In this video, you will describe the possible benefits you and others could receive fromyour idea and what it will cost to implement it.
To begin, insert a slide for the benefits of your idea . . .
And add a title.
Then list four to five ways in which youridea will benefit you and the people that are involved. For example, you might describehow a class trip could allow students to visit historic sites they’ve learned about inschool.
Search the web for research that supportsthe benefits of your idea.
Finding evidence in favor of your idea can help convince peoplethat it’s worthwhile.
Select your information from reputable sources,such as universities, government agencies or academic journals.
Try to find at leasttwo sources for each piece of information you want to include in your presentation.
Checking more than one source helps confirm that the information is factual.
Add your findings to your list.
Also, include any benefits that your audienceand others may receive if your idea is implemented. For example, you might mention that parentswill be interested in providing their children the educational opportunity of a class trip.
When you’ve completed your list of benefits, format it with bullets.
Bullet points canmake a list of information easier to read.
Your idea may have many benefits, but it islikely to involve some costs, as well. Add a slide for the costs associated with youridea . . . And add a title.
List any costs it will take to make your idea a reality. This can include both money andtime.
It's important to tell your audience aboutthe costs involved with your idea upfront. Mentioning the costs makes it clear that you’veconsidered the idea carefully and want to be honest. It’s okay if you don’t haveinformation on exact amounts in an initial presentation such as this.
Format your list of costs with bullets.
Now, it’s your turn:Add a slide for benefits and title it, Search the web for research that supportsyour idea, List at least 4–5 benefits of your ideaand format your list with bullets, Add a slide for costs and title it,And describe the costs involved with your idea.