I'll try to help.
Positions: Supine, Lateral, Prone, Knee to chest, lithotomy, fetal, Sims... that's all I can think of on top of my head. ( Your Fundamentals of Nursing Book has lots of them)
Snellan Chart - to check their vision
Ophthalmoscope- to check for red reflex, PERRLA
Tuning Fork for Weber Test and Rinne Test
Otoscope to look into the ear canal
Tools for taking vitals:
Blood pressure cuff
To check temperature:
You can use- Oral digital thermometer, tympanic ( ear) thermometer, temporal thermometer
To check the pulse, no tools needed or you can use a pulse oximetry
Respiration: You count the number of breath the make by watching their chest move. If you have a problem by just looking, put your hand on their chest and feel their chest rise.
I know I'm probably missing alot of things that you are asking, hopefully someone else will chime in. Good Luck with your presentation