Dynamic Presentations. Death by Power Point


If you are using the textbook: English for Office Applications, use this video in unit 15: Dynamic presentations.

To carry out this activity you need the following materials:

1. Video: Death by  Power Point . Video length 4: 25.s (see below)

2. Dynamic Presentations _Life after Death by PowerPoint_ Script and instructions

3. Dynamic Presentations_Life after Death by PowerPoint_ Students Handout

4. Dynamic Presentations_Life after Death by PowerPoint_ Photocopiable answer sheet for question B _key

Materials by   Beatriz Papaseit Fernández and María Zabala Peña

Video Information:

Original video source: http://www.davidairey.com/how-not-to-use-powerpoint/

You can also download the video from the following site Maria and Bea’s site


More face to face? Do you want to show your students a video on how to exchange business cards?  Go to this blog HERE

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About Beatriz Papaseit Fernandez and María Zabala Peña
We are Beatriz Papaseit Fernadez and Maria Zabala Peña We have been teaching English in Secondary Education and Vocational training for more than 15 years. In order to spice up our lessons for Office Applications and English for Communications and Customer Care , we have been using some videos we downloaded from the net . We want to share with you the materials we created to go along with the video. If you happen to be using the textbook English for Office Applications (MacMillan Profesional- Spain) or English for Communications (MacMillan Profesional-Spain) you will find these materials very useful. By Beatriz Papaseit Fernández and María Zabala Peña

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