If you have a great idea for a new business and now you're looking for funding or other support, you'll probably have to break out the PowerPoint. There are only ten slides you should need for your pitch.
This visual aid has some excellent tips that students can use when creating a powerpoint presentation. Students are often expected to create these presentations and not given specific guidelines on how to make an effective powerpoint so this could be shared with students when they are using this program to complete projects.
Many teachers infuse a literacy component into their cooking activities by presenting the printed steps on a large flip chart. Bloom creatively expands upon this frequent practice by using PowerPoint software to not only present the printed steps but to make those steps come alive by using the animation and sound capabilities of PowerPoint software.