My First PowerPoint Project and My first A’s Whoot Whoot!
This was my very first PowerPoint presentation I ever made. I am pretty impressed with it since I had never used PowerPoint previous to this, but did do a tutorial prior to starting that helped me out immensely. The presentation was a response presentation to two other teams who had to present. Team A: had to present the reasons Video Games are good for literacy ad Team B: had to present why they were bad. We as Team C: had to preset what our finding were and based on everything choose a winner between the two teams. It was difficult to choose a winner but we had to do it and even though it went against some of our beliefs we choose Team B. So enjoy the video but know that we had to get up and speak throughout the who presentation and what you are seeing is just the slides. I also added the music so it wouldn’t be so boring to watch the slides scroll through. There was a LOT of funny parts that might not come through with the video as it did live but you will get the idea. I feel us as Team C had the BEST presentation out of the whole class. We kept it entertaining, on topic, fun, short and sweet, and above all informational
Go Team Galaxy!
Guess what? I got my first A’s!!! I am soo excited to get my first grades and will be excited to see these 100% keep racking up. The projects and homework assignments we have been doing are pretty fun you just have to make sure you follow protocol and directions. I am not sure of the grade on the above presentation yet, but I will be sure to update when I find out.
So far I have straight A’s in College!! BOOM! Head Shot! Haha People who watched the video will get that reference.
Posted on May 17, 2013, in News and Info and tagged A's, Art, Bachelors Degree, Back to School, Class of 2016, College, College in my 30's, College Life, DGL, Digital Literacy, Full Sail, Grades, Life, MacBook Pro, PowerPoint, Sean Korb, Story, Success, Thirty Something, University, Video Game Art, Video Games. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
“Wait for it…..”….that was hilarious, and very educational! Excellent job!
It worked even better in class. I made everyone bang on their desks for the drum roll. Of course they had to keep the drumroll going through it all. The class all seamed to enjoy it.