PROCESS OF PRESENTATION | ARGUMENTATIVE AND PECHA KUCHA

an argumentative essay is a type of writing that demands students to research a topic, gather, develop, and evaluate evidence, and provide a clear perspective on the topic.

an argumentative essay is a type of writing that demands students to research a topic, gather, develop, and evaluate evidence, and provide a clear perspective on the topic.

Argumentative essay projects usually necessitate substantial literature or previously published material study. Empirical research may be required for argumentative assignments, in which the student obtains data through interviews, surveys, observations, or experiments. The detailed study allows the student to learn about the topic and grasp various points of view on it so that she or he may take a position and back it up with evidence gathered throughout the research. This is one of the aspects, who can research about a topic and write about a topic should very well be able to speak about a topic in such a way that it engages the audience and attracts their confidence throughout the presentation.

To master this there is a technique called Pecha Kucha” developed by the Japanese. Pecha Kucha (Japanese for "chit conversation") is the fastest-growing storytelling platform in the world, with millions of users.

Pecha Kucha is what "Show and Tell" has always aspired to be.

There are 20 slides in all. Each slide gets 20 seconds of commentary. That is all there is to it. Simple. Engaging. Creating genuine connections.

Pecha Kucha is an excellent tool for sharing passions and imparting knowledge.

In less than 7 minutes, global innovators use the Pecha Kucha platform to produce strong, visually appealing stories that move audiences. A Pecha Kucha presentation uses images and efficient spoken words to create a presentation that is seamless, memorable, meaningful, and concise. It's a fantastic way to teach kids how to make the finest presentations possible for class projects.

Intellect to write and confidence to speak are complementary to each other and when someone masters the argumentative essay and Pecha Kucha technique simultaneously, makes them the top-notch presenter and an essayist who can attract his/her viewer with his intellect and communication skill.


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