Why Public Presentations?
Improving public speaking through Public Presentations is a major focus of the Madison County 4-H Program. 4-H alumni often refer to Public Presentations as the most significant and valuable 4-H learning experience, more so than any other 4-H program. We believe developing this life skill is especially important, as speaking in front of a group is often uncomfortable or intimidating for most people, yet almost everyone is forced to speak in front of large groups at some point in time. All Madison County 4-H members are encouraged to participate in public presentations or Horse Communications, another presentation opportunity. The basic format of Horse Communications is the same, however the topic must be horse related and some of the rules vary. 4-H members can participate in Public Presentations, Horse Communications, or both. For more information, please contact the 4-H office.
Public Presentations should have the following format:
We encourage youth to participate in:
There are three basic types of presentations:
To find out more about regular presentations click here.
To find out more about Horse Communications check out the rule book.
For more information: publicpresentationsinfo.pdf
For tips and tricks: Public Presentations
Last updated December 6, 2022