McDonaldization powerpoint

you will need to have access to the “third edition McDonaldization the READER by George Ritzer

I need a power point presentation on Chapter 24 that answer the Thinking Critically questions at the end of the chapter.

in addition here are some more instruction please read!!

Your presentation should include the following elements:

Title slide (including title of your article, your name, and the course number)

Summary of the content of the article (1 slide)

PLEASE NOTE: The summary should NOT be a condensed version of Ritzer’s introduction to the text. Using his text will be considered plagiarism, and result in a 0 for the assignment and be reported to the Academic Standards Committee.

At least one slide and no more than 3 slides for each discussion question at the end of the reading.

PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended that you use your textbook and other valid outside sources, properly cited in ASA, APA, or MLA format, to support your answers. The McDonaldization LibGuide contains an extensive list of books, websites, journal articles, and other articles from newspapers and magazines that you can use. Please do NOT include videos.

References slide: list all the outside sources you used in your presentation, including the reference for your article, in proper ASA, APA, or MLA format.

How to design a good PowerPoint presentation

PowerPoint is a visual tool, you should make the most of it. Minimize the amount of text on the slides, and combine it with pictures, photos, tables, charts, or diagrams as relevant.

Pay attention to your choice of slide design. You want something that links well to your presentation and is visually appealing, but you don’t want a background that competes against your content. Your instructor has to be able to read your slides.

Also to enhance visual appeal, think about using some features in SmartArt (under the Insert tab of the PowerPoint menu) to organize your content. The AVPs in this course offer examples of SmartArt.

When you use text, don’t include too much information on one slide. Instead of writing paragraphs, use phrases arranged in bullet points. As a rule, you should not use a font size smaller than 20 for your text. Think about using colors to make important phrases or words stand out. Think of PowerPoint as a detailed outline of what you are going to say. Summarize the key information on your slides, not everything you will say

Do NOT include direct quotes from any sources. Paraphrase and summarize ideas instead. This will help you control the amount of text in your slides.

Think about the sequencing of your slides. They have to flow smoothly from one to the next.

Be judicious in your use of slide animations (text that appears as you click). Using it helps keep the audience engaged, but too much of it will slow down your presentation.

Preview your presentation using the Slideshow tool before submitting it. Make sure that all your content fits in the slides and your slide animations or transitions work the way you intend them to.