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Warning:
You may use this template only as an example; you may not use this template as your own. Therefore, you must create your own PowerPoint, complete with your own • Design (colors, patterns, fonts), • Text sizes, appropriate to audience, • Organization, appropriate to your argument, and • Style (relationship between words and photos or images or video clips or sound bites or…).

Slide 2

Senior Project Title

Of course, at this time, you are introducing yourself and your topic, bring all the focused, positive energy you can.

YOUR NAME NORTH LAWNDALE COLLEGE PREP CHARTER HS DATE OF YOUR PRESENTATION (NOTE: FIGURE OUT WHEN THIS POWERPOINT WILL BEGIN, EITHER BEFORE OR AFTER YOUR INTRODUCTION. HOW WILL THIS POWERPOINT SECTION BE RELATED TO YOUR INTRODUCTION SECTION?)

Slide 3

Your Claim

Slide 4
Some Background on My Topic:
BULLET POINT BACKGROUND INFO (YOU WILL GO INTO GREATER DETAIL ON BACKGROUND WITH YOUR NOTECARDS)

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say:

• • • •

Reminders/Notes about Transitions Specific information about Your Setups Exact Wording of Your Evidence Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 5
A1
(Short and Sweet…)

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Setups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 6
 If you want, add a
A1 Section 1
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points. Maintain the same fonts and colors throughout your PowerPoint.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A1 Section 1.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 7
 If you want, add a
A1 Section 2
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A1 Section 2.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

• • •

Specific information about Your Set-ups Exact Wording of Your Evidence Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 8
 If you want, add a
A1 Section 3
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A1 Section 3.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 9
A2
(Short and Sweet…)

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 10
 If you want, add a
A2 Section 1
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A2 Section 1.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

• • •

Specific information about Your Set-ups Exact Wording of Your Evidence Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 11
 If you want, add a
A2 Section 2
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A2 Section 2.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 12
 If you want, add a
A2 Section 3
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A2 Section 3.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 13
A3
(Short and Sweet…)

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions

• • •

Specific information about Your Set-ups Exact Wording of Your Evidence Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 14
 If you want, add a
A3 Section 1
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A3 Section 1.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 15
 If you want, add a
A3 Section 2
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A3 Section 2.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 16
 If you want, add a
A3 Section 3
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your A3 Section 3.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

• • •

Specific information about Your Set-ups Exact Wording of Your Evidence Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 17
Opposition
(Short and Sweet…)

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 18
Opposition Section 1
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

 If you want, add a

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your Opposition Section 1.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 19
Opposition Section 2
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points. Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.

 If you want, add a

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your Opposition Section 2.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions

Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

• • •

Specific information about Your Set-ups Exact Wording of Your Evidence Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Slide 20
Opposition Section 3
Whatever text you add should be absolutely brief and grammatically correct! Use main idea bullet points.

 If you want, add a

photo/image/artwork/video clip/etc. here that goes really well with your Opposition Section 3.

Notes Section (This section will not appear in your PowerPoint presentation, but you will print this out for yourself.) Insert here your notes for yourself to use during the presentation. Each page of notes should correspond to the slide above. In other words, the words that appear in the PowerPoint will be far fewer than those you present. Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say: • Reminders/Notes about Transitions • Specific information about Your Set-ups • Exact Wording of Your Evidence • Reminders/Notes about Your Analysis Points

Maintain the same fonts and colors patterns throughout your PowerPoint.
Be unique with your presentation approach; do not follow this template. This template is meant only as a simple example.

Slide 21

Your Claim,
Reworded to a persuasive claim, Not simply argumentative: Explain what you want people to do as a result of your argument.

Slide 22
Insert your correctly formatted Works Cited page here: • Readable font size • Hanging indent • Single space for this PowerPoint • Can make Works Consulted, if you wish

Slide 23
Senior Project Title
THANK YOU.

Invite questions at this time.


				
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