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by Patricia Galien http://pjgalien.wordpress.com Make sure you are in slide show. Start the presentation by clicking the arrow below.
Introduction Introduction Advantages Advantages Tools and Examples Tools and Examples Hyperlinks Hyperlinks Actions Actions Video Video Steps Steps Reminder Reminder Extras Extras Click on the button to return to this page.
PowerPoint is typically used as a supplement to a presentation, but are you aware that it can also be used to make activities, games, and assessment tools that are student driven? Along with all of the features of linear presentations, non-linear presentations are interactive and they can be pretty cool! The presentation will explore the possibilities of these types of presentations and show you how to make them. To start, make sure you are in slide show view and click the arrow.
Involve active participation since they allow the user to control how the presentation is viewed Can combine the presentation of material and comprehension checks Contain all of the features of PowerPoint graphics media sound
Click on these pictures to see examples: Key Tools: Buttons Pictures of Buttons Text Moraine Valley Images Links Hyperlinks Link the “buttons” to anything outside of the PowerPoint presentation Actions Link the “buttons” to other slides in the PowerPoint presentation Click on the down arrow to see the presentation.
You can hyperlink to: Text Moraine Valley (Select it.) A Picture (Select it.)
PowerPoint also provides some already made buttons. Link your buttons, text, or images to any other slide in the PowerPoint presentation by using actions. (Select it.)
First, develop your general idea. As the video mentioned, some people like to draw a plan. Then, collect the tools that you will need: buttons photos web site addresses documents media
The first slide is usually a title slide. The second slide is usually the home page. Put navigation buttons (buttons that link to major chunks of content) here. Also, put action buttons on all of the pages, so students can go back or return to the home page.
If your presentation links to documents that you have (that are not on the Internet), these files need to go into the same folder as your PowerPoint presentation. This folder should contain: The PowerPoint presentation Documents that link to the presentation (for example, a Word document) Media files
A Video on Microsoft.com That Shows How to Link Jeopardy Template Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Template by Mark E. Damon (Scroll down this page to find the file.)