Presentation on theme: "Directions 1.Teachers need save this PowerPoint on the Student Server. 2.Have the students open the template from the Student Server and click on Slide."— Presentation transcript:
Directions 1.Teachers need save this PowerPoint on the Student Server. 2.Have the students open the template from the Student Server and click on Slide 2 (Title Page), and have them create a title and add their name. (If students need additional information about the lifecycle of a frog, they can use the link provided on the Title Page. Students will need to copy the link and then open Internet Explorer and paste the link in the address bar.) 3.On slide 3 the students create a new title for the slide and drag the pictures and arrows to create the lifecycle of the frog. (To rotate the arrows, click on an arrow, then click on one of the ends and rotate that end of the arrow.) 4.One slide 4 the students read the heading, go back to the directions slide, click on the picture that they need, click edit - copy, and then click back on slide 4 and click edit - paste. (The picture should match the title.) 5.Students then type what they have learned about that specific part of the frog lifecycle in the section titled “Click to add text”. The students can use the website provided on the title page or other resources they may have. 6.Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for slide 5 and again for slide 6 7.Delete slide 1 and have the students add any animation, backgrounds, and other effects that they may want.
Title Page Created by: http://www.mtsd-vt.org/WebQuests/MAranjo/Frogs.htm#frogeggs
Additional Resources (Hit the F5 key to begin your presentation. When you get to this slide, click on the links to view the activities.) Frederick’s Cycle of Life http://www.fi.edu/fellows/fellow9/jun99/lifec ycle2/cycle1.html http://www.fi.edu/fellows/fellow9/jun99/lifec ycle2/cycle1.html Cool Frog Photos http://allaboutfrogs.org/gallery/photos/inde x.html http://allaboutfrogs.org/gallery/photos/inde x.html