Level 10

Presentation

  • Passing this assignment secures a course grade of "B".
  • I will look over Power Points before the ghost schedule date, but not after.
  • If you have to redo the Presentation, you must present it all again in class.
  • You must PASS the Presentation BEFORE being able to take the Final Exam.
  • YOU CANNOT EARN THE FINAL EXAM "A" GRADE WITHOUT HAVING PASSED THE PRESENTATION.
  • Example Presentation
  • Kristina's Layout for Presentation
  • See a Writing Consultant for further help.
  1. Structure
    • A Title Page will be the first page, and a Works Cited page will be the last page
    • Cover all parts of the MLA Research paper structure
      • Introduction
      • Summary of Film
      • Method
      • The Nine Analysis papers (Theories/ Devices)
      • Conclusion
  2. Words per frame
    • No less than 5 words; no more than 30 words
  3. Bullets
    • Only use bullets if you have more than one item in a list
    • Do not center the text with bullets; bullets should be vertically in a line.
    • DO NOT use hyphens as bullets: Use hyphens only to connect two words
  4. Quotes
    • Use all seven quotes from the Theory parts of your MLA paper
    • ONLY have your intro sentence and the quote on these slides.
    • Read to us that intro sentence and quote immediately.
  5. Works Cited
    • Need 7 sources in Works Cited (those from the small theory papers)
    • Cram Works Cited onto one slide. Do not worry about using hanging indents
    • For the Works Cited page, ignore the 3x3 post-it rule (see below)
  6. No full sentences
    • Use fragmented bullet points
    • (except for quote slides, which need to be full sentences and quotes
  7. No Reading at us
    • The only time you should, and must, read is on the quote slides
  8. Subheads
    • Each frame should have a two part subhead, which gives the section of the paper and a descriptive title to what that particular slide covers
      • Example
      • Analysis: The Trope of the Lone Wolf.
  9. Counter
    • Create a counter for each page
      • Example
      • such as 1/15 2/15 etc. or pg.1 of 15 pg.2 of 15 etc.
  10. Font sizes and colors
    • 2/2 rule
    • At all times try to restrict font types to one or two types throughot the powerpoint
    • At all times try to restrict color of fonts to one or two colors throughout the powerpoint
  11. Images
    • Images must pertain to the subject or theory of the slide
    • Every frame must have one image, either as part of the template or as an embedded image.
    • Do not use the smae image for every slide; if your template is the same image, you'll need unique images for each slide
  12. Sound effects
    • None. Don't use them.
    • You may use videos with sound
  13. Spelling
    • Spelling errors for words that powerpoint would have caught with its spellchecker
  14. Clarity of text
    • Post-It Note Test
      • Hold a 3" x 3" Post-It note at arm's length and step back from your PC until the Post-It is the same size as the screen. If you cannot read the screen clearly, the font size or font color (compared to the background) needs changed.
  15. People's Names