In the previous video, you added animations and transitions to your presentation to captureyour audience’s attention and add personality. You now have a complete presentation thatintroduces yourself to an audience. It includes text and moving visual elements so your audiencewill stay interested and learn about who you are.
Now, it’s time to share your presentation with a classmate.
Using a digital application such as Google Slides allows you to share what you createso someone can view, comment on, or even edit it. You can both work on a single presentationfrom your own separate screens. To begin, pair up with a classmate. You cansit at separate computers. Share your presentation with your classmate’s email address.
Include a short note for your partner about what you are sending.
Set the permissions to "commenter". This allows your partner to see and make comments on yourpresentation, but they can’t make changes to it.
Check your email to find your partner’s presentation.
Open the presentation, and look at what your partner created.
Watch the presentation in"present" view to see the animations and transitions they included.
Exit "present" mode to make comments.
Leave at least three comments for your partner abouttheir presentation.
Make your comments positive and encouraging, but try to give useful feedbackas well. Tell them what you learned about them, and give them suggestions about thingsthey might include or change.
Once you finish entering comments for yourpartner, open your own presentation to see the comments your partner left for you.
This kind of digital collaboration helps people at school and in the workplace communicateand work together, even if they don’t share a physical location.
Now, it’s your turn: Digitally share your presentation with a partner.
Leave at least three comments for your partner. And open your presentation to review the commentsyour partner left for you.