How to use this template • Save this file to the class folder- use the file name system your teacher shows you • Have your info written down on paper and ready • Make sure you are using your own words • Select the text you want to change • Type your info in its place • Or- you can cut it and redo the slide!
The name of my energy resource goes here My name goes here My class period goes here Today’s date goes here
Description • Describe your source here- • bullet your info- • don’t write a paragraph!! • Add a picture of the source • Tell if it is renewable or nonrenewable
Transformation • For example- mechanical to electrical • A picture is always nice
Location and Recovery • Where is your resource found? • How do we get it? (recovery)
How it is used today • How is your resource used today? • To what extent is it used? • Graphs and graphics are appropriate here • Add slides if you need more room!
Advantages • Bullet your advantages
Disadvantages • Bullet your disadvantages
Environmental Impact • Positive and/or negative impacts to the environment of your resource • Don’t forget- bullets are more readable than paragraphs!! • Pictures add to the creativity of your presentation, and they create interest
Future of my resource • Your conclusion about whether this resource will continue to be important • Justify (support) your conclusion
Sources Cited • Use correct citation form- see Library Webpage for samples • CeVMS Library page
Things to check BEFORE you think you are finished… • Capitalization • Grammar • Spelling • Layout clear and legible (readable) • Neatness and creativity • Contains graphics like pictures and graphs • Did you fill out your rubric? (figure out your grade before your teacher does!) • Finally- delete this slide before you save to the class folder