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Presentation about plastics


This activity consists of doing a presentation about plastics. We are going to use LibreOffice Impress, a free and open-source software.

Your presentation should contain the following information:

  • An initial slide showing the title “Plastics” and a subtitle explaining the definition of a plastic.
  • A slide dedicated to the properties of plastics.
  • Three slides focused on each type of plastic: thermoplastics, thermosetting plastics and elastomers. All of the slides should include text about the properties of this each kind of plastic, and images related to these materials.
  • Slides referring to industrial plastics. Each of these slides should include:
    • Properties of this type of plastic.
    • Its uses.
    • Images of objects made of this material.
  • Finally,  set the slide transitions taking into account that you should be able to easily read the information.

It is up to you to customize the animation of the slides by adding different effects.

You have to send your presentation to josemanuel.panadero@iesmaimonides.com

Remember to attach your file and write your name and surname.

Resources:

Plastics. Petervaldivia.com.

Materials. Tecnovicar3.com

Technological materials. Bilingual Technology.

Presentation about renewable energy sources


You are going to make a presentation about renewable energy sources using OpenOffice Impress.

As you know, you can include text, graphics, diagrams, photographs and sound in a presentation using this program.

This presentation has to include slides about hidraulic energy, solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, marine energy and biomass. Every slide must explain how we use this kind of energy, and the advantages and disadvantages of this renewable source. It would be better if you include pictures in the slides.

You can watch this video about presentations:

In this file you find advices about a good presentation:

how to ppt

You can find information about these sources on the internet and in your book. These links have information about this topic:

http://www.technologystudent.com/energy1/engex.htm

http://lgfl.skoool.co.uk/content/primary/science/renewable_sources_of_energy/index.html

http://www.learn-energy.net/education/kidscorner/en/o11/o11_re.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renewable_energy