County Presentation Day

Congratulations to all who participated in the 2019 Colusa County Presentation Day!

Colusa County Presentation Day Final Results 2019

Colusa County Arbuckle Presentation Night Results 2019

We look forward to seeing anyone who received a gold medal at the Area Presentation Day on

May 11, hosted by Tehama County. Find out more information here.

 

 

Colusa County Presentation Day!

Date/Time: January 12, 2019, Registration starts at 8:30am

Location: Princeton High School

(252 Princeton Rd, Colusa, CA 95932)

This event is open to all 4-H'ers allowing youth to exhibit their communication and public speaking skills. Members plan and create a presentation with assistance from the California 4-H Presentation Manual. Pre-registration is required and 1 Adult evaluator per 5 members (or fraction of) is required by each club participating. This event is sponsored by the Colusa County 4-H Council.

Registration is now closed.

Registration link: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=26201

If you are interested in helping us at County Presentation Day, we have a few areas we still need help in:

  • Evaluator – Help evaluate the youth’s presentations and give constructive critiques (training is provided).
  • Room Coordinator – Keep all the presenters organized and introduce each presenter (training is provided, can be a youth senior member)
  • Registration – Help with registering presenters as they arrive (assistance and training provided).

Each club is required to have at least 1 volunteer for every 5 members participating in this event.

Volunteer link: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=26331

If you have any questions about County Presentation Day please contact the 4-H Office at 458-0570. Hope to see you there!

 

Need help choosing what kind of presentation to do?

Here is a helpful table from the Presentation Manual to help you decide!

CA 4-H Presentation Manual: http://4h.ucanr.edu/files/2193.pdf

Presentation Type

Posters and Slides

Visual Aids

Length

Number of Presenters

Questions

Note Cards

Attire

References

Demonstration

Minimum 4

Yes

3-15 min

1 to 3

Yes

No

Any

Yes

Illustrated Talk

Minimum 3

Yes (not required)

3-15 min

1 to 3

Yes

No

Any

Yes

Science or Engineering Presentation

Minimum 5

Yes (not required)

3-15 min

1 to 3

Yes

No

Any

Yes

Educational Display Talk

1

Yes (not required)

3-15 min total;

3-5 talking

1 to 2

Yes

No

No costumes

Yes

Informative Prepared Speech

None allowed

None

2-5 min; Maximum 10 min

1

Yes

One 5”x7” card

No costumes

Yes

Persuasive Prepared Speech

Allowed; optional

Yes (not required)

3-8 min; Maximum 15 min

1

Yes

One 5”x7” card

No costumes

Yes

Impromptu Speech (age restricted to intermediates and seniors at State 4-H Presentation Day)

None allowed

None

2-5 min

1

No

One 5”x7” card

No costumes

Yes

Interpretive Reading

None allowed

None (only reading material)

Maximum 10 min; reading portion similar to length of introduction and discussion combined

1

Yes

Source material

No costumes

Yes (Reading Material)

Share the 4-H Fun Skits

None required

Yes (not required)

Maximum 15 min

No max; 2 minimum

No

No

Costumes encouraged

No

Cultural Arts

None required

Yes (not required)

Maximum 15 min

No maximum

No

No

Costumes encouraged

No

 

Types of Presentations: (with video links of a “Gold” level presentation at the state level)

  • DEMONSTRATION (1-3 Presenters) Doing or showing how you make something. There is a final product.
  • ILLUSTRATED TALK (1-3 Presenters) Telling how with visuals aids, where you use charts, posters, photos, etc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_akso3tOJ0

  • SCIENCE OR ENGINEERING PRESENTATION (1-3 Presenters) Focuses on making sense of the world by constructing knowledge or finding a suitable solution to a problem by weighing design choices.
  • EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY TALK (1-2 Presenters) Organized visual presentation of a program or a concept. A display or visual should be designed to convey its message in a limited amount of time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SCraPwvGLY

  • INFORMATIVE PREPARED SPEECH (1 Presenter) Speaker will write and deliver their own speech that will inform or educate the audience on a single issue or topic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6I-G-PV-pc

  • PERSUASIVE PREPARED SPEECH (1 Presenter) Sway, convince, and influence the audience; politics and religion are not appropriate speech topics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDQmoNZ5YwU

  • IMPROMPTU SPEECH - Must be 11 years old or older. (1 Presenter) Developed Speech that the speaker has developed at Presentation Day within a three-minute preparation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYlbDr9_Zpc

  • INTERPRETIVE READING (1 Presenter) Speaker may read any publication written work that is age appropriate and acceptable for use in a public school classroom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7uoml3J5h4

  • SHARE THE 4-H FUN SKITS (2 Presenters minimum;no maximum) Groups perform acts such as skits and other presentations that focus on health, safety, community pride, citizenship, science, engineering, or technology or other 4-H projects.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08PZWoXKkco

  • CULTURAL ARTS (No maximum) Individual participants or groups, projects and clubs, perform a costumed dramatic reading, musical, dance or other such performing art.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnUvCiBr2MY

 

Previous Years Results:

2018 CA State Presentation Day results