What’s in Your Digital Tackle Box?Building a Multimedia Presentation            November 8, 2012                 7 pm ET  ...
Kyle Schutt   Discovery Educationkyle_schutt@discovery.co            m        @ktschutt
Webinar Learning Goals• Become more familiar with the tools and  resources on the ExploretheBlue.com  website• Learn how t...
Key Hands-on Activity  Pause for reviewJournal time (science     notebooks)  Teacher Ideas - optional to show to      sude...
Learning ObjectivesBy the end of this lesson, studentsshould be able to:
Lesson Essential   Questions
Key Vocabulary
Stop to Think
Group Discussion!         Turn        and talk         with a        partner.                   1:00                   1:0...
Write it out…
Get Your Hands Dirty!
Check for Understanding
Homework/Reinforcemen       t Ideas•   Science – Have students plan an extension of the comparison of    plants by bringin...
Prezi.com
Water Challenge
Thank you!ExploretheBlue.com
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  • Lesson Objectives – You may choose to show this slide to the students or you can hide it during the presentation.
  • To reinforce the concept
  • Have students write their answers to the “Think About” questions in their journals… this will also serve as a spot check for understanding.
  •  Hands-On ActivityStudents will complete the Hands-On Activity*Create text box for what students should do.
  • Project Ideas: To help your students apply their understanding of the subconcepts, you may wish to have your students complete some follow-up projects. The time required to complete each project will vary; some may require students to work outside the classroom.
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    1. 1. What’s in Your Digital Tackle Box?Building a Multimedia Presentation November 8, 2012 7 pm ET ExploretheBlue.com
    2. 2. Kyle Schutt Discovery Educationkyle_schutt@discovery.co m @ktschutt
    3. 3. Webinar Learning Goals• Become more familiar with the tools and resources on the ExploretheBlue.com website• Learn how to create a multimedia presentation based upon the lesson plans on ExploretheBlue.com• Distinguish between multiple multimedia presentation tools such as PowerPoint and Prezi
    4. 4. Key Hands-on Activity Pause for reviewJournal time (science notebooks) Teacher Ideas - optional to show to sudents
    5. 5. Learning ObjectivesBy the end of this lesson, studentsshould be able to:
    6. 6. Lesson Essential Questions
    7. 7. Key Vocabulary
    8. 8. Stop to Think
    9. 9. Group Discussion! Turn and talk with a partner. 1:00 1:01 1:02 1:03 1:04 1:05 1:06 1:07 1:08 1:09 1:10 1:12 1:13 1:14 1:15 1:16 1:17 1:18 1:19 1:20 1:21 1:22 1:23 1:24 1:25 1:26 1:27 1:28 1:29 1:30 1:31 1:32 1:33 1:34 1:35 1:36 1:37 1:38 1:39 1:40 1:41 1:42 1:43 1:44 1:45 1:46 1:47 1:48 1:49 1:50 1:51 1:52 1:53 1:54 1:55 1:56 1:57 1:58 1:59 2:00 2:01 2:02 2:03 2:04 2:05 2:06 2:07 2:08 2:09 2:10 2:12 2:13 2:14 2:15 2:16 2:17 2:18 2:19 2:20 2:21 2:22 2:23 2:24 2:25 2:26 2:27 2:28 2:29 2:30 2:31 2:32 2:33 2:34 2:35 2:36 2:37 2:38 2:39 2:40 2:41 2:42 2:43 2:44 2:45 2:46 2:47 2:48 2:49 2:50 2:51 2:52 2:53 2:54 2:55 2:56 2:57 2:58 2:59 3:00 1:11 2:11 :00 :01 :02 :03 :04 :05 :06 :07 :08 :09 :10 :12 :13 :14 :15 :16 :17 :18 :19 :20 :21 :22 :23 :24 :25 :26 :27 :28 :29 :30 :31 :32 :33 :34 :35 :36 :37 :38 :39 :40 :41 :42 :43 :44 :45 :46 :47 :48 :49 :50 :51 :52 :53 :54 :55 :56 :57 :58 :59 :11
    10. 10. Write it out…
    11. 11. Get Your Hands Dirty!
    12. 12. Check for Understanding
    13. 13. Homework/Reinforcemen t Ideas• Science – Have students plan an extension of the comparison of plants by bringing into the class other local aquatic plants as comparisons. (Can be found at local pond and aquatic fish stores).• Science – Have students research the types of symbiotic relationships found within the aquatic environment and have students report on the adaptations made by organisms.• Science – Have students create posters of aquatic organisms that highlight the adaptations they have made in order to survive.• Science – Have students research aquatic plants and animals and report on any adaptations of plants or animals that have caused them to crowd out native species when they were introduced to other ecosystems.• Science – Choose two plants from entirely different ecosystems/biomes and compare their adaptations based on what they need to survive (arctic flowers vs. cacti).
    14. 14. Prezi.com
    15. 15. Water Challenge
    16. 16. Thank you!ExploretheBlue.com
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