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  1. 1. This Week’s Feature Presentations Podcast Storyboard <ul><li>General Information: </li></ul><ul><li>My podcast is going to be a weekly podcast that I will create for my technology classroom. It’s called “This Week’s Feature Presentations” because it will feature some of the projects we will be completing in the computer lab. </li></ul><ul><li>Font used throughout will be Garamond. </li></ul><ul><li>Headings will be size 32 and all other text size 24. </li></ul><ul><li>Background color will be blue. </li></ul><ul><li>Text will be white. </li></ul><ul><li>Podcast will contain audio, pictures, and video clips. </li></ul>
  2. 2. This Week’s Feature Presentations Graphics: No Audio: Yes. Opening Jingle will fade as speaker begins talking. Effects: None Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narration will start as opening jingle begins to fade. Audio Script: Hello and welcome to another episode of “This Week’s Feature Presentations: Projects in the Computer Lab.” I’m your host, Mrs. Yates. Let’s take a look at what will be happening this week!
  3. 3. Kindergarten and First Grade Graphics: screen shot of Kid Pix. Audio: Yes Effects: Title of slide will dissolve in and then dissolve out. Kid Pix image will then fade in and out. Transition: Fade Audio Script: If you are a Kindergartener or First Grader, you are in for a fun week! We will be using a program called Kid Pix to create a bookmark.
  4. 4. Learning to Use the Tools in Kid Pix Graphics: Pictures of the tools the students will be using for this project (drawing toolbar, color selection, fill bucket, text, and inserting pictures. Audio: Yes Effects: Emphasis with Flash Bulb set to fast for each picture. Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narrator will begin speaking about each tool as it is emphasized with an effect. Audio Script: You will be learning how to use some new tools in Kid Pix as you create your bookmark. You’ll use the drawing toolbar to make a perfect rectangle shape for your bookmark. The color selector will allow you to choose what color you want to outline your rectangle in. Next, we will use the fill bucket. The fill bucket will let us fill our shape with any color we like. We will use the text feature to add our name to our bookmark. Finally, we will use one of the icons that allows us to insert pictures and graphics. We will be adding a jack-o-lantern to our bookmark this week.
  5. 5. Graphics: Example of bookmark made in Kid Pix. Audio: Yes Effects: None Transition: Fade Audio: This is my example of the bookmark we will be creating this week. After we print our bookmarks, we’ll be ready to cut them out and start using them while reading our favorite books.
  6. 6. Second Grade Graphics: screen shot of Kid Pix. Audio: Yes Effects: Title of slide will dissolve in and then dissolve out. Kid Pix image will then fade in and out. Transition: Fade Audio Script: If you are a Second Grader, I want you to be thinking about the things you do every morning as you are getting ready to come to school. Why? We will be using a program called Kid Pix to create a timeline of our morning schedule.
  7. 7. New Tools You Will Use: Graphics: Pictures of the tools the students will be using for this project (straight line, line width selector, stickers and stamps, and font altering tools. Audio: Yes Effects: Emphasis with Flash Bulb set to fast for each picture. Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narrator will begin speaking about each tool as it is emphasized with an effect. Audio Script: You will be learning how to use some new tools in Kid Pix as you create your timeline. You will use the straight line tool from the toolbar. It will allow you to draw a perfectly straight line. You’ll also have to select the width of the line you draw from the line width tool on the toolbar. We will use the stickers and stamps to add pictures that demonstrate what we do as we get ready for school in the morning. After we’ve entered our descriptive text, we’ll alter the size, style, and font of our text using the drawing toolbar.
  8. 8. Graphics: Example of timeline made in Kid Pix. Audio: Yes Effects: None Transition: Fade Audio: This is my example of the timeline we will be creating this week. We will print these and take them home when they are finished. I want you to start thinking about the things you do every morning that could be added to your timeline.
  9. 9. Third Grade Graphics: screen shot of Excel. Audio: Yes Effects: Title of slide will dissolve in and then dissolve out. Excel image will then fade in and out. Transition: Fade Audio Script: Okay, third graders, you are going to be working in Microsoft Office Excel for the very first time! You are going to learn how to move around and make some changes in a spreadsheet. As you make these changes, you will reveal the answer to a riddle!
  10. 10. New Tools You Will Use: Graphics: Pictures of the new tools the students will be using for this project (cell ID box, fill bucket, and arrows on the keyboard). Audio: Yes Effects: Emphasis with Flash Bulb set to fast for each picture. Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narrator will begin speaking about each tool as it is emphasized with an effect. Audio Script: You will be learning how to use some new tools in Microsoft Excel as you create your timeline. You will become familiar with the Cell ID box as you move around in the spreadsheet. You will also learn how to select a cell and change its shading with the fill bucket. You will find that the arrow keys on your keyboard allow you to move throughout your spreadsheet with ease and without accidentally deleting something.
  11. 11. Graphics: Example of Excel document students will be working with. Audio: Yes Effects: None Transition: Fade Audio: This is what our spreadsheet will look like when we finish it. Do you already know what kind of a monkey can fly?
  12. 12. Fourth Grade Graphics: screen shot of Excel. Audio: Yes Effects: Title of slide will dissolve in and then dissolve out. Excel image will then fade in and out. Transition: Fade Audio Script: Fourth graders will be creating their very own jack-o-lantern in excel this week! You’ll have to follow directions carefully, but I know you will enjoy this activity!
  13. 13. Tools You Will Use: Graphics: Pictures of the tools the students will be using for this project (drawing toolbar, formatting button, fill bucket, and the font altering options). Audio: Yes Effects: Emphasis with Flash Bulb set to fast for each picture. Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narrator will begin speaking about each tool as it is emphasized with an effect. Audio Script: There are several tools that we will use to create our jack-o-lantern. We will use the drawing toolbar for many of the things we will do. The autoshapes button will allow us to choose shapes to make our jack-o-lantern’s face. We can also add color to those shapes. We will have to format our columns and rows so our jack-o-lantern doesn’t come out looking like a smashed pumpkin! The fill bucket will allow us to shade in the various cells on our spreadsheet in order to create our masterpiece. Finally, we’ll want to alter the font we use for our name since Halloween is right around the corner. I think we’ll use the font called “Chiller”.
  14. 14. Graphics: Example of Excel document students will be creating. Audio: Yes Effects: None Transition: Fade Audio: Our jack-o-lantern should look something like this when we are finished. Don’t worry—I’ll let you decide what type of face you want your jack-o-lantern to have though!
  15. 15. Fifth Grade Graphics: screen shot of Google. Audio: Yes Effects: Title of slide will dissolve in and then dissolve out. Google image will then fade in and out. Transition: Fade Audio Script: Fifth graders, you will be working on your own this week using the internet. You are going to be completing a Web Quest I have created for you. What does it take to complete a Web Quest? Let’s find out….
  16. 16. Tools You Will Use: Graphics: Pictures of the tools the students will be using for this project (Microsoft Office Word icon and Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox icons). Audio: Yes Effects: Emphasis with Flash Bulb set to fast for each picture. Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narrator will begin speaking about each tool as it is emphasized with an effect. Audio Script: Web Quests are fun and exciting to complete! All you will need is the word document that I will provide for you. It will contain all of your directions. You will also need to use the internet to access the website that contains the answers for your web quest. That’s it! Sounds pretty simple, huh?
  17. 17. Graphics: Example of Word document students will be using and picture that displays the home page for libertyskids.com. Audio: Yes Effects: None Transition: Fade Audio: After you have used Liberty’s Kids website to find out the answers to your web quest, you’ll record them on your handout. If you finish early, you can start looking for a website that you could use to create your own web quest with. Happy surfing!
  18. 18. That’s it for “This Week’s Feature Presentations”! Graphics: No Audio: Yes. Closing Jingle will begin as speaker finishes talking. Effects: None Transition: Fade Special Instructions: Narration will start immediately followed by closing jingle. Audio Script: Well, that wraps up another week in the computer lab with your host, Mrs. Yates. I’ll look forward to seeing you in the computer lab!

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