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Welcome to Mrs. Fonseca's Computer Class!

Procedure:

1.  Using the same instructions they used for the practice graphs, students will create two graphs, based on their
     survey results.  They must input
their information, rather than the information contained in the instruction  
     worksheet.
2.  Students will save the first graph as “Total Graph” and the second graph as “Boys and Girls Graph.”
3.  Student will then copy and paste the two graphs on a single page in Microsoft Word.
(sample)
4.  The teacher will print one copy of the graphs.

Evaluation:


The teacher will grade the graphs.  Points will be deducted for misspelled words and missing information.


Less
on 5:  Presentation

Estimated Time:


3-5 class periods (55 minutes each)


Objectives:


1.  Students will use Microsoft PowerPoint to present the results of their surveys.
2.  Students will follow the  instructions given by the teacher, while viewing the procedure on a
     LCD projector.
3.  Students will import graphics (from clipart and the Internet) into the slideshow presentation.
4.  Students will import at least one of their Microsoft Excel graphs into the slideshow presentation
.

Materials:


Computers (one per student) with Internet access
Software Programs:  Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel
Completed graphs
Planning sheet (6 slide minimum)
(sample)
PowerPoint Presentation
(sample)
3½" floppy disks
LCD Projector


Procedure:


1.  The teacher will show students a sample slide show presentation.
2.  The teacher will distribute “planning sheets” to students.
3.  Students will plan each slide of their presentation.
4.  Students will open Microsoft PowerPoint.
5.  Students will follow along (on their computers) as the teacher illustrates (using the LCD projector) how to
     create a multimedia presentation. 
6. The teacher will show students how to:
     a.  Create a new presentation using Blank presentation. 
     b.  Choose a layout.
     c.  Add, move and delete slides.
     d.  Insert, move, and delete text.
     e.  Insert (from clipart and from the Internet), move and delete graphics.
     e.  Spell Check and Save the presentation.
     f.   Format text.
     g.  Insert charts and graphs.
     h.  Add transitions and animations
     i.  View the completed presentation
.

Evaluation:


The teacher will grade the presentation on:
     1.  Planning Sheet (organization)
     2.  Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors)
     3.  Technical Requirements (correct number of slides and graphs, creativity, and
          clarity)
     4.  Content (accuracy and proficien
cy)

 

 

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