Students will learn how to do a Pecha Kucha presentation (20 slices X 20 sec. each =6 minute 40 second presentation)
Pecha Kucha is a presentation style that uses 20 visually interesting slides timed to change every 20 seconds. This constrains the presenter by forcing them to keep presentations short, to the point, and devoid of text (in other words, presenters can't type their presentation on their power-point slides!). Pecha Kucha requires vividly interesting slides, and forces the presenter to get to the point.
How to Say Pecha Kucha (humourous)
Source: PKN Raleigh
This is some basic info about the history of Pecha Kucha
Source: Michelle Kassorla
In this TEDx Presentation, Eddie Selover discusses why Pecha Kucha is an important way to present.
Source: TEDx Orlando
This is a screencast step-by-step tutorial for creating a Pecha Kucha in Power Point.
Source: College at Charleston