Presentations for every content area: teachers' models and students' presentations

In our last seminar session, we were talking about assessing students in our CLIL contexts and many of you commented that your students are delivering oral presentations on a specific topic using ppt or prezzi. Therefore, I am writing to let all of you know about You can download a huge number of Powerpoint presentations for free on a variety of subjects. If you wish, you can also upload your own presentations so as to share thenm with teachers from around the world. ANother good site to search for presentations on different subject is this one.

A similar website that is specific for History and Global Studies is Power Point Palooza.

All these  sites can be very useful when you have not  got enough time to build your own slideshow orto look through for ideas for creating your own slideshows. 

For History teachers, Tom Richey has wonderful PowerPoint presentations and hundreds of useful videos in his youtube channel.

If you need a tool to assess students' Powerpoint presentations, I would like to share this one with you.

If you are interested in a rubric to assess students' oral presentations following a different format from ppt, this one can help you.

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