Communicating Ideas 02
This KS3 Design and Technology quiz takes a second look at communicating ideas. When written material forms an important part of your presentation, it should be laid out clearly and logically to help others understand your proposals. When you start to prepare your presentation, make some rough notes and sketch some different design layouts. A good written presentation would also contain graphics, including charts, images and diagrams, but only if they help to explain or describe your ideas.
A written presentation should also contain white space (blank areas on the page). This makes it easier to follow, a page that is full of small text in many different colours and no white space would be difficult to read. Key points about your design can be presented as short sentences in a list . Facts and figures can be quite boring so livening them up by making them into a graphic is always a good idea.