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  • The camera will adjust to the lightest object…and anything darker looses definition
  • Having a background darker than your subject’s face let’s you show the detail better.
  • Less is more Use photos of high quality images, and just a few words Use images, and speak, rather than having words -Ditch the bullet points!
  • Too much text, too small, with a lousy clip art graphic
  • The many errors of this slide, It reproduces a format for maximizing chart paper, but it is ill-suited to an online chart—there is too much information, it needs to be broken down into chunks. The color contrast makes the text stand out…too much, it almost hurts your eyes! Bullet points are not this slides friends
  • Notice this is *just* one line of the text, not the whole thing

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  • Beyond PowerPoint : Taking Presentations to the Next Level June 2010 - Alice Mercer - cc license
  • http://mercertraining.edublogs.org
  • Agenda:
      • Intro and basic elements (10 minutes)
      • Explore some resources (30 minutes)
      • Discussion about what you learned (10 minutes)
      • Ten minute break (10 minutes)
      • Create a project based on what we’ve learned about (60 minutes)
  • Visual literacy . . . It’s not what you say, but how you say it!
  • Layout and Design How to make it look good
  • Perseverance
    • It’s worth the effort!
    • Just try it!
    • No pain; no gain!
  • Always try your best!
  • Your eye moves in a Z…
  • Your eye moves in a Z…
  • Your eye moves in a Z…
  • Your eye moves in a Z…
  • Your eye moves in a Z… … across the page
  • Your eye moves in a Z… … across the page
  • Layout and Design How to make it look good How to make it look good
  • Layout and Design How to make it look good How to make it look good
  • Layout and Design How to make it look good How to make it look good
  • Always try your best!
  • Always try your best!
  • Always try your best!
  • Pay attention to background…
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  • Pay attention to background…
  • The tripod is your friend…
  • Leave space for action…
  • Leave space for action…
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  • What's in a name?
    • That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet;
  • Five rules for charts with words
    • Think outside the chart paper box;
    • More slides are better;
    • But, use fewer words per slide;
    • Make sure the font is at least 28 point;
    • Don’t read the chart to fluent-adult readers! Do chorale or cloze with kids.
  • Word Knowledge
    • Grade 5, Unit 5 - Lesson 2
    • Line 1: night knight plains planes tale tail
    • Line 2: buffalo deer bison elk fish
    • Line 3: stretch watch stitch notch match
    • Line 4: disappear disagree displease mistreat mistook
    • Sentence 1: Last night the brave knight told us a tale.
    • Sentence 2: The Plains Indians depended on the buffalo for most of their needs.
    • Sentence 3: The women would stretch and stitch the skins of bison to make clothing.
    • Sentence 4 : It would displease our parents if they thought we would mistreat our little sister.
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • stretch
    • watch
    • stitch
    • notch
    • match
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • stretch
    • watch
    • stitch
    • notch
    • match
    • The pattern is… These words have the /ch/ sound spelled tch , which occurs only at the end of words or syllables.