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*Simple, easy to read bullet points (no paragraphs)
*Pictures on each slide relating to content (in moderation)
*Easy to read text over pleasing background (attention to design)
*Essential content with no unneeded nonsense
When you download one of my PowerPoint Presentations you will be receiving content of the quality described above. For more detailed information continue reading below:
This PowerPoint on Blood is geared to any High School Biology or Anatomy class/grade. The purpose of this PowerPoint is to summarize the important information and concepts about blood.
On average this presentation should run approximately 10 to 30 minutes of class time and is meant to either introduce or reinforce concepts.
There are 8 slides (excluding the title slide) on this PowerPoint which contain the following titles:
Composition of Blood
Red Blood Cells
Why is Blood Red?
White Blood Cells
White Blood Cells Continued...
The Blood Clotting Process
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