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Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

  • Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

  • Copy any slide and alter it to develop a self test

  • On the slide that was copied, place shaded squares or rectangles or any geometric figures to hide useful information. The shaded figures in row A can be copied using Mac or PC commands that are outlined on the next slide. That next slide shows how to make multiple of copies of a given geometric figure as shown in row B. Now place shaded figures over parts of the copied slide to cover up “useful” information to develop your self test.

  • Row A.

  • Row B.

  • See how this is done in examples A-E.


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

How do I Cut, Copy, and Paste with a Mac?

On a Mac computer, the Command key is generally located adjacent to the spacebar and is often labeled with a ⌘ symbol that resembles a four leaf clover. The following key combinations require that you first press and hold the Command key, while proceeding to press the letter assigned to the Copy, Cut or Past function.

To Copy with a Mac, use the following key combination:

Command + C

To Cut with a Mac, use the following key combination:

Command + X

To Paste with a Mac, use the following key combination:

Command + V

PC method


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Example A


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Original and Not Altered


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Altered Copy with shaded areas

Self test employing an altered Copy of original with shaded areas

Shaded

Shaded

Shaded


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Self-TestStudy the unaltered slide for at least 30 minutes. Now take the self test to see if you determine what the information on the slideis hidden. To verify your response click and remove blue shaded rectangles and squares to see the hidden information. Now return shaded rectangles and squares to the same or different positions on the slide for future testing.


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Example B


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Original and not altered


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Copy

Altered Copy with shaded areas

Self test employing an altered Copy of original with shaded areas


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Self-TestStudy the unaltered slide for at least 30 minutes. Now take the self test to see if you determine what the information on the slideis hidden. To verify your response click and remove blue shaded rectangles and squares to see the hidden information. Now return shaded rectangles and squares to the same or different positions on the slide for future testing


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Example C


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Original and Not Altered

Exogenous antigens are those from outside cells of the body. Examples include bacteria, free viruses, yeasts, protozoa, and toxins. These exogenous antigens enter antigen-presenting cells or APCs (macrophages, dendritic cells, and B-lymphocytes) through phagocytosis. The microbes are engulfed and placed in a phagosome. After lysosomes fuse with the phagosome, protein antigens are degraded by proteases into a series of peptides. These peptides eventually bind to grooves in MHC-II milecules and are transported to the surface of the APC. T4-lymphocytes are then able to recognize peptide/MHC-II complexes by means of their T-cell receptors (TCRs) and CD4 molecules.


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Self test employing an altered Copy of original with shaded areas

Exogenous antigens are those from outside cells of the body. Examples include bacteria, free viruses, yeasts, protozoa, and toxins. These exogenous antigens enter antigen-presenting cells or APCs (macrophages, dendritic cells, and B-lymphocytes) through phagocytosis. The microbes are engulfed and placed in a phagosome. After lysosomes fuse with the phagosome, protein antigens are degraded by proteases into a series of peptides. These peptides eventually bind to grooves in MHC-II milecules and are transported to the surface of the APC. T4-lymphocytes are then able to recognize peptide/MHC-II complexes by means of their T-cell receptors (TCRs) and CD4 molecules.


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Self-TestStudy the unaltered slide for at least 30 minutes. Now take the self test to see if you determine what the information on the slideis hidden. To verify your response click and remove blue shaded rectangles and squares to see the hidden information. Now return shaded rectangles and squares to the same or different positions on the slide for future testing


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Example D


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Original and Not Altered


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Altered Copy with shaded areas

Self test employing an altered Copy of original with shaded areas

Copy


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Self-TestStudy the unaltered slide for at least 30 minutes. Now take the self test to see if you determine what the information on the slideis hidden. To verify your response click and remove blue shaded rectangles and squares to see the hidden information. Now return shaded rectangles and squares to the same or different positions on the slide for future testing


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Example E


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Original and Not Altered


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Copy

Self test employing an altered Copy of original with shaded areas


Fast and simple way to produce a study guide

Self-TestStudy the unaltered slide for at least 30 minutes. Now take the self test to see if you determine what the information on the slideis hidden. To verify your response click and remove blue shaded rectangles and squares to see the hidden information. Now return shaded rectangles and squares to the same or different positions on the slide for future testing


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