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1 More than Just Presentations PowerPoint:

2 Digital Signage Flyers and Posters Covers for Supplements/books General Fun and Laughs Lighter than Publisher and other higher end/intensity design programs so it won’t slow down your computer and processes as much. More widely available. Using a tool that you’re already familiar with makes it easier What? Why?

3 Everest: Because it’s there! Posters Really Cool Handouts Generally Fun Stuff

4 In essence, we want to go from blah to

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6 WARNING Do not try to read the next few screens. Just think about your visual reactions. Consider : First Impression Clues that tell you what’s important Whether you’d actually read it or blow it off

7 Using the question or prompt in your folder develop a paragraph that supports your answer. Provide a Work Cited citation at the end. Each group will create one paragraph. Process: How would you answer your question? Write out the answer, integrating the author’s name and the title of the work. That is your first sentence for your paragraph. What evidence (quote) is a good example of your claim in the sentence you just wrote? Integrate that into your next sentence or two. Make sure you don’t just drop the quote in there. How does it show or illustrate that claim in the first sentence? What does it show about the main point in your topic sentence? Explain in sentence or two. Proofread and refine this all into a paragraph you’ll be sharing on the big screen. Cite the story.

8 Using the question or prompt in your folder develop a paragraph that supports your answer. Each group will create one paragraph. Provide a Work Cited citation at the end. Critical Analysis Essay Practice Process: 1.Write out the answer to the question, integrating the author’s name and the title of the work. That is your first sentence for your paragraph. 2.What evidence (quote) is a good example of your claim in the sentence you just wrote? Integrate that into your next sentence or two. Make sure you don’t just drop the quote in there. 3.How does it show or illustrate that claim in the first sentence? What does it show about the main point in your topic sentence? Explain in sentence or two. 4.Proofread and refine this all into a paragraph you’ll be sharing with the class. 5.Cite the story.

9 Using the question or prompt in your folder develop a paragraph that supports your answer. Each group will create one paragraph. Provide a Work Cited citation at the end. Critical Analysis Essay Practice 1.Write out the answer to the question, integrating the author’s name and the title of the work. That is your first sentence for your paragraph. 2.What evidence (quote) is a good example of your claim in the sentence you just wrote? Integrate that into your next sentence or two. Make sure you don’t just drop the quote in there. 3.How does it show or illustrate that claim in the first sentence? What does it show about the main point in your topic sentence? Explain in sentence or two. 4.Proofread and refine this all into a paragraph you’ll be sharing with the class. 5.Cite the story.

10 Develop a paragraph that supports your answer. Each group will create one paragraph. Provide a Work Cited citation at the end. Critical Analysis Essay Practice Write out the answer to the question, integrating the author’s name and the title of the work. That is your first sentence for your paragraph. YZ Chin, in her story “Tone,” uses setting to... One example of this is when the character’s apartment is described as, “....” This description is both simple and realistic, and it.... In Anton Chekov’s story “The Bet,” it’s clear that the banker... After he is incarcerated, the Banker says, “...” In situations like this, people tend to... “ The Use of Force,” by William Carlos Williams, is a clear example of... At the beginning of the story, the young girl.... While it’s easy to think that... Work Cited William, William Carlos. “Tone.” internal.org. Eserver Collection. n.d. Web. 20 Jul What evidence (quote) is a good example of your claim in the sentence you just wrote? Integrate that into your next sentence or two. How does it show or illustrate the claim in the first sentence? What does it show about the main point in your topic sentence? Explain in sentence or two. Proofread your paragraph and cite your story!

11 Hey, Kelli, did you do a break down on that last screen?

12 Design Visual Clues Space—Negative and Positive Usage Rights For example

13 Parts  Colors Shapes Proportions Typeface DesignLook Colors?Shapes? Notice the way colors create recognition! Shapes give us visual cues as to how to read a page. Proportions say a lot about importance and value. Typeface provides consistency. The general rule of thumb is to never use more than two (maaybeee three) different typefaces. All the tea in the world won’t fix bad design! Zombies don’t care about shapes if they aren’t BRAINS! Build on existing knowledge by using shapes and layouts that people already know how to read.

14 In education, fair use allows for use of copyrighted material, but only in context of teaching and research, but for limited times. Making sure you are on the up- and-up with images you use is just being nice. My momma said we should all be nice. * *Please note, I am not an attorney, nor do I play one on TV, so for actual information on copyright law, don’t trust me.

15 Select Usage Rights through Google Images

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17 What is Wikimedia Commons? Wikimedia Commons is a media file repository making available public domain and freely-licensed educational media content (images, sound and video clips) to everyone, in their own language.

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19 Orientation D i m e n si o n s and

20 S L I D E Choice

21 Background vs. Images Backgrounds fill the screen. Think about space and shapes in the image as well as the negative space in the image.

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23 Images Images allow for overlap, resizing, and effects.

24 Overlaps and Send to Back/Front

25 Text Effects ShadowShadow Shadow

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30 All Mixed Up

31 PDF: Handouts Flyers Instructions JPEG: Images Posters Flyers Web Images Always save as a PowerPoint too, so you can go back and edit it or use it as a template for another project.

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