Until this year I have never heard of a "Pecha Kucha" presentation. At first when I found out that we had to do a ten slide presentation with twenty seconds for each slide, I was kind of stressed out. I thought it sounded really hard, and as the time for that project grew nearer and I still did not know a whole lot about my topic, I started to kind of freak out.
However, this week we talked more about what a Pecha Kucha presentation really is, and I realized it was not going to be hard at all. Sure, I will be slightly nervous since I will have to present in front of the class, but considering other presentations we have had to do, this should be a breeze. It is going to be fairly short, and it is about a topic that we got to chose, which will make things so much easier. It will actually be kind of fun to present, since I will be talking about something I am interested in.
Going over what a Pecha Kucha presentation really is has helped me to gain an understanding on how to put the project together. I have a better understanding on how to go about even starting the whole project as well.
There are a few key points that I will need to go over throughout the presentation. When I found this out, and I read through what I will have to be presenting on, I felt so relieved. At first I thought the presentation was going to be super hard, but looking at those key points, I feel like it is actually going to be really easy.