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Super Size Me? Don’t You Dare! A presentation of Epic Proportions, by Miss Kelly
Are you Lovin’ it? In this spot, you’re going to write whether you side with the MacDonald’s healthy advertising campaign or the ideas presented in Super Size Me. Tips: LESS IS MORE! Make your point briefly. It’s really annoying when powerpoint presentations go on and on and on. So make sure you don’t write forever, okay? It’s really important to not bore your audience. So keep it brief….lol get the picture?
Prove it! You need to find FIVE facts that support your main idea. I recommend that each fact get it’s own slide. TIP: Don’t just read me your slide. TALK about the fact on it!
A Picture Says 1000 Words! You’ve shown some text on your powerpoint. Great! But now, you need some pictures to help bring it alive. If you want to show the weight gain trend of Morgan in Super Size Me, why not add a graph?
A Picture Says 1000 Words Here’s another idea! If you want to show MacDonald’s is super healthy, only show photos of healthy people. If you want to show MacDonald’s is unhealthy, show one of these photos:
About the Design… I picked a red theme because MacDonald’s is red. But really, I could make this stand out more, right? Watch this!
About the Design… That’s better! Now my audience will be constantly reminded of my main point of view.
Special Effects Trust me. I’ve lived through some pretty boring powerpoint presentations in my day. To make the experience more enjoyable for your audience, try adding some audio or video clips. Go to “insert”, and you’ll see how you can insert a whole range of multimedia tools. Remember- to add pictures, you can just copy and paste!
In Conclusion… This is where you wrap up what you’ve told me. You might give me a warning against eating there next time, or you might tell me Morgan from Super Size Me didn’t work out during his experiment and that MacDonald’s is really okay! Ultimately, leave me with a new idea and make me remember you.
Give Credit! This is where you tell me what your sources were. For example, Sperlock, Morgan. (Super Size Me) 2004. Google Images “Super Size Me’ Trailer
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And of course, Thank your wonderful audience!
To recap: State whether you think the MacDonald’s Healthy “I’m Lovin’ It” campaign is honest or dishonest Give 5 facts to prove your point and explain them Show 3 images to prove your point and explain them Put your information together on a power point slide Include a conclusion Include a bibliography Present to the class and be your awesome self!