Lesson Spotlight: Jokes' Presentation
Do you need to add laughter to your class? Do you want students to enjoy creating presentations that interest them? This lesson will get your students laughing no matter what age they are. This activity requires students to locate jokes to put on a Google Slide template presentation. All the teacher has to do is share the template with students and they can be self-sufficient. They locate the jokes and set them up on 10 slides based on easy to follow video instruction. The videos touch base on design, since attractive presentations are important if we want to keep the attention of our audience. Once they set up the jokes, they can add large quality copyright friendly image to complement the jokes. There is video instruction on how to set up the slides with text, images, music and timings. Teachers can show the presentations to the class when they are completed. This is great fun for all in the classroom.
I provide students a lot of choice projects and they enjoy completing any unit I provide that includes finding jokes, quotes, memes, etc. that are interesting to them and then locate images to complement those words. Visual literacy, according to Visual Literacy Today, has provided a fabulous definition. “The basic definition of visual literacy is the ability to read, write and create visual images. It is a concept that relates to art and design but it also has much wider applications. Visual literacy is about language, communication and interaction. Visual media is a linguistic tool with which we communicate, exchange ideas and navigate our complex world.”
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