Presentations

This page contains different presentations that I’ve made. There are links to access them. As I make more, I’ll work on uploading them to here. I hope you enjoy!

Presentation 1: Romeo and Juliet Timeline

This presentation, made via emaze, is a timeline of events from Romeo and Juliet. It’s set up as a newspaper; it contains small newspaper articles and photos. This could be used as an introduction to the play, alongside with reading the play, or as a review after having read the play. You can access the online version here.

presentation 2: Fundamentals of essay writing

This presentation, also made via emaze, contains the fundamental elements of writing a basic five paragraph essay. It touches upon such topics as why we write essays, the format essays should be written in, and how to construct a paragraph. I found it useful to use when teaching freshmen, but it is likely to prove useful as either a teaching tool or as a review for any grade 7-12. You can access the online version here.

presentation 3: To kill a mockingbird

This presentation, made via prezi, focuses on To Kill a Mockingbird. The presentation touches upon the history surrounding the book, main characters, an overview of the town, and important literary terms and devices to be aware of. You can access the online version here.

presentation 4: Verb tenses

This presentation, made via prezi, focuses on verb tenses. The slides include sample questions for students to write in both tenses so that they get the practice they need. I hope that you find it useful. You can access the online version here.

Presentation 5: Passive and active voice

This was another presentation made via prezi. This presentation focuses on active and passive voice. It explains what they are, how you can look for them, and how to keep them out of your writing. You can access the online version here.

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