Slide shows rely primarily on text and graphics to tell their stories. They may also incorporate sound, animation, and video. Some include interactive media like virtual reality models or small simulations.
Although slide shows may allow some optional topics, the primary pathway is linear. This structure lets the designer control the order of learning experiences. The learner can control the pace of the story and can ask some questions, but the designer remains the storyteller.
About the example
Why do leaves change color? simply explains why leaves turn yellow, gold, and red in the fall. You can navigate from screen to screen by clicking the buttons at the bottom-left of the page.
This example was built in PowerPoint and converted to HTML5 with iSpring Presenter.