

hacks for making fresh food last longer template, quarantine infographic

35. Ways to avoid spreading the coronavirus

template about how to avoid spreading the coronavirus, covid infographic

36. Mask protection in 5 simple steps 

template about mask protection, covid infographic

37. Everything you need to know about the flu

cover photo of the presentation about everything you need to know about the flu, flu infographic

38. All about stress: Prevention, tips, and how to cope 

template about stress prevention, tips, and how to cope , stress infographic

39. The importance of sleep 

template about the importance of sleep, sleep infographic

40. Is milk tea bad for you?

template about milk tea is bad for you, health infographic

41. How to boost happiness in 10 minutes

template about how to boost happiness in 10 minutes, happiness infographic

42. How dirty are debit and credit cards 

template of how dirty are debit and credit cards, credit card infographic

43. Why do you need sunscreen protection

template about sunscreen, sunscreen infographic

Data Visualization Ideas to Help Students Present Overwhelming Amounts of Data in Creative Ways

Data visualization is all about using visuals to make sense of data. Students need to pull the main points from their extensive research, and present them by story telling while being mindful of their classmates’ collective attention span.

As far as student assignments go, storytelling with data is a daunting task for students and teachers alike. To keep your audience interested, consider using a non linear presentation that presents key concepts in creative ways.

Inspire your class to be master data storytellers with the following data visualization ideas:

44. Are we slowly losing the Borneo rainforest?

deforestation infographic, template about deforestation, example of how to share about current events

45. Skateboard deck design over the years

skateboard infographic, template about skateboard deck design over the years

46. Food waste during the Super Bowl

super bowl infographic, food waste infographic, template about food waste during the super bowl

47. The weight of the tallest building in the world

building infographic, construction infographic, template about the weight of the tallest building in the world

48. Infographic about data and statistics

data infographic, statistics infographic

49. Stats about cyberbullying

template for stats about cyberbullying, cyberbullying infographic

50. How whales combat climate change

climate change infographic, template for how whales combat climate change

First Day of School Interactive Activity Ideas to Foster Whole-class-Camaraderie

Calling all teachers! Welcome your new students and start the school year with the following back-to-school creative presentation ideas and relevant templates for first-day-of-school activities.

These interactive presentations grab the attention of your students and are remarkably easy to execute (which is the main educator’s goal after all)!

51. Meet the teacher

meet the teacher template, introduction template, meet the teacher visual

52. Example: all about me

introduction infographic, about me visual template

53. Self-introduction

template about self introduction, introduction infographic, about me visual template

54. Tips on how to focus on schoolwork

template about how to productive, productivity infographic, taking notes

55. Course plan and schedule

course plan template, course plan visual, course list

Give our class schedule maker a try to access more templates for free. You can also access our presentation-maker , poster-maker , timeline-maker , and more by simply signing up .

56. Interpreting a student’s report card (for parents)

student report card template, student report card visual

57. Introduction of classroom rules

classroom rules, classroom rules template

58. Assignment schedule

course topics, assignments, course template, course infographic

59. Daily planner

daily planner template

60. Course syllabus presentation

course syllabus template

61. How to write a class presentation

template for how to create a class presentation,

Topics to Teach Students the Importance of Effective Communication

Visual media  helps students retain more of the concepts  taught in the classroom. The following media topics and infographic templates can help you showcase complex concepts in a short amount of time. 

In addition, interactive presentation activities using these templates also encourage the development of a holistic learning process in the classroom because they help focus on the  three domains of learning:  cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. 

62. Interactive presentation do’s and don’ts 

template for presentation dos and donts, presentation infographic

63. How to create an infographic 

template about how to create an infographic 

Recommended reading : How to Make an Infographic in 30 Minutes

64. How to improve your internet security and privacy

infographic template about internet privacy

65. What is design thinking?

what is design thinking infographic template

66. What are your favorite software tools to use in the classroom? 

infographic template about educational software

Presentation Topic Ideas to Help Students Prepare for Life After School

One of the things that makes teaching a rewarding career is seeing your students take the learning and knowledge you’ve instilled in them, and become successful, productive adults.

From pitching a business idea to starting your podcast, the following topics are good starting points to prepare students for the challenges after graduation (aka adulting 101):

67. How to make a resume

resume template

68. How to start a startup

how to start a startup, startup infographic, how to temple

69. Credit card vs. debit card

infographic about credit cards and debit cards, credit card infographic

70. Pros and cons of cryptocurrency

pros and cons of cryptocurrency infographic template

71. How to save on travel

ways to save on travel infographic template

72. How to do a SWOT analysis

swot nalysis infographic

73. How to pitch a business idea

business idea pitch infographic template

74. Habits of successful people

presentation template about habits of successful people

75. Starting your own podcast: A checklist

infographic template about starting your own podcast

Find out how a high school teacher like Jamie Barkin uses Piktochart to improve learning in the classroom for her students.

Pro tip: make your presentation as interactive as possible. Students have an attention span of two to three minutes per year of age. To keep minds from wandering off, include some interactive games or activities in the lesson. For example, if you conducted a lesson on the respiratory system, you could ask them to practice breathing techniques.

Maintain eye contact with your students, and you’ll get instant feedback on how interested they are in the interactive presentation.

Make School Presentation Visuals Without the Hassle of Making Them From Scratch

School presentations, when done right, can help teachers engage their classes and improve students’ education effectively by presenting information using the right presentation topic. 

If you’re pressed for time and resources to make your school presentation visuals , choose a template from Piktochart’s template gallery . Aside from the easy customization options, you can also print and download these templates to your preferred format. 

Piktochart also professional templates to create infographics , posters , brochures , reports , and more.

Creating school-focused, engaging, and interactive presentations can be tedious at first, but with a little bit of research and Piktochart’s handy templates, you’re going to do a great job!

The future of learning is interactivity and collaboration.

Foster interactive and collaborative learning using Piktochart for Education. Share your work, get feedback, and brainstorm on the fly. With Piktochart, everyone’s on the same page. Finally.

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Last month, I attended a Back to School Night for parents, sitting through presentation after presentation by teachers, some with slides that helped make their presentation a delight to listen to, and others . . . well, that's why I'm writing this blog post.

The goal of a classroom presentation is to aid you in effectively conveying information in a way that allows students (or their parents) to remember what you said. Unfortunately, for some, the presentation becomes a crutch, and they begin to rely on the slides to tell their story, rather than to help them tell the story.

I've been creating presentations using software like PowerPoint and KeyNote for 20 years, and I've learned a lot about how to most effectively communicate. Here's what I've found.

1. Use as Many Slides as You Need

It's a common myth that better presentations use fewer slides. This is simply not the case. I once sent an education conference presentation to the organizers so they could preview it in advance of my speaking. They wrote back, concerned that my 45-minute presentation had 116 slides. I looked it over and realized they were right! I revised it and sent a presentation with 135 slides back to them. I finished my talk with 5 minutes to spare -- just enough time to take questions -- and the presentation was a huge success.

The number of slides in your presentation is irrelevant. What matters is how well your slides communicate and how much time you spend talking about each slide. Spending five minutes on five slides will almost always be more engaging to your students than spending five minutes on a single slide, even when the information is exactly the same.

In the movie Amadeus , the Emperor of Austria complains to Mozart that his music has "too many notes." Mozart responds, "There are just as many notes as are required. Neither more nor less." Use as many slides as you need to make your point. No more. No less.

presentation for my school

2. Minimize Verbosity

Your slides are there to support what you are saying, not to say it for you. Keep your word count low, and only place one main point on a slide, plus three to five sub-points if absolutely needed. Remember tip #1 above -- don't be afraid to use more slides. They're free! Also, the language in your slides doesn't need to be in complete sentences. Pare the text to as few words as possible, using what's there only to emphasize and reinforce -- not replace -- the words coming out of your mouth.

presentation for my school

3. Maximize Visuals

Photos, figures and icons work as visual memory triggers. They help your students remember what it is you're saying. Any time you can add a visual that helps illustrate or reinforce the points you're making in your slides, you should use it. One great way to do this on the cheap is to use public domain or creative commons photos you can find on Flickr or Google .

4. Reduce Noise

Many teachers like to add banners, headers, footers, page numbers and more noise to their slides. Unless the information needs to be on every slide for a vital reason (which is rare), you should remove it. All these redundant elements do is create distractions from the content of your slides. I find this to be especially true of page numbers. Imagine if a movie included a time code at the bottom, constantly reminding you how long you had been watching. All this does is serve to take the viewer out of the moment. Page numbers in slides really don't provide any useful information -- they just remind your students how long they've been watching.

Pursuant to tips #1 and #2, you're not going to win awards by cramming the most content on the fewest slides. Make text and visuals as large as you can. Not only does this make them easier to see and read, but larger images and text make a greater impact to aid memory. There's nothing wrong with filling an entire slide with a photo, and then placing text right on top. You may have to use a transparent background immediately behind the text so that it's clearly readable, but the overall effect is almost always more memorable than just some text beside an image.

presentation for my school

6. Highlight What You Are Talking About

While you are presenting, your students may be momentarily distracted taking notes, thinking about what you are saying, glancing out the window, possibly even daydreaming. When they refocus on your slides, though, they need to quickly pick back up where you are, or you risk losing them again.

  • Use contrast or call-outs to clearly show the area of the slide you are talking about.
  • Reveal bullet points or table rows one at a time so that the last one visible is the one you are talking about.
  • Use arrows, circles or other pointers to show what you are referencing in specific parts of an illustration, photo or graph.
  • Animate and reveal parts of illustrations and graphs (where possible) to build your story rather than showing everything at once.
  • Use bold type or different colors to highlight the keywords in any lengthy text.

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7. Transition Changes

Humans suffer from an affliction called change blindness -- we have a hard time seeing changes unless there is a clear transition between the states. This is especially a problem in presentations where slides may look very much alike. Most programs include transitions that can be used between slides or on elements in the slides themselves.

My favorite transition is the cross-dissolve -- where the first slide fades down while the next slide fades up -- but different transitions can help illustrate points in your presentation. Are you talking about combustion or the fire of London? Use a flame transition. Talking about photography or Hollywood movies? Use the flashbulb transition. Even "cheesy" transitions help overcome change blindness and aid student memory at the same time.

8. Repeat Yourself Redundantly

It’s OK to repeat the same slide more than once -- especially when using images -- if you are reminding students of an earlier point. Obviously, this is not a license to be monotonous. However, if you want to tie separate ideas together, emphasize a point or splash in a little comic relief, it's perfectly fine to repeat a slide.

Bonus Tip: Make it Funny!

There's little doubt that emotional responses can aid memory. While it can be difficult to apply this power in a classroom slide presentation, humor is easy enough, and adding a bit of levity to your presentations at the right points can work to give students vital memory hooks.

Remember, the point of presentation slides is not to replace you as the teacher, but to help your students understand and remember what you are teaching. Overwhelming them with too much information can be just as harmful as underwhelming them with too little.

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This article was co-authored by Patrick Muñoz . Patrick is an internationally recognized Voice & Speech Coach, focusing on public speaking, vocal power, accent and dialects, accent reduction, voiceover, acting and speech therapy. He has worked with clients such as Penelope Cruz, Eva Longoria, and Roselyn Sanchez. He was voted LA's Favorite Voice and Dialect Coach by BACKSTAGE, is the voice and speech coach for Disney and Turner Classic Movies, and is a member of Voice and Speech Trainers Association. This article has been fact-checked, ensuring the accuracy of any cited facts and confirming the authority of its sources. This article has been viewed 1,627,546 times.

Doing a presentation in class can be intimidating, but it does not have to be. This wikiHow will give you lots of pointers on how to do a presentation in class with minimal stress.

Planning the Presentation

Step 1 Write note cards on index cards.

  • Write down keywords or main ideas. If you need to consult your index cards, you're only going to want to scan the index card for information, not read every last word.
  • Most of the time, the act of putting information down on your index cards will help you remember the information. So, while you might not strictly need the note cards, it's a nice security blanket to have if you happen to forget what you were going to say.
  • You don't want to be reading straight off your notecards during your presentation.

Step 2 Practice.

  • Practice in front of your family or friends, or in front of the mirror, when you rehearse your presentation. It's probably better to do it in front of friends who you may not know well, as this will help you replicate the feeling of being in front of the class.
  • Ask your friends for feedback after you finish your presentation. Was the presentation long enough? How was your eye contact? Did you stammer at all? Were all the points clearly made?
  • Make a critique of your practice performance. Challenge yourself to work on all the things that you believe you can improve during the real presentation. When it comes time to deliver the real deal, you'll feel confident knowing that you've worked extra hard on what was toughest for you.

Step 3 Do your research....

  • Get quotes from reliable sources. Good quotes make a good presentation great. Taking what smart people have said and putting it into your presentation not only makes you look smart, it shows the teacher that you spent time thinking about what other people said.
  • Make sure your sources are trustworthy. There's nothing that can quite break your confidence like a fact that turns out to not be a fact. Don't always trust the information you get off the Internet.

Delivering the Presentation

Step 1 Smile...

  • Studies have shown that smiles are infectious; that means that once you smile, it's hard for everyone else not to smile. So if you want your presentation to go off without a hitch, force yourself to smile. That'll make everyone smile; and maybe those smiles will make you actually smile.

Step 2 Feel confident about your presentation.

  • Think about your intention before you talk to your audience. Do you want to educate, enlighten, or entertain this audience? What is the effect that you want to have on the listener?
  • Visualize success before, during, and after your presentation. Be humble about what you do — no need for cockiness — but imagine a successful presentation at all times. Don't let the thought of failure creep into your mind.
  • In many ways, your confidence is just as important as the information you're delivering. You don't want to spread misinformation, or skimp on doing your research, but a lot of what you'll be graded on — and what the other students come away with — is going to be your level of confidence. Also if you are confident, you will have a better time exchanging ideas with the class.
  • If you need a confidence boost, think big picture. After 10 or 15 minutes, your presentation will be over. What will your presentation matter in the long run? Probably not very much. Try to do the best you can, but if you're getting nervous, remind yourself that there are much more important moments in your life to come.

Step 3 Make eye contact.

  • Have the goal of looking at every person in the classroom at least once. That way, everyone will feel like you've engaged with them. Plus, you'll look like you know what you're talking about.

Step 4 Be sure to have inflection in your voice.

  • Inflection is the kind of movement that radio DJs put into their voice; it's the ramped-up pitch in your voice when it gets excited. You don't want to sound like you've just seen a lion, but you also don't want to sound like you've just seen a squirrel, either. Vary it up to make the presentation more interesting.

Step 5 Use hand motions.

  • Tell a story, maybe one with a personal note. Stories are great for history or English presentations. Maybe you can tie your presentation into a little anecdote about a famous historical person?
  • Ask a provocative question. Ending with a question is a good way of getting your audience to think about your presentation in an interesting way. Is there a certain conclusion you want them to come to?

Step 7 Walk back to your seat with a smile.

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  • Try not to argue with your audience. This detracts from your presentation. Just tell them they have an interesting point and that you'll check and get back to them. Thanks Helpful 1 Not Helpful 1
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  • Some people may be so tied up before a presentation that they feel faint and may pass out during their speech. If this describes you, make sure you prepare especially hard and keep your blood sugar up before you present. Thanks Helpful 14 Not Helpful 1
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  • ↑ https://www.uwe.ac.uk/study/study-support/study-skills/presenting-and-working-with-others
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The best way to prepare for your class presentation is to practice in front of a friend or family member. When it’s time to present, make eye contact with your audience and use hand motions to illustrate your points. Don’t forget to smile! Finish strong with a final statistic or provocative question. If you’re still nervous, read on for more advice! Did this summary help you? Yes No

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7 tips to create an online presentation for school

7 tips to create an online presentation for school

We can all admit that we’ve been living in uncertain and difficult times that have completely changed our outlook on life. We had no choice but to adapt in every possible way. Business companies, travel agencies, retail shops, restaurants… but mostly schools and universities all over the world had to rethink their strategy from an online perspective.

And this is something very challenging, especially for the entire education system. Students and professors struggle to develop creative solutions to keep learning and teaching and to make it as enjoyable as possible. Many of these solutions rely on technology, of course. Whether we want to admit it or not, the internet is our best friend when it comes to online learning . The classes must continue, even if it can’t happen in person. And that’s exactly where Flipsnack comes in. 

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We believe that everyone should have access to education . Everyone deserves to finish their studies, gain as much knowledge as possible, and become the best version of themselves. Because Flipsnack supports education wholeheartedly and encourages the spirit of empathy and compassion, we’ve decided to give our Classroom plan for free for an entire year. This plan allows education to keep moving forward even if the schools and universities are closed. 

But today’s article is much more than just showcasing our Classroom plan and free online presentation templates . We want to help students complete their school assignments in full measure, that’s why this article offers them some useful tips about how to create an online presentation that looks both attractive and explanatory. Let’s get started!

How to create an online presentation?

First of all, a good online presentation starts by organizing the content. No matter how fascinating your message is, if you don’t know how to organize it simply, your audience will have trouble understanding it. And especially in these difficult times when we can communicate only through the internet, it’s crucial to deliver our message as well as we can. It’s important to keep a balance between content and design when working on your slides because you want to get your message across with impact. But we’ll talk more about this subject later.

You should keep in mind that you must capture the people’s attention right from the beginning. Otherwise…your online presentation will flop. Few listeners will stick with you to the end and remain with something that you’ve told. In fact, the goal of an online presentation for school is to deliver the message in an easy and comprehensible way. Both your colleagues and teachers should understand it. Let’s dig deeper and discover how to create a presentation like a pro!

1. Start with a good online presentation template

First thing first, choose a template that has them all: colors, fonts, images, charts, captions, text boxes…everything that you can use to create an amazing online presentation . It’s much easier to put all the information when you already have a pre-existing template. Flipsnack has them abundantly. Explore them and select the best one for your school projects. Later in this article, we’ve made a selection of four professional and beautiful templates that you can customize to your needs. Stick with us till the end.

2. Organize your information

You have to think of your online presentation like it’s a school essay. Break it down into three simple sections: introduction, body, and conclusion. Your introduction needs to briefly summarize what you’re going to present and why it’s important and relevant to your audience. The body should be the most explanatory part of your presentation. Present the facts and all the information widely, giving examples. The conclusion should always resume in a few sentences your entire presentation. Don’t forget to also give your audience some key takeaways on how they can put into practice what you’ve presented to them.

Organize all of your ideas logically and practically. If your teacher gave you a list of things that you should cover, make sure that you insert them all in your online presentation. Build the slides in such a way that you cover one main idea per slide. Don’t jam more ideas to one slide, you’ll confuse your listeners.Keep all necessary supporting resources in one place. This will help you to navigate through quickly and don’t forget anything. For this aim, you will need the help of specialized education platforms like Studocu.com . You can create notes and documents for your presentation there and receive access 24/7, so you will not leave this at home at a crucial moment.

3. Choose visuals wisely

One thing’s for sure: a good design can make or break an online presentation. The visuals within your presentation make the slides more impactful and enjoyable to listen to. But only as long as they help clarify the message. Always use high quality and professional images that are relevant to your subject. Feel free to also use diagrams, charts, graphs, or other visuals that help you present your ideas. Your images should make it easier for your colleagues to remember what you just presented, and not confuse them even more.

4. Colors, fonts, and format

When it comes to colors, we recommend using something relevant to your message. Relevance is the key! Choose one or two colors (not counting black and white) so that your online presentation has a consistent look and feel. Also, if you have a dark color as the background, use white as your text color, and if you have a light color as the background, use black as the text color. This way, your colleagues will find it easier to read it. Keep your text at least 18 points, so that everyone can see it effortlessly.

Fonts, fonts, fonts. Always be consistent with them. It’s exactly what makes your presentation look more professional. Never switch between caps and lower case, Times New Roman and Calibri, or 6 and 25 point text size. Stick with a single font and single size throughout the entire presentation. 

Last, but not least, make sure that your text is aligned and neat. The format of your presentation needs to be perfect! Yes, it can sometimes be time-consuming, but it’s totally worth the effort. 

5. Use big text for a big impact

Like we’ve said before, don’t cram everything on one slide. It will make your presentation look unprofessional and in a hurry. And you don’t want that. You want your colleagues to understand your message completely and your teacher to praise your good work, right? Make the text and visuals as large as you can. It’s easier for your colleagues to see and read them, but also it’s more impactful for their memory and they will retain the information more quickly. You can fill an entire slide with one picture and place the text right on top. Don’t forget to use a transparent background behind the text, so that your audience will read it clearly.

6. Less is more

Every time you’re doing an online presentation, remember that your slides should support what you’re saying, not to say it for you. Less is more, especially when it comes to making a good presentation. It’s crucial to use as few words as possible on your slides, not complete sentences. For instance, place one main point on a slide and one or two sub-points if absolutely necessary. They should emphasize and reinforce, not replace the words you’re going to speak verbally. 

Another important aspect we should mention here is that you need to plan out what you’re going to present before creating your slides. Why? Because it will be easier to design and organize your online presentation. Further, don’t forget to repeat your speech a few times before presenting it to your colleagues and teacher. This way, you’ll be more confident about your presentation and you won’t be so nervous, and also, if something goes wrong with your online presentation, you still have a speech ready to give that you master completely.

7. Highlight the important things

We all know that it’s easy for your audience to lose interest in your online presentation. People get bored quickly, that’s why you need to keep them as involved and interested as possible. Use a little bit of “magic”. Highlight important keywords with the help of bold or different colors. Emphasize only the necessary ones. Animate parts of your illustrations and graphs to build your story rather than showing everything from the beginning. Don’t be afraid to use arrows, circles or other pointers to show what you’re referring to specific parts of your text. You’ll see that people will pay more attention to your online presentation when they’ll see everything so organized and beautifully arranged. 

How to prepare for an online presentation

You should know from the start that there are some differences between online and traditional presentations. Don’t worry if you haven’t had the opportunity to present a school project online so far, there’s a beginning for everything. In fact, it’s no rocket science to prepare for an online presentation, you just need to take some things into consideration.

First and foremost, make sure that you’re going to rehearse your speech at home a few times before presenting it to everybody. This way, you’ll also get rid of nervosity and you’ll feel more prepared for the big day. Keep in mind that your voice is your number one ally, so make sure to drink some tea with honey one night before the presentation. 

Then, make sure you’re dressed properly. Nobody says that you should wear a dress or a suit, but you should at least not show up in front of your colleagues in your jogging equipment. Wear something comfy, but also suitable for a public speech. And since we are at this chapter, you should also pay attention to the environmental background. Adapt your room in such a way that it suits your online presentation. Keep your room simple and clear and get rid of any elements that could distract your audience. 

Last, but not least, be sure that you’re the first one that shows up in the video call. Make sure that your internet works perfectly and that everybody sees you and hears you clearly. We recommend you should double-check that your camera and microphone are on. Also, as a final note, don’t forget to share your screen with your colleagues, so that they are completely aware of what you’re presenting to them.

Online presentation templates to get your inspiration from

Now you know what an informative and eye-catching online presentation means. You’ve also learned how to prepare for one. The next step is to create one on your own. No matter what’s your next school assignment, you’re prepared with these four professional and free presentation templates. This whole pandemic crisis is the perfect situation to prove to your teacher that with the help of a pre-existing template you can solve any school project. Choose the most suitable template for you and make your next online presentation shine:

Elegant University Presentation Template

Black is the new orange. Or, at least, this is what we could think when seeing this elegant online presentation template. It’s perfect for any kind of school project. The design part is already done, so all you have to do is to insert the graphs, stats or charts you’re going to present to your colleagues. Don’t be afraid to personalize this template with the help of our intuitive editor. Add your own photos, change the colors and fonts, and even add some other elements you find useful for your presentation. You’ll surely get an A!

Modern School Online Presentation Template

These difficult times gave us no choice but to continue our studies exclusively online. Thank God we have Flipsnack that provides us with plenty of online templates that are just perfect for our school assignments. This modern school online presentation template is the right example in this regard. Take advantage of it and start customizing it with our drag and drop editor. Add cool images, charts, and graphs, everything you need to make it look professional and informative. Be it a biology project, a science assignment, or a geography task, Flipsnack got you covered! All you need to do is to browse through our templates collection and choose your favorite.

College Presentation Template

Looking for online presentation templates that will impress your teacher? Search no more. This beautifully crafted college online presentation template will surely appeal to your teacher. Personalize it for any school project with our amazing Design Studio. It features a layout design that makes it very easy for you to replace the images, text, colors, and fonts in a short time. You can also insert graphs, charts or anything to find useful so that your colleagues will understand your presentation as well as possible. Creating online presentations with Flipsnack has never been more fun and easier!

Elegant Education Presentation Template

We all know that it’s no easy job to create online presentations that will not bore the audience. But with this education online presentation template , we promise you that your colleagues and teachers will pay attention like never before. With plenty of space for images, this layout allows you to get creative. Fully edit this template to fit any of your presentation needs. Whether we’re talking about economic projects, history assignments, or anything else, Flipsnack allows you to fully edit this template in terms of shapes, colors, images, and more. You’ll be an expert at designing professional online presentations within minutes. See for yourself! 

You’re ready

Yes, it’s true, the whole situation happening in the world is not pleasant at all, but we have to adapt in order to move on with our lives and everyday activities. Companies, businesses, and schools all over the world came up with innovative and different solutions to continue working and studying without too many difficulties. 

Our Classroom plan allows everybody to have free access to education. Our free templates altogether with pieces of advice about how to create professional online presentations to help students create school assignments worthy of an A+. Pandemic or not, students should always be prepared to knock their projects out of the park.

Hopefully, today’s article was helpful for any student and any type of school task. If you find it useful, feel free to share it with other colleagues of yours. Let’s continue being empathic and bounteous, especially in these harsh times. Stay safe and stay home. And don’t forget, Flipsnack is just one click away to help you with your needs!

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[Updated 2023] Top 40 School PowerPoint Templates For Teachers And Students

[Updated 2023] Top 40 School PowerPoint Templates For Teachers And Students

What’s the perfect definition of school? Isn’t it the place from where we gather new ways of learning? Well, there are so many things that strike in our heads. A few of them being entertaining lessons and fun activities. In this fast-paced world, I observed that some of the teachers fail to organize the lessons due to their complexity. Of course, it is not easy to teach every chapter word-to-word and at times, students find it boring too. 

For this, you need to make a full-blown presentation that holds the interest of everyone. So, if you are still in the dilemma of creating a visually appealing presentation. Don’t worry, we have come up with these Top 40 School PowerPoint Templates to ease your problem. Whether you are a student who wants to impress your classmates or a teacher looking for unique ways to educate, these PPT themes are going to assist you in every way possible. Discuss the importance of education in our society with the aid of these professionally designed templates. Capture the audience’s attention by creating a  presentation that is more informative and meaningful. 

Take advantage of these PowerPoint themes and cover each topic clearly that keeps the children focused. Explain the seriousness of literacy through your presentation that encourages parents to send their kids to school. Speed up the learning process by using these attractive PPT designs. 

40 School PowerPoint Templates To Download

Template 1: school event proposal ppt.

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Putting up an event requires careful preparation and timely execution of all activities. Create a proposal for your school event services with this PPT Template. This complete deck is a master strategy for expanding your specialized services in event planning. It comprises all of the event's critical features, such as specific coordinator roles, indoor and outdoor games, rewards, and sports equipment. With the use of this presentation, demonstrate your plan of action for creating goals, commencing the process, analyzing requirements, deciding on a theme, developing a timetable, and running the event. Use this download to personalize your proposal in minutes.

Template 2: Playschool Proposal Report Sample

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Are you putting up a playschool proposal? Use this PPT Template to create an appealing proposal for playschools. This complete deck offers planned programs or exercises to boost student progress. This presentation provides the project backdrop and major objectives for childcare services, as well as illustrations of the many tasks conducted and the primary services given. This template highlights a variety of activities for newborns, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten students. This slide is ideal for displaying the investment strategy as well as the primary benefits to the customer for using the company's services. With this download, you will learn everything from launching your play school to developing a further strategy to create infrastructure and advertise it.

Template 3: School Building Window Cleaning Proposal

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Use this PPT Template to create a well-defined proposal for your cleaning services. This complete deck is an excellent tool to demonstrate that your employees are highly qualified and capable of washing building windows. This presentation helps to showcase the safety regulations and intensive personnel training taken by the cleaning staff to guarantee public safety. Use this presentation to detail all the labor, supplies, tools, equipment, supervision, and other resources for your window cleaning business.

Template 4: Private School Annual Report Sample

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Demonstrate your school's performance and accomplishment record with this PPT Template. It is a great resource to describe your private school's yearly report. This template is a thorough report that describes the important activities of private schools during the previous year and briefs potential shareholders on the activities and financial performance of private schools. The multi-pager template covers KPIs such as a financial overview of the school in relation to the annual budget, school performance, student accomplishment with average writing and reading scores, and so on. This download emphasizes the school's comprehensive approach to education. Get it now!

Template 5: School Counseling Annual Report Template

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Use this PPT Template to deliver an annual report on the school counselling sessions. This complete deck will assist teachers and school counselors in efficiently recording and monitoring pupils' development. It includes therapy sessions to identify crises such as anxiety and suicide thoughts caused by a relationship or a profession. This report is an excellent tool for demonstrating the efforts taken by school officials to assess students' significant physical and mental difficulties through counselling sessions or treatments. With this download, you may keep track of developments and obstacles in coping with therapy concerns.

Template 6: School Time Blackboard PowerPoint 

School Time Blackboard

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Educate your students about all the knowledgeable and important things with ease! This creatively designed school time blackboard PPT template is ideal for you to pen down every relevant detail of a particular lesson. Take the assistance of this above-mentioned theme and clear the overall concept with your students. 

Template 7: School Time Crayons PowerPoint

School Time Crayons

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This vibrant school time crayons PPT templates have been designed professionally keeping in mind your presentation requirements. With the aid of this bright-colored theme, you can impress your students that make the lecture even more interesting and informative. 

Template 8: Back To School Books PowerPoint Template 

Back To School Books

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Train your students in a visually-appealing manner with the assistance of this vibrant PPT theme. Teachers can use this PowerPoint theme and introduce different subjects to their students. These creative visuals and high-grade icons present in the template will make your presentation eye-catchy.

Template 9: School Promotion Welcome PPT

School Promotion Welcome Board

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Use this PowerPoint template and describe the importance of education amongst the audience in a creative way. The PPT theme includes ample space for you to write the desired text. The above-mentioned PowerPoint template will give your presentation a consistent look. 

Template 10: School House With Flag Icon PowerPoint Template 5:

School House With Flag

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With the aid of this eye-catchy PowerPoint theme, you can focus on stationery and other school supplies. Create a powerful presentation to keep your students up to date about the different rules and regulations of the school. 

Template 11: Back To School Template 

Back To School PowerPoint Presentation

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In education, it is always nice to begin a new academic session full of new subjects! Introduce the new planner and study plan to the students by using this school PowerPoint theme. Take advantage of the high-grade icons to create a dynamic presentation on the go. 

Template 12: Back To School Activities Education 

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Jot down every school-related activities easily to build an engaging relationship with the parents and their children! Add a modern touch to your presentation and make it unique with the help of these creatively designed school PPT templates.  

Template 13: Reading Books Education PowerPoint Template 

Reading Books Education

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Add or remove the text as per your needs and create a fully customized presentation. Promote popular educational courses and interact with the audience by using the school books PowerPoint template. 

Template 14: School Building with Clock and Flag PowerPoint Template 

School Building With Clock And Flag

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Provide an informative presentation to your fellow faculty to build an educational website for kids. I n this PowerPoint templates, there are various fonts, and colors that make your presentation look even more professional. 

Template 15: Creative Splash Pencil And Bulb PPT

Creative Splash Pencil And Bulb

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Deliver a visually-rich lecture to your students using this eye-catchy school PPT theme. Create an abstract presentation and gauge the attention of the entire classroom. The above creative splash pencil and bulb PowerPoint template involve beautiful graphics and icons that give a modern touch to your presentation. 

Template 16: School Banner Project PowerPoint Template 

School Banner Project

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With the help of this PPT template, teach your students about the importance of assignments and projects. Outline the project topics in an appropriate manner for a clear understanding of the subject matter presented.

Template 17: School Time PowerPoint Template 

School Time

Decorate your presentation with attractive graphics and pictures using the school blackboard PowerPoint theme. Create a knowledgeable and informative presentation and leave a positive impact on the viewers. 

Template 18: School Enrollment for Population PowerPoint Template 

School Enrollment For Population

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Create a bright and interactive educational presentation with the aid of this school PowerPoint theme. Our PPT template can be used by the senior authorities to showcase the total number of students studying at their campus. 

Template 19: Back To School

Back To School

Vacations are over and students find it boring to go back to school. So, teachers, take advantage of this school PowerPoint template to create a fun-filled and entertaining presentation for your students. Introduce new concepts with ease and deliver an amazing presentation on colorful school books using our PPT theme. 

Template 20: School Colorful Pencils Education PowerPoint Template

School Colorful Pencils Education

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Provide knowledge to kindergarten students about different colors through your presentation. Take advantage of the school pencils PowerPoint template and beautifully depict the content as per your requirements. 

Template 21: School Promotion Our Strengths PPT

School Promotion Our Strengths

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Highlight the strengths and achievements of your school in a presentable manner with the aid of the above school promotion PowerPoint theme. Incorporate our PPT template that is so engaging and interactive.

Template 22: Education Theme PowerPoint Template 

Education Theme

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Provide an impactful presentation on school planning, school resources, and school homework using this PowerPoint theme. The visuals and graphics present in the PPT template will make your presentation even more captivating. 

Template 23: School Banner Project With Triangle PowerPoint Template 

School Banner Project With Triangle

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Create a useful educational presentation and keep your students focused with the aid of this school PowerPoint template. Take advantage of different fonts and vibrant colors to make your presentation more engaging. Tweak the content as per your requirements or needs. 

Template 24: School Blackboard PowerPoint Template 

School Time Blackboard

Put down all the necessary information you want to add in your presentation using our school blackboard PPT template. Boost the morale of your students by providing them useful knowledge through this presentation. Take the help of this fully editable PowerPoint theme to ease your work and creativity. 

Template 25: School Project PowerPoint Template 

School Project

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Create a full-fledged list of projects and help students to understand them clearly. This PPT theme has been designed professionally for your convenience. It also has space to add your desired text. So, take advantage of this PPT template to make the students understand project concept with ease.

Template 26: Alphabet Specs Books School PowerPoint Template 

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Deliver an eye-catchy presentation on various alphabets and guide the students of kindergarten regarding their significance. Write down the noticeable things that attract the students with the aid of this school alphabet PowerPoint template. 

Template 27: School Time Blackboard PowerPoint Template 

School Blackboard PPT

The above school PPT theme can be used by teachers or educators to provide better information about the increasing trend of education. Get your audience hooked to your presentation with the assistance of this visually-appealing PowerPoint template. 

Template 28: Our Strengths with School PowerPoint Template 

Our Strengths With School

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Cover all the important topics in your presentation using our school PowerPoint template. Talk about the success stories of your school in a creative manner with the aid of this PPT theme. Make an amazing presentation and strike a chord with the spectators.

Template 29: School Bus For School Kids PowerPoint Template 

School Bus For School Kids

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Deliver an interactive presentation on the amenities provided by the school and gauge the attention of the viewers. Edit the information as per your needs with the aid of this school bus PowerPoint template. 

Template 30: School House With Bell PowerPoint Template

School House With Bell

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Give a proper understanding of the timings of your school to the parents and students with the help of our school PPT theme. Create a visually-attractive presentation and get more students enrolled. 

Template 31: School House With Student PowerPoint Template 

School House With Student

Create a modern yet professional presentation for your educational projects using this school PowerPoint theme. The PPT templates are fully customizable, so, you can modify the content as per your needs. 

Template 32: School House Building With Bus PowerPoint Template

School House Building With Bus

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Create a presentation that is interesting and informative using our school PowerPoint theme. Take advantage of this PPT template and express the importance of education in an efficient manner. 

Template 33: School Promotion Events PowerPoint Template 

School Promotion Events

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During the time of fest, you can list out the events that are going to happen in school. Take the assistance of our school activities PowerPoint template and deliver a presentation on the upcoming programs. You can use high-grade icons to make your presentation even more attractive.

Template 34: School Facilities PowerPoint Template 

School Facilities

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With the aid of this school PPT template, you can talk about the facilities provided by the campus. Deliver an engaging presentation and give an overview of the total number of laboratories present in the school. 

Template 35: School Promotion Special Events PowerPoint Template 

School Promotion Special Events

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Mention the sport tours and other campaigns in this presentation and capture the students attention. Provide proper guidance to your students with the aid of this school PPT templates. Make your presentation unique and creative by using our PowerPoint theme. 

Template 36: School Banner Pencil Notepad PowerPoint Template 

School Banner Pencil Notepad

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Take advantage of our school banner PowerPoint template and make your presentation stand out in every manner. Add colors and high-grade icons to your presentation and make it more creative. Create the presentation in your own way that entertain your students as well. 

Template 37: School Banner Project with Playing Students PPT

School Banner Project With Playing Students

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Engage your target audience with the assistance of this school banner PPT template. Use different fonts, colors, and styles to make your presentation even more alluring and creative. You can also modify the content as per your requirements. 

Template 38: School Bag PowerPoint Template 

School Bag

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Make an abstract presentation on education and gather the attention of your spectators. Jot down every minute detail about the significance of studies in a presentable way. Give your presentation a unique look by using the school PPT theme. 

Template 39: School Crayons PowerPoint Template 

School Crayons

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Introduce the name of various colors to kindergarten students in a creative way using this school crayons PowerPoint template. Make your presentation colorful and grab the attention of students. 

Template 40: Back To School Books Template 

School Books

Deliver a visually appealing presentation with the help of our school PPT template. Make an informative presentation and entertain your students by using the PowerPoint theme. 

These School PowerPoint templates are creatively designed for your convenience. They are suitable for delivering presentations on several topics and are used by teachers, students, and educators as well. The PPT themes are reliable and easy to use. So, go ahead and download them!

P.S Browse our guide to the practise of homeschooling  to gain a sense of the freedom and space for experimentation.

FAQs ON SCHOOL

1. what is the full meaning of the word school.

The term school is derived from the Greek and Roman words 'skholé' and 'scol', which imply leisure (free time) or lecture, respectively (discussion). A school is a location where kids receive education via various activities. School education, often known as formal education, is obligatory for students in the majority of nations across the world. The school system or administration is divided into three levels of the student or standards of the student in the school -

Primary or Elementary School

Secondary or Middle School

Senior Secondary School or High School

2. What is the importance of school?

  • It promotes social skills and critical thinking as the child learns to interact with diverse individuals in society. Children learn to make friends, listen to teachers, and solve difficulties.
  • It builds confidence in young people as they learn to read, write, and solve issues.
  • It introduces young people to their future aspirations.
  • It provides students with a range of options in the form of sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities, culminating in the development of their total personality.
  • It builds community learning and life skills.

3. What are the five functions of a school?

  • Culture conservation and promotion are accomplished through teaching pupils about the society's valuable culture, traditions, and values.
  • Individual development on all levels, through a variety of programs and activities that seek for and nurture the child's latent talents.
  • Development of social responsibility and empathy for others.
  • Children are given citizenship training to help them become responsible citizens.
  • Offers training in many occupations to foster the ideals of work dignity and labor. It educates youngsters to tackle any obstacle in the future in order to meet their basic needs.

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How to Create a Presentation for a School Project

Emily Bryce

14 November 2022

How to Create a Presentation for a School Project

Giving a presentation in school is a great way to share your knowledge and ideas with your peers and teachers. Whether you’re working on a project or delivering a report, creating an engaging and informative presentation can help you get your message across and earn the recognition you deserve. However, creating a presentation that is both informative and visually appealing can be challenging. In this blog, we’ll provide a step-by-step guide on how to create a presentation for a school project.

Step 1: Determine Your Topic and Purpose

The first step in creating a presentation is to determine your topic and purpose. This will help you decide what information to include in your presentation and how to structure it. If you’re working on a group project, be sure to discuss this with your team members to ensure that you are all on the same page.

Step 2: Conduct Research

Once you have determined your topic and purpose, it’s time to conduct research. Use a variety of sources, including textbooks, articles, and websites, to gather information about your topic. Be sure to take notes as you research and keep track of your sources, so you can properly cite them later.

Step 3: Outline Your Presentation

Once you have gathered your research, create an outline for your presentation. This will help you organize your thoughts and ensure that you cover all the key points you want to make. Your outline should include an introduction, main points, and a conclusion.

Step 4: Create Your Slides

Next, it’s time to create your slides. Use a presentation software like PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote to create your slides. Keep in mind that your slides should be visually appealing and easy to read. Use images, charts, and graphs to help illustrate your points.

Step 5: Practice Your Presentation

Practice makes perfect! Once you have created your slides, practice your presentation. This will help you feel more comfortable presenting and ensure that you are able to deliver your presentation within the allotted time frame. Be sure to time yourself as you practice to ensure that you stay on track.

Step 6: Deliver Your Presentation

Finally, it’s time to deliver your presentation. Be sure to dress appropriately and speak clearly. Use your slides as a visual aid to help you convey your message. Speak at a moderate pace and make eye contact with your audience. Be sure to allow time for questions at the end of your presentation.

In conclusion, creating a presentation for a school project can be challenging, but with these simple steps, you can create a presentation that is informative and visually appealing. Remember to determine your topic and purpose, conduct research, outline your presentation, create your slides, practice your presentation, and deliver it with confidence. Good luck!

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Don't start your work presentations by simply saying 'hello.' Here's how to be more engaging in the conference room.

  • I'm a public-speaking expert, and I've trained many executives and senior teams.
  • I tell all of them to stop starting work presentations with a salutation or a "hello."
  • Instead, you should engage your audience by telling a story or asking a question.

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I'm sure you've sat through plenty of presentations where the presenter starts with a polite salutation like, "Hello, thank you for having me here today," or, "I am so glad to be here" — often followed by their name and professional résumé . Sometimes, if it's an internal meeting, you get the same salutations followed by an agenda slide with bullet points and the presenter narrating it.

As a public-speaking coach who has worked with many executives and senior teams, I know how to make work presentations more engaging. Here's how you should change your approach.

If you stick to your old ways, you aren't leaving a memorable first impression

Your audience is thinking three things when you walk into that conference room or onto that stage: Who is this person, why should I care, and how are they going to solve my problem?

Let's face it: Most people are more interested in how you will solve their problem than in you and your professional résumé. So let's flip the script a bit. Start with the solution to their problem, briefly talk about yourself for credibility, and then give them a reason to care.

Instead, try to capture their attention

Begin your presentation with a hook or a story — something that grabs their attention right from the start. For instance, your hook might be, "Did you know this?" or "What if that?" It could also be a short story that humanizes your services or products.

Most presentations are predictable; wouldn't it be better for both your time and your audience if you could introduce an element of surprise?

Some might feel it rude not to thank the organizer or greet the audience, so I suggest finding another place in your presentation for this. Here's a good structure:

Intro: "What if you could be a more confident and credible presenter? What if you could engage with your audience so they remember your products or services?"

Credibility: "My name is Meridith, and I've been coaching entrepreneurs and executives on how to speak with spark for over a decade, and I am really excited to be here. I want to thank [insert name] for inviting me to share the afternoon with you."

Solution: "Today, I will give you three ways to make your audience remember your products and services, helping you stand out in a competitive market. Let's get this party started!"

You could also try to form a personal connection

Often, presentations lack a personal touch. Try sharing a relevant personal anecdote or experience that relates to your topic. This not only makes your work presentation more relatable but also helps to establish a deeper connection with your audience.

For example, you could say: "When I was younger, I often hid in the back of the classroom, hoping the teacher wouldn't call on me because I didn't want to sound stupid or have the wrong answer. Later in life, I discovered acting and improv comedy . It was through the practice of these two art forms that I developed my confidence and learned how to engage more courageously with others. Today, I will give you solutions for how you can also better engage your audience with spark."

Try to encourage interaction

At the very least, you should try to engage your audience from the beginning — whether in person or on virtual calls. You can ask a thought-provoking question or propose a challenge that involves them directly. This approach shifts the dynamic to more interactive and engaging sessions.

If you implement any of these suggestions, you can make your presentation memorable and impactful immediately. And you'll most likely get a larger return on your investment of time and energy.

In today's fast-paced world, where attention spans are increasingly shorter than ever, it's crucial to grab and hold your audience's attention from the very beginning. By doing so, you set the stage for a more engaging and productive interaction. So challenge yourself to break free from presentation norms and embrace a style that resonates deeply with your audience and leaves a lasting impression.

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Lunar New Year 2024: What does the Year of the Dragon mean?

What is lunar new year and how is it different from the western new year.

There are two distinct celebrations that signify the beginning of a new year in Australia among people of East Asian origins: the Western New Year and the Lunar New Year. Also known as the Gregorian New Year, the Western New Year is observed on 1 January, while the Lunar New Year, also referred to as the Spring Festival or Chinese New Year, is celebrated according to the lunisolar calendar and generally falls between 21 January and 20 February.

While both celebrations share some similarities, they also have their own unique customs and traditions that make them truly special. The Western New Year is widely celebrated around the world and marks the start of the Gregorian calendar year in many countries, particularly in the Western world. On the other hand, the Lunar New Year is a major festival in the Sinosphere or the Sinic world (Chinese-speaking countries and regions, and countries and regions historically under Chinese influence), including mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Vietnam, and Korea.

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Chinese lion dance for Chinese new year celebrations. Photo: AdobeStock

New Year is a joyful event that is celebrated globally, without any cultural or religious restrictions. People throw parties, enjoy countdowns to midnight and engage in various activities to celebrate it. In the Sinic world, Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year is particularly significant and has deep cultural and traditional roots. It is a time for families to gather, pay respect to their ancestors and welcome the arrival of spring. So, whether one celebrates with fireworks and parties on 1 January or enjoys traditional foods and dragon and lion dances during the Lunar New Year, both celebrations offer a wonderful opportunity to welcome the new year with joy and excitement.

Why is 2024 Lunar New Year called the Year of the Wood Dragon?

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Dragons at the Lantern Festival for the 2024 Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dragon in Shanghai, China, January 2024. Photo: Adobe Stock

The Chinese zodiac is a 12-year cycle that links each year to an animal sign. The 12 animal signs are Rat ( shu 鼠), Ox ( niu 牛), Tiger ( hu 虎), Rabbit ( tu 兔), Dragon ( long 龍), Snake ( she 蛇), Horse ( ma 馬), Sheep ( yang 羊), Monkey ( hou 猴), Rooster ( ji 雞), Dog ( gou 狗) and Pig ( zhu 豬). The order of the animal signs is fixed, with the Dragon being the fifth in the cycle, hence the Year of the Dragon ( longnian 龍年) in 2024. Last year, 2023, was the Year of the Rabbit ( tunian 兔年) and 2025 is the Year of the Snake ( shennian 蛇年).

Each year also corresponds to one of the five basic elements ( wuxing 五行) in Chinese cosmology, namely Metal ( jin 金), Wood ( mu 木), Water ( shui 水), Fire ( huo 火) or Earth ( tu 土), creating a 60-year cycle. The universe is believed to be composed of the five elements that interact with each other in a cyclical way. These five elements are the fundamental building blocks of everything around us. The 60-year cycle is a combination of the 12 animal signs and the five elements. The understanding and application of the five elements is an essential aspect of Chinese astrology, cosmology, medicine, philosophy, and feng shui in particular.

The Chinese lunisolar calendar determines the specific animal and element associated with a particular year. The Year of the Dragon in 2024 is associated with the element of Wood. The combination of the animal sign (Dragon) and the element (Wood) designates the year as the Year of the Wood Dragon.

The Lunar New Year will begin on 10 February in 2024. This marks the start of the Year of the Wood Dragon.

What are people born in the Year of the Dragon like?

Individuals born in the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac, are believed to possess certain characteristics and traits associated with the dragon. They tend to be ambitious, confident and charismatic. They possess an abundance of energy and enthusiasm while also displaying exceptional intelligence and power. They are naturally lucky and gifted, often accomplishing their endeavours with exceptional standards of excellence. However, they may also exhibit negative characteristics, such as arrogance, bigotry, dominance, irritability, and subjectivity, which may make them reluctant to accept defeat.

It is important to note that the characteristics and personality traits associated with the Chinese zodiac signs are generalisations. As with any cultural or astrological tradition, there exists a considerable degree of individual variability that should not be overlooked. Therefore, it is recommended to interpret the Chinese zodiac traits with a cultural understanding and a nuanced approach. The years of the dragon include: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000 and 2012.

What are the taboos during Year of the Dragon?

The Year of the Dragon is associated with various taboos that differ across locations and periods in the Sinic world. However, there is a general consensus on certain taboos one should observe:

  • Avoid using characters, and characters that contain the radicals, such as xu 戌 (weapon) or ge 戈 (halberd, spear, lance), and gou 狗 (dog) or quan 犬/ 犭 (dog) when naming a baby born in the Year of the Dragon. This is because chen 辰 and xu 戌are mutually exclusive in the Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches ( tiangan dizhi 天干地支 or simply ganzhi 干支)
  • Avoid placing the bed in the northwest corner when arranging the furniture in your bedroom, as the northwest is believed to belong to the Earthly Branch of xu 戌, which is associated with the zodiac animal of Dog in Chinese astrology. The Dragon corresponds to the Earthly Branch of chen 辰, which is mutually exclusive with xu 戌
  • Avoid wearing any jewellery that is shaped like a dog

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Don't get a puppy in the Year of the Dragon, no dog-shaped jewellery. Photo: AdobeStock

  • Avoid getting a new puppy
  • Avoid collaborating with or marrying people who were born in the Year of the Dog
  • Avoid collaborating with or marrying people who were born in the Year of the Tiger, because a competitive conflict can easily arise between the Dragon and the Tiger, known in Chinese as longhu dou 龍虎鬥, making collaboration or marriage difficult

Auspicious practices for 2024 Year of the Dragon: Wear yellow, decorate with blue

In Chinese astrology, every zodiac sign is associated with a lucky colour that can impact an individual’s prosperity and fortune. For those born in the Year of the Dragon in 2024, the auspicious colour is gold, which signifies success, wealth and honour. Gold is believed to possess strong positive energy and symbolises the sun and metal. It is considered a symbol of royalty, nobility and wealth, thus making it one of the most auspicious colours for the Dragon.

Yellow is also an auspicious colour for Earth, representing wealth, solidity and stability. Wearing yellow clothes or accessories and using yellow decorations in the home can help increase one’s luck in 2024. Yellow is linked with wealth and money and is one of the auspicious colours for the Dragon. Wearing yellow or using it in decorations can enhance connections and wealth, particularly for those who are starting a business or developing their careers.

Wear yellow in the Year of the Dragon 2024

Finally, blue is an auspicious colour for Water, representing youth, freshness, vitality and wisdom. Dragon individuals can choose to wear blue clothes and accessories or use blue decorations in their homes to enhance their personal aura and auspicious luck in 2024. Blue is considered a vibrant and energetic colour and is also one of the auspicious colours for the Dragon.

Associate Professor  Xiaohuan Zhao  is an expert in Chinese Literary and Theatre Studies in the  School of Languages of Culture . He is also a member of the  China Studies Centre  and  Sydney Southeast Asia Centre . His areas of research expertise include Chinese culture, literature and theatre. 

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CDC plans to drop five-day covid isolation guidelines

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Americans who test positive for the coronavirus no longer need to routinely stay home from work and school for five days under new guidance planned by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The agency is loosening its covid isolation recommendations for the first time since 2021 to align it with guidance on how to avoid transmitting flu and RSV, according to four agency officials and an expert familiar with the discussions.

CDC officials acknowledged in internal discussions and in a briefing last week with state health officials how much the covid-19 landscape has changed since the virus emerged four years ago, killing nearly 1.2 million people in the United States and shuttering businesses and schools. The new reality — with most people having developed a level of immunity to the virus because of prior infection or vaccination — warrants a shift to a more practical approach, experts and health officials say.

“Public health has to be realistic,” said Michael T. Osterholm, an infectious-disease expert at the University of Minnesota. “In making recommendations to the public today, we have to try to get the most out of what people are willing to do. … You can be absolutely right in the science and yet accomplish nothing because no one will listen to you.”

The CDC plans to recommend that people who test positive for the coronavirus use clinical symptoms to determine when to end isolation. Under the new approach, people would no longer need to stay home if they have been fever-free for at least 24 hours without the aid of medication and their symptoms are mild and improving, according to three agency officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to share internal discussions.

Here is the current CDC guidance on isolation and precautions for people with covid-19

The federal recommendations follow similar moves by Oregon and California . The White House has yet to sign off on the guidance that the agency is expected to release in April for public feedback, officials said. One agency official said the timing could “move around a bit” until the guidance is finalized.

Work on revising isolation guidance has been underway since last August but was paused in the fall as covid cases rose. CDC director Mandy Cohen sent staff a memo in January that listed “Pan-resp guidance-April” as a bullet point for the agency’s 2024 priorities.

Officials said they recognized the need to give the public more practical guidelines for covid-19, acknowledging that few people are following isolation guidance that hasn’t been updated since December 2021. Back then, health officials cut the recommended isolation period for people with asymptomatic coronavirus from 10 days to five because they worried essential services would be hobbled as the highly transmissible omicron variant sent infections surging. The decision was hailed by business groups and slammed by some union leaders and health experts.

Covid is here to stay. How will we know when it stops being special?

The plan to further loosen isolation guidance when the science around infectiousness has not changed is likely to prompt strong negative reaction from vulnerable groups, including people older than 65, those with weak immune systems and long-covid patients, CDC officials and experts said.

Doing so “sweeps this serious illness under the rug,” said Lara Jirmanus, a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School and a member of the People’s CDC, a coalition of health-care workers, scientists and advocates focused on reducing the harmful effects of covid-19.

Public health officials should treat covid differently from other respiratory viruses, she said, because it’s deadlier than the flu and increases the risk of developing long-term complications . As many as 7 percent of Americans report having suffered from a slew of lingering covid symptoms, including fatigue, difficulty breathing, brain fog, joint pain and ongoing loss of taste and smell, according to the CDC.

The new isolation recommendations would not apply to hospitals and other health-care settings with more vulnerable populations, CDC officials said.

While the coronavirus continues to cause serious illness, especially among the most vulnerable people, vaccines and effective treatments such as Paxlovid are available. The latest versions of coronavirus vaccines were 54 percent effective at preventing symptomatic infection in adults, according to data released Feb. 1, the first U.S. study to assess how well the shots work against the most recent coronavirus variant. But CDC data shows only 22 percent of adults and 12 percent of children had received the updated vaccine as of Feb. 9, despite data showing the vaccines provide robust protection against serious illness .

Coronavirus levels in wastewater i ndicate that symptomatic and asymptomatic infections remain high. About 20,000 people are still hospitalized — and about 2,300 are dying — every week, CDC data show. But the numbers are falling and are much lower than when deaths peaked in January 2021 when almost 26,000 people died of covid each week and about 115,000 were hospitalized.

The lower rates of hospitalizations were among the reasons California shortened its five-day isolation recommendation last month , urging people to stay home until they are fever-free for 24 hours and their symptoms are mild and improving. Oregon made a similar move last May.

California’s state epidemiologist Erica Pan said the societal disruptions that resulted from strict isolation guidelines also helped spur the change. Workers without sick leave and those who can’t work from home if they or their children test positive and are required to isolate bore a disproportionate burden. Strict isolation requirements can act as a disincentive to test when testing should be encouraged so people at risk for serious illness can get treatment, she said.

Giving people symptom-based guidance, similar to what is already recommended for flu, is a better way to prioritize those most at risk and balance the potential for disruptive impacts on schools and workplaces, Pan said. After Oregon made its change, the state has not experienced any disproportionate increases in community transmission or severity, according to data shared last month with the national association representing state health officials.

California still recommends people with covid wear masks indoors when they are around others for 10 days after testing positive — even if they have no symptoms — or becoming sick. “You may remove your mask sooner than 10 days if you have two sequential negative tests at least one day apart,” the California guidance states.

It’s not clear whether the updated CDC guidance will continue to recommend masking for 10 days.

Health officials from other states told the CDC last week that they are already moving toward isolation guidelines that would treat the coronavirus the same as flu and RSV, with additional precautions for people at high risk, said Anne Zink, an emergency room physician and Alaska’s chief medical officer.

Many other countries, including the United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Australia, made changes to isolation recommendations in 2022. Of 16 countries whose policies California officials reviewed, only Germany and Ireland still recommend isolation for five days, according to a presentation the California public health department gave health officials from other states in January. The Singapore ministry of health, in updated guidance late last year, said residents could “return to normal activities” once coronavirus symptoms resolve.

Even before the Biden administration ended the public health emergency last May, much of the public had moved on from covid-19, with many people having long given up testing and masking, much less isolating when they come down with covid symptoms.

Doctors say the best way for sick people to protect their communities is to mask or avoid unnecessary trips outside the home.

“You see a lot of people with symptoms — you don’t know if they have covid or influenza or RSV — but in all three of those cases, they probably shouldn’t be at Target, coughing, and looking sick,” said Eli Perencevich, an internal medicine professor at the University of Iowa.

Coronavirus: What you need to know

New covid variant: The United States is in the throes of another covid-19 uptick and coronavirus samples detected in wastewater suggests infections could be as rampant as they were last winter. JN.1, the new dominant variant , appears to be especially adept at infecting those who have been vaccinated or previously infected. Here’s how this covid surge compares with earlier spikes .

Covid ER visits rise: Covid-19, flu and RSV are rebounding in the United States ahead of the end-of-year holidays, with emergency room visits for the three respiratory viruses collectively reaching their highest levels since February.

New coronavirus booster: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that anyone 6 months or older get an updated coronavirus shot , but the vaccine rollout has seen some hiccups , especially for children . Here’s what you need to know about the new coronavirus vaccines , including when you should get it.

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