Edtc 6341 practice test5 adriana g hernandez

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  • I selected this design because it is easy on the eyes and not too busy. I know that light blue has a calming effect and I don’t want students to be off the wall because of the color. I bolded the title of each slide and made it larger so that it was clear which stage is being discussed. I switched the text and the graphic from one side to the other so that the brain wouldn’t get used to the same thing on each slide.
  • Edtc 6341 practice test5 adriana g hernandez

    1. 1. PRESENTATION TASK<br />Classroom Context: This performance assessment focuses on a high school science teacher, c, who is preparing a unit on cells.<br />Background: As part of the study on cells, Mr.. Swartz would like to present to his students a brief slide show presentation outlining the four stages of cell mitosis. He would like to have each slide in the presentation advance manually.<br />Mr. Swartz has provided a link to the graphics for the four slides that can be downloaded by clicking on the links below.<br />Available Files:<br />cell1.gif (graphic image for slide #1)<br />http://gemini.utb.edu/jbutler/6343/exam_images/cell1.gif<br />cell2.gif (graphic image for slide #2)<br />http://gemini.utb.edu/jbutler/6343/exam_images/cell2.gif<br />cell3.gif (graphic image for slide #3)<br />http://gemini.utb.edu/jbutler/6343/exam_images/cell3.gif<br />cell4.gif (graphic image for slide #4) <br />http://gemini.utb.edu/jbutler/6343/exam_images/cell4.gif<br />
    2. 2. The Task: Mr. Swartz has asked the Master Technology Teacher for assistance in creating the presentation.<br />Using your knowledge of presentation software, create a model slide show presentation to Mr. Swartz’s specifications. In creating this presentation, you should:<br /><ul><li>Create an introduction slide that provides the subject, date and teacher’s name.
    3. 3. Create slides 2 through 5 using the five files provided by Mrs. Garza. Each slide should contain a title, an appropriate graphic image and text provided displayed as a bulleted list.
    4. 4. Animate the entry of the text of slides 2 and 4 (the animations should occur automatically and not require a mouse or keyboard click).
    5. 5. Animate the entry of the graphics in slides 3 and 5 (the animations should occur automatically and not require a mouse or keyboard click).
    6. 6. Formatting
    7. 7. Use appropriate transitions to communicate effectively without distracting from the content of the presentation.
    8. 8. Use a color scheme appropriate for audience members including those who may be color-blind.
    9. 9. Use the principles of design to format the text and graphics to communicate to the intended audience.
    10. 10. Provide a brief explanation defending your selections above in the notes section of the introduction slide.</li></li></ul><li> <br />(Slide # 3)Metaphase<br />The spindle fibers attach themselves to the centromeres of the chromosomes The fibers align the chromosomes at the equatorial plate.<br />(Slide # 4)Anaphase and Telophase<br />The spindle fibers shorten and the centromere splits<br />The chromosomes reach the poles of their respective spindles. <br />Nuclear envelope reform before the chromosomes uncoil. <br />The spindle fibers disintegrate.<br /> <br />All photographs from http://library.thinkquest.org/C0118084/Gene/Chromosomal_Inheritance/StagesMitosis.htm<br />(Slide # 1)Interphase<br />DNA has replicated, but has not formed the condensed structure of chromosome. They remain as loosely coiled chromatin.<br />Nuclear membrane still intact to protect the DNA molecules from undergoing mutation<br />(Slide # 2)Prophase<br />The DNA molecules progressively shorten and condense by coiling, to form chromosomes.<br />The nuclear membrane and nucleolus are no longer visible<br />The spindle apparatus has migrate to opposite poles of the cell.<br /> <br />
    11. 11. Four Stages of Cell Mitosis Mr. SwartzScienceSeptember 17, 2011<br />
    12. 12. Interphase<br />DNA has replicated, but has not formed the condensed structure of chromosome. They remain as loosely coiled chromatin.<br />Nuclear membrane still intact to protect the DNA molecules from undergoing mutation<br />
    13. 13. Prophase<br />The DNA molecules progressively shorten and condense by coiling, to form chromosomes.<br />The nuclear membrane and nucleolus are no longer visible<br />The spindle apparatus has migrate to opposite poles of the cell.<br />
    14. 14. Metaphase<br />The spindle fibers attach themselves to the centromeres of the chromosomes.<br />The fibers align the chromosomes at the equatorial plate.<br />
    15. 15. Anaphase and Telophase<br />The spindle fibers shorten and the centromere splits<br />The chromosomes reach the poles of their respective spindles. <br />Nuclear envelope reform before the chromosomes uncoil. <br />The spindle fibers disintegrate.<br />

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