Slides are becoming more and more common in classroom instruction. They may be built and stored rather simply, are quite affordable to acquire, and can be used often without degrading. They have the ability to focus attention, which raises motivation and interest in the lesson. They can be displayed on a screen in a dimly lit space, allowing class discussion and note-taking. They may be repeatedly displayed and retained on the screen for any amount of time after being expanded to any desired size. They may exhibit a range of printed, typed, or drawn content in several different colour schemes or combinations, making them highly adaptable.
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