–Drawings- if you are even slightly artistic this is a good way. You might make graphics such as flow charts, arrows, Venn diagrams - anything that will help your prospective "mates" understand who you are.
–Other visuals such as photos from the internet, illustrations of concepts, etc.
–Shape - in the past some students have effectively demonstrated their term/concept by creating their placard(s) in an interesting shape related to the term
–Words - you could make a "wordle" type visual (word cloud) or draw one that demonstrates that other important terms have a strong relationship to yours.
–Graphs or charts- if you feel visualizing data would help others understand your term
–Map(s)- Love these, of course!
–Any other creative ideas! Examples that illustrate your term/concept are always helpful (to your peers and your grade)
–The word itself should be very large and prominently displayed, and you also must include the definition
–Be ready to introduce yourself to others as your term. Also, be prepared with some good answers to the following questions:
–Where are you from?
–What do you think are your best qualities?
–If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
–Where do you see yourself in ten years?
–What are you looking for in a mate?
–Why do you think most relationships between terms fail?
–How do you see yourself evolving?
–If I was to pursue a relationship with you, what would I have to look forward to?