Evidence of Learning: Presentation As a guideline, the presentation should last up to three minutes per student including time set aside for engagement with the audience. Teacher support for the student’s communication, in the form of questions or interventions, may be part of the presentation. A student may speak with or without notes, and a reading of a prepared script is allowable. Students can use Use apply knowledge or rules to put theory into practice a range of different support materials and tools, such as stimulus material, digital technology Digital technology A set of technological tools and resources used to communicate, and to create, disseminate, store, and manage information, for example, mobile phones, apps, tablets and computers , tabular or graphic representations, posters, or storyboard, taking into account a school’s unique context and the abilities and interests of the individual students. The use Use apply knowledge or rules to put theory into practice of different support materials to support the oral presentation is encouraged and rewarded when used to scaffold the presentation where appropriate.