The Most   Effective Digital                     Student                     Projects                           Ever!     ...
All AboutCheetahsBy John Doe Student                      Image by                      John W. Siu
predator
camouflage
cubs
72mph
“My students can’t remember that!”
Carnivores
Eyes&Ears
Cheetahs•Cheetahs are large cats•Cheetahs live in Africa and the Middle East•They like to live in grasslands•Cheetahs can ...
Image Credits             Image CreditsMultiple Images: www.photoxpress.comFlickr Spelling: Erik KastnerFlowers, Slide 4:h...
Image Credits    Image Credits                         cont.Thinking Stick Figure:Gisela Giardino- http://www.flickr.com/p...
Resources:       Image CreditsGarr ReynoldsDon McMillan- Death by PowerpointNancy DuarteSeth GodinJohn Medina- brainrules....
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A sample presentation to show your students. One word: Simplicity
THIS IS JUST THE SAMPLE STUDENT PRESENTATION, not the actual presentation given on how to do this. Curious about more? email me. :)

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  • Frontal set eyes and ears
  • Cheetahs are the fastest land animal. They can run up to 72 miles per hour. That’s as fast as you drive on the highway (even when speeding).
  • The eyes and ears of the cheetah face forward so they can track their prey, the animals they hunt for food.
  • Effective student projects.SAMPLE ONLY

    1. 1. The Most Effective Digital Student Projects Ever! *sampleDave Kootman, 2011
    2. 2. All AboutCheetahsBy John Doe Student Image by John W. Siu
    3. 3. predator
    4. 4. camouflage
    5. 5. cubs
    6. 6. 72mph
    7. 7. “My students can’t remember that!”
    8. 8. Carnivores
    9. 9. Eyes&Ears
    10. 10. Cheetahs•Cheetahs are large cats•Cheetahs live in Africa and the Middle East•They like to live in grasslands•Cheetahs can run up to 72 miles per hour•The cheetah cannot roar, but it does makeother sounds•Cheetahs hunt medium sized animals likegazelles and impala Images- www.computerclipart.com Flickr.com/dwsiu
    11. 11. Image Credits Image CreditsMultiple Images: www.photoxpress.comFlickr Spelling: Erik KastnerFlowers, Slide 4:http://www.flickr.com/photos/increations/Question Mark Head:http://saharareporters.com/sites/default/files/page_images/news/2011/QuestionMark_7.jpg?1314498268Cheetah and cubs, page 6Scenic Reflectionshttp://www.scenicreflections.com/files/cheetah_and_cubs_Wallpaper_2w1oe.jpgCheetah, page 7:http://www.preventishoes.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/1212398071_1024x768_cheetah-king.jpgSmiley face image:www.in.comhttp://im.in.com/media/download/wallpapers/2009/Dec/smiley-face_06-e_420x315.jpg
    12. 12. Image Credits Image Credits cont.Thinking Stick Figure:Gisela Giardino- http://www.flickr.com/photos/gi/Clock:Morgue File, bluescreen http://morguefile.com/archive/display/70997
    13. 13. Resources: Image CreditsGarr ReynoldsDon McMillan- Death by PowerpointNancy DuarteSeth GodinJohn Medina- brainrules.netDavid Jakes- jakesonline.org
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