Review the required and recommend readings you have been assigned throughout the course.Choose PowerPoint or Prezi to create your presentation.Be creative in your delivery. Include visuals, audio, and video, if you choose. Be thorough in your content. Be sure to addressthe required topics with critical thought, elaboration, and college-level writing. Choose an audienceto develop your presentation for from the following list:*Infant/toddler teachers*Pre-K teaching teachers*K through third teachers*Grades 4 through 8 teachers*Middle or high school teachers*Social workers*School counselorsYou can be creative but your presentation must include the following:*Title Slide*Opening Slide: State the purpose of the presentation for your chosen audience.*Professional Introduction (one slide): Design a professional introduction that acquaints yourself with your audience,highlighting your best attributes.*Organizational Plan (one to two slides): Summarize three physical areas in your learning environment and describe how they can be used to support language development and acquisition.*Strategies to Support Children (one slide): Propose three strategies you will implement to meet the language development needs of the children under your direction.*Supporting English Language Learners (one slide): Discuss five ways to support English language learners.*Supporting Families of English Language Learners (one to two slides): Explain four ways to support the families of English language learners.*Speech Disorder (two slides): Summarize one speech disorder from Section 8.2 of the text. In your summary, discuss the characteristics of the disorder, what children with the disorder may experience, how to support children with this disorder and one resource for families.*Language Disorder (two slides): Summarize one language disorder from Section 8.3 of the text. In your summary, discuss the characteristics of the disorder, what children with the disorder may experience, how to support children with this disorder, and one resource for families.*Family Centered Evening Plan (one slide): Discuss your plan for a family event (e.g., poetry night, family literacy night, author night, etc.) that would bring families together while facilitating language experiences.*Family Centered Evening Invitation (one slide): Create a poster, newsletter, or flyer to advertise this event to families. You may want to use the design website Canva to create the poster.*Language Development Resources (one slide): Locate three language development and/or acquisition resources. For each rsource include a one-sentence summary and an APA-formatted reference.*Belief Statement (one slide): Formulate your beliefs about your responsibility as an educator to support the language development of children in your classroom.*References Slide: Must use at least five scholarly sources in addition to the course text.