Presentation on theme: "What do I do? If you haven’t done so already, create a PowerPoint (ppt) and name it “About Me.” HINT: You can re-save this ppt as “About Me” so you don’t."— Presentation transcript:
1What do I do?If you haven’t done so already, create a PowerPoint (ppt) and name it “About Me.” HINT: You can re-save this ppt as “About Me” so you don’t have to re-type anything. Make sure your ppt has AT LEAST six (6) slides:TitleCultureHistoryPersonalityHobbiesGoals & HopesRead each slide on this ppt to get ideas for yours. Each slide has questions for you to answer.
2What do I do? (Continued) Find a picture to represent your answer to each question. For example, since I’m from California, I might add a picture like this to my slide show:For each picture you add, include the “Image URL” by right clicking on the picture to copy it:When you are done, organize your slides in a way that makes sense to you. Try adding animations and transitions to make your slide show “pop.”If you finish today, begin writing about yourself in a Word document (save it as “About Me,” too). Use the ideas from the ppt to help you as you write.Save the Image URL information here. I used Clip Art (Microsoft) and a screenshot in this slide.
4Culture Where you are from Where your family is from Important family membersImportant traditionsImportant holidays
5History How old you are Important achievements or accomplishments Places of interest that you have been toPlaces that you’ve lived
6Personality What kind of person are you (happy, friendly, shy, etc.)? Do you have any unusual interests?What are some things people getting to know you should know about you?
7Hobbies Sports you like to play/watch Other games and activities you spend time onSpecific positions (in sports) or skills (like drawing, writing, etc.) that you are trying to develop
8Goals & Hopes Most important personal goal(s) for this year What you want to be when you grow upSomewhere you’d like to live when you grow upOne place you’d like to see in your lifetime
9Once you’ve got pictures… …add a few words to explain your images…re-organize your slides, if needed, to make the “story of you” make more sense; tell it like you’d tell someone in person…make sure you have URLs (web addresses) for each image.…try using the “Design,” “Transitions,” and “Animations” tabs at the top of the window to make your work look cooler.