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directions Read the description below.  Look at the examples of the various ways that information is communicated.  Read the choosing the method of communication section (Step 1).  You will find information on how to go about each step for the method of presentation that you choose.   
description In this section, you will find information on how to select and produce an effective presentation of your research based on various factors like audience, time limit, external requirements and resources.
examples

Nice Rice This project first explored the effects of humidity and time on levels of enzyme activity in rice, using an azocasein hydrolysis assay. The levels of protein in each of the different types of rice were then measured using a Bradford reagent. This data was used to determine the necessary sample quantities to be used in zymography, to compare the size of the protein molecules with those of known markers. Finally, the effect of different known and unknown protease inhibitors on rice were tested using the same azocasein assay in hopes of finding some food-grade possibility for industrial use in developing countries

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methodology
Step 1

Choose the best method to communicate and present your research.

  • Think about what information or results you are presenting.
  • Consider who will be your audience.
  • Determine the best presentation tool to meet those needs.
Step 2

Create your presentation.

  • Map out or storyboard your information.
  • Find appropriate graphics and multimedia to engage your audience.
  • Proof your presentation several times.
Step 3

Present your findings.

 

Step 4

Engage your audience and respond to feedback.

student resources
teacher resources

Unit Overview and Lessons are available in BCPSOne.