Lesson 16: Creating Campaigns

Lesson 16

Take Action - Creating Campaigns

Creating Visuals for
Informal Pitches

Objectives

After this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Collaborate to create visuals for their informal pitch

Overview/Purpose:
Students learn how to use presentation tools and visuals to support their presentation. They also will be introduced to a Creative Activist Toolkit, “Perfect Your Pitch”.
Guiding Questions:
  • How can visuals enhance the meaning and message of a pitch?
Recommended Time:
90-135 minutes

Common Core State Standards:
Materials:
Technology Required:
Computers recommended
Lessons design:
  • Explain that visuals strengthen an informal pitch when they are used in meaningful ways.

  • Often, presenters will create a visual tool to complement their pitch. Use PowerPoint, Smartboard Notebooks or Google Presentation to support your pitch with visual aides. A well-crafted visual aide is not a script, but a visual tool that guides and complements a presentation.

  • Guide students on how to access ‘Perfect Your Pitch’, a Creative Activist Toolkit, that will support them in creating an effective and inspiring pitch.

  • Groups will use “Perfect Your Pitch” to start crafting their own presentation materials. Groups should delegate responsibilities among their members in preparation for developing their pitch.
Rock Your World is a program of Creative Visions
Rock Your World is a Program of Creative Visions, a 501(c) (3) organization that supports creative activists - individuals who use the power of media and arts to create positive change in the world.
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