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1Word Knowledge watch stick light log live carve coast curves invite invitation edit edition complete completioncarve coast curvesreserve reservation explode explosiontotem important legend system listen
2Word KnowledgeMy father is carving a totem pole for the Klallam Indians who live on the Port Gamble reservation near our home.Ever since I was little, I have watched him take a piece wood and carve a creature from it.I live in a small town called Kingston in Washington State.It is important to listen when someone explains how a system works.
3Spell the words “reservation” and “explosion” with your eyes closed. Use the word “edition”in a sentence.The word “totem” has an under- stressed syllable. Explain what that is and give another example.The other team gets to choose any word from the word knowledge page for you to spell.Why is the C hard in the word “carve”? Give another example of words with /k/ spelled c.Spell the words “reservation” and “explosion” with your eyes closed.Give an example of a word with each of the short vowel sounds.The other team gets to choose any word from the word knowledge page for you to use in a sentence.What happens to the word “complete” when the suffix –tion is added? Give another example.Explain what a “homograph” is and give two examples.hard
4Word Knowledge watch stick light log live carve coast curves invite invitation edit edition complete completioncarve coast curvesreserve reservation explode explosiontotem important legend system listen
5Converting a text box into an image in PowerPoint 2007 Create your text box and then cut or copy it.Go to the Home menu and click the dropdown arrow under PasteClick Paste Special.In the dialogue box that comes up, select Picture (Windows Metafile)Click OK and your text box should appear as an image. This means that you won't be able to edit the text, but you can apply the macro to it so you can move it around the screen, enlarge it etc.
6Adding an Action Button in PowerPoint 2007 To move to the next slide with an Action Button click the Insert menu and ShapesScroll down to the Action Buttons and select the Action Button which points right.Hold down the left click and drag the Action Button shape as large as need be.Let go of the left click. A dialogue box should come up. In the dropdown menu Hyperlink to, select Next slide.Run the slideshow and click the Action Button to go to the next slide.
7Instructions for PowerPoint 2007 Open ‘The Magic PowerPoint’(Click Options and Enable this contentOn the Home tab, in the Slides group, click New Slide, and then click Reuse Slides.Click Browse and Browse FileSelect your presentation and click OpenTick Keep Source FormattingRight click the slide and click Insert Slide or Insert All SlidesClick Slide Sorter icon (bottom right)Delete all the Magic PowerPoint slides except this one.Click save as and rename your PowerPoint