Stage 5: Present

Steps in this stage:

  • Write a good copy, presenting your information in the way the teacher has specified.
  • If you have a choice in your method of presentation, remember to show your teacher that you have done research and include what you have learned about the topic.
  • Read through the assignment task and the assessment criteria again, making sure your assignment includes everything it should.

Questions to ask:

  • Does my final product clearly show my understanding of the topic?
  • Is my final product interesting? If not, what could I do to make it more appealing?
  • Have I included all the necessary information in my assignment?
  • Have I included information that will appeal to my audience?

Physical Presentation Formats:


A good way to communicate what you have learned about your research topic if you have lots of photos or pictures to share. Find out how to create an eye-catching poster here.

Diary / Journal

A journal or diary entry can show a character’s thoughts and opinions about a topic, or it can be a personal recount of an event.


Brochures use text and pictures to inform your audience about a topic, and are a good choice if you don’t need to go into lots of detail. Find out more about creating great brochures here.

Essay / Report

Writing an essay or report is a good way to explore a topic in detail. See this list of tools to help you create a well-structured essay or report.


Digital Presentation Formats:

Visit the Presentation Tools page for apps and tools to help you create:

  • Websites
  • Digital posters and magazines
  • Slideshows
  • Videos
  • Interactive timelines
  • Apps
  • and more!

If you are under 13 years of age you will need parent permission to use these sites.

Presentation Tools Page