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Newspaper

I am a cool subtitle, ideal to provide more context about the topic you are going to address.

Newspaper

I am a cool subtitle, ideal to provide more context about the topic you are going to address.

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Convey a greatersense of truthfulness

Write a great headline

Provide context for your topic with a subtitle

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

With Genially templates you can include visual resources to engage the class from minute 1. You can also highlight key content to facilitate its assimilation and even embed external content that surprises and provides more context to the topic: videos, photos, audios... Whatever you want!

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Present your genially with calmness and conciseness.

A great title

Show enthusiasm! Take a deep breath and start your presentation on the topic.

Text + image

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Quote

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Section

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Relevant data

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Timeline

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Graphic + text

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Table + text

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List / processes

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Video

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Text + icons

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Audio

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Inserted content

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Interactive question

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Conclusions

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Ninety percent of the information we assimilate comes through sight, and furthermore, we retain forty-two percent more information when the content is in motion.

Describe the topic and content you’re going to cover in class and don’t forget to emphasize why the topic is interesting

Write a subtitle that provides more information

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a creative content: a template shaped like a guide that serves to explain to your class how to solve a problem or help them understand a certain topic. Here you can include visual resources to leave your group in awe and highlight specific data that will be etched into their memory. A Whitepaper is a very linear document, which takes up

'Animate your content and take it to the next level'

From 5 to 15 pages. It focuses on a single topic, aiming to delve into it, therefore it is very important to have reliable data based on research.

WOW Effect

Did you know that Genially allows you to share your creation directly, without the need for downloads?Ready for your audience to view it on any device and promote it anywhere.

'Your contents are liked, but only hook if they are interactive'- Genially

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'Including quotes always strengthens our presentation. It breaks the monotony'

- Always cite the author

01.Structureyour content

Sections like this will help you get organized

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Relevant data

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Need more reasons to use dynamic content in class? Well: 90% of the information we assimilate comes to us through sight and, in addition, we retain 42% more information when the

the content moves. When carrying out a presentation you have to pursue two objectives: transmit information and avoid yawns.

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You can represent numbers like this

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...Even if you explain it orally later

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This way you will keep your audience's attention

Use timelines

Provide context for your topic

You can briefly describe the timeline of your presentation and present the

Oral milestones achieved to keep everyone awake.

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Plan

20XX -> 20XX

Structure

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Design

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Teach

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Evaluate

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Awesome Timeline, step by step

Step 1. A great title

You can add interactivity to your timeline. You can briefly describe what the timeline of your presentation consists of and orally present the milestones achieved so that no one falls asleep.

Step 2. A great title

Also animations to make it fun. To tell stories in an organized, hierarchical, structured, and concise way. These are the four pillars to carry out a successful presentation.

Step 3. A great title

The important thing is that everything fits the theme. Pose a question or problem that makes the class think; it is the essential ingredient to keep their attention.

Step 4. A great title

And leave your class speechless. Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

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Use graphics in your presentation

Graphics are very shareable, so they are perfect for social media and, to top it all off: they usually generate high-quality traffic to the content we create.

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Use this space to briefly describe your graph and its evolution.

Visual accompaniment convinces 67% of your class.

Put an important title here, something that captures the attention of the class

Provide context for your subject

When it comes to carrying out a presentation, there are two objectives to pursue: transmitting information and avoiding boredom. For this purpose, it can be a good practice to create an outline and use words and concepts that aid in the assimilation of the content. If you want to provide additional information or elaborate on the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral exposition.

We recommend that you train your voice and rehearse:The best improvisation is always the most worked on!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with others in the classroom can be your best allies when presenting content and creating motivating learning experiences.

Use tables and infographics

Visual communication is a key tool

We find it easier to 'read' images than to read written text. That's why disciplines like Visual Thinking facilitate knowledge organization through the use of images, charts, infographics, and simple drawings.

Visual accompaniment convinces 67% of your class.

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We are visual beings

We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

Narrative beings

We teach through stories.They entertain us and help us maintain focus.

Social beingssocial

We need to interact with each other. We learn collaboratively.

Digitalbeings

We avoid being part of the content saturation in the digital world.

Insert a great video for your presentation

And use this space to describe it. Multimedia content is essential in a presentation, to leave everyone speechless. In addition, this way you will synthesize the content and entertain the whole class.Visual content has incredible informative and illustrative power. For this reason, including videos and images in your creations is essential. You can include images that explain the topic well... Whatever you need. But illustrate it to break the monotony of the text and give dynamism to all your creations. Don't forget!Therefore, it is essential to seek depth in the topic and provide the resources that our students need. Well-organized content can be a differential in your methodology.

Visual accompaniment convinces 67% of your class.

Write a great headline

Provide context to your topic

Although you should not abuse bulletpoints, icons and diagrams can be great allies when presenting. You will keep your class's attention and the information will be engraved in their brain.

When we are told a story, it moves us. It can even touch us deeply, causing us to remember the stories up to 20 times more than any other content we can consume.

Generate experiences withyour content.

Measure resultsand experiment.

It has a WOW effect.Very WOW.

Activate and amazeyour audience.

Make your audience rememberthe message

It is orderly, hierarchical, and structured

Put an important title here, something that captures the attention of the class

Provide context to your topic

When conducting a presentation, two objectives must be pursued: transmitting information and avoiding yawns. To achieve this, it can be good practice to create an outline and use words and concepts that aid in content assimilation. If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral exposition.

We recommend that you train your voice and rehearse:The best improvisation is always the most rehearsed!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with the rest of the people in the classroom can be your best allies when presenting content and creating motivating learning experiences.

Present your genially with calm and conciseness. Summarize the content.

Show enthusiasm! Take a deep breath and start your presentation on the topic.

Inserted content

Social media

Music

Map

Interactive question

Multiple choice

Interactive question

Verdadero o falso

Pregunta interactiva

Elección de imagen

Interactive question

Sort

Conclusions

Describe the problem you solve and, above all, the reason why your idea is interesting

Our brain is prepared to consume visual content. And it makes sense: 90% of the information we process comes to us through sight.That's why visual content helps with faster learning in many cases.We are in the era of digital information explosion. This causes our way of obtaining information to change, transitioning from traditional reading to a cognitive strategy based on navigation.

Interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main ones.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

'Your content is liked, but they engage much more if they are interactive'

- Genially

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The visual accompaniment

get to convince 67% of your class.

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical manner, and to deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. Animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars for this purpose.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to show additional content and add animation to capture the class's attention.

Interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main ones.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

A great headline

When we are told a story, it excites us. It can even move us, making us remember stories up to 20 times more than any other

content that we can consume. We are in the age of the digital information explosion. This causes our way of obtaining information

80% of what we do and see, we remember. Your students also remember 10% of what they hear, 20% of what they read. Create interactive content!

of purchases are emotional.

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A great headline

50% of our brain is involved in processing visual stimuli.

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Content that we can consume. We are in the era of the digital information explosion. This causes our way of obtaining information

When we are told a story, it excites us. It can even move us, making us remember the stories up to 20 times more than any other

through visual content. Almost 50% of our brain is involved in processing visual stimuli.

have changed, we move from traditional reading to a navigation-based cognitive strategy. Our brain is biologically prepared to learn through

Describe the topic and content you’re going to cover in class

and don’t forget to emphasize why the topic is interesting

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical way, and to deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. To achieve this, animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to show additional content and add animation to capture the attention of the class.

Interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main points.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

Here you can put a highlighted title

Provide context to your topic with a subtitle

When carrying out a presentation, there are two objectives to pursue: transmitting information and avoiding yawns. To achieve this, it can be a good practice to create an outline and use words and concepts that facilitate the assimilation of the content.If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you train your voice and rehearse.

Showing enthusiasm, giving a smile, and maintaining eye contact with the rest of the people in the classroom are your best allies.

Interactivity and animation can be your best allies when it comes to creating tables, infographics or graphs that help provide context to the topic or unit, as well as simplify the information to make it more comprehensible. We are visual beings and we find it easier to 'read' images than to read written text.

Here you can put a highlighted title

Provide context to your topic with a subtitle

When carrying out a presentation, there are two objectives to pursue: conveying information and avoiding yawns. To achieve this, it can be a good practice to create an outline and use words and concepts that aid in the assimilation of the content.If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you practice your voice and rehearse.

Demonstrate enthusiasm, smile, and maintain eye contact with the rest of the people in the classroom are your best allies.

Interactivity and animation can be your best allies when creating tables, infographics, or graphics that help provide context to the topic or unit, as well as simplify information to make it more understandable. We are visual beings and we find it easier to 'read' images than to read written text.

Here you can put a highlighted title

Contextualize your topic with a subtitle

When carrying out a presentation, there are two objectives to pursue: conveying information and avoiding boredom. In order to achieve this, it can be a good practice to create an outline and use words and concepts that aid in the assimilation of the content.If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral exposition. We recommend that you train your voice and practice.

Demonstrate enthusiasm, draw a smile and maintain eye contact with the rest of the people in the classroom are your best allies.

Interactivity and animation can be your best allies when it comes to creating tables, infographics or graphics that help provide context to the topic or unit, as well as simplify the information to make it more understandable. We are visual beings and we find it easier to 'read' images than to read written text.

Animate your content and take it to the next level

Animation adds extra value

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical manner, and to deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. Animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars for this.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to display additional content and add animation to capture the class' attention.

The interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main ones.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

Abajo el contenido aburrido y plano en tus clases:

Do it to motivate

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical manner, and deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. In order to achieve this, animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to display additional content and add animation to capture the attention of the class.

The interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main points.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

something that catches the attention of the class

Put here a highlighted title,

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an orderly and hierarchical manner, and to deliver the most relevant content to the whole class. Animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars for this.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to show additional content and add animation to capture the class's attention.

Interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main ones.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

The visual accompaniment

get to convince 67% of your class.

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical manner, and to deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. Animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars for this purpose.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to show additional content and add animation to capture the class's attention.

Interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main ones.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

A great headline

90% of the information we assimilate comes to us through sight.

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content that we can consume. We are in the era of the digital information explosion. This causes our way of obtaining information

When we hear a story, it moves us. It can even touch us deeply, making us remember the stories up to 20 times more than any other.

Through visual content. Almost 50% of our brain is involved in processing visual stimuli.

have changed, we move from traditional reading to a navigation-based cognitive strategy. Our brain is prepared, from a biological point of view, to learn how to

Use images in your presentation

'To create your interactive image, you can use an image as a base. Choose one related to the topic and that is attractive'

And use this space to describe it. You can upload an image from your computer or use the resources available in Genially, on the left side of the tool.Leave the whole class amazed!Get 67% of your class convinced. This is because visual language facilitates the rapid acquisition of knowledge in an intuitive way. Could it be said that images are the key to success? Certainly.

Describe the topic and content you’re going to cover in class

and don’t forget to emphasize why the topic is interesting

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical way, and to deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. To achieve this, animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to show additional content and add animation to capture the attention of the class.

Interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main points.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

Here you can put a highlighted title

Provide context for your topic with a subtitle

When carrying out a presentation, there are two objectives to pursue: transmitting information and avoiding boredom. To achieve this, it can be a good practice to create an outline and use words and concepts that aid in content assimilation.If you want to provide additional information or elaborate on the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you practice your voice and rehearse.

Showing enthusiasm, flashing a smile, and maintaining eye contact with others in the classroom are your best allies.

Interactivity and animation can be your best allies when creating tables, infographics, or graphics that help provide context to the topic or unit, as well as simplify information to make it more understandable. We are visual beings and it is easier for us to 'read' images than to read written text.

Abajo el contenido aburrido y plano en tus clases:

Do it to motivate

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical manner, and deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. In order to achieve this, animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to display additional content and add animation to capture the attention of the class.

The interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main points.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

Animate your content and take it to the next level

Animation adds extra value

A great presentation is clear and structured in order to convey information in an organized and hierarchical manner, and to deliver the most relevant content to the entire class. Animation and interactivity are two fundamental pillars for this.With Genially, you can include any type of interactivity to display additional content and add animation to capture the class' attention.

The interactive visual communication step by step:

  • Plan the structure of your content.
  • Give visual weight to the key points and main ones.
  • Define secondary messages with interactivity.
  • Establish a flow through the content.
  • Measure the results.

A great headline

80% of what we do and see, we remember.

+85K

content we can consume. We are in the age of the digital information explosion. This causes our way of obtaining information

When we are told a story, it moves us. It can even touch us deeply, making us remember the stories up to 20 times more than any other

Through visual content. Almost 50% of our brain is involved in processing visual stimuli.

have changed, we go from traditional reading to a navigation-based cognitive strategy. Our brain is prepared, from a biological point of view, to learn