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Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
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Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
Lauren DeSieno's How to Make IP Slides
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The Integrated Project is a multimedia, interactive, interdisciplinary year-long research initiative that has a required PowerPoint component for the interactive documentary. Lauren DeSieno, SHS …

The Integrated Project is a multimedia, interactive, interdisciplinary year-long research initiative that has a required PowerPoint component for the interactive documentary. Lauren DeSieno, SHS 2008, created this tutorial so the next generation of students would have an easier learning curve. In PowerPoint without timing.

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  • 1. What If… The Stock Market never crashed? Abraham Lincoln was never assassinated? The atomic bomb was never invented? The Cuban Missile Crisis escalated to war? Martin Luther King never had a dream? Rosie never riveted?
  • 2. What If you could change history?
  • 3. What is Integrated Project?
    • In-depth research project with historical scenario
    • Year-long collaborative learning
    • Utilizes limited resources
    • Integrates :
      • Multimedia skills
      • Collaborative research
      • Team building
      • Conflict resolution
      • Presentation skills
      • Post production editing
  • 4. Step 1: Brainstorming Step 2: Picking a question & forming an essential question Step 3: Getting the facts straight Step 4: S.P.E.R.M Step 5: Making a slide Step 6: Inserting video(s) Step 7: Inserting audio(s) Step 8: Editing Step 9: The 411 on script writing Step 10: Putting it all together
  • 5. Step 1: Brainstorming
    • Choose a topic that has enough information for a 45 minute presentation
    • If you are not interested, your project will not be interesting!
    • Start with an event in history (or specific decade) and then research it
    • Give yourself options
  • 6. Step 2: Choose a question & E.Q
    • Begin with What If..? or ‘The ##’s Decade
    • Must be a question that can not be automatically answered
    • Contradicts what already happened, must be opposite of what happened
    • Essential Question:
      • Gets the audience to question, ‘What will happen next?’
      • Gives an idea of what could happen in your performance, script
  • 7. Step 3: Getting the facts straight
    • Utilize a timeline from specific time period
    • Research information, organize in chart format
    • Get the ideas, ditch the details
    • Utilize: Nettrekker.com
  • 8. Step 4: S.P.E.R.M S ocial P olitical E conomic R eligion M ilitary and D aily Life
  • 9. Step 5: Making a slide
    • Slide Make-Up:
      • Transparency background
      • Catchy title
      • Attractive picture(s)
      • To the point information
    • Remember:
      • Utilize same fonts & colors throughout presentation
      • Crop photos
      • Symmetry- very important!
      • Make visible from a distance
  • 10. Step 6: Inserting video(s)
    • Choosing a video:
      • United Streaming video clips
      • Look for something that highlights main point or gets point across
      • Editing is extremely important!
    • Importance of video:
      • Highlights points
      • Adds drama to script; see 411 on script writing
      • Adds excitement and different dynamic
      • Keeps audience interested and educated
  • 11. Step 7: Inserting audio(s)
    • Choosing audio:
      • United Streaming audio
      • Editing is extremely important!
      • Do not over-do audio clips
    • Importance of audio:
      • Highlights points
      • Adds drama to performance
      • Adds excitement and different dramatic
      • Keeps audience interested
  • 12. Step 8: Editing
      • Sound & Audio Editing:
        • Audacity
      • Photo Editing:
        • Paint
        • Picasa 2
      • Video Editing:
        • Windows Movie Maker
      • **Software and programs are free, easy to use
  • 13. Step 9: The 411 on script writing
    • Script says everything your slides do not
    • Detail, detail, detail!
    • Make the audience believe that what going on really happened
    • Examples:
      • Fictional Families
      • Businesses
      • Friends
      • Towns
  • 14. Step 5: Putting it all together
    • All of the key components are finally put together
    • Present script and historical information to a crowd; your goal is to educate!
    • Feel accomplished that you did something; that you changed history!
      • See next slides for examples
  • 15. What If the automobile was never INSERT ESSENTIAL QUESTION HERE! invented? invented?
  • 16. “ One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn't do. “ Henry Ford The Model T The Model T Simple, Reliable & Affordable The average working American could afford it Started at: $825.00 Dropped to: $575.00
  • 17. Society Gets Movin’ Brought families & friends closer together Means of more efficient transportation & social status Sense of freedom Increased business
  • 18. Making a Living …sort of 1901 Census revealed 83% of the male population were employed Agriculture, manufacturing, mining, & the transportation industry were popular fields Hours & Conditions were dangerous, risky “ People forget how fast you did a job—but they remember how well you did it.”
  • 19. Cars enable citizens to travel to destinations in less time. Travel Made Easy Travel Made Easy
  • 20.  
  • 21. Gregor Mendel’s work with genetics is published …………………………… ....... Allows many to question, “ What is religion?” …………………………… ....... Popular in both religion & education
  • 22. Progressivism is main political movement in early 20th century United States Theodore Roosevelt becomes President 1901

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