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What advice do you have for yourself or your classmates before we fix our Powerpoint presentations?

Make sure the picture you put on the slide fits with the topic on the slide and not anything wierd. 4 weeks ago

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"Kenjiro" says

"Kaai" says

Use a word color that is easy to read. Put a picture that is relating to the page and talk about it. Some word size could be a little larger.

Make sure the text is big enough so that people can read your presentation.

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"Maria" says

Try not to put many information on one slide, because then the audience will just look at the slide instead of you. make people pay attention on you.

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"Kaisei" says

do not write many words on the power point. instead add pictures to the powerpoint. 4 weeks ago

"Kao" says

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Some of my classmates' Power point was hard to read because the color of the font wasn't a suitable color or a color that would stand out.

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Include just a few words in one slide. Also make the font and font size easy to read. 4 weeks ago

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Don't put too many pictures on one slide. Some information didn't fit the topic. Remember to make a bibliography page.

"Ji-Eun" says

Try to not put any animation on your presentation.

"Audrey" says

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DamianneP: It is okay to put animation IF if will help your audience understand the presentation bette

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"Haiga" says

Make sure your picture relates to your topic sentence. 4 weeks ago

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"Alexander" says

Be sure your picture fits to your topic. 4 weeks ago

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Make sure that your topic sentence is sutable. Also make sure your font is big and easy to read as for the color. Edit

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Don't put long sentences because when you present the audience will read instead of listen. Try to say a lot and have strong, short words on the slides. 4 weeks ago

Pay attention to contrast between text and background. It was hard to read some of the text. Ms. President

Put as many pictures in as possible on your PowerPoint so the people you are presenting to will not focus on the words. Emily S Edit

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DamianneP says

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"Maimi" says

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Say more clearly and loud that every audience can hear. 4 weeks ago

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Be sure to write the bibliography. 4 weeks ago

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Use words that will help the audience learn hard ideas. Edit

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"So-Hee" says

Do not (repeat) say the things written on the power point. Just jut the main points in the power point and information that relates to the topic should be said.

Do not (repeat) say the things written on the power point. Just jut the main points in the power point and information that relates to the topic.

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"Monica" says

"Tessa" says

You should talk to your audience instead of looking at your note cards through the whole presentation. Edit

To make sure the PowerPoint's balanced, and NOT put too many photos in one slide, and only one picture in another slide. --Monica-4 weeks ago

"Emily K" says

To make long sentences because your voice will get to tired and you will be out of breath making your classmates to fall asleep. 4 weeks ago

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"Edward" says

Don't mumble

4 weeks ago

See if the text on the Powerpoint Presentation is terse, or brief and relates to the topic of the slide; some slides' text were too long in my opinion.

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"Haiga" says

Don't put to many words because people would not want to read everything.

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"Yuuki" says

4 weeks ago

Me (DamianneP)

Make sure PowerPoint letter are big and make look easy, also bibliography include in PowerPoint

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"Donovan" says

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