In class, we've been working on making the "WORST PRESENTATION EVER!!!" We will be using Google Slides to collaborate and share our learning a lot this year, so it's important that we know how to use it. We will also be presenting our slides throughout the year, so we need to know how to give a good presentation so the audience understands our ideas and doesn't get bored or distracted by too many colors, fonts, or pictures.
Sometimes the best way to learn how to do something well is to first learn what not to do. That's why we made THE WORST PRESENTATION EVER!!! (The ALL CAPS and the multiple exclamation marks is an example of what not to do.) This will help us understand why the presentation "no-no's" are so ineffective, so we know what to do to avoid them. Plus, sometimes it's just plain fun to see how awful you can make something!
Here are some pictures of us working on our "terrible" presentations. (Notice how we are sharing our ideas and teaching each other how to use Google Slides.)
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