Correct Answer - Option 4 : All the above
The typical reasons for giving a presentation are to inform, persuade, motivate and entertain. Presenting information captures the audience's attention and maintains their interest through the entire oral presentation by defining the purpose clearly.
|By drawing figure
- A Figure refers to any other form of presentation such as a bar or pie chart, a graph, a diagram, a map, a photograph, a line drawing, or a sample of material.
- The advantage of figures is to make a greater impact than just words.
|By drawing table
- The tables are self-explanatory.
- It include a title informing what is being described and where, as well as the number of observations and when data were collected.
|By drawing a flow chart of processes
- Flow charts are simple diagrams that map out a process so that you can easily communicate it to other people.
To draw a flow chart, one needs to identify the tasks and decisions that one makes during a process, and write them down in order.
- It contains both table and figures, and make students more interested in learning.
Therefore, it is clear that the students can be motivated to present information by drawing figures, tables, and flowcharts of processes. As all of these will develop the interest of students in learning and also enhance their creativity. They will also help the students to leave an impact on their teacher using their skills and help them in a better expression of their thoughts.
Thus, all of the above is correct.