Backup for demo lesson..?

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  1. CDOR79

    CDOR79 Comrade

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    Aug 19, 2018

    I have a demo lesson coming up and did a PowerPoint for some of the explanation part. I’m freaking thinking what if something happens to the computer, internet, etc. The principal said the IT guy would be on site specifically in case there were problems.

    Should I still go ahead and make anchor charts writing a summary of what’s ON the slides or do you think since the IT rep will be there, I should be fine? Ughh! Lol
     
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  3. vickilyn

    vickilyn Magnifico

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    Can you print your charts from the slides, and have handouts already printed? That's usually the best way to sidestep IT glitches. If all things computer are flawless, fine, but you are prepared for the unexpected.
     
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