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    • Engage your Students with PowerPoint Activities
      SalamaAlketbi 2010
    • Table of Content
      • What is PowerPoint?
      • Why should we use PowerPoint?
      • Effective use of PowerPoint in teaching
      • Examples of PowerPoint activities
      • Create a multiple choice activty
    • What is PowerPoint?
      As a software:
      It is Microsoft application used to create interactive presentations containing text, art, animation, and audio and video elements. (Starr L. 2000).
      As an educational tool:
      Is a tool as Jonassensaid that helps the learners to present their knowledge and share it together.
    • Why should we use PowerPoint?
      Captures the students' attention.
      Presents information or instruction to whole class.
      Give the chance to be creative.
      Creates tutorials, reviews, quizzes for students.
      Displays student’s work.
      Creates active classroom environment.
      (Starr L. 2000).
    • Effective use of PowerPoint in teaching
      Engagement
      Stage
      Oral language
      Activity
      Quick Quiz
    • Examples of PowerPoint Activities
    • How To Create Multiple Choice Activity
      Activity
    • References:
      • Jonassen, D. (2000). Computers as Mindtools for Schools. Prentice Hall: London.
      • Kyriacou, C. (2001) Essential Teaching Skills. Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes.
      • Montecino V. (1999). Creating an Effective PowerPoint Presentation. Retrieved
      December 4, 2007 from http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/powerpoint.html
      • Nettlebeck, D. (2005). Computers, Thinking and Learning. Victoria: Acer Press
      • Starr L. (2000). PowerPoint -- Creating Classroom Presentations. RetrievedDecember 4, 2007 from http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech013.shtml