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  1. 1. Use of Microsoft® PowerPoint to support emergent literacy skill development among young at risk children 1. Teacher Name: ______________________ 2. Date: _____________________________ 3. School: ____________________________ 5. Grade: _____________________________ 6. Subject: ___________________________ 7. Topic: _____________________________ 8. Observer Name: ____________________ ID Pedagogical aspect Done Not Done N/A A There clear educational goals B Instruction matches stated objectives C Practice activities and exercises are appropiate for lesson objectives. ID 1.0 Document Layout and Formatting Requirement Done Not Done N/A A Do all of the slides avoid using flickering/flashing text and/or animated text? B Do all slides that contain hyperlinks have active links? C Do all of the slides avoid using text boxes or graphics with text within them? E D Have comments been removed and formatting marks been turned off? ID 2.0 Document Image Requirement Done Not Done N/A A Do all slide graphics (images, grouped images and non-text elements) that convey information have Alternative Text (Alt Text) associated with them? B Have all slides that contain multiple associated images on the same page (e.g., boxes in an organizational chart) been grouped as one object? C Do complex images have teacher descriptive immediately after the image?
  2. 2. ID motivation and reinforcement Done Not Done N/A A The program is attractive and interesting for risk kids? B It motivates users to continue using the program, does it encourage the learner? ID Presentation Done Not Done N/A A The material easy to read ? B The graphics useful? c The layout well-designed? ID Feed Back Done Not Done N/A A Feedback is used appropriately ? B the learner offered useful feedback if s/he gets something wrong? c the learner gets something right purely by chance, can s/he seek an explanation in order to find out why the answer is right? ID Navigation Done Not Done N/A A The program designed for easy navigation and control? B The interface understanding? C Can go back to earlier steps easily? D Can control the order of presentation? E Can control how long to spend at each step? F Easy to exit from program?

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