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1 Unit Presentations Unit Tech Talk: Technology in Careers Using Technology at Work (pg. 305–306) Use Technology to Find a Job (pg. 307) Choose a Career in Technology (pg. 308) Prepare for a Career (pg. 309) Projects Project 1: Create a Presentation (pg. 311–325) Project 2: Enhance a Presentation (pg. 326–341) Project 3: Deliver a Presentation (pg. 342–351) Real World Projects Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Starting with You To find out why it is important to identify your audience before you create a presentation, go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose e-quizzes, and take the Unit 7 Pre-Quiz.

2 Unit Presentations Before You Read Keep a note pad handy when you read. If you come across a difficult term or concept, make a note of it along with the page number. Use your note pad to write down thoughts and ideas that occur to you as you read. After you finish reading, review your notes and go back to find the information you need. If you cannot find the information you need, make sure you ask your teacher for clarification. Take Notes pg. 305

3 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers Why technology is an important job skill How to find a job using technology To describe careers in information technology How to present your job skills using technology You Will Learn Key Terms information technology (IT) electronic job market pg. 305–310 Academic Vocabulary require summary pursue demonstrate

4 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers information technology (IT) Most jobs today require at least basic information technology (IT) skills: Understand hardware and software basics Troubleshoot (solve) common computer problems Use the Internet and Use word processing software Create and working with spreadsheets Work with databases Create and giving electronic presentations information technology (IT) The ability to create, install, and use computer systems and software. (pg. 305) require To demand. (pg. 305) Using Technology at Work pg. 305–306

5 Unit Presentations What Careers Use Technology? Some professions require more specialized technology skills, such as: Using computerized machinery Creating models using software Using diagnostic tools Using project management tools Using Technology at Work pg. 305–306 Technology in Careers

6 Unit Presentations Using Technology at Work pg. 305–306 Technology in Careers

7 Unit Presentations Computers and You Research Your Future What careers or professional fields interest you? What skills and education will you need to pursue that career? How can you find out that information? Academic Focus: English Language Arts pg. 306

8 Unit Presentations Draw Conclusions How might the following professionals use computers? Using Technology at Work Technology in Careers 1.Office assistant 2.Artist 3.Teacher

9 Unit Presentations Draw Conclusions How might the following professionals utilize computers? Using Technology at Work Technology in Careers Possible answers include: 1.An office assistant may use word processing software to create letters and documents quickly and efficiently. 2.An artist may use graphic design software to create electronic artwork and present it to clients. 3.A teacher may use presentation software to create and present lessons. A teacher may also use a computer network to monitor student work.

10 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers electronic job market Today, many people use the electronic job market to find work. Examples of job search Web sites are: CareerBuilder.com Monster.com At these sites, you can: Search for a job quickly and easily Post your résumé, or summary of your work skills and experience Get career advice Use Technology to Find a Job pg. 307 electronic job market A collection of Web sites where companies can look for employees, and people can look for jobs. (pg. 307) summary A review. (pg. 307)

11 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers Use Technology to Find a Job pg. 307 If you do not have a computer to search for a job online, you may be able to use a computer at a: Library Community center Public Internet center Write a Résumé Learn how to create an effective résumé. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Tech Talk Activities, then Unit 7.

12 Unit Presentations Analyze How do you think searching for a job online might be better than using a newspapers Help Wanted ads? Give two ways. Use Technology to Find a Job Technology in Careers Possible answers include: More jobs are posted online. It may be easier to search for jobs online using keywords than to scour the Help Wanted ads for relevant listings. Updates may be made more frequently to jobs advertised online. A wider geographic area is represented online.

13 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers Careers in technology are available in just about every type of business or industry. Jobs you can pursue in the technology field include: Software programmer - creates software Technical writer - writes about how to use technology Network administrator - installs computer hardware and maintains business networks Web designer - designs, creates, and updates Web sites Choose a Career in Technology pg. 308 pursue To work towards something. (pg. 308) Find Job Listings Practice searching for jobs online and find out more about career opportunities in technology. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Tech Talk Activities, then Unit 7.

14 Unit Presentations Draw Conclusions What skills might a technical writer need to possess? Choose a Career in Technology Technology in Careers Possible answers include: Know how technology works Make technology understandable to the intended audience Break down and document steps in a process Excellent written communication skills Keen attention to detail

15 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers It is never too early to start preparing for a career! While you are still in school you can: Take technology-related classes Get the best grades you can Consider jobs that interest you Learn about skills and certifications you will need for the job you want Develop communication, problem solving, and teamwork skills When you are ready to find a job, you can post a portfolio online to demonstrate your work experience and provide samples of your work. Prepare for a Career pg. 309 demonstrate To exhibit. (pg. 309)

16 Unit Presentations Technology in Careers Tech Talk Assessment pg. 310 Identify Name two ways to communicate your job experience online. Possible answers include: Complete and submit an online job application. Post a résumé at a job search site or your own Web site. Post an online portfolio at a job search site or your own Web site. Self-Check Assess your understanding of what you have just read. Go to the Online Learning center at glencoe.com. Choose e-quizzes, and take the Unit 7 Tech Talk Quiz.

17 Unit Presentations Going Online Tech Talk Assessment pg. 310 Identify What are three IT skills you may need in a future job?

18 Unit Presentations Going Online Tech Talk Assessment pg. 310 Possible answers include: Understand hardware and software basics Troubleshoot common computer problems Use the Internet and Use word processing software Create and work with spreadsheets Work with databases Create and give electronic presentations Know computerized machinery Create models using software Operate diagnostic tools Use project management tools

19 Unit Presentations After You Read Imagine that you are applying for your dream job. The only problem is that the job requires technology skills that you do not have. With a partner, discuss the following possible solutions to your problem. Make sure you consider the benefits and consequences of each one. Apply for the job and highlight your other skills Exaggerate your skills Enroll in technology courses so that you are prepared the next time a similar job becomes available Technology in Careers pg. 310

20 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation Exercise 1-1 Identify PowerPoint features Exercise 1-2 Identify PowerPoint views Save a presentation Contents pg. 311–325 Key Terms presentation software theme Slide Master 1 1

21 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation Exercise 1-3 Apply a theme Exercise 1-4 Modify the Slide Master Add the date and time to a slide Exercise 1-5 Navigate through a slide show View a slide show Contents pg

22 Unit Presentations Why is it important for me to learn how to use PowerPoint? PowerPoint is an excellent way to present information in an electronic slide show. You can combine text with graphics, animation, special effects, and sound to create slide shows that are clear, sophisticated, and interesting. When will I use PowerPoint? While you are in school, you can use PowerPoint to organize information and impress your teachers and classmates when you are assigned a presentation. As you move along a career path, PowerPoint is an excellent tool for you to use for in higher education, to organize information for meetings, and to create proposals. Why It Matters 1 1 Create a Presentation Can you think of any other contexts where you can use PowerPoint to organize information and engage your audience?

23 Unit Presentations Use slides to provide a visual outline of what you will say. This will help focus the audience on your key ideas. Use themes to give a unified look to your presentation. If you change the font color of the title on one slide, you will want to make sure you do that to all of your slides. Use the Slide Master view to make changes on all slides of the presentation at one time. In this project, you will learn guidelines to help you present your information clearly and to create a visually appealing slide show. Create an Organized and Professional Presentation 1 1 Create a Presentation

24 Unit Presentations 1 1 Create a Presentation

25 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 312–313 Exercise 1-1 Get to Know Microsoft PowerPoint In this exercise, you will create two PowerPoint presentation slides. The first will be a title slide. The second will be a slide listing your favorite hobbies. You will then save the presentation. presentation software To support a speech or presentation, you can use presentation software to create a slide show with: Words Pictures Sound Video 1 1 presentation software Computer programs used to create a story in words, pictures, sound, and video, to support a speech or public presentation. (pg. 312) Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

26 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 312–313 Exercise 1-1 Get to Know Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint presentations are a series of slides that can be: Viewed on a computer monitor Displayed on a screen for an audience Published on the Web Presentation slides: Provide a visual outline of what the speaker is saying Make the content of a presentation more interesting and entertaining 1 1

27 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 314–316 Exercise 1-2 Explore PowerPoint Views In this exercise, you will practice using the different views in PowerPoint. You can compare each of them to see which view you like best. There are several ways to view a PowerPoint presentation while you are working on it: 1 1 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED 7A Road Rally DATA FILE USED ViewAllows User To Slide Viewsee what each slide looks like Outline Viewsee an outline of the presentation Slide Sorter Viewsee how slides are organized as well as move slides around Slide Master Viewmake changes to the text, graphics, or background on all slides at once

28 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 314–316 Exercise 1-2 Explore PowerPoint Views 1 1

29 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 317–318 Exercise 1-3 Apply a Theme In this exercise, you will apply a theme to your presentation. theme A theme uses design guidelines to make a slide show: attractive readable Microsoft themes include features such as: Graphics Colorful backgrounds Contrasting text colors 1 1 theme A custom design used to give a unified look to all the slides in a presentation. (pg. 317) Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED 7B Direction design.dot DATA FILE USED

30 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 317–318 Exercise 1-3 Apply a Theme You can use a theme to do the following to a presentation: Standardize text and background colors Standardize text style, size, and alignment Repeat images from slide to slide 1 1

31 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 319–320 Exercise 1-4 Modify the Slide Master Slide Master In this exercise, you will use the Slide Master to add the date and your name to the footer of your presentation. In PowerPoint, the Slide Master lets you: Add a feature to all of your slides at once Create a custom template Use the Title Master, which only makes changes to slides that have a Title Slide layout 1 1 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED Slide Master The Slide Master allows you to make changes to your entire presentation. (pg. 319)

32 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation pg. 321–322 Exercise 1-5 Navigate Through Your Slides In this exercise, you will use different methods to navigate through the slides in a presentation. Slides in a PowerPoint presentation can be: Viewed Edited Rearranged As you preview a presentation to check for any changes that need to be made, you can move from slide to slide using the: Keyboard Mouse 1 1 Enrichment Activity Complete the following activity to learn even more PowerPoint skills. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Enrichment Activities, then Unit 7. Add and edit text in Outline View Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

33 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation, pg. 311–325 Project Assessment Explore Why is it a good idea to preview a slide show before presenting it to an audience? Give at least two reasons. Possible answers are: To make sure the slides are in the correct order To check for formatting problems To check for spelling and grammar mistakes To make sure you are familiar with the presentations content 1 1 Independent Practice Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 7. glencoe.com

34 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation, pg. 311–325 Project Assessment Contrast In PowerPoint, what is the difference between the Slide Master and the Title Master? The Slide Master can make changes to all of the slides in a presentation at once, and the Title Master only makes changes to slides that have a Title Slide layout. 1 1

35 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation, pg. 311–325 Project Assessment Identify and Explain Which of the following would you not find in a theme? Why? A. large font size B. graphics C. text and background with similar colors D. area for a title 1 1

36 Unit Presentations Create a Presentation, pg. 311–325 Project Assessment The correct answer is: C. text and background with similar colors If the color of the text is similar to the color of the background, the text will not stand out. A theme uses a text color that contrasts with the background in order to make the text readable. 1 1

37 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation Exercise 2-1 Apply bullets Apply numbering Exercise 2-2 Add a table and enter data Use borders and shading Exercise 2-3 Add a graph pg. 326–341 Key Terms legend transition animation 2 2

38 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation Exercise 2-4 Apply slide transitions Apply custom animation Exercise 2-5 Add sounds Insert pictures pg. 326–

39 Unit Presentations Why should I learn how to enhance a presentation? Think of something you really enjoy. It could be shopping, skateboarding, reading, eating ice cream, etc. What would happen if you did that activity all of the time? When you do something too much, or eat too much of something, that thing is no longer pleasant. In fact, you might wind up disliking the thing if you do it too much. Do you think you should try to use all of the tools and features PowerPoint offers in one slide show? Why or why not? Why It Matters 2 2 Enhance a Presentation

40 Unit Presentations PowerPoint has some fascinating features that will allow you to create impressive and professional presentations. However, it is possible to include too much of a good thing and distract your audience from the information you intend to give them. Learning how to use these features will help you make your presentations easier to follow and understand for your audience. As a result, you will leave your audience with a positive impression. Enhance Your Presentation 2 2 Enhance a Presentation

41 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 327–328 Exercise 2-1 Create Bulleted and Ordered Lists In this exercise, you will apply bullets and numbering to the text on your slides. To make important points easy to read and understand in a presentation, you can use lists that are: bulleted (with dots) ordered (with numbers) 2 2 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

42 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 327–328 Exercise 2-1 Create Bulleted and Ordered Lists Follow these guidelines when using lists on slides: Use a bulleted list when the order of items is not important. Use a numbered list when the items need to be in order. Use four to six statements per screen. Use short statements that the speaker can explain in more detail during the presentation. Use a font that is easy to read. 2 2

43 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 329–331 Exercise 2-2 Insert a Table In this exercise, you will add a table to a slide. It will show information about what makes each car unique, including gas mileage, fuel tank size, and top speed. For a table on a slide, you can specify: Number of columns and rows Text font, color, size, and alignment Borders and fill 2 2 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

44 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 332–333 Exercise 2-3 Create a Graph In this exercise, you will add a bar chart to your Road Rally presentation. It will compare the fuel mileage (in miles per gallon) and fuel tank capacity (in gallons) for the three cars in the game. You can use graphs to communicate complex information in a visual way. This often makes the information easier to understand. PowerPoint uses the following tools to create a graph: Spreadsheet – displays graph data Chart type - line, bar, pie, etc. Legend Legend - key to the charts data 2 2 legend Part of a chart that identifies the different data in the chart. (pg. 332) Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

45 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 332–333 Exercise 2-3 Create a Graph 2 2

46 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 334–335 Exercise 2-4 Apply Transitions and Animation In this exercise, you will apply transitions between slides and apply a custom animation to the text on all of your slides. transitions animation You can use transitions and animation in a PowerPoint presentation to attract the audiences attention. Here are some guidelines for using these special effects: Use animation sparingly and for impact. Apply only one style of slide transition in a presentation. Use transitions and animation to help the audience understand the content, not just to entertain. 2 2 transition An effect that occurs when you move from one slide to the next. (pg. 334) animation Effects that are used to display text or other objects on a slide. (pg. 334) Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

47 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation pg. 336–338 Exercise 2-5 Add Sounds and Graphics 2 2 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED 7D Vehicle Choice2 7E Vehicle Choice3 DATA FILES USED In this exercise, you will add a sound file to the end of your presentation. You will also add pictures of the cars players can choose in your game: Sound can: Provide impact when displaying a specific slide Set the mood for an entire presentation Serve as background music Graphics that can add interest and appeal include: Drawings Paintings Photographs Enrichment Activity Complete the following activities to learn even more PowerPoint skills. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Enrichment Activities, then Unit 7. Use drawing tools to enhance your presentation Apply borders and shading to elements of a slide

48 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation Project Assessment List What are at least three guidelines to remember when using lists in a PowerPoint presentation? Possible answers include: Use a bulleted list when the order of items is not important. Use a numbered list when the items need to be in order. Use four to six statements per screen. Use short statements that the speaker can explain in more detail during the presentation. Use a font that is easy to read. 2 2 Independent Practice Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 7. glencoe.com

49 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation Project Assessment Identify Match each PowerPoint feature on the left with its effect on the right. 1. table 2. chart 3. transition 4. animation The correct answers are 1. table / D. organizes data in rows and columns 2. chart / A. communicates information visually 3. transition / B. moves from one slide to the next 4. animation / C. displays text with a special effect 2 2 A. communicates information visually B. moves from one slide to the next C. displays text with a special effect D. organizes data in rows and columns

50 Unit Presentations Enhance a Presentation Project Assessment Summarize What are seven different elements you can add to a PowerPoint presentation to make it more visually appealing? Possible answers include: Lists (bulleted or numbered) Tables Charts Transitions Animation 2 2 Sound Graphics Diagrams WordArt Animated graphics

51 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation Exercise 3-1 Create speaker notes Delete slides Proofread your slides Exercise 3-2 Print handouts Print speaker notes Exercise 3-3 Save your presentation as a Web page View your presentation online pg. 342–351 Key Terms speaker notes handouts 3 3

52 Unit Presentations You have just finished creating an impressive and well- organized slide show. Why does it matter whether or not you prepare yourself to deliver it? You have worked hard on preparing your slide show. You want your audience to be engaged in the presentation and not distracted by inconsistent formatting, typographical errors, or you forgetting what you intended to say to talk about each slide. What are some things you can do to make sure you leave your audience with a positive, lasting impression? Why It Matters 3 3 Deliver a Presentation

53 Unit Presentations In addition to proofreading, revising, and practicing your presentation, there are some things you can do to make sure that you will deliver a smooth, professional presentation. In this project, you will learn how to do the following: Create speaker notes to use as you discuss each slide. Print speaker notes for yourself and handouts for your audience. Publish your presentation as a Web page to reach a larger audience. Prepare to Deliver Your Presentation 3 3 Deliver a Presentation

54 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation pg. 343–344 Exercise 3-1 Prepare for the Presentation In this exercise, you will prepare for your presentation by creating speaker notes, deleting a slide that is no longer necessary, and checking your slides for any errors in spelling or grammar. speaker notes PowerPoint lets you create speaker notes to go along with your slide show. When printed, speaker notes appear as text below small pictures of the slides in the presentation, which can be used: To pass out to the audience For your own reference 3 3 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED speaker notes Notes a presenter uses when discussing each slide shown in a presentation. (pg. 343)

55 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation pg. 345–346 Exercise 3-2 Print Handouts and Speaker Notes In this exercise, you will print out handouts for the audience and print your own speaker notes. 3 3 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

56 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation pg. 345–346 Exercise 3-2 Print Handouts and Speaker Notes handouts For a presentation, you can distribute handouts of your slide show. Handouts serve several purposes: They provide a convenient place for audience members to take notes. They allow audience members to take away a copy of the presentation. 3 3 handouts Printed versions of a PowerPoint slide show. (pg. 345)

57 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation pg. 345–346 Exercise 3-2 Print Handouts and Speaker Notes PowerPoint handouts show one to nine slides on a page. A popular handout layout has: Three slides on a page A place for taking notes next to each slide 3 3

58 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation pg. 347–348 Exercise 3-3 Publish as a Web Page In this exercise, you will save your Road Rally presentation as a Web page, then open it in a browser and view it as a slide show. PowerPoint lets you easily publish a presentation as a Web page. To do this, you need the following: Access to the Internet or other network A location to publish the presentation, like a Web server 3 3 Microsoft PowerPoint, Internet Explorer APPLICATIONS USED

59 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation pg. 347–348 Exercise 3-3 Publish as a Web Page When you view a presentation with a Web browser, you can: View any slide Link to other pages in the presentation Link to external Web pages View animations Hear sound 3 3

60 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation, pg. 342–351 Project Assessment Define What are speaker notes? Speaker notes are notes a presenter uses when discussing each slide that is shown during a presentation. Speaker notes can be entered in the notes pane below each slide in a presentation and then printed for reference. 3 3 Independent Practice Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 7.glencoe.com

61 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation, pg. 342–351 Project Assessment Identify and Explain The following are four statements about PowerPoint handouts. Which statement is not true? Why? 1. Handouts provide a convenient place for audience members to take notes. 2. Handouts are an electronic version of a slide show. 3. Handouts allow audience members to take away a copy of a presentation. 4. Handouts show between one and nine slides on a page The correct answer is: 2. Handouts are an electronic version of a slide show. Handouts are a printed, rather than electronic, version of a slide show. 3 3

62 Unit Presentations Deliver a Presentation, pg. 342–351 Project Assessment Analyze Name one possible advantage of publishing a PowerPoint presentation as a Web page over showing it to an audience using a projector. Possible answers include: You can reach a much larger audience on the Internet. You can be in a different location than the audience. You do not need a projector or a large screen. 3 3

63 Unit Presentations Unit Unit Assessment Evaluate Why is it important to learn technology skills in school? People use technology skills for many different jobs. Many employers offer training, but most would rather hire someone who already has basic computer skills.

64 Unit Presentations Unit Unit Assessment Describe How can you prepare for a career in technology right now? Explain two ways. Possible answers include: Get good grades Take technology-related classes Think about jobs that interest you Learn about skills and certifications you will need for the job you want Develop communication, problem-solving, and teamwork skills Unit Projects Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 7. glencoe.com

65 Unit Presentations Unit Unit Assessment Describe How can you prepare for a career in technology once you are out of school? Explain two ways. Possible answers include: Search the Webs electronic job market Prepare a résumé Create an online portfolio Establish a personal Web site Stay up-to-date with current developments in technology Acquire necessary skills and certifications

66 Unit Presentations Unit Unit Assessment Analyze Why might a presentation or speech be better with the inclusion of a PowerPoint slide show? Give one reason. Possible answers include: A slide show makes the content of a presentation more understandable by providing a visual outline of what the speaker is saying. A slide show makes the content of a presentation more interesting and entertaining. If a slide show is printed as handouts, audience members can take the presentation away with them.

67 Unit Presentations Unit Build Your Portfolio Create a Presentation About How to Interview Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com to find Web Links that you will use to research information about how to interview for a job.glencoe.com Before you create your presentation, make sure all of your information is organized. This will help keep you on the right path for creating an organized presentation. Use your textbook as a resource. This project builds on skills you have been learning throughout the textbook. If you need to brush up on some of your skills, such as citing sources, review those sections to help you create a polished presentation. Presentations Build Your Portfolio Use the rubric for this portfolio project to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 7.glencoe.com

68 Unit Presentations Unit Build Your Portfolio Double-click on the icon below to view a rubric you can use to evaluate and revise your presentation. Presentations

69 Unit Presentations Unit Unit Resources For more resources on this unit, go to the Online Learning Center glencoe.com.glencoe.com.


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