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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
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GNVQ ICT: unit 7 presenting information multimedia individual work

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The purpose of my presentation is about making the younger audience aware of 'THE TRAP OF DRUGS'. This presentation is mainly for young people around 13 years old and over, though many adults will certainly learn a thing or two. The young people will be interested in it because it provides really reliable information what a drug is, why people take drugs, the pressures concerned, the effect on others, the legal matters, the laws and what happens when you break the law. Especially what drugs do to your body and brain, and how to help yourself by taking precautions before doing drugs and whom to contact when you need help. So whether you are aged 13 or 40, the purpose of my presentation is you to learn about this vital area of life, which worries many teenagers all over Britain, and most probably the world. And my aim is you to give a knowledge how it is dangerous to get addicted to drugs so that the country can reduce the number of teenagers, the future generation getting addicted to drugs. In addition it will be more interesting because it includes true life experiences which will help to have a basic knowledge on drugs and I inserted animation and background colour to the slides and I added sounds under slides transitions. I used appropriate images and text to put out the message clearly across the presentation. I organised the slides as a whole by using hierarchical navigation because each and every slide can communicate with each other. I used these methods to get the information to the audience's attention and to have a sound visual image rather than an oral presentation. Before I started my presentation I researched and planned on the information that I'll produce on drugs and how I will compose original text. I searched on the Internet through websites on illegal drug addiction and read books based on drugs, such as Teen issues drugs by Joanna Watson and Joanna Kedge. ...read more.


In this slide I have inserted two images related to drug addiction. Slide 4 In this I also used the 2-column text layout to create the slide. In this slide I'm going to talk about the effects of drugs on health. What is there to do with drugs and AIDS, the bad outcome of smoking and drinking. I am going to talk about the effects of some of the most common types of illegal drugs on health such as Cannabis, heroin, and cocaine. Here I have displayed three images on the slide. One shows a teenager smoking and the other image shows a man injecting him self and I got it from the clipart. Slide 5 I used 2-column text layout to create this slide because many bulleted points can be written down on the same slide. In this slide I am going to present about one of the most important point when considering drugs which most of the people don't. That is the drugs and the Law. I'm gong to talk about the help you can get from turning towards professionals, family, websites, help lines and friends when you need it. I t also includes what a convicted E dealer says about going into prison. It contains an image of a man being arrested by the police. Slide 6 It contains the bibliography of my presentation. How I got the original text and information. And where my graphics comes from. The list of websites and the books I have gone through. The software I used to create my presentation is Microsoft PowerPoint. For presentation graphics-allows creation of slide shows for training, sales and other educational presentations, and includes, amongst other capabilities such as object animation, transition, scripted notes to accompany each slide and outline view of all the information in the presentation. One disadvantage of using PowerPoint is that it is very easy to get carried away by the technology and produce badly designed slides In addition I can apply skills I have already gained using Word and Excel and use materials created in this application within PowerPoint. ...read more.


It includes sufficient details, the basics facts of drugs most probably a teenager should need to know and for this I have used the features and techniques of the PowerPoint software program to make the presentation effective so that the audience can get the message out of it more clearly when compared to an oral presentation, specially for a younger audience. I hope they'll make the best out of it. . PowerPoint is obviously capable of a lot more than I have used to build up my presentation and now I have the confidence to explore more of the package by myself slide 1 this is the introduction, it includes a content, contact numbers, a logo and the people that iwas created by. this also includes animation. slide 2 this is one of the slides for children, it includes a small amount of writing and pictures to keep the children entertained slide 3 this is the other children's page. it includes pictures of what we offer for the children to decide if they are like any. slide4 this is a teens page, it includes pictures of what we offer for the children to decide if they like any. slide 5 this is another teens page it includes information that tells adults what teenagers might like, this is good for people who would like to treat their children or something. it also includes images and anaimation. slide6 this is an adult's page, it gives images of what adults would like and has a hyperliknk to view more information. alos include a sound of people claping and animation which is an attraction slide 7 another adult page. includes bulleted list of data for adults and 3 pictures that connect with the text. slide8 adult page, for people above the age of 60, includes data on things that older people might like and images to relate text slide 9 final page is the second adults+ page, it includes a price list for things on the previous page./ ?? ?? ?? ?? Unit 7 Multimedia Individual presentation Individual Report ...read more.

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