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  • Welcome back! Today we will be continue to learn advanced PowerPoint.
  • At the beginning, let’s review the last section. We talked about how to make PowerPoint a better teaching tool for example: interactive quiz, visual museum and game. Then we learned basic concept about animation like what is animation, key frame. Also, we have learned three techniques in PowerPoint 2007. Today, we are going to learn the second section.
  • Now ,there is a mini quiz to help us recall three techiques.
  • Click “custom animation” under animation. Click on “add effect” in the custom animation widow on the right. You will see the motion path.
  • According to the description, which technique?
  • Do you familiar with this process? Which technique?
  • last section, you have practiced for each techniques, now I have some feedback. Some are not very clearly understand what is start. So do you remember which technique we need to set it as after previous?
  • Motion path is kind of stiff when you move an object around because the object does not rotate with the path.  With Flash Once, you can move the object over a desired path and have it rotate to follow a more natural movement.
  • When we create the animation, besides we know the each feature, we also need to consider….Now let’s see the example.
  • This is the animation used flipbook to explain the process of the water cycle.
  • we need to write notes during teaching, especially in a discussing environment. For example, you might want to collect information and feedback or questions from the learners. PowerPoint can do this.
  • Using the pointer pen, you can draw lines on the screen during a slide show. You can use it to underline the word you want to emphasize or point out. As soon as you go to the next slide, the marking will disappear.
  • Sometimes, you need redirect learnersattention awayfrom the screen and towards yourself. How to do? Wearing this T-shirt? Haha. You can temporarily black out the screen. It is very easy. Just press B key.To get your slide back. Press B key again.
  • Now , we have two groups. The right-side is one group, the left-side is another. You have 10 minutes to share more tips and tricks from each other.

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  • Advanced PowerPoint
    Wei Li
    Oct 24, 2009
  • This Section
    Comparison of three methods for PowerPoint animation
    Combination of methods to create more complex animations
    Applying PowerPoint animation
    Sharing more PowerPoint tips.
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  • Review
    • Making PowerPoint a better teaching tool
    1
    • Basic concept about Animation
    2
    • FlipBook
    3
    Second Section
    • Motion Path
    4
    • Flash Once
    5
    Animation
  • Quiz
  • Where to find Motion Path?
  • Allow you put a series of images together that can appear in sequence and give
    the illusion of motion.
    It appears once and then it disappears. 
    Flash
    Once
  • Flip Book
    description 1
    Step1
    Create a slide and add an object
    Insert a duplicate slide by selecting the slide thumbnail and typing CTRL+D
    Step2
    description 3
    Step 3
    On the new slide, slightly move the object to a new position
    Step 4
    description 4
    Repeat until you create the number of images you need
    description 4
    Step 5
    As you cycle through the slides you’ll see the animation effect
  • Feedback
    Start:
    Choose to play animation by clicking the mouse button, or have animation automatically play with the previous action or after the previous action
    Timing:
    Choose form options and enter your own speed in the textbox.
    List:
    Reorder effects, delete effects, and make advanced timing decisions
  • Comparisonof three methodsfor PowerPoint animation
    • Frame-based animation
    • To show process or change
    • Numbers of slides to create animation
    • Easy to edit
    • Combining other animations
    • To show movement
    • Limitations
    Comparison
    • create an animated sequence on one slide
    • Instead of the motion path
    • Hard to animate many objects on one slide
    FlipBook
    Motion Path
    Flash Once
  • Question
    Why I should use Flash Once instead of Motion Path?
  • Motion path is kind of stiff when you move an object around . With Flash Once, you can move the object over a desired path and have it rotate to follow a more natural movement.
  • Consider the pedagogical uses…
    Help students remember a part of your instruction
    Represent a connection between concepts
    Emphasize key point
    Highlight the progression of a lecture
    Add visual representation to difficult concepts
  • oxygen and water vapor released
    sunlight
    H2O
    O2
    H2O
    O2
    O2
    O2
    H2O
    O2
    chlorophyll traps sunlight and uses CO2 and water to make food
    O2
    H2O
    water is absorbed from the roots
    carbon dioxide enters through stomata
  • The Water Cycle
  • 1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 3. Water droplets form clouds.
    2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 3. Water droplets form clouds.
    2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 4. Clouds become heavy and rain falls to the Earth.
    3. Water droplets form clouds.
    2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • 4. Clouds become heavy and rain falls to the Earth.
    3. Water droplets form clouds.
    2. Water turns into gas and evaporates.
    1. The sun heats up water on the ground.
  • Water collects in puddles and the cycle begins again!
  • Practice Time
    Note:
    You can choose any topic you like.
    Using any of / or a combination of the animation techniques for instruction:
    • Illustrating Science concepts: life cycle of a plant, Model of Earth, Moon & Sun’s Orbit
    • Drawing class
    • Interactive map for history or geography
    • Making scenario: Newton’s apple


  • Tips & Tricks
  • Notes
  • Marking Slides During a Slide Show
    Write on slides with the PowerPoint pen
    right-click the mouse anywhere on the screen to display a menu.
    Note: You must be in Slide Show view to see the Pointer Options command.
  • Sometimes…
    Black out the screen.
    Press B key
  • Discussion
    Sharing more PowerPoint 2007 tips and tricks!
  • 36
    Thanks!
  • Reference
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animation
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/default.aspx
    http://www.flickr.com/
    http://images.google.com/
    http://christykeeler.com/EducationalVirtualMuseums.html
    http://www.cartoonster.com/
    http://www.resourcenetwork.com/blog/?tag=powerpoint-2007
    http://creativecommons.org/
    http://www.teachertube.com/
    http://pptheaven.mvps.org/animations.html