Unit III. Finding effective and engaging lessons across all curriculum on the Internet using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.

1. For each major subject (Math, Social Studies, Science and English-Language Arts), I have given you five links that I found on the Internet with engaging lessons using PowerPoint. Click on each link to find lessons which you find interesting and useful to integrate into your curriculum and grade level.


MATH LESSONS USING POWERPOINT

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SCIENCE LESSONS USING POWERPOINT

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SOCIAL STUDIES LESSONS USING POWERPOINT

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ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ARTS LESSONS USING POWERPOINT

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ALL SUBJECTS USING POWERPOINT

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POWERPOINT and KidPix Studio (for younger students)

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2. Assignment


(a) Choose one PowerPoint lesson in each of the four subjects, and explain why you chose that lesson and how you would use this lesson effectively with your students.


(b) Game Show PowerPoint Templates (ie. Jeopardy, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire) are a great tool to review and assess what your students have learned. I would like you to use one of these templates and create your own lesson. For example: If I was teaching The Water Cycle to my class, I would create questions and answers based on what I have taught my students about The Water Cycle. Click here to find Game Show Templates. If you want to choose a game not on this site, you're welcome to use your own as long as it's interactive. I would like you to present this lesson using SMART Notebook software. Click on the link below to access the website and key code for you to download on to your computer.

Media:Notebook_Key_Code.pdf

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