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TIPS FOR WORKING ON YOUR PechaKucha

THINGS FALL APART PechaKucha

external image vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document.png PechaKucha.docx

Steps to make your PechaKucha:

1. Choose your book

2. decide on what you want to say about the book to your audience

(check the assignment sheet for ideas)

3. open a powerpoint and save it as a presentation with the title "class name yourlastname title"

to create a unique background for your slides,


*select format from toolbar
*choose slide background on dropdown menu
*choose pic from your library
*then decide on transparency %age--70-80% is usually light enough
*click "apply to all"

4. decide what the type of images and text will fit number 2

5. find copyright free photos and images online or use images from your own photo files, paste into ppt

use Advanced Search on google (in settings on google page)

scroll down and check on USAGE tab

choose "free to use or share" then hit search button

6. add text slides, following good ppt design principles.

7. save ppt as PowerPoint Presentation ( add instructions for auto slide progression)

8. create a script in Word( saved as class name, your last name, book title) for each slide, so you know EXACTLY what you are going to say for each slide. I will be checking scripts in class the week before the PechaKucha presos start.

9. Once your ppt is complete and saved, upload it to the eLocker in Studywiz with your class name.

TIPS: POWERPOINT SET UP for PECHA KUCHA

1. create the powerpoint slides and save it as a PRESENTATION.
2. If you would like to add your speaker notes:
Create the notes in the space under each slide in “NORMAL” view& re-save
3. If you want to see the notes as you rehearse , then click on Presenter Tools to show them
4. To get timed slides:
Menu-SLIDESHOW
Got to toolbar in Powerpoint, TRANSITIONS
Choose OPTIONS
Choose 15 seconds, APPLY TO ALL
Save


Background from class discussions about how to include appropriate background:**
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/interactive/timelines/language_timeline/index_embed.shtml
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/fiction


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sample pecha kuchas from 2010-2011. Not the same as hearing it, I know, but still cool:
http://healigan1011.wikispaces.com/SAMPLE+STUDENT+WORK