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1 1 2 3 4 Get Microsoft Mouse Mischief READ THIS SLIDE FIRST (This is a hidden slide and will not appear in the slide show)This presentation requires Microsoft Mouse Mischief.Mouse Mischief lets students use computer mice to answer questions and participate in activities teachers create in PowerPoint presentations.To learn more, visitGet Microsoft Mouse Mischief1Download and InstallDownload and install the Mouse Mischief add-in. Copy and paste into your browser window to visit the site.2Restart PowerPointAfter installation is complete, restart PowerPoint.3CreateUse the Mouse Mischief features on the Multiple-Mouse tab.4Play Slide ShowTo play a multiple-mouse slide show (such as this file), click the Play Slide Show button.The Microsoft® Mouse Mischief™ add-in works with Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 or Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007.
3 Have you heard of the North Star? The North Star is located almost directly over the Earth’s geographic north pole.
4 The North Star……is known to astronomers as “Polaris” because of its place over the North Pole.…is really useful if you are in the Earth’s northern hemisphere, and you are lost in the wilderness on a clear night.
5 How can the North Star help me if I’m lost? The North Star tells you which direction is North. If you know which way is North, you can figure out the other directions.
6 What is the name of the North Star? ArcturusPolarisDeneb
7 What is important about the North Star? It’s always in the North.It’s always right over your head.It’s always in the East.
8 So…how do I use the North Star to find my way? Let’s say you are lost in a forest at night. You know that there is a road to the South East, but you don’t have a compass, so you don’t know which direction is South East.You are here?Road is here somewhere
9 You keep the North Star to your left and a little behind you as you walk, which means you are walking South East. Eventually, you will find the road.NEWSNSE
10 You know you must walk West. You see the North Star You know you must walk West. You see the North Star. Draw a line to show which way you would walk.North Star is here?N
11 Walk toward the North Star You have to walk South. You see the North Star. Which way do you walk, relative to the North Star?Walk toward the North StarWalk away from the North StarKeep the North Star at your left shoulderKeep the North Star at your right shoulder
12 How do I find the North Star? There are a few steps you have to follow. First, you find this constellation, or group of stars, called “Ursa Major,” the Greater Bear. You will see only the stars; you have to use your imagination to see the bear.
13 How do I find the North Star? Ursa Major is easy to find, because in the middle of it are seven really bright stars. Some people call these seven stars the “Big Dipper,” others call them “Charles’s Wain” or “The Plough.”Different cultures have other names for these stars.
14 How do I find the North Star? Take a look at the two stars that are opposite the “handle” of the Big Dipper. These stars are the pointer stars.Pointer stars
15 The pointer stars point to the North Star, Polaris. In the direction of the arrows, at about five times the distance between the pointer stars, you will find the North Star.Imagine that the arrows point the same way water would flow from the bowl of the dipper.
16 How do you use the Big Dipper to find the North Star? Follow the handleFollow the stars across the bowl from the handle
17 Polaris is on the end of the handle of the Little Dipper, also known as Ursa Minor, the Lesser Bear. North StarThe stars in Ursa Minor —including the North Star—are much dimmer than the stars in the Big Dipper. So you need to know where to look. That’s why you have to use the Big Dipper.
18 Together, the Big Dipper and Little Dipper look a bit like this:
19 At different times of the year, they may be oriented differently. JuneBig DipperOctoberLittle DipperLittle DipperThey always keep the same position relative to each other, however.Big Dipper
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