Presenting with Prezi

  First step to making your Prezi

  • Choose a design for your Prezi.

  • Designs are readily available with lots to choose from.

  • This makes the design part simple. You choose a layout and then fill in your information where you want it.

  • You can add extra text / image boxes to each section.

  • What next?

    • At the beginning, your Prezi will look like one slide.  Like a single slide in a powerpoint presentation. This is your big picture.

    • To the left you will see a continuous roll of what resemble slides, like in powerpoint.

    • In this example, each of the slides to the left, represent each of the circles you see on the big picture.

    • These slides to the left also represent the order your show will follow. As you play the show, each of these areas in your big picture will be zoomed in on.

    • Adding Images to your Prezi

      • Choose which area (in this case which circle) you want your image to be in.

      • Once you have chosen the area, simply click the icon at the top of the page that says ‘insert’.

      • Presentation

        • Final steps are just playing around with your Prezi, adding color, changing sizes, font sizes etc.

        • Click on the ‘present’ at the top to see your Prezi in action.

        • Screen one will be the big picture.

Public Speaking

I am responsible for all that I do,

from turning in work to making friends too.

I choose if my room will be messy or clean,

I make the choice to be kind or mean.

It is up to me just how much I will learn,

the grades that I get will be grades that I earn.

I make the choice to be happy or sad,

to have a good day or have one that is bad.

So now I will choose what is best for me.

I am responsible.

I hold the key.

I am Responsible (Word.doc)



Public Speaking


I’m Late For School

I got up late for school today,
And nearly missed the bus!
I hurried down the stairs,
Wolfed my toast, and caused a fuss!

I quickly threw books in my bag,
My pens, my lunch and shorts.
Grabbed my coat from out the cupboard,
Took my bat and ball for sports.

I slid across the kitchen floor,
And hopped around the cat!
Then expertly rolled over,
Jumped back up and grabbed my hat!

I belted out of our front door,
Spun round and swung it shut.
Saw the bus was waiting for me,
I felt I had time to strut!

I climbed aboard and then froze still,
And knew that things weren’t right!
My friends fell down in fits of fun,
And pointed with delight!

My face went red, I couldn’t breathe,
For in my haste I knew!
I’d forgotten to wear trousers,
Jumper, shirt, my socks and shoes!

©2003 Gareth Lancaster

1) Articulate your words

2)) Read with expression and emotion

3) Stand tall and proud


Public Speaking Task 18/3


Task: Decide which part you would like to read on this special gathering – blog your first 3 preferences.

 P1: Harmony Day is held every year on 21 March to coincide with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

P2:The message of Harmony Day is everyone belongs. It’s a day to celebrate Australia’s diversity – a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.

P3 This year is our 15th anniversary. We want to take this opportunity to thank our community and the people who have made Eatons Hill SS what it is, and look to our shared future.

P4  Did you know: around 45 per cent of Australians were born overseas or have at least one parent who was.

  • P5 85 per cent of Australians agree multiculturalism has been good for Australia.
  • P6 Apart from English the most common languages spoken in Australia are Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Vietnamese, Tagalog/Filipino, Spanish and Hindi
  • P7 More than 60 Indigenous languages are spoken in Australia
  • P8 92 per cent of Australians feel a great sense of belonging to our country?
  • p9 School/Vice  Cpt How does Australia make people feel welcome?
  • p10) School/Vice Cpt What does harmony mean @ EHSS?

P11) We hope you enjoy living in a safe and supportive country where cultural diversity is valued.  Thank you.