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Oconee County 4-H

Oconee County 4-H . Finding Your Way to CPA. County Project Achievement. Most Cloverleaf Project Presentations are Illustrated Talks A Presentation using posters or other props. County Project Achievement. CPA is A great way to teach something you know. Showing and telling how.

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Oconee County 4-H

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  1. Oconee County 4-H Finding Your Way to CPA

  2. County Project Achievement Most Cloverleaf Project Presentations are Illustrated Talks • A Presentation using posters or other props

  3. County Project Achievement CPA is • A great way to teach something you know. • Showing and telling how. • Sharing your experiences.

  4. County Project Achievement CPA will help you to • Learn to research a project. • Organize ideas. • Develop public speaking skills. • Gain self-confidence.

  5. County Project Achievement Getting started . . .

  6. 1. Pick a Project • There are over 60 to choose from! • Pick something that you enjoy.

  7. Choose from over 60! Agriculture Awareness Flowers, Shrubs & Lawns Outdoor Survival Skills Air Science Food for Health & Sport Paleontology Archaeology Food for the Family Performing Arts - General Arts Food Safety & Preservation Performing Arts - Instrumental Beef Forest Resources & Wood Science Performing Arts - Vocal Between Meal Snacks Fresh Water Fish & Shellfish Photography Bicycle Fruits, Vegetables & Nuts Plants, Soils & Fertilizers Cat Care General Recreation Pork Production Clothing & Textiles General Science Poultry & Egg Science Communications Geology Power & Energy Companion Animals Health Public Speaking Computers History Rabbits Conservation & Recycling Horse Safety Crafts Housing, Equipment & Environment Sheep & Meat Goats Creative Stitchery Human Development Sports Dairy & Milk Science Interior Design Target Sports Dairy Foods International Time & Money Management Dog Care & Training Marine & Coastal Ecology Using Water Wisely Electric/Electronic Ocean Ecology Veterinary Science Entomology Outdoor Recreation Wildlife Workforce Preparation

  8. Project Objectives To find out details of each project go to: www.georgia4h.org/public/more/guidebook/cloverleafprojectachievement.html Some projects do not require a demonstration: • Between Meal Snacks – Prepare a Nutritious Snack • Creative Stitchery – Sew a Garment or Item • Performing Arts – Sing, Dance or Play a Musical Instrument

  9. 2. Narrow your subject down. - Be specific - Be creative Take the Bite Out of Your New Puppy. Grooming and Bathing a Dog. Healthy Lifestyles for Pampered Pets. Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks.

  10. 3. Develop Your Project • Collect information on your topic • Use books, magazines and the internet • Interview experts in the field • Use an outline to organize your thoughts. • Introduction • Body • Conclusion

  11. The Introduction • Hook the audience. • Introduce yourself. • Tell why the topic is important to you. • Tell what your demonstration will cover.

  12. The Body • Now you can tell the how and why. • Tell of the materials or ingredients that you will need. • Be specific in describing your steps. • Share your experiences. • Be sure to keep it all in a logical order.

  13. The Conclusion • Summarize your main points. • Refer back to your opening hook. • Leave your audience wanting to hear more. or take action on your topic.

  14. Visual Aids • Make your posters eye-catching and to the point. • Use only one or two colors. • Words and pictures must be big enough to be seen from a distance. • Use easy to understand words. • Present only main ideas.

  15. Poster Pointers • Use plain type, not fancy printing. • Big and simple is best! • Backgrounds look good with light colors: • Yellow, Orange and Light Blue • Use dark colors for type: • Blue, Green or Purple

  16. Posters Should Look Like This:

  17. Presentation Tips • Stand Up Tall. • Speak Clearly. • Annunciate each word. • Use the tone of your voice to help get your point across. • Don’t forget to pause at the end of sentences. • Make Eye Contact.

  18. Scoring • Appearance – 10% • Visual Aids – 10% • Delivery – 10% • Orderly Progress – 10% • Accuracy of Information – 15% • Coverage of Subject – 25% • Knowledge of Subject – 15% • Time Limit –5% • Demonstrations must be no longer than 6 minutes. • Performing Arts time limit is 4 minutes.


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