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I don't know how to use powerpoint in creating graphs, however you could screen shot work from Desmos: https://www.desmos.com/ and place it in your powerpoint. It is an amazing resource!
I think it would be neat to show ladder steps to emphasize slope (and the terms "rise over run") where you do one ladder step at a time and overlay onto the original graph, and then connecting all the points to form a line. Does that make sense? Using different colors for rise, run and the line itself would be a nice touch too.
you can find alot of powerpoint resource lessons online. Google them and you'll have your powerpoint that you can tweak. But I would say that most them them are not "attractive". Here's a video on slope that I've always appreciated:
I hope this helps too
this has no powerpoint but it may prove to be helpful:
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