Classroom Expectations and Targets
- One voice
- Stay on task
- No phones
- Stay in your seat
- Try your best
- Ask for help
- Be positive
- Be confident with the topic
Interactive : allowing a two-way flow of information between a computer and a computer-user; responding to a user’s input.
We are going to make a presentation, but this time, it will require user input for it to work. We’ll make a quiz.
Lesson Objective : Make a quiz using presentation software (e.g. PowerPoint, Google Slides)
Add shapes and link them
Create questions for the user to answer
1. Open a new presentation and create an introduction slide
2. Add a new slide and add a question
3. Add 2 more slides, for incorrect and correct answers
On Google Slides, select the shape you want to link on.
Go to Insert > Link
Enter the slide number that you want to link on. Select that slide and press Apply.
Go to the slideshow to test
Linking on MS PowerPoint
Go back to the question slide and select the correct shapes (right click and choose link). Link the shape to the correct slide.
Go back to the question slide and select an icorrect shape (right click and choose link). Link it to the incorrect slide. Do this with all the other 3 incorrect shapes.
Test that it works. Fix any issues that you may have.
Change text colours, fonts and size. Format your shapes, change colours, etc.
1. I can open PowerPoint
2. I can create slide 1 (Splash Screen)
3. I can create a question slide
4. I can create an “incorrect” slide
5. I can create a “correct” slide
6. I can create at least one link
7. I can create 2 or more links
8. My Quiz has a nice design
9. I have tested the quiz
10. I can make a second question
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