Powerpoint final project


This link will take you to Google drive. For maximum effect, download the original and open it as an actual powerpoint (.pptx) document. Then hit “enable editing” and put it in slideshow view. The works cited is located at the back of the powerpoint (when you press “exit” on the main page). I chose a powerpoint because I like working with them, and powerpoints are good at keeping readers engaged.

It’s about three common childhood neurological disorders: ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Dyslexia. The topic has always interested me. The powerpoint is kind of interactive, so you can compare the similarities and differences between the three conditions. One big similarity I want to point out is that none of them have cures. One interesting difference I want to point out is that some of the disorders have a visible effect on the brain that you can actually see in a scan, while other disorders (like autism) have no visible effect on the brain. In other words, we have a limited understanding of how to tell an autistic brain from a non-autistic brain. In many cases, our understanding of these disorders is quite limited. Also, there’s a lot of variety in the different forms that each of these disorders can take.

One response to “Powerpoint final project”

  1. Carlos Aizenman says:

    Great job! I love the interactive aspect to it, and finding links to specific examples.

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