Information of this file Subject: (State your subject here) Created by: (State the Author here) Last Revision Date: (Date) Template from: http://www.palmchristy.net/babyhttp://www.palmchristy.net/baby For viewing instructions or editing this file, please first run the powerpoint software then open this file. This file should only be used for education purpose by parents but not for commercial purpose. The purpose of this file is to teach your baby to read. It is designed base on "How To Teach Your Baby to Read" book by Glenn Doman. For more information on the method and the book, please visit http://www.childbrain.org and http://www.iahp.org.http://www.childbrain.org http://www.iahp.org
How to use this file This file can be used for: Playing 15 combinations of random slides when user click the appropriate combo at the first page. The effect will further improve if voice is added to the slides. A typical example will be, Monday morning, click combo 1 of day 1, and 15 words will be shown to child, then on Monday afternoon, one click on combo 2 of day1, the SAME 15 words are shown, but in another sequence, meaning it is shown in random order. It is recommended by the "How To Teach Your Baby to Read" book by Glenn Doman that you should show them 3 times a day for 5 days, and no more, because the child would have learnt them and would get bored if you continue to show the material.
How to create your own version 1.Replace those “word1” to “word15” by your own words, couplets or phrases, e.g. apple or yellow banana. 2.Add sound to each word if you wish (see p.28). Save the powerpoint file as pps format. The saved version can be run without using powerpoint software.Add sound 3.If you are teaching language other than English, you can state the English translation at the bottom right hand corner for easily reference. See example at next page. 4.If you wish to share your own version to others who are using Glenn Doman’s method, please visit http://www.childbrain.org.http://www.childbrain.org
word/couplet of other language State English translation here (if any)
Adding sound to your powerpoint file Dictionary with Human Pronunciation: Mirriam Webster Online at http://www.m-w.com/home.htmhttp://www.m-w.com/home.htm Can let you save the sound file (wav format) without using 3rd party sound recording software After clicking the red audio icon besides the word, right click “2. Click here to listen with your default audio player” to save the sound file in the new windowClick here to listen with your default audio player In the powerpoint environment, use “Insert” “Slide or Sound” “Insert Sound From File” to insert the wav file you have downloaded to slide of word or the slide of picture or both Apart from the above dictionary, you can create wav file by recording your own sound
Random Slide Show Feature This template has pre-defined 15 sets of random slide show. They can be seen at [Slide Show] [Custom Shows]. 15 words were divided into 3 sets, each set have 5 words. There is a break between each set of words with clapping sound. These pre-defined random slide shows work for 15 slides only. If the show has more than 15 slides, you should update these pre-defined custom shows to including the additional piece of slides, otherwise they will not be shown.
Mickey mouse has a dog and his name is Pluto P L U T O and his name is Pluto