Online Presentations in Jeopardy!
Your online presentations can be highly engaging, interactive conversations.
For example, Business Week does regular internet slide shows. They are often simple: a paragraph with a headline that describes a compelling picture. The audience clicks on the "next" button until the slide show is over. This gives the audience a way to control the pace of the presentation.
For extra interaction, the last slide is often a quiz...(see Podcast Slide Show
for an example).
I've also seen online slide shows where every slide contains a quiz question (you've seen them, too.). You can get the answer by clicking to the next slide. That's a great "hook" to keep your audience interested.
Hey, it works for Jeopardy! (By the way, you can download "Jeopardy" PowerPoint templates created by teachers here
And honestly, what sentient beings really care about American Idol finals (snore)? Watching Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings face off in the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions was much more rewarding TV viewing!