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If you haven’t done so already, create a PowerPoint ( ppt ) and name it “About Me .” HINT: You can re-save this ppt as “About Me” so you don’t have to re-type anything.  Make sure your ppt has AT LEAST six (6) slides: Title Culture History Personality Hobbies Goals & Hopes

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What do i do

  • If you haven’t done so already, create a PowerPoint (ppt) and name it “About Me.” HINT: You can re-save this ppt as “About Me” so you don’t have to re-type anything. 

  • Make sure your ppt has AT LEAST six (6) slides:

    • Title

    • Culture

    • History

    • Personality

    • Hobbies

    • Goals & Hopes

  • Read each slide on this ppt to get ideas for yours. Each slide has questions for you to answer.

What do I do?


What do i do continued

  • Find a picture to represent your answer to each question. For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • For each picture you add, include the “Image URL” by right clicking on the picture to copy it:

  • When you are done, organize your slides in a way that makes sense to you. Try adding animations and transitions to make your slide show “pop.”

  • If you finish today, begin writing about yourself in a Word document (save it as “About Me,” too). Use the ideas from the ppt to help you as you write.

What do I do? (Continued)


About me my goals

About Me & My Goals For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:


Culture
Culture For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • Where you are from

  • Where your family is from

  • Important family members

  • Important traditions

  • Important holidays


History
History For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • How old you are

  • Important achievements or accomplishments

  • Places of interest that you have been to

  • Places that you’ve lived


Personality
Personality For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • What kind of person are you (happy, friendly, shy, etc.)?

  • Do you have any unusual interests?

  • What are some things people getting to know you should know about you?


Hobbies
Hobbies For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • Sports you like to play/watch

  • Other games and activities you spend time on

  • Specific positions (in sports) or skills (like drawing, writing, etc.) that you are trying to develop


Goals hopes
Goals & Hopes For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • Most important personal goal(s) for this year

  • What you want to be when you grow up

  • Somewhere you’d like to live when you grow up

  • One place you’d like to see in your lifetime


Once you ve got pictures
Once you’ve got pictures… For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:

  • …add a few words to explain your images

  • …re-organize your slides, if needed, to make the “story of you” make more sense; tell it like you’d tell someone in person

  • …make sure you have URLs (web addresses) for each image.

  • …try using the “Design,” “Transitions,” and “Animations” tabs at the top of the window to make your work look cooler.


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