Wednesday, October 1

Reminder - Research Paper due Wednesday, Oct. 8 at the beginning of class

Essential Question:
Why should you have knowledge and skills for PPT?
Key Questions:

Why should you be able to complete the following tasks? Open, view, and save presentations; edit and replace text in normal view; format slide text; check spelling and use the thesaurus; insert slides and modify slide layouts; insert and format pictures; organize slides using slide sorter view; apply slide transitions and view slide shows; insert headers and footers and print presentation handouts; add notes pages and print notes; type text in the outline tab; use keyboard shortcuts; move and delete slides and normal view; design presentations for audience and location; create new presentations; change presentation themes; apply font and color themes; format slide backgrounds with styles; format slide backgrounds with pictures and textures; format text with WordArt; change character spacing and font color; modify bulleted and numbered lists; move and copy text and objects; use format painter and clear all formatting; edit slide masters; save and apply presentation templates; create slide from microsoft word outlines; design presentations with contrast;

Activating Strategy:
Begin assignments below
Instructional Strategies and Student Activity:
  • Continue Getting Started with PPT 2010, page 466-487. Save files to your H drive in your PPT folder.
  • Continue Format a Presentation, page 498-519
  • Continue Enhance Presentations with Graphics, page 530-551
  • Continue Present Data Using Tables, Charts, and Animation, page 562-583
  • As you complete each assignment (chapter), call instructor over for a screen check
  • The assignments above are due Friday at the end of class
Summarizing Strategy:

TOD: What topic did you choose for your speech?

Observation, TOD

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