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May 27th lesson

Dear students,
Today you will present about social issues. Each person should speak for about three minutes, and presentations with visuals are usually better than those without.
If you do not have Microsoft Powerpoint, there are some alternatives which you may consider using. (For example, if you have a google account, you can use your google drive).
Here is an article with a list of alternatives.

http://goanimate.com/video-maker-tips/6-best-business-presentation-software-and-powerpoint-alternatives/

After we you have finished presenting about social issues, you will read about the 2020 Tokyo Olympic presentation, so please download the link below.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/carminegallo/2013/09/26/7-proven-presentation-principles-that-tokyo-used-to-win-the-2020-olympics/print/

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

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