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  1. Multimedia Presentations Arizona State University PT3 Laura Stock

  2. What is multimedia? • The use of: • Sound • Motion • Images • Color Multimedia Presentations

  3. Why use multimedia? • To illustrate • Clarify points • Multi-sensory Multimedia Presentations

  4. Why Electronic? • Professional look • Simple to use • Modifiable • Incorporates all forms of media Multimedia Presentations

  5. What can you do? Example presentations

  6. Alphabet ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

  7. A A A A A Apple Multimedia Presentations

  8. B B B B B Balloons Multimedia Presentations

  9. C C C C C CAR Multimedia Presentations

  10. Addition Tables Let’s Practice your Addition!

  11. Problem #1 2 + 3 = ? Click on the correct answer: 4 2 5 6 Multimedia Presentations

  12. Incorrect, Try Again Back

  13. Correct! Next

  14. Frogs

  15. Characteristics • Amphibians • Long sticky tongues • They jump Multimedia Presentations

  16. Habitat • Marshy areas such as: • Swamps • Lakes Multimedia Presentations

  17. Frogs on the WWW • To discover fun stuff about frogs: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/kids/frogsforkids.html Multimedia Presentations

  18. Cells Animal Cells and Meiosis & Mitosis

  19. Animal Cells • This is an animal cell…. Multimedia Presentations

  20. Cell Membrane Golgi Nucleolus Multimedia Presentations

  21. Quiz Yourself on Cells! • Cellular Structure Quiz (interactive) • http://www.medinfo.ufl.edu/year1/histo/quiz/mh01.html Multimedia Presentations

  22. Mitosis • The phases of Mitosis… Multimedia Presentations

  23. Meiosis • After studying meiosis…let’s quiz ourselves! Multimedia Presentations

  24. Interphase Metaphase Prophase Learn more about the stages of Meiosis by clicking on the stage you wish to explore, after reading, click on the back arrow to continue Move on to practice quiz Multimedia Presentations

  25. Back Interphase • Interphase first replicates chromosomes into two identical sets Multimedia Presentations

  26. Back Prophase • DNA forms chromosomes, nucleus dissolves, spindles form. Every set of chromatids attach with their homologue to form tetrads. This connection is called synapsis, in which similar chromosomes (homologues) wrap around each other and may exchange pieces. This is called crossing over and results in new gene combinations on chromosomes that will produce genetically unique gametes. This random "shuffle" of genes ensures that the new zygote formed in fertilization will be genetically different from its parents. Multimedia Presentations

  27. Back Metaphase • The tetrads are moved by spindle fibers to the equator of the cell Multimedia Presentations

  28. Practice Quiz • Click on the link that represents the best response to the question below: • Prophase includes these processes: • a. DNA forms chromosomes, nucleus swells • b. DNA splits, nucleus disappears • c. DNA forms chromosomes, nucleus disappears • d. DNA splits, spindles disappear Multimedia Presentations

  29. Incorrect, Try Again! • Go back and try answering the question again, OR, go back and study more! Back Study More Back Answer Question Again Multimedia Presentations

  30. You are Correct! • DNA forms chromosomes, nucleus dissolves, spindles form. Every set of chromatids attach with their homologue to form tetrads. This connection is called synapsis, in which similar chromosomes (homologues) wrap around each other and may exchange pieces. This is called crossing over and results in new gene combinations on chromosomes that will produce genetically unique gametes. This random "shuffle" of genes ensures that the new zygote formed in fertilization will be genetically different from its parents. Multimedia Presentations

  31. Water!

  32. Water Cycle Multimedia Presentations

  33. How can you use multimedia in your classroom? Think of an idea and we can help you create a presentation!

  34. Designing Multimedia Presentations

  35. Fonts • 3 fonts per slide- Max • San-serif for bullets • (ex. Verdana, Arial, Comic Sans etc) • 14 point minimum Multimedia Presentations

  36. Rule 166 • 1 idea per slide • 6 bullets or less per slide • 6 words per bullet Multimedia Presentations

  37. Early childhood Large letters Comic Sans font Simple Interactive experience (simple) Grades 4-8 Student created Media added Hyperlinks Interactive experience (quizzes) Audience considerations Multimedia Presentations

  38. Multimedia Resources MS Design Gallery Live- downloadable clipart site: http://dgl.com Free Photos!: http://desktoppub.about.com/cs/freephotos/ Animation Factory—FREE animated gifs: http://www.animationfactory.com/ Animated Gif archive: http://www.animationfactory.com/ Absolute FX Sound Archive—download sound: http://www.grsites.com/sounds/ A1 Free Sound Effects—download sound: http://www.a1freesoundeffects.com/ Multimedia Presentations

  39. Lists of info. Title page Compare/contrast Graphs Flowchart Clip art/images Slide Layout • Use the pre-made slide layouts: Multimedia Presentations

  40. Use design templates Use the pre-formatted templates….or use a simple background color Multimedia Presentations

  41. PowerPoint animation • Animation (movement of text/objects on slide) • Use when motion must be shown OR • When you are showing steps OR • To sequence information Multimedia Presentations

  42. Example of animation • If you are asking a question: • Who is the 43rd president of the U.S? George W. Bush Multimedia Presentations

  43. PowerPoint transitions • Transition (refers to the actions between slides) • Keeps the presentation flowing • Professional look Multimedia Presentations

  44. Example of a transition • The following transition is called… “Box In” Multimedia Presentations

  45. Conclusion • Multimedia presentations = multi-sensory learning experience • Design presentation to meet audience capabilities • Use multiple forms of media and PowerPoint functions Multimedia Presentations