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Death By PowerPoint
                      (and how to avoid it)
Before the slides: Discuss with your partner any good or b...
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Death By Power Point - Comprehension Questions

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A short student worksheet for the presentation by Alexei Kapterev.

Talk through the presentation once with the students. Then ask them to read it again individually from this website http://www.slideshare.net/thecroaker/death-by-powerpoint and complete this worksheet.

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Death By Power Point - Comprehension Questions

  1. 1. Death By PowerPoint (and how to avoid it) Before the slides: Discuss with your partner any good or bad PowerPoint presentations you have seen. Why did you like them or not like them? ve Watch the slides. Your teacher tell you about the basics of how to avoid “Death By PowerPoint:” Note the following: What are the four main things that can kill people with PowerPoint werPoint? • • • • Look through the slides again. First Section. Read the first section and answer the following 1. How can you “make meaning? make meaning?” 2. What emotion will help you make a great presentation? Second Section. Complete the following sentences: 1. ………….. is how you place the ………….. ………….. of your story.ur 2. What structure should you use? Any as long as it’s: a. b. c. 3. Give ………….. reasons supporting your point. They ………….. remember more. 4. If you can tell your story in 5, 15, 45, minutes it’s …………… r Third Section. 1. Einstein says: “Everything should be mad as ………….. as possible, but no made ……………” 2. PowerPoint helps to ……… …..………….., ……..…………….. and …… …………..……….. 3. People read ………..………… …..………..…………..………..…………..…… ………………….. This means ………..………… …..………..…………..………..…………..…… …………………… 4. An extra slide is $0.00 Zero Dollars. ………..…………..………..… ……………………. 5. ………………………………….. .....…………..………..………… Remove ever everything else. 6. List the simple design rules: a. c. b. d. Fourth Section. 1. What will happen the first time you try your presentation? 2. What is feedback? How can you get some? 3. You can even present to a chair. What is the one important thing to remember? Creative Commons 3.0 Share Alike license. Written by Seth Dickens. Based on Death By PowerPoint. .

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