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    I have to make presentations on powerpoint: one on John F Kennedy and one on Elizabeth 1 (2 of my favourite figures )

    Problem is, although I know plenty of facts about them and can use Powerpoint easily, I'd like to make the presentation mildly interesting to my class, as I know how bloody boring it is to sit there in a comatose state listening to someone rattle off facts you've never found remotely interesting anyway.

    Any ideas for how I could spice it up or make it funny, etc?
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    (Original post by *Bethany*)
    I have to make presentations on powerpoint: one on John F Kennedy and one on Elizabeth 1 (2 of my favourite figures )

    Problem is, although I know plenty of facts about them and can use Powerpoint easily, I'd like to make the presentation mildly interesting to my class, as I know how bloody boring it is to sit there in a comatose state listening to someone rattle off facts you've never found remotely interesting anyway.

    Any ideas for how I could spice it up or make it funny, etc?
    Use pictures and sounds perhaps. Don't make it too long, just put the vital info into the powerpoint.
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    Use pictures and sounds perhaps. Don't make it too long, just put the vital info into the powerpoint.
    OK thanks I wish I were a naturally funny/entertaining person - you know there's always people who crack everyone up when they do things like this yet still manage to present some interesting info... why can't I be like that, lol!
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    (Original post by *Bethany*)
    I have to make presentations on powerpoint: one on John F Kennedy and one on Elizabeth 1 (2 of my favourite figures )

    Problem is, although I know plenty of facts about them and can use Powerpoint easily, I'd like to make the presentation mildly interesting to my class, as I know how bloody boring it is to sit there in a comatose state listening to someone rattle off facts you've never found remotely interesting anyway.

    Any ideas for how I could spice it up or make it funny, etc?
    I did who wants to be a historiannaire for my history presentation
 
 
 
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