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TALLER DE INVESTIGACIÓN ITEMA II. ESTRUCTURA DEL PROTOCOLO DE INVESTIGACIÓN

2.7 BOSQUEJO DEL MÉTODO

Dora María Rodriguez Sánchez

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With Genially templates, you can include visual resources that will leave your audience speechless. You can also highlight specific phrases or data that will be etched into your audience's memory, and even embed external content that will surprise them: videos, photos, audios... Whatever you want!Visual content is a universal and cross-cutting language, just like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

Animate your content and take it to the next level

WOW Effect

'Your content is liked, but only hooks if it's interactive'- Genially

Here you can include arelevant data to highlight

Use an image

Provide context for your topic

And use this space to describe it. You can upload an image from your computer or use the resources available in Genially, on the left side of the tool. Leave the whole class speechless!

'Including quotes always strengthens our presentation. Breaks the monotony'

- Always cite the author

Structureyour content

Sections like this will help youto get organized

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Relevant data

Contextualize your topic with a subtitle

You can express numbers like this

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Visual information is better assimilated

Much of the information we assimilate comes to us through sight.Use graphics in the classroom!

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shopping is emotional

The passion that storytelling provokes is our ally to influence the process of teaching and learning.

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Synthesis and organization, the two pillars for presenting

Provide context for your topic

Although you should not abuse bulletpoints, icons and diagrams can be great allies when presenting.

Beingsvisual

We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

Beingsnarratives

We tell thousands and thousands of stories. 2/3 of our conversations are stories.

Beingssocial

We need to interact with each other. We learn collaboratively.

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Generate learning experienceswith your content

They make your content more memorable

Measure results and experiment

Illustrate what you want to tell

Interactivity + animation = motivation

They allow to synthesize content

Make your class think and learn

They keep the brain awake

Text + icons

Provide context to your topic

Although you should not abuse bulletpoints, icons and schemes can be great allies when it comes to telling stories.

Generate experiences

Generate learning experiences with your content

Measure results

Measure results and experiment

Interactivity + animation

Interactivity + animation= motivation

Activate and amaze

Activate and surprise the class

Synthesis and organization

Write a subtitle that provides more information

Visual beings

We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

Narrative beings

We teach through stories. They entertain us and help us stayfocused.

Social beings

We need to interact with each other. We learn collaboratively.

Digital beings

We aim to avoid being part of the content saturation in the digital world.

Make your class think and learn

Keep the brain awake

Interactivity and animation can be your best allies when creating tables, infographics or graphics that help provide context to the topic or unit, as well as simplify information to make it more understandable. We are visual beings and we find it easier to 'read' images than to read written text.

An awesome presentation:
  • It is clear and structured.
  • Presents information in an organized way.
  • Engages the whole class.
  • Adapts fonts and color to the theme.
  • Includes images and entertains.
  • Represents data and information visually.
  • Uses timelines.
  • Is animated and interactive.
  • Excites the brain through multimedia elements.
  • Does NOT exceed with bullet points 🙃​.

Measure results and experiment

Illustrate what you want to tell

If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you practice your voice and rehearse: the best improvisation is always the most rehearsed!

Interactivity + animation = motivation

Allow to synthesize content

Demonstrate enthusiasm, smile, and maintain eye contact with the rest of the people in the classroom can be your best allies when it comes to presenting content and creating motivating learning experiences. With that and some interactive content up to par, there will be no class that can resist you!

Generate learning experiences with your content

Make your content more memorable

Use graphics in your presentation. Data, figures, numbers... can also be displayed visually, interactively, and animated. And that has a great advantage: you will simplify the information and make it more understandable for the whole class.

Use graphics in your presentation

Provide context for your topic

Data, figures, numbers... can also be displayed visually, interactively, and animated. And that has a great advantage: you will simplify the information and make it more understandable for the whole class.Statistics help expose and contrast data in a more visual way.A plus: always try to include the source.

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Visual information is better assimilated

Use graphics in your presentation

Provide context for your topic

Data, figures, numbers... they can also be displayed in a visual, interactive and animated way. And that has a great advantage: you will simplify the information and make it more understandable for the whole class.Statistics help to expose and contrast data in a more visual way.An added bonus: always try to include the source.

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