How to Make a PowerPoint

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This was a short PowerPoint I put together to share with students about how (and how not) to create an effective PowerPoint presentation - to get away from the PowerPoint being the presentation …

This was a short PowerPoint I put together to share with students about how (and how not) to create an effective PowerPoint presentation - to get away from the PowerPoint being the presentation itself.

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  • A little introduction on what you might want to think about when creating a PowerPoint. Wow, isn’t this a pretty title slide? Keep it in mind – I’ll ask you later about it.

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  • 1. How to Make a PowerPoint It’s Awesome!
  • 2. What is PowerPoint?
    • A program for assisting with presentations.
    • A program for communicating large amounts of numbers and information easily.
    • A program for creating electronic reports.
    • A program for adding lots of animation and colors to text to get the audience’s attention.
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    • In 1754, war erupted between the English and the French. The conflict was known as the French and Indian War. The fighting lasted until 1763, when Britain and her colonists emerged victorious. The victory let to growing tensions between Britain and its colonists. In order to fight the war, Great Britain had run up a huge debt, which it expected the colonists to help pay. The colonists were outraged – they had never paid taxes directly to the British government before. British citizens consented to taxes through their representatives in Parliament. The colonists, however, had no representation in Parliament, thus they argued they could not be taxed. In 1773, to protest an import tax on tea, a group of colonists dumped a large load of British tea into Boston Harbor. George III was infuriated by the “Boston Tea Party,” and ordered the British navy to close the port of Boston.
    The American Revolution
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    • In 1754, war erupted between the English and the French. The conflict was known as the French and Indian War. The fighting lasted until 1763, when Britain and her colonists emerged victorious. The victory let to growing tensions between Brit
    The American Revolution
  • 8. The Signing of the Declaration
  • 9. The Signing of the Declaration of Independence
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