PowerPoint Presentations

Next week, as part of the lesson plan you are creating, you will be making a twenty-slide PowerPoint presentation to introduce your topic.

Go to The Best Sources Of Advice For Making Good Presentations. Read the articles and review the presentations specifically related to making a good PowerPoint. Write the five most important things you learned in the comments section of this post.

After you have completed seeing all the links related to PowerPoints, go to the other sites about making good presentations. Make a separate comment about the five most important things you learn from them.


  1. maureen xiong Said,

    May 27, 2011@ 5:20 pm      Reply

    From looking at these powerpoint advices sites, they’ve taught me that it is more professional to have a powerpoint, it’s better to come prepared, bring a water bottle with you to your class so you could sip on when you are having your presentation, remebr to breathe, & also get enthusiastic.

  2. rOsA cArRiLl0 Said,

    May 27, 2011@ 5:32 pm      Reply

    5 things i learn

    1.No more than six words on a slide. EVER
    2.No cheesy images. Use professional stock photo images.
    3.No dissolves, spins or other transitions.
    4.Sound effects can be used a few times per presentation, but never use the sound effects that are built in to the program.
    5.Don’t hand out print-outs of my slides.

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