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PowerPoint Presentations for Teachers and Students

Plan, Design, Create, Present,

Engage, Evaluate, and Educate


Home

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Research shows

Multimedia Projects

  • Support multiple intelligences

  • Cooperative learning

  • Construction of knowledge

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    • Unique perspectives, diverse interests, skills

    • Students become producers of knowledge, not consumers


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Overview of PowerPoint

  • Primarily electronic slide shows

  • Cross platform

  • Numerous predefined templates


Hi MOM!

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PowerPoint Has A Lot to OfferCarefully Planned or...

AMess


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Planning Multimedia Projects

  • Instructional Goals

  • Decide on the Project

  • Develop Skills for the project

  • Assess resources


Group alternatives

Heterogeneous

Homogeneous

Grouping variables

ability

Learning styles

Group numbers

Introduce social skills

Listening

politeness

Place in groups

Schedule computer time.

On and off activities

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Organize the Project


Brainstorming

Current knowledge

what knowledge is needed (KWL chart)

Whole class? Individuals? Small groups?

Research

On or off computers

Library

Classroom

At home

Bibliography sheet

Journal/record keeper

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Brainstorming/Research


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Design!What Makes a Well-designed, Effective Presentation?

Several Things….


Play?

Back?

Go ?

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Keep the User Interface Simple

  • Not for showing off all the features of PowerPoint

  • Users should only see what they need


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Consistency is Important

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  • Objects that perform the same should look the same

  • Keep in the same position

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“Beep!”

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Immediate Feedback to the User

  • Did the computer “hear” the user?

  • Short beep

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Use Familiar Metaphors

  • Use objects the user is familiar with.

  • Clearly understood


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Colors

  • Background colors (no red)

  • Five or less colors per screen

  • Dark background = lighter text + visa versa

  • Consistent text color


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Text

  • Not too “wordy”

  • Left justify

  • Double space

  • No blinking

  • No text on graphics

  • Large fonts

  • Same font throughout


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Graphics

  • No unrelated pictures

  • Same place

  • Label charts and graphs

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Plant Growth

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Navigation

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  • Common navigation icons

  • Big enough

  • Permanent buttons at screen edge

  • Back up and forward

  • Exit button - each screen

  • Instructions

Instructions

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Video Files

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  • Keep the video segments short

  • Include replay button

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Blah,blah...

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Audio Files

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  • Students love to hear their voices!

  • Conversation style

  • No audio conflicts

  • Sounds for transitions

  • 10 Seconds or less

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Planning!Flowcharts and Storyboards

  • How organized?

  • Flowcharts

  • Storyboards

  • Credits, citations

Where to Begin?


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Flowcharts - Linear

  • Specific sequence

  • Step-by-step

  • Frog dissection steps

Title

Step 2

Step n

Credits


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Flowcharts - Tree/Cluster

  • Main idea

  • Branches into other topics

  • Perhaps main menu

  • Cluster = two subjects

  • Tree = more than two

  • States, music genres

Title

Menu

Subject 1

Subject n

Info

Info


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Flowcharts - Star

  • Main idea

  • Branches into several others

  • School presentations - activities, sports schedule, teacher contacts

Subject 2

Subject n

Subject 1

Menu

Subject 5

Subject 3

Subject 4


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Storyboards

  • Each one = square in the flowchart

  • Meets requirements of project

  • Include design and content information

Sketch it here.

Background:

Border:

Pictures:

Title and text information:

Navigation and Button information:


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Evaluate

  • Rubrics for every stage of the project

Research

Flowchart

Storyboard

Self Evaluation

Peer Evaluation

Group Self Evaluation

Teacher Evaluation

Content

Mechanics

Design

Presentation

Final Grades

A+


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Now It’s Your Turn...

  • Pick your curriculum project

  • Quick flowchart

  • Storyboards

  • Put it together (see “How To” handout)

  • Present


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Credits

Ivers, Karen and Barron, Ann,

Multimedia Projects in Education,

Teachers Ideas Press, 1998

Sun Associates

55 Middlesex Street

North Chelmsford, MA 01863

[email protected]

Graphics from Barry’s Clip Art Server


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