Task 3: PowerPoint (presentation tools). Presenting Ms. Jondahl’s Class. Welcome to Room 309’s Open House. Ms. Jondahl’s Background Daily Schedule What is taught Rules Notes to Parents Continue. Continued. Scheduled conference times State Standards What to expect in the year to come
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- Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education
-speciality in Language Arts
Nellie Stone Johnson
Your Kids had a great input on these rules.
LizzyNotes to Parents
I just wanted to thank you for all your hard work. It is great to know that there are parents out there that are so willing to help their children succeed. Again thank you for putting in that extra help at home.
Note about school
Note about what to expect in conference
2003 Microsoft Office Clipart
I believe power point is a very useful tool when it comes to giving speeches. It is nice to have an outline to go off of. For a young student who has stage fright power point is very useful. However a student must be reminded that it is not a place to put every single thing they want to talk about. When there is to much writing on a power point people become distracted or bored with what they are seeing. The key is to have as few words as possible and more pictures. Pictures take the attention off the speaker which may help those who are frightened.