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Discovery Education for differentiating instruction with multimedia content : Embedding videos into PowerPoint and Google Earth Presenter: Danielle M. Kay Brockton Public Schools March 25, 2009 email@example.com www.daniellekay.com
Discovery Education unitedstreaming is a digital video- based learning resource that provides on- demand access to 50,000 content- specific segments from 5,000 full- length educational videos. Google Earth combines satellite imagery, maps and the power of Google Search to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips. PowerPoint 2003 create dynamic and high-impact presentations faster than ever before using graphics and videos from Discovery and embedding the presentation into Google Earth.
Adding Video to PowerPoint 1.Open Discovery 2.Search 3.Download (to a folder) -either segments or full video
PowerPoint 1.Open PowerPoint 2.Choose blank slide 3.NOTE: when starting a new presentation, I would open and save immediately! This way, while compiling all of your information, you can save as you go with one click!
PowerPoint 1.Click on View 2.Then Toolbar 3.Then Control Box 4.In the control box, click Hammer and Wrench icon 5.Scroll down and select Windows Media Player
PowerPoint 1.Click and drag the mouse to make a box 2.Right click mouse and choose Properties 3.Click on the three … next to custom
PowerPoint 1.Click on Browse 2.Locate video from your files 3.Choose AUTO START and STRETCH TO FIT. 4.Click on OK.
PowerPoint 1.Another way- quick and easy but WATCH OUT! Although this way is quick- you do not have the capabilities to pause etc.
Google Earth 1.Down load Google Earth: http://earth.google.com/ http://earth.google.com/ 2.Open Google Earth
Create a Folder 1. Add a Folder2. Name the Folder 3. Click OK
Fly to Destination 1.Select the FLY TO tab 2.Enter destination
Double check to see if the destination is in your folder.( Field Trip) If not drag and drop!
Add a Placemarker 1.Click the pushpin 2.Name the place 3.Plug in a description 4.Click ok