Wednesday, February 4


Essential Question:
Why should you use PowerPoint to create a professional looking business presentation?
Key Questions:

What is a presentation? What is a slide show? What is a document theme? What is the title slide? What is landscape orientation? What are placeholders? What is a paragraph? What is a level? What is a bulleted list? What is a multi-level bulleted list slide? What is demoting? What is premoting? What is the layout gallery? What is a custom layout? What is normal view? What is the slides tab? What is the outline tab? What is the slide pane? What is the notes pane? What is the notes page view? What is the splitter bar? What are scroll arrows and boxes? What is the slide indicator? What is the clipart task pane? What is resizing? What is a selection rectangle? What are sizing handles? What is a black slide? What is drag and drop? What is an animation? What is a slide transition? What are document properties? What is metadata? What is a keyword? What are standard properties? What are automatically updated properties? What is document information panel? What is slide show view?

Activating Strategy:
Instructor will discuss PPT and presentations with students
Instructional Strategies and Student Activity:
  • Continue Daily Journal
  • Students will complete assignments below:
  • Apply Your Knowledge (Apply 1-1 Avoid the Flu) pages 55-56
  • In the Lab 1 (Lab 1-1 Study Skills) pages 59-60
  • In the Lab 2 (Lab 1-2 Vitamin D) pages 61-63
  • In the Lab 3 (This project creates two files: Lab 1-3 Part One Child Party and  Lab 1-3 Part Two Retirement Party) pages 64-69
  • When finished, call instructor over for a screen check–do not print
  • Due today at the end of class

  • Time permitting, begin PPT Project 2 (Yoga) pages 74-122
  • Print the PPT Handouts style, 6 slides per page
  • Due tomorrow at the end of class
Summarizing Strategy:

Answer key questions above

Observation, TOD

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