Once our presentaitons were drafted, we did work on revision. We learned about visuals and students looked critically at the slides they had drafted and worked to make them more meaningful for their audiences.

In the above slides, the students who created the slide on the left, realized that they wanted their audience to pay more attention to the Wordle than to the border around their heading. So they decided to use the revision on the draft.

After talking about removing text that would be stated in the presentation, this student made his slide more powerful by enlarging the water faucet when discussing the importance of clean water.

Even after students recorded their presentations, they found things that they could do that would make them better. This is a note one student wrote to herself reminding her of things to do on her second recording. She went back and rerecorded her presentation based on these notes.