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H OW TO C REATE A P OWER P OINT : P RESENTED IN S ELF S ERVE FORMAT S LIDE 1-18 C ITATION & E XTRAS : S LIDE 19- 23 Teacher’s Name, Class Name Student’s.

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1 H OW TO C REATE A P OWER P OINT : P RESENTED IN S ELF S ERVE FORMAT S LIDE 1-18 C ITATION & E XTRAS : S LIDE Teacher’s Name, Class Name Student’s Name Date

2 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Presentation Basics Types of PowerPoint Rules of Creation Planning PowerPoint Editing Slide Views Adding Slides Footers & Page Numbers Footers & Page Numbers Applying Graphics Applying Design Types of Animation Slide Transitions Applying Animation Printing Extra Info Citation Creation Intellectual Property Public Domain & Creative Commons Public Domain & Creative Commons Author Research Types of Fiction December 14, PowerPoint 2010

3 T YPES OF P OWER P OINT Group Delivery with Speaker used as a supplement and complement to a speaker- delivered presentation. Group Delivery without Speaker Presentation is played one time to an audience. Does not require explanation or interpretation by a speaker. May be displayed to entertain an audience prior to a speech or event. May be used to inform audience about procedures. December 14, 2013 PowerPoint

4 T YPES OF P OWER P OINT C ONT. Continuous Loop Presentation is played repeatedly (on-loop) until manually stopped. Often used in trade shows where people rotate through at different times throughout the day May be used to broadcast general information, such as school announcements, schedule changes, or changes to room locations, etc. Rolling Script Presentation is played at moderate pace to allow for user participation. Presentation is usually stand-alone content, such as a prop for posting the lyrics of a song at a concert or the lines of a poem. Back to TOC Back to TOC December 14, 2013 PowerPoint

5 T YPES OF P OWER P OINT C ONT. Self Serve May be delivered via a website, such as Microsoft training presentations that are user-selected and interactive. Self-paced and often interactive May be accompanied by a narration embedded within the presentation. Back to TOC Back to TOC December 14, 2013 PowerPoint

6 B ASIC R ULES OF PP C REATION Group Delivery with Speaker: – No more than 6 lines per slide or simple outlines – No more than 6 words per line – Small or simple use of animation – No timing All others: – 2 to 3 sentence paragraphs or detailed outlines – Great or large amount of animation – Use timing Back to TOC Back to TOC December 14, 2013 PowerPoint

7 B ASIC R ULES OF PP C REATION Accompanied – No more than 6 lines per slide or simple outlines – No more than 6 words per line – Small or simple use of animation – No timing Standalone & Virtual – 2 to 3 sentence paragraphs or detailed outlines – Great or large amount of animation – Use timing December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

8 P LANNING A P OWER P OINT Decide your topic What questions need to be answered? Research for information Finalize the layout Create a storyboard A hand drawn basic sketch of the layout and placement of text and graphics for each slide Enter all Text data in the appropriate slide layout (includes footer) Apply Graphics Apply Slideshow design Add Animation and Timings as Needed December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

9 S LIDE S HOW V IEWS Normal Screen List of thumbnails on the left and the current slide displayed full size on the right Used for editing and design Slide Sorter Listing of thumbnails Used to reorder and apply presentation timings found in the “Slide Show” ribbon Slide Show Used to present the slide show December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

10 A DDING A S LIDE WITH L AYOUT December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Select the “Home” Ribbon Click the down arrow under “New Slide” in the “Slides” section of the ribbon Click on the Layout that fits the information Title Title & Content Two Content Comparison Blank Remember you can change the layout later if needed by clicking on “Layout” in the “Slides” section and clicking on your new layout you want to use. Back to TOC Back to TOC

11 A DDING A F OOTER December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Insert Ribbon – Locate the “Text” Section – Click on “Header & Footer” icon – A Header & Footer pop- up box will appear Place a check in “Date” and “Fixed” Type the date in Longhand (Month DD, YYYY) Place a check in “slide number” Place a check in “footer” – Type the name of your presentation in footer Click “Apply to All” Back to TOC Back to TOC

12 A PPLYING G RAPHICS December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Select the icon link in the center of the slide layout that corresponds with the type of graphic you want to use. Table Graph Drawing Picture Clipart Movie Drawing Toolbar will appear at the top to allow for editing. Back to TOC Back to TOC

13 A PPLYING D ESIGN T HEME December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Click on the “Design Ribbon” Select a “Theme” that works with my topic Modify the theme if needed by adjusting: Colors Fonts Effects Browse for more themes if needed. Back to TOC Back to TOC

14 T YPES A NIMATION Slide Transition Animation An animated effect that appears between slides Word or Item Animation An animated effect that happens when a item is clicked, enters, or exits the screen December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

15 A PPLYING S LIDE T RANSITIONS December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Select the “Transitions” Ribbon Mouse over the transitions to preview them located in the “Transition to this Slide” section When you have decided on a transition click on it You may set the transition properties on the right side of the section: Transition Sound Transition Speed Apply to All Back to TOC Back to TOC

16 A PPLYING I TEM A NIMATIONS December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Select the “Animations” Ribbon Select the item (graphic or word) you want to animate Use the “Animate” pull down menu to select an animation. Use “Timing” and “Advanced Animation” section of the Animations Ribbon for advanced settings USE ONLY IN STANDALONE PRESENTIONS OR IN AUTOMATIC TIMED SEQUENCES Back to TOC Back to TOC

17 P RINTING A P OWER P OINT Three Print Forms Slides Prints the entire slide one per page (waste paper & ink) Handouts Prints 2, 3, 4, 6 slides per page (saves paper) Notes Prints one small slide and any notes typed in by presentation creator December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

18 H OW TO P RINT December 14, 2013 PowerPoint Click on “File” Click “Print” Look in the “Printer Section” Check that the correct printer is Selected Under “Slides” Section: Select the correct handout from the “Handouts” section of the pull down menu. Select the number of slides per page as instructed by your teacher. Click “Print” Back to TOC Back to TOC

19 E XTRA I NFO : C ITATION C REATION Click on the following link: Citation Maker steps/resources/cm/mlacitationss steps/resources/cm/mlacitationss Son of Citation Machine newstyle=1&stylebox=1 newstyle=1&stylebox=1 Pick the correct source from the list on the right side of the screen and complete the blanks that appear in the middle of the screen. Click “Create Citation Below” Button Copy and Paste the Citation on your document December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

20 E XTRA I NFO : I NTELLECTUAL P ROPERTY & C OPYRIGHT Intellectual Property Ownership of any image, writing, or creation that is original to the author thoughts. Copyright Legal rights of ownership, publication, and distribution of intellectual property. December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

21 E XTRA I NFO : P UBLIC D OMAIN & C REATIVE C OMMONS Public Domain: when the information or image is free to be used by anyone and no one has rights to the use of the intellectual property. Creative Commons Type of license agreement that allows the author of a work to provide rights of use to others. December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

22 E XTRA I NFO : W EBSITES TO USE FOR A UTHOR I NFO Scholastic Authors m m Liberty Online Library id=917&option=com_content&task=view id=917&option=com_content&task=view Middle School Virtual Library December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC

23 E XTRA I NFO : T YPES OF F ICTION Science fiction – fiction story with a science theme, space etc. Animal Fiction – A main character is an animal Adventure – exciting and sometimes dangerous plot or setting Realistic fiction – story that is based on a true story Historical fiction – fiction story based on a historical event Mystery – A problem is solved by following clues Humorous fiction – funny story, characters, setting and or plot Biography – True story of someone’s life Autobiography – True story of the author’s life Fantasy – fanciful fiction, cannot possibly be real Folktales – stories passed down orally by different cultural groups Fables – similar to folktales but the characters are animals and there is a moral or lesson December 14, PowerPoint 2010 Back to TOC Back to TOC


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