Level 10

Presentation

  • Passing this assignment secures a course grade of "A".
  • If you have to redo the Presentation, you must present it all again in class.
  • Kristina's Layout for Presentation
  • See a Writing Consultant for further help.

Theory Term paper presentation

  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 Term Paper
      • Introduction
      • Summary of Film
      • Each set of concepts from each level
      • 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. Works Cited
    • 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)
  5. No full sentences
    • Use fragmented bullet points
    • (except for quote slides, which need to be full sentences and quotes
  6. No Reading at us
    • The only time you should, and must, read is on the quote slides
  7. Subheads
    • Each frame should have a subhead, which gives the section of the paper and a descriptive title to what that particular slide covers
      • Example
      • Plot.
  8. 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.
  9. Font sizes and colors
    • 2/2 rule
    • At all times try to restrict font types to one or two types throughout the powerpoint
    • At all times try to restrict color of fonts to one or two colors throughout the powerpoint
  10. 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
  11. Sound effects
    • None. Don't use them.
    • You may use videos with sound
  12. Spelling
    • Spelling errors for words that powerpoint would have caught with its spellchecker
  13. 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.
  14. People's Names

Creative Script Presentation

  1. Structure
    • Discuss the treatment
    • Discuss the concepts from each class in relation to your script.
  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. No full sentences
    • Use fragmented bullet points
    • (except for quote slides, which need to be full sentences and quotes
  5. No Reading at us
    • The only time you should, and must, read is on the quote slides
  6. Subheads
    • Each frame should have a subhead, which gives the section of the paper and a descriptive title to what that particular slide covers
      • Example
      • Plot.
  7. 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.
  8. Font sizes and colors
    • 2/2 rule
    • At all times try to restrict font types to one or two types throughout the powerpoint
    • At all times try to restrict color of fonts to one or two colors throughout the powerpoint
  9. 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
  10. Sound effects
    • None. Don't use them.
    • You may use videos with sound
  11. Spelling
    • Spelling errors for words that powerpoint would have caught with its spellchecker
  12. 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.
  13. People's Names