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  • 1. Intermediate PowerPoint Effective Teaching and Learning Department [email_address]
  • 2. Module Objectives
    • Determine appropriate graphics
    • Insert graphics from a file
    • Create PowerPoint graphics
    • Scan graphics and pictures
    • Add a chart to a presentation
    • Add special animation effects
    • Draw on slides in a slideshow
    • Create original slide masters
  • 3. Graphics Can….
    • Provide visual variety from text slides
      • General goal is one type of graphic every 3-4 slides
    • Show relationships between concepts
      • Audiences sometimes relate better to pictures than words
  • 4. Graphic Types
    • Representational
    • Analogical
    • Abstract
  • 5. Representational Graphics
    • Provide examples to support visual memory and learning
    • Share some sort of relationship with the concept they explain
    • Include:
      • Photographs
      • Line drawings
  • 6. Turning on the Projector Turn the timer switch to turn on the projector.
  • 7. Analogical Graphics
    • Transfer existing understanding to a new concept
    • Use when audience has little or no previous knowledge of subject
      • A good analogy is key to student understanding of a concept
  • 8. Office Politics Participating in office politics can be as effective as rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.
  • 9. Abstract Graphics
    • Help to explain concept without being physically related to it
    • Can often be used for process and flow lectures
    • Include:
      • Graphs
      • Flowcharts
      • Diagrams
  • 10. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization
  • 11. Getting Started…
    • Storyboard your graphics by drawing a picture by hand first
    • Verify that you have permission to use graphics and pictures you did not create
  • 12. Graphic Resources
    • Sites for public domain or royalty free images and photographs
      • Corbis http://www.corbis.com/rf
      • Yahoo Gallery http://gallery.yahoo.com/
      • Free Clip Art http://www.free-clipart.net/
      • Barry’s Clip Art http://www.barrysclipart.com/
      • Microsoft http:// dgl.microsoft.com /
      • Free graphics http://www.free-graphics.com/
  • 13. Textbook Resources
    • Publishers are beginning to offer drawings and pictures from textbook as a supplemental resource.
    • These additional resources are generally found on the Instructor CD provided by the publisher
  • 14. Graphic File Formats
    • PowerPoint supports many formats, including:
      • JPEG (.jpg) for photographs
      • Graphics Interchange Format (.gif) most other types of graphics
    • If your file type is unsupported, you can export or resave the file from the creating application
  • 15. Photograph Sample Dr. Chris Davis [email_address] (810) 766-4183
  • 16. Photograph Modifications
    • Available modifications to a photograph include:
      • Moving it to a different location on the slide
      • Cropping, to reduce the size
      • Resizing to fit the space available
  • 17. PowerPoint Tip
    • If a presentation will only be printed in black and white, changing the colors to Grayscale in the Picture toolbar will make the presentation smaller
  • 18. Activity - 15 minutes
    • Open a Web browser to one of the sites listed earlier and review copyright restrictions
    • Save a picture to a file by right clicking, choosing Save Picture As)‏
    • Insert the picture into a presentation and format appropriately
    • Refer to pages 2-11 in your manual for detailed directions
  • 19. Drawing Toolbar Provides
    • A menu of commands
    • Access to several graphic tools
    • Access to different graphic formatting options
    • A standard location – normally at the bottom of PowerPoint window
  • 20. Types of Graphics
    • AutoShapes
    • Lines
    • Arrows
    • Rectangles
    • Ovals
    • Text Box
    • Word Art
    • Clip Art
  • 21. Drawn Objects
    • Include:
      • Line
      • Arrow
      • Rectangle
      • Oval
    • Provide a basis for many diagrams and charts
  • 22. AutoShapes
    • Speeds complex graphic creation
    • Displays main categories on menu
    • Creates images using click and drag method
  • 23. Text Options
    • Text boxes are text without borders or fill
      • Click and type where the text should appear
    • AutoShapes can also contain text
      • Click on the shape and type your text
    A Text Box Text in a Box
  • 24. Word Art
    • Contains stylized text for you to customize
    • Provides for both color and black/white options
    • Allows for flexibility in text options
  • 25. Colors
    • Fill color: Fills shapes with selected color
      • Set to “No Fill” to create transparent shape
    • Line color: Changes the color of line
    • Font color: Changes the color of selected text
      • Highlight text before applying color
  • 26. Line Styles
    • Line style: Controls the thickness of the line
    • Dash style: Makes the line dashed or solid
    • Arrow style: Adds arrow heads to the end(s) of a line
  • 27. Shadow and Special Effects
    • Shadow: Adds a shadow to selected item
    • 3D: Adds a 3D option to the selected item
  • 28. Drawing Toolbar Menu
    • Click on the Draw button to access these commands
    • Allow you to change your graphics so they fit your presentation
  • 29. Example 1 - Maslow’s Hierarchy Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization
  • 30. Example 2 - Lewin’s Model of Action Research Concrete Experience Observation Theory Building Experimentation
  • 31. Activity - 15 minutes
    • Create your own graphic on a slide
    • Refer to pages 11-14 of the manual for detailed instructions
  • 32. Scanning Graphics and Pictures
    • All campuses have at least one scanner in a computer lab
    • Scanners allow you to take a regular picture and convert it to a format recognized by the computer
      • Normally a .jpg file
  • 33. Demonstration Below is an example of a scanned picture
  • 34. Placing Graphics on Scanners
    • Position the picture or graphic on the scanner surface
    • Align the picture with the arrow in the corner
    • Place a piece of scotch tape lightly on the graphic to keep the picture properly aligned after the cover is closed
  • 35. Adding Charts
    • Provide a way to display quantitative data graphically
    • Enter the data into a mini-spreadsheet and PowerPoint converts your data into a chart
    • Vary in format: Column, Bar, Pie, Line, X,Y/Scatter Plot, or many other formats
  • 36. Example
    • This example uses data from the Baker College Instructional Technology Survey 2000
    • The data are percentages of faculty who use PowerPoint or would like to use PowerPoint in their classes
  • 37. PowerPoint at Baker College
  • 38. Editing a Chart
    • Double click on a chart to perform edits, including:
      • Numerical contents
      • Column titles
      • Row titles
    • Click outside of chart to close editing application and return to PowerPoint
  • 39. Animating Charts
    • Allows you to focus your audience on a specific chart point
    • Generates further interest in chart by slowly revealing chart items
  • 40. Animated Chart Example
  • 41. Activity - 10 minutes
    • Create an animated chart in a presentation
    • Refer to pages 19-26 in the manual for detailed directions
  • 42. Special Animation Effects
    • Animation can be used to control the appearance and disappearance of text and graphics to demonstrate movement and processes
    • Animation can also be used to make it appear that an object moves to highlight an item
  • 43. Animation Tips
    • Animation can be used to control the appearance of items on the screen
    • Animation can be used to make different versions of a graphic appear to create a sense of change
  • 44. Example 1 Maslow’s Hierarchy Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization
  • 45. Example 2 Maslow’s Hierarchy Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization
  • 46. Example 3 Maslow’s Hierarchy Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-Actualization
  • 47. Animation Note
    • Animation effects that make things disappear do not effect printed output
    • Printed handouts will have all elements displayed unless they are hidden by another object
  • 48. Activity - 10 minutes
    • Create your own animation effects with graphics
    • Refer to pages 24-26 in your manual for detailed directions
  • 49. Annotated Slides
    • Allows you to draw or write on slides during the presentation of a slide show
    • Helps the audience understand where important points are in the presentation
    • Displays for a single slide presentation only
  • 50. Annotation Example Concrete Experience Observation Theory Building Experimentation
  • 51. Removing Annotations
    • Remove any additional annotations by:
      • Moving to the next slide in the presentation
      • Right clicking and choose “Screen, Erase Pen”
  • 52. Slide Masters
    • Slide Masters control the display of the following on a slide:
      • Font color and size
      • Bullets
      • Template graphics
      • Headers and footers
    • Existing slide templates can be modified or you can create new slide templates for your presentations
  • 53. Example
    • The template of this presentation was created with two pieces of clip art from the Internet
      • The yellow line
      • The bus
    • You should always remember to check copyright when using graphics from the Internet
  • 54. Baker College Template
    • Example of a custom template created using colored lines and text.
    • Every slide in presentation will look like this one
  • 55. Applying a Design Template
    • Use the Format, Design Template option to change the existing design format of a presentation
    • Modify the new design template as necessary to customize your presentation
  • 56. Headers and Footers
    • Add headers and footers to a slide or set of slides without changing the master
    • Open the Header and Footer dialog box to control these options
    • Use Apply to All to apply to an entire presentation
  • 57. Activity - 10 minutes
    • Create and save your own slide masters for a new template
    • Refer to pages 30-32 in your manual for detailed directions
  • 58. Practice Makes Perfect
    • Learn by doing. The more you practice and experiment with PowerPoint, the more your skills will improve
    • Save often and before you try something so you can always go back
    • Remember the undo function as well to erase changes that don’t work out the way you expect
  • 59. Questions?