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  1. Sample Power PointPresentations How to make your presentation better.

  2. I. What to do for your student teaching Power Point • Keep it simple! • Make sure you understand all the words and concepts you are using! DON’T INCLUDE ANYTHING IN YOUR PRESENATION YOU CANNOT EXPLAIN! • Make sure the print and visuals are readable. • Use a large font (i.e. Ariel 20 font) or larger. Ariel 10 font 20 font 30 font 40 font

  3. Adding visuals help clarify information. • Make sure the pictures match the topic. Don’t use a 2009 shuttle picture when talking about a 1960s capsule. • Don’t skew the pictures! 2000s 1960s

  4. What NOT to do… There are too many words and references to people and places that are not important. Foreign Affairs • Those invasions led to the toppling of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and the removal of Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq. • In late 2002 and early 2003, Bush urged the United Nations to enforce Iraqi disarmament mandates, precipitating a diplomatic crisis. In November 2002, Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei led UN weapons inspectors in Iraq, but were forced to depart the country four days prior to the U.S. invasion, despite their requests for more time to complete their tasks. The U.S. initially sought a UN Security Council resolution authorizing the use of military force but dropped the bid for UN approval due to vigorous opposition from several countries.

  5. Improved slide… Foreign Affairs • Bush faced two significant challenges: • Taliban in Afghanistan and finding Osama bin Laden 2. Iraqi “weapons of mass destruction” and Saddam Hussein’s refusal to cooperate w/ UN inspections

  6. By comparing the two slides it is easy to see which is preferable. Both contain the same important information only one is easier to understand. • Bush faced two significant challenges: • Taliban in Afghanistan & finding Osama bin Laden 2. Iraqi “weapons of mass destruction” and Saddam Hussein’s refusal to cooperate w/ UN inspections • Those invasions led to the toppling of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and the removal of Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq. • In late 2002 and early 2003, Bush urged the United Nations to enforce Iraqi disarmament mandates, precipitating a diplomatic crisis. In November 2002, Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei led UN weapons inspectors in Iraq, but were forced to depart the country four days prior to the U.S. invasion, despite their requests for more time to complete their tasks. The U.S. initially sought a UN Security Council resolution authorizing the use of military force but dropped the bid for UN approval due to vigorous opposition from several countries.

  7. II. Presentation should include: • Material prepared (#10) — Staple together: Rubric, a copy (6 slides to a page) of your Power Point, student notes (6 slides to a page) • PowerPoint: Content (#1-7)- make it interesting • Depth of knowledge (#6) -- read section, research terms on the internet; know more about your subject than what is in the textbook • Maps, audio, or video (#7) –include more than just bulleted points; try to include related material (i.e. Elvis Presley-play one of his songs; Kennedy’s assassination—video clip). Keep the clip 2-3 minutes long. • Student notes (#8) – duplicate your PowerPoint, remove pictures, condense PowerPoint to 6 slides, and take out some words so students have to fill in some of the words • Review Questions (#5) – Make review cards, crossword puzzles, matching, etc. Take this opportunity to make sure your students understood what you taught. • Teaching (#9) – within time (25 minutes); staying on task; creative