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Better Powerpoint and Better Research

This week I worked with a couple of Piper teachers and their students on two topics: evaluating online sources/citation (Zoology) and creating better Powerpoint slides (Oral Communications). Thanks go to Mr. Reed and Mrs. Deneault for sharing their students and class time with me! In case any other teachers might want to incorporate these ‘media literacy’ lessons into their plans, I’ve posted them here for perusal. Shoot me an email if you would like me to work with your students on these topics or any other!

First: Evaluating Online Sources and Citation, originally for Zoology. Obviously, you are missing my auditory track and teaching with this slideshow, but you get the idea:

Second: Better Powerpoint Slides, originally for Oral Communications:
(Lesson plan below the slideshow)

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