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Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
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Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
Existentialism Intro Presentation
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English teachers need to rethink presentations. A slide slow (aka PowerPoint) is not a document or a handout on a screen; it is a digital story, a visual explanation that should complement what you …

English teachers need to rethink presentations. A slide slow (aka PowerPoint) is not a document or a handout on a screen; it is a digital story, a visual explanation that should complement what you say when you speak. This example, created for my AP Literature class, is based on lessons I learned from the book "Presentation Zen." Visit http://www.englishcompanion.com for more info.

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  • 1. existentialism <ul><li>an inquiry into purpose, meaning, truth, freedom, and faith </li></ul>
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  • 5. What is existentialism?
  • 6. WHO is considered an existentialist?
  • 7. Jesus, Buddha, and Krishna: Existentialists? But don’t existentialists believe that “ God is dead”?
  • 8. &nbsp;
  • 9. Authenticity
  • 10. Angst
  • 11. Anxiety
  • 12. Freedom
  • 13. Absurdity
  • 14. Five Themes of Existentialism Existence precedes essence. Time is of the essence. Emphasis is on identity and meaning. We are free but responsible. Ethical considerations are paramount.
  • 15. Five Themes of Existentialism Existence precedes essence. Time is of the essence. Ethical considerations are paramount. Emphasis is on identity and meaning. We are free but responsible.
  • 16. Five Themes of Existentialism Existence precedes essence. Time is of the essence. Emphasis is on identity and meaning. Ethical considerations are paramount. We are free but responsible.
  • 17. Five Themes of Existentialism Existence precedes essence. Time is of the essence. Emphasis is on identity and meaning. Ethical considerations are paramount. We are free but responsible.
  • 18. Five Themes of Existentialism Existence precedes essence. Time is of the essence. Ethical considerations are paramount. Emphasis is on identity and meaning. We are responsible for our own lives.
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  • 20. inquiry circles text

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