This is not a traditional PowerPoint in the sense that the information is not presented directly to the student. Instead, each slide has either a map or a chart/graph with questions. This activity is designed so that as the class goes through the PowerPoint and looks at the questions together, students write down their own individual answers on a chart (also provided). After sufficient time is given, volunteers or chosen students provide answers. If a student got a question or wrong or forgot a piece of information, they can add this extra info to a second column in their charts. This lesson is not only great for learning about China's physical geography, but it is awesome for practicing map reading and critical thinking skills as well.