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Bend It, Break It, Bust It Loose (Aka 50 Ways)

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  • 1. Bend it, Break it, Bust it Loose: 10 Ways DE streaming Will Change The Way You Teach www.tinyurl.com/so-many-ways Matt Monjan Discovery Education
  • 2. Build Interest with Video Segments 1
  • 3.  
  • 4.  
  • 5. Listen Up 2
  • 6. DE streaming Audio - Song DE Streaming has close to 466 elementary school songs on the site. To find them click inside the search box, choose songs within the Media box, and click on the “Search” button Download and save the song onto your PC and insert it into your PowerPoint Then add in DE streaming Images or create your own and add! Want to see an example ?
  • 7. Songs that help teach the English language
    • Learning Our Long Vowels (02:56) Long vowels say their names.© 2005 Twin Sisters
    • Learning Our Short Vowels (01:47) Learn about short vowel sounds. © 2005 Twin Sisters
    • Letters “c” and “g” Have Two Sounds (04:48) In words the consonants C and G are sometimes hard and sometimes soft.
    • Q and U Are Friends (01:13) A song about words that start with QU © 2005 Twin Sisters
    • Rhyming Word Rule (02:30)
    • Rhyming words stay the same at the end. You only change the beginning. © 2005 Twin Sisters
    • Silly Sally’s Sister (00:29) A tongue twister with the letter S © 2005 Twin Sisters
    • Singing the Consonant Sounds (04:36) A song about words that start with B,C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, and Z © 2005 Twin Sisters
    • The Alphabet Swing (01:21) Sing the letters of the alphabet.
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  • 8. Audio 2.0 3
  • 9. Speech + Wordle
  • 10. Moourl.com/inauguralspeeches
  • 11. And if you have DE streaming Plus…
    • You have a multitude of games to choose from – including one on Homophones
    Let’s check it out 4
  • 12. And if you have DE streaming Plus…
    • And Math Manipulatives
    Let’s check it out 5
  • 13. Get the picture? 6
  • 14. Great White Shark Opens Mouth One of 21,000 Images
  • 15. What if this shark could talk?
  • 16. Match up DE streaming Videos with Blabberize.com +
  • 17. Nonlinear Presentations 7
  • 18.  
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  • 21.
    • How did we do it?
  • 22. Here are the steps
    • Log into Discovery Education streaming ( www.discoveryeducation.com )
    • Search for an image(s) by keyword – You have your choice of 20,800!
    • Select an image
    Cells
  • 23. Here are the steps
    • Download that image and place it into PowerPoint (tool bar, Insert>Picture>From File…) into slide # 1
    • Now you have that you have your main picture. Insert a Text Box and call it _____
    • Copy slide #1 and paste into PPT as slide #2
    • Remove text box
    • Embed movie (tool bar, Insert>Movies and Sounds>Movie from File)
  • 24. Here are the steps
    • Choose Automatically and the video will play once you arrive at that slide
    • To go back to slide # 1, insert a return button
    • To insert a return button, click on the down arrow next to the word AutoShape (lower left-hand corner of screen)
    • Choose Action Buttons and then Home
    • Draw a home in on your slide and tell it to go to the beginning slide
  • 25. Here are the steps
    • We also hyperlinked to a video
    • To Hyperlink highlight text or image on your slide
    • Then go back to the toolbar and choose Insert>Hyperlink> and then…
    • A. Choose a file on your computer (video, image, etc) B. Choose a place inside your document (another slide)
  • 26. Now for something really cool Embedding with all the bells and whistles! PC ONLY 1. Go to your tool bar and click on the word “ View ” 2. Click on Toolbars and then Control Tool Box This will bring up a box that looks like this:
  • 27. Really Embedding Continued 3. Click on the Hammer And Wrench Icon 4. Scroll down and choose Windows Media Player This will change your cursor to a + symbol – Giving you the ability to draw a box
  • 28. Really Embedding Continued
    • 5. Draw a box and then right-click on the box and choose Properties
  • 29. Almost there…
    • 6. Click inside the blank box next to the box titled ( Custom) and then click on the three little dots
  • 30. Finding the video
    • 7. Click on the Browse button to find the video that you want to embed, then check the Stretch to fit button and then click on the OK button
  • 31. Voila!
    • You have now embedded a video with controls like fast forward, rewind, pause, etc – play your PPT to see the video
  • 32. With Office 2007
    • Click on the Microsoft button (upper left-hand corner of the screen)
    • Click on PowerPoint Options
    • Check the box next to Show Developer Tab in ribbon
    • Click on the word “Developer” in your tool bar area
    • Click on the Hammer and Arrow
    • Follow the same steps listed before
  • 33. Today is Your Birthday 8
  • 34. Let’s check out the Calendar (found inside the Teacher Center)
  • 35. Getting to the STEM of it 9
  • 36. Teacher Center then Stem Connect
  • 37.  
  • 38.  
  • 39. What if my students miss class? 10
  • 40. Teacher Center then Ready Zone 10
  • 41. 10
  • 42. 10
  • 43. Writing Prompt Builder 10.5 Let’s check it out
  • 44.  
  • 45. Reading Support One More
  • 46. Why should we use Close Captioning?
    • To help students who are hearing impaired
    • To help ELL students
    • To reach multiple modalities
    • To help struggling readers
    • To emphasize a grammar or vocabulary lesson
    • To use in combination with a writing exercise
    • To reinforce a concept
  • 47. Finding CC files
  • 48. Downloading a Closed Captioned Movie
    • First right-click on the blue download icon, choose “Save Target As” and then place it in a folder on your computer
    • Then repeat the process, this time right-clicking on the “CC” icon
    • Adjust the CC settings within your Windows Media Player – CC settings
  • 49.
    • Closed Captioning Trick
    • Font Size
      • Open the CC file in a text editing program like Wordpad or Notepad
      • Locate the line of code that indicates “font size”
      • Increase the font size from 10 to 30 (or whatever you prefer)
      • Save the CC file
  • 50. CC 10 pt 30 pt
  • 51. CC
  • 52. In Howard County (for Macs) http://accessibilitytoolkit.hcpss.wikispaces.net/closedcaptioning
  • 53. Web 2 Point What? 2.0
  • 54. Keyword search “Web 2.0” Great explanations of Web 2.0 and copyright in the 21 st century
  • 55. 2.0
  • 56. 2.0
  • 57. 2.0
  • 58. Digital Storytelling I Lied
  • 59.
    • Student Example
  • 60. Quiz Builder Bonus Let’s check it out
  • 61. Bonus
  • 62. Green Screen One more
  • 63. One more
  • 64. Assignment Builder I lied
  • 65. Let’s check one out - http://snipurl.com/copyrightactivity
  • 66. Atlas Interactive Map Seriously 1 more
  • 67. Let’s check out the Atlas (found inside the Teacher Center)
  • 68. An adventure of a lifetime
  • 69. It is nice to share Will this guy ever stop?
  • 70. It is nice to share Lied Again
  • 71. Professional Development PD
  • 72. PD
  • 73. DEN
  • 74. Thank you! [email_address]
  • 75.