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How to do powerpoints for class

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How to do powerpoints for class

  1. 1. Power point for Educational Use Frederick Eberhardt CIED 5383
  2. 2. Conclusion, Travelogues of Texas  Musical Tour of Texas…  You tube videos of bands…  http://prezi.com/9j-dzz_dbyfe/how-to-do- classroom-powerpoints-for-educational-success/
  3. 3. TEKS, 8th Grade for Technology §126.12. Technology Applications (Computer Literacy), Grades 6-8. (a) General requirements. Districts have the flexibility of offering technology applications (computer literacy) in a variety of settings, including a specific class or integrated into other subject areas. (b) Introduction. (1) The technology applications curriculum has four strands: foundations, information acquisition, work in solving problems, and communication.
  4. 4. Travelogue Example of Power point  Travel to Brenham, Texas.  Travel to Austin, Texas.  Travel to Navasota.
  5. 5. Prezi Example Paste this link into browser: http://prezi.com/9j-dzz_dbyfe/how-to-do- classroom-powerpoints-for-educational-success/
  6. 6. Travelogues of Texas
  7. 7. Travelogues of Texas
  8. 8. Travelogues of TexasNavasota, Texas
  9. 9. Picture of Prezi Video Example:
  10. 10. Works Cited §126.12. Technology Applications (Computer Literacy), Grades 6-8. (a) General requirements. Districts have the flexibility of offering technology applications (computer literacy) in a variety of settings, including a specific class or integrated into other subject areas. (b) Introduction. (1) The technology applications curriculum has four strands: foundations, information acquisition, work in solving problems, and communication.
  11. 11. Works Cited
  12. 12. Works Cited Cont.Heifer, L. et. al. Eds. (2011). Human rights and Intellectual Property. London: Cambridge University Press.Rife, M.C. (2007). The Fair Use Doctrine: History, Application, and Implications for (new media) Writing Teachers. Computers and Composition, 24(2), 154-178.Seadle, M. (2011). Archiving in the Networked World: Open Access Journals. Library Hi Tech 29(2), 394-404.Siva, Vaidhyanathan. (2007). The Anarchist in the Coffee House: a Brief Consideration of Local Culture, the Free culture Movement, and Prospects for a Global Public Sphere,Law and Contemporary Problems, 70 (2), 205-210.Wong, T. G. Dutfield, Eds. (2011). Intellectual Property and Human Development. London: Cambridge University Press.
  13. 13. Clip Art Citations Slide 6- www.microsoft.com Clip Art Slide 7- www.microsoft.com Clip Art Slide 8- www.microsoft.com Clip Art

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