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					                   Introduction to
                   PowerPoint



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While Waiting

   Launch PowerPoint
   Create a blank presentation
   Name and Save Presentation to Desktop




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Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship
   Student Learning and Academic Performance

    1. Digital Access: full electronic participation in society
    2. Digital Literacy: the process of teaching and learning about technology
    and the use of technology
    3. Digital Communication: electronic exchange of information

   School Environment and Student Behavior

    4. Digital Security & Safety: electronic precautions to guarantee
    safety/physical well-being in a digital technology world
    5. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or procedure
    6. Digital Rights and Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone
    in a digital world

   Student Life Outside the School Environment

    7. Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling of goods
    8. Digital Health and Wellness: physical and psychological well-being
    9. Digital Law: rights and restrictions
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              Digital Citizenship Links
 www.digitalcitizenship.net
 www.digitalcitizenshiped.com/Curriculum.a
  spx
 www.netsmartz.org
 http://cybersmart.org/
 www.bpscybersafety.org/index.html
 www.staysafeonline.info/


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Standard Addressed

Standard 3. Demonstrate ability to use
technology for research, problem-solving, and
communication.




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Introduction to PowerPoint
By the end of this session you will know and be
  able to:
 Create a slide presentation with existing
  template.
 Create a multimedia presentation to
  communicate learning with others.



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You Will Demonstrate This By ~

   Creating a 5 slide presentation
       Using backgrounds, clip art and text
       Saving the PowerPoint
       Sharing the presentation




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What is PowerPoint? Why should I
learn how to use it?

   PowerPoint is software tool used for presenting
    information in a dynamic slide show format.
       Text, charts, graphs, sound effects and video are
          some of the elements.




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Launching PowerPoint
    Icons




                   Start Menu


   Shortcut bar

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General Tips
   Introduce 1 idea per slide
   Use concise sentences
   Use the same tense throughout
   Use strong verbs
   Use only 6-8 words per point
   Use 50 words or less per slide
   Use Headlines to grab attention and summarize the slide
   Don’t use all capitals
   Establish a format and use it


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Creating a Presentation
  After opening PowerPoint
  you will see a screen such
  as this one.

  You can choose to:
  1. open a previous
     presentation
  2. create a new one
  3. use a template

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Slide Design



     Design Templates
         Various     backgrounds
     Color Schemes
         Changes      the color of slide background
     Animation Schemes
         How      slides appears

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       Slide Transition



                      Various styles on how
                       the slides move from
                       one to another
                      Modifying the
                       transition
                       Speed
                       Sound
                      Advancing the slide
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Views
Normal View Slide Sorter View      Slide Show View




These are seen in the bottom right side of the window

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Save-vs.-Save As




                                 Keyboard shortcut
                                   Save button
                        Save
                        button
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Undo
Your new best friend!!!!




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Selecting & Deleting Text
   Move cursor to the end of the word
   Click and hold then drag the mouse backwards
    over the word so that is selected ( it will be
    highlighted)
   To delete text press the Delete or backspace on
    the keyboard
   You can also select the text by holding down the
    shift and pressing the arrow keys



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Text Formatting
                   The previous version of PowerPoint…




                   The current version of PowerPoint…




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Cut, copy and paste
   Ctrl + X = Cut
   Ctrl + C = Copy
   Ctrl + V = Paste
               Or use the toolbar shortcut




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Inserting Slides

 Creating New slides:
    Click insert select “new slide”
    Ctrl + “M”
    New slide shortcut button on toolbar




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Inserting Slides

   From an existing PowerPoint
      Click insert
         Select slide from file

         Navigate to location the file has been saved

         Select file and click open

         You may choose to insert the entire
          PowerPoint or select individual slides


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Inserting Clipart


                  Click Insert
                      select from
                       clipart…
                  And a search
                   pane will open
                  Type in a
                   keyword in the
                   “search for:” and
                   box click “go”

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Drawing Text Boxes


This is a text box button
Click on the button, you will see an upside down “t” using
this draw your box
You may resize the box after typing in the text
Using a text box allows you to move a section of text
around easily, you may also rotate the text box and create
animation with the text box
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Your Turn
   Create a 5 slide presentation
     Use different layouts for each slide
     Use text boxes
     Add clip art
     Transitions
     Use a minimum of 3 design templates
             Change one color scheme



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RUBRIC

     CATEGORY          4                             3                             2                             1
Text - Font Choice &   Font formats (e.g., color,    Font formats have been        Font formatting has been      Font formatting makes it
Formatting             bold, italic) have been       carefully planned to          carefully planned to          very difficult to read the
                       carefully planned to          enhance readability.          complement the content.       material.
                       enhance readability and                                     It may be a little hard to
                       content.                                                    read.

Background             Background does not           Background does not           Background does not           Background makes it
                       detract from text or other    detract from text or other    detract from text or other    difficult to see text or
                       graphics. Choice of           graphics. Choice of           graphics.                     competes with other
                       background is consistent      background is consistent                                    graphics on the page.
                       from card to card and is      from card to card.
                       appropriate for the topic.

Use of Graphics        All graphics are attractive   A few graphics are not        All graphics are attractive   Several graphics are
                       (size and colors) and         attractive but all support    but a few do not seem to      unattractive AND detract
                       support the theme/content     the theme/content of the      support the theme/content     from the content of the
                       of the presentation.          presentation.                 of the presentation.          presentation.

Spelling and Grammar   Presentation has no           Presentation has 1-2          Presentation has 1-2          Presentation has more
                       misspellings or               misspellings, but no          grammatical errors but no     than 2 grammatical and/or
                       grammatical errors.           grammatical errors.           misspellings.                 spelling errors.

Effectiveness          Project includes all          Project includes most         Project is missing more       Project is lacking several
                       material needed to gain a     material needed to gain a     than two key elements. It     key elements and has
                       comfortable                   comfortable                   would make an                 inaccuracies that make it a
                       understanding of the          understanding of the          incomplete study guide.       poor study guide.
                       topic. It is a highly         material but is lacking one
                       effective study guide.        or two key elements. It is
                                                     an adequate study guide.

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Resources
   ISTE Publications, Digital Citizenship in Schools
    by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey, copyright
    2007, ISBN No: 978-1-56484-232-9.
   http://www.actden.com/pp/
   http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/default.aspx
   http://www.fgcu.edu/support/office2000/ppt/




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