The big day has arrived. It is time to present your findings to the United Nations Environmental Council. You have done your research. You have discussed the significance of your findings and put together a professional presentation using those findings to answer the question:

Why Should This Biome Be Saved?

Your team has practiced their presentation and you are ready to persuade the UN Council that the biome should be preserved.
Here are some final reminders and hints:
  1. Do not read your presentation. Make eye contact with your audience and talk to them.
  2. Know your material. Be ready for questions from the audience.
  3. Speak with a clear voice that is loud enough to be heard in the back of the room.
  4. Review the presentation evaluation rubric so you know how your presentation will be evaluated.