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S Wi S Hmax2
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  • 1. Done by Mohammed Rabia Al-Tobai SWiSH max Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 2. Description
    • SWiSH max is a multimedia program which is one of SWiShzone family of “Flash” authoring tools. SWiSH max came in order to facilitate making flash files. It is a program that deal with text, image and sound.
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 3. Program Interface
  • 4. Script Tab Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 5. objects movements page Layers content objects content Timeline
  • 6. objectives
    • Making Flash files easily
    • Develop the web sites pages
    • Making presentation
    • Producing cartoons and stories
    • Drawing and Designing
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 7. Target learner
    • SWiSH max designed for
    • *the high school and education students who are between 16-25
    • *the designers and photographers who interest with motions and images
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 8. Teacher roles
    • Provide the students with media (text – image – sound).
    • Direct the learner.
    • Engage the student imagination to designing.
    • Explain the purpose of the software.
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 9. Student roles
    • Producing presentation
    • Helping teachers for designing lessons
    • Use the program to show his or her feelings
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 10. Features
    • Scripting
    • A new Script editor allows the advanced user to directly enter scripts  
    • A new 'Debug' Panel simplifies finding and fixing errors in your scripts  
    • Copy and paste your scripts across Objects and Sprites  
    • Effects
    • The ability to author and distribute your own Effects  
    • All Effects can be added to multiple Objects at once  
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 11. Features
    • Drawing
    • New AutoShapes simplify adding and editing Complex Shapes like 3D cubes  
    • New guide, grid and advanced snapping options
    • Interface
    • Objects, Frames and Effects can all be added, modified or deleted directly from the Timeline
    • New Templates allow you to add common features to your Movies    
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 12. limitations
    • This type of software does not deal with video or motion image in its process
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 13. How it effects students learning
    • The students can learn from this type of software by:
    • 1- planning, Presenting and preparing of a lesson able the student to learn from this program
    • 2- from the presentations and plans can the other students learn.
    Description objectives Target learner Teacher roles Student roles Features limitations effects learning
  • 14. Done by: Mohammed Rabia Al-Tobi Thaaaaaaaaaaaank You

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