Senior Project: Presentation PowerPoint Notes Template

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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).
Slide 2




                               Senior Project Title


                                             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?)




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

Your notes here are the reminders to you of what you will say:
  • Information about your Set-ups
  • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
  • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 5




                                              A1
                                          (The Sentence)




                                         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 6




                                                                 A1
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  A1-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add             into a simple phrase)
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically
                               correct!
                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A1 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 7




                                                                 A1
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  A1-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add
                         should be absolutely             into a simple phrase)
                       brief and grammatically
                               correct!           A1-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)

                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A1 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 8




                                                                 A1
                                                           (The Sentence)

                        Whatever text you add     A1-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically            into a simple phrase)
                               correct!
                                                  A1-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                                                  A1-3 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)

                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A1 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 9




                                              A2
                                          (The Sentence)




                                         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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 10




                                                                 A2
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  A2-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add             into a simple phrase)
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically
                               correct!
                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A2 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 11




                                                                 A2
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  A2-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add
                         should be absolutely
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                       brief and grammatically    A2-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                               correct!
                                                          into a simple phrase)

                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A2 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 12




                                                                 A2
                                                           (The Sentence)

                        Whatever text you add     A2-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically            into a simple phrase)
                               correct!
                                                  A2-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                                                  A2-3 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)

                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A2 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 13




                                              A3
                                          (The Sentence)




                                         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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 14




                                                                 A3
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  A3-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add             into a simple phrase)
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically
                               correct!
                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A3 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 15




                                                                 A3
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  A3-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add
                         should be absolutely
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                       brief and grammatically    A3-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                               correct!
                                                          into a simple phrase)

                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A3 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 16




                                                                 A3
                                                           (The Sentence)

                        Whatever text you add     A3-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically            into a simple phrase)
                               correct!
                                                  A3-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                                                  A3-3 (change the Transition Sentence
                                                          into a simple phrase)

                                                          (If you want, add a
                                                         photo/image/artwork
                                                          here that goes well
                                                           with your A3 - 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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 17




                                              O1
                                          (The Sentence)




                                         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:
   • Information about your Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis
Slide 18




                                                                  O1
                                                            (The Sentence)

                                                  O1-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add              into a simple phrase)
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically    Rebuttal to O1-1, as a simple phrase
                               correct!




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 19




                                                                 O1
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  O1-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add
                         should be absolutely
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                       brief and grammatically    Rebuttal to O1-2, as a simple phrase
                               correct!




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 20




                                                                 O1
                                                           (The Sentence)

                        Whatever text you add     O1-3 (change the Transition Sentence
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically            into a simple phrase)
                               correct!
                                                  Rebuttal to O1-3, as a simple phrase




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 21




                                              O2
                                          (The Sentence)




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 22




                                                                  O2
                                                            (The Sentence)

                                                  O2-1 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add              into a simple phrase)
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically    Rebuttal to O2-1, as a simple phrase
                               correct!




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 23




                                                                 O2
                                                           (The Sentence)

                                                  O2-2 (change the Transition Sentence
                        Whatever text you add
                         should be absolutely
                                                          into a simple phrase)
                       brief and grammatically    Rebuttal to O2-2, as a simple phrase
                               correct!




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 24




                                                                 O2
                                                           (The Sentence)

                        Whatever text you add     O2-3 (change the Transition Sentence
                         should be absolutely
                       brief and grammatically            into a simple phrase)
                               correct!
                                                  Rebuttal to O2-3, as a simple phrase




                                         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:
   • Information about your Opposition’s Set-ups
   • Exact Wording of Your Opposition’s Evidence
   • Reminder Notes about Your Analysis/Synthesis of the Opposition’s Evidence
   • (A Concession, if appropriate)
   • The Rebuttal, with evidence from your source!
Slide 25




                     Your Claim,
              Reworded to a persuasive claim,
                 Not simply argumentative:
           Explain what you want people to do as a
                  result of your argument.
Slide 26




           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 27




           Senior Project Title


                    THANK YOU.

                    QUESTIONS?




           Invite questions at this time.

				
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