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BYU-Idaho has developed several presentation options for Pathway missionaries to use when informing potential students and/or local Church leaders about the program. Each type of presentation is intended for a different audience, and instructions are provided below regarding which presentation to use for which audience. (For consistency, please do not use any presentation created by you or another missionary -- only use those created by BYU-Idaho.)
STEP 1: Download the Pathway Presentation
Choose the presentation you would like to download from the chart below. The folder you download will contain two items: 1) The presentation, and 2) Talking points. Please print and review the talking points several times before giving a presentation.
|Standard Program||Standard Program||Standard Program|
|ESL Program*||ESL Program*||ESL Program*|
*ESL presentations should only be used in areas with established Pathway-ESL programs.
STEP 2: Test the Presentation
After you have downloaded the presentation, check to see if the audio and videos play properly. If the videos do not work, you will need to do the following:
Also, if the Talking Points document does not open, you will need to download Adobe Reader for free: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
These presentations have been created using Microsoft PowerPoint. In order for the presentation to function properly, you must have the following installed on your computer: PowerPoint for Windows 2007 or 2010, or PowerPoint for Mac 2008 or 2011. If you do not have the latest version of PowerPoint, you may purchase it from BYU-Idaho at a significantly reduced rate by contacting Cindy Perdue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These presentations contains audio and video clips on several slides. These clips are embedded in the presentations and will play when the slide is clicked a second time.
If you experience any technical issues with the PowerPoints, please contact your Pathway regional manager, or call (208) 496-1820 to be directed to the correct individual.