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Slideshare version of my presentation at the ICT Links into Languages Conference, Southampton - Feb 2011. ...

Slideshare version of my presentation at the ICT Links into Languages Conference, Southampton - Feb 2011.

Many thanks to Joe Dale, Jo Rhys-Jones, Bev Evans, Mark Purves and Phil Bagge

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  • PPT 2007 or earlier require medium macros settings which can be left in place after showing the PPT.
  • IWB/soundfiles/native speakers through Internet – lots of support for a teacher new to language teaching wanting help with accent and offering opportunities for classes to hear another voice Because there isn’t much time in the curriculum – and these subjects naturally complement each other – the c stands for communication in ICT and learning a language is all about communication skills Creativity sometimes gets squeezed out of the curriculum yet it is the best chance for a child to shine, it’s all about excellence and enjoyment
  • Today’s children are well used to using computers in their learning – a well-constructed presentation can be visually and aurally stimulating and contain video, sound, animation etc, adding diversity to a lesson and allowing teachers to…
  • Creating your own games and activities in Powerpoint , or adding/adapting ready-made ones adds another dimension to your teaching.
  • What are you trying to teach them? – is PPT the best option? Use it in addition to your other resources WHEN it is RELEVANT and NOT for a whole lesson (although it may be a useful structure for a non-specialist to follow, interspersed with other types of activities)
  • Apologies in advance for the sheer number of slides here – we will be trying out some of the activities too.
  • So what makes a presentation engaging? We will touch on some of these, probably not all this evening!
  • Simple flashcards – colour coded for gender, using clipart or pictures from your computer/the web. Easy for whole class to see and to leave with teacher.
  • Can print them out for display/physical flashcards too if you wish.
  • Text boxes to show spelling – chn make links between sound of words and the way the sounds are represented.
  • Note the changed spelling of the article for feminine – useful to use colour to make this very clear to the children.
  • Split slide created by drawing an autoshape rectangle and colouring it blue. Slide background is pink. Practise vocabulary by pointing to each picture. Could use the ‘repeat if it’s true’ game here or apply a drag and drop macro to the animals so they can be sorted into masculine & feminine on your IWB with a class. Will talk about the macro later.
  • Another useful way to practise vocabulary – simple activity to create.
  • animation is very useful to show the meaning of a verb. The MS Clip Gallery has some useful clipart, some of it animated already but you can add effects to clipart yourself using custom animation within Powerpoint.
  • This slide is created using custom animation effect applied to each picture in turn and randomly repeated to create a now-you see-it/now-you-don’t slide for practising vocabulary. Much quicker effect than spinning physical flashcards around! A non-animated slide with all the pictures could be used with teacher pointing to animals for chn to practise – maybe use repeat if it is true as you point.
  • Using appear animation –Use any entrance for the picture, on mouse click. Use ‘appear’ for each number and start each ‘after previous’ with a 1 second delay. Use any animation for the text to appear automatically after previous with 1 second delay. To create more slides with same animation, copy and paste slide, then right click on picture and click change to put in a new picture from your computer. Edit the text accordingly. SAVE YOUR WORK!
  • ANIMATION: Here instead of simply inserting clipart I have inserted an animation to hold the childrens interest and also to emphasise the verb action in a way that an ordinary flashcard can not – moving from left to right.
  • Reversing it is a fairly simple process – Duplicate slide, flip the graphics, reverse the animation directions and change the text!
  • MOTION PATHS: Here the teacher requires children to give directions using certain vocabulary/structures from the class to fit a preset animation routine to direct RRH to the house.
  • Based on Mark Purves’ Word Tennis www.souffler.co.uk 0n your handout . Second game created to fit French Yr 5 QCDA Unit on the Planets.
  • Picture is a vector image so each part of map is an autoshape and the background can be changed to a colour, texture or picture of your choice.
  • Sounds can be from clip gallery, your own files, online sources or recorded directly into PowerPoint as you work! Native speaker sound files are great for class teachers to follow up work you have been doing with children before your next visit!
  • Sound files – useful for non-specialist teachers. Especially useful if you can use a native speaker sound file! Embedding them into the presentation means they stay put so you don’t have to worry about linking files and saving them into the same folder. The same is NOT true of earlier versions of PPT where only .wav files can be embedded.
  • Sound files – useful for non-specialist teachers. Especially useful if you can use a native speaker sound file!
  • PPT 2010 only - Insert from Website will link to a video uploaded to a web page – note copyright etc! You need to copy and paste the HTML embed code in the pop-up box to put it into your presentation.
  • WMV files usually play in PPT – Youtube downloads are usually flv so you may need to convert them. PPT 2010 only - Insert from Website will link to a video uploaded to a web page – note copyright etc! You need to copy and paste the HTML embed code in the pop-up box to put it into your presentation. Note you have to be connected to Internet to get it to play and you may not have access to a particular site in school so while cool, may not be best option!
  • Hyperlinks can be useful to link to internet, to another file on your computer or to a place in your existing presentation.
  • You can simply copy and paste an address from the address bar in your browser but you can also right click this to change what text shows on your page (very useful if it is a long URL)
  • Hyperlinks are not just for linking to websites! It can be easier to link to other PPTs (and other files on your computer) rather than putting everything into one slideshow. Hyperlink to braintraining & show how to search and find – can use image or the words as a link!
  • Hyperlinks can also be made within slides in a powerpoint to create true or false activities among other ideas. Link to specific place in your PPT from a picture, action button or text box.
  • Triggers can be used for more interactive games in PPT slideshows.
  • Same coloured puzzle pieces disappear when one is clicked. The children supply the correct colour in target language. Editable puzzle pictures on web – see handout.
  • Once you have set up a slide as a template, it is easy to change the text and pics. You could get the children (Year 5 and 6) to do their own (maybe simpler) based on your slide and perhaps using pictures of their class-mates or the staff.
  • Note – the bottom sun has a hyperlink on it to the Powerpoint file as well as a trigger to bring up the web address where it can be found!
  • Put your created PPT on the school’s VLE and chn can practise games at home too.
  • PPT on Joe’s blog has many slides like those you see here and more besides – mostly created by Jo Rhys-Jones. Can be adapted for your own ideas.
  • - How else could you use this macro – to rearrange text etc..
  • Could use more than one sound island or hoop.
  • Could be a weather map & symbols or anything else you like. Maybe create template for children to make their own, then use as a speaking & listening activity in pairs/groups etc. To make the background a picture right click on the background, click FORMAT background and choose picture from file, then CLOSE. Don’t apply to all your slides unless you want to!
  • More vocabulary practice! Lots of example slides on Jo Rhys-Jones’ Magic PPT! Create your OXO slide, save it as a picture, then set it as your background for the slide! Show how to annotate in slideshow so you don’t always need a macro! Bottom left choose pen ...
  • FREE add-in for PPT 2007 onwards. Approximately 3–25 children, each with his or her own mouse (or working as a team), can answer multiple choice questions and draw on a shared screen. Need to keep as a separate presentation though as it will not play other animations etc. when in multiple mouse mode!
  • Tutorials you have seen and more available on the moodle webclass page at top of your handout so you should be able to access them while you are creating your PPT activity. SHOW PPT 2010 FOR DUMMIES book – has been very useful for me and is written in simple language not tech-speak!– appx £15 from Amazon or other bookshops. Earlier versions of PPT also available. Please feel free to borrow it for a peek during this session! SHOW THEM HOW TO LOGIN AS A GUEST Time to practise until 8:45pm – then logoff and back together for feedback before session close.

Slideshare version PPT Magic - ICT Links into Languages Conference Feb 2011 with macro Slideshare version PPT Magic - ICT Links into Languages Conference Feb 2011 with macro Presentation Transcript

  • Before you start:
    • Open PowerPoint 2010 **
    • Click File tab on ribbon
    • Click Options on left menu
    • Click Trust Centre on left menu
    • Click Trust Centre Settings on right of screen
    • Select Enable all macros* and click OK
    • Close and re-open PowerPoint
    • *You would be wise to return settings to medium after showing the PPT!
    • PPT 2007 and earlier require medium macro setting.
    • **for earlier versions of PPT see http://joedale.typepad.com/integrating_ict_into_the_/2009/06/improved-drag-and-drop-in-powerpoint-.html
  • Creating presentations for the languages classroom.
  • Jackie Berry Primary Languages Consultant (HIAS) with thanks to Jo Rhys-Jones, Joe Dale, Bev Evans and Phil Bagge
  • Why?
    • To support teachers in the classroom
    • To give structure to a lesson
    • and...
  • ...to enthuse and motivate!
  • ...to be creative!
  •  
  • ...appropriately “ This is just a simulation of what the blocks will look like when they are assembled.”
  • Avoiding...
  • How?
    • Inserting clip art & pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking within ppt
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  • PowerPoint versions
    • PowerPoint has been around a long time!
    • Many versions in use in schools/at home*
    • Most recent - PowerPoint 2010
    • Support for earlier versions widely available online
    • * It is wise to save your PowerPoint as a compatible file so it will play in earlier versions!
    • Inserting clipart and pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
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  • un chien
  • un e souris
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  • Kim’s Game – what’s missing?
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    • Inserting clip art & pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  •  
  • A Countdown Activity
  • un chien
  • Motion Paths
    • Custom animation option for objects in PPT
    • Straight or curved line motion (up, down, left, right, diagonal)
    • Freeform – draw your own pathway
    • Useful for animating stories
    • Illustrating a verb action
    • Giving directions
  • Tournez à droite
  • Tournez à gauche
  • O ù est la maison de Mémé?
  • Ping-pong vocabulary games http://www.slideshare.net/rubiales/ping-pong-vocabulary-game http://slidesha.re/hw5fWf
    • Inserting clip art & pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking within ppt
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  • Find each country’s flag and add it to the map http://www.presentationmagazine.com/free-powerpoint-maps-12.htm
  • Creating Role Play Scenes Create customised role-plays by pasting clip art characters on to a digital photo background of an appropriate scene such as outside a café. Add speech bubbles - Autoshapes/Callouts , enter text and make each callout appear in the appropriate order. Use photos taken with a digital camera of your local area or find authentic images from the target culture by using Google Image search. Try using the Google page of the target language country!
  • Bonjour. Vous désirez? Des frites et un jus d’orange. Merci. Un coca, s’il vous plaît.
  • See further examples with embedded sound files and animated clipart in the presentation resources at NGfL CYMRU here: http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/ngfl/french/primary_french/index.htm
    • flashcards using clipart or pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  • Adding Sounds in PowerPoint 2010
    • File Formats
    • .mp3 most music from Amazon etc.
    • .wav – MS Clip Gallery sounds, other short sound files, including recording directly into a PowerPoint using a microphone.
    • .wma – Windows Media Audio files
    • .mid – MIDI - some music files found online
    • All of these can be embedded into PPT 2010 although with earlier versions only .wav files
  • Adding Sounds (PPT version 2007 or earlier)
    • File Formats – as PowerPoint 2010
    • BUT
    • only .wav – Can be ‘embedded’ in the PowerPoint*.
    • all other file formats will be linked so best to save the sound files in the same folder as your presentation!
    • *NB – To embed large .wav files you will need to change the sound settings in PPT as the default maximum is 50kb.
    • Ready made
    • In Clip Art – limited collection of sounds
    • Free and commercial sounds and music online
    • Record your own
    • Record in PowerPoint 2007 & 2010 (Insert tab, Audio, Record audio...)
    • Tutorial for earlier versions of PPT http://www.ictvideohelp.co.uk/sound/powerpoint_sound/powerpoint_sound.html
    • Audacity - Free recording software to download. Files can be recorded, edited and saved in many formats by teacher or the children.
  • Il pleut Quel temps fait-il?
  • Movies
    • File Formats
    • wmv, mpeg, mp4, flv, avi etc. depends on how recorded.
    • Use the movie reel icon in a content slide to add a video file in your presentation or click Insert, Movie from file or clip organiser
    • Choose whether to play file on mouse click or automatically
    • NB - your movie will not be embedded in the presentation, but linked to it so remember to save it in the same folder as your presentation!
  • Movies (cont)
    • Use Real Player (free download) to change movie formats if needed.
    • You can also use Real Player to download and convert files from Youtube - note copyright !
    • PPT 2010 Link to web-based videos directly via extra Insert from website option
    • Copy and paste HTML embed code from website into pop-up box
    • flashcards using clipart or pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  • Creating Hyperlinks
  • Hyperlinking to the Internet click here
  • Hyperlink to another file Brain training - les couleurs Say the colour you see, not the word!
  • Hyperlinking within a Powerpoint Get my example Hyperlinked True False PPT here: http://slidesha.re/eQWBny
    • flashcards using clipart or pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking within ppt
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Microsoft Mouse Mischief
  • So what is a Trigger? What kinds of action could I have on my slides then? It could be a sound, a movie, or an animation, like making some text or a picture visible on the slide when you click the trigger. It’s just an item on your PowerPoint slide — it could be a picture, a shape, a button, or even a paragraph or text box — that sets off an action when you click it.
  • Quel couleur? Qu’est-ce que c’est?
  • Guess who…
    • has blond hair?
    • wears a red t-shirt?
    • is 10 years old?
    • has two sisters?
    • has no brothers?
    • has a cat called Snowball?
    • likes skateboarding?
    Click on the image! Bart Simpson!
  • Trigger-happy! http://www.indezine.com/products/powerpoint/cool/trigger01.html Click me for an online trigger tutorial! PowerPoint available free from www.communication4all.co.uk Click me for a great example of a trigger quiz!
    • flashcards using clipart or pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking within ppt
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  • Drag ‘n’ drop macros
    • Original created by Hans Werner Hofmann & Simon Ute
    • PPT behaves like an Interactive Whiteboard
    • Create games for whole class and for pairs or individuals to use in ICT suite.
  • Drag ‘n’ drop macros
    • Get the improved version of the Jo Rhys-Jones ‘Magic PowerPoint’ and instructions on how to use it at:
    • http://joedale.typepad.com/integrating_ict_into_the_/2009/06/improved-drag-and-drop-in-powerpoint-.html
  • a j a u a r n n n a
  • el diccionario perro plaza pequeño padre porque
  • el cabello la boca la nariz los ojos Can you label the parts of this picture? la oreja
  • Qui habite ici?
  • Dans mon panier il y a…
  • Noughts & Crosses ( without an Interactive Whiteboard! )
  • O O X O O X X O X X
    • flashcards using clipart or pictures
    • Custom animation & motion paths
    • Backgrounds & Autoshapes
    • Inserting sounds and movies
    • Hyperlinking within ppt
    • Triggers
    • Drag n drop macro
    • Mouse Mischief ™
  • Microsoft Mouse Mischief http://www.microsoft.com/multipoint/mouse-mischief/en-gb/default.aspx Sample PPT used in my presentation available here: http://slidesha.re/h7oqrG
  • Over to you! Now, what shall I create…? http://ppt4languageteachers.freewebclass.com Tutorials for creating many of the activities shown here are available at the link below. Use the moodle as a guest by typing the enrolment key ‘ rubiales ’ into the box when prompted!