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Title: Microsoft Office in the Elementary Classroom


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Microsoft Office in the Elementary Classroom
By Darla LeJeune Estherwood Elementary
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Microsoft Word
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Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Word is a Word Processor
  • It allows you to create documents with ease and
    looks very professional
  • Word is a visual program, using buttons and menus
    to access formatting and editing features
  • It can be used in many different areas of your
    curriculum in many different ways
  • You will find that Word is a tool that not only
    makes your job easybut an adventure!

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Page Borders
  • Add interest to reports/cover pages
  • Make posters
  • Certificates
  • Add emphasis to important facts.

5
Watermarks
  • Add interest to reports/cover pages
  • Allows you to have a themed background image to
    projects
  • Can be text
  • Can be a an image

6
Drawing Toolbar
  • From the menu select
  • View-Toolbars-Drawing
  • Add shapes
  • Add text boxes
  • Add images
  • Add diagrams
  • And word art

7
Where To Find The Toolbar?
If you do not see the toolbar You can access it
through the View-Toolbar-Drawing Menu
The Toolbar is at the bottom of the screen
8
AutoShapes can turn this.
9
Into this.
WOW
I Love Technology
Welcome To MS OFFICE in the Classroom!!
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Word Art can turn this..
  • MS OFFICE

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Into this..
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
MS OFFICE
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Or this.
SUNSET
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Into this.
SUNSET
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Speech Balloons
Welcome to MS Office in the Classroom!
  • Add personality
  • Design your own Comic
  • Strips.
  • Have Fun!

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Certificates
  • Create themed certificates for each unit of study
  • Give credit to students that deserve a little
    something extra
  • SAVE MONEY!

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Make a Travel Brochure
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Can you read this?
  • Once upon a time there was a little
    who
  • who went to to become a
    .
  • She became the best teacher
  • because she signed up for technology classes
  • during the .

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Make a classroom dictionary
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Make Trading Cards
  • Can be used in all subjects
  • Great for center use
  • Allows children to practice for a test on their
    own
  • Make cards of the class and include their picture
    and info

21
Venn Diagrams
Apples vs. Oranges
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Flow Charts
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Insert Tables
  • Tables can easily organize information
  • for better understanding.
  • Tables are easy to add through the Table tab at
    the top of the screen.
  • You can add shading and colors to make them fun!

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Bookmarks
  • Students can make themed book marks for each book
    they read.
  • They are made by inserting textboxes from the
    drawing toolbar.

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What can MS Word do for me?
  • Page Borders
  • Watermarks
  • AutoShapes
  • Word Art
  • Diagrams/Charts
  • Tables
  • Speech Balloons
  • Certificates
  • Travel Brochures
  • Trading Cards
  • Bookmarks
  • Dictionaries

Maybe the question should be What cant MS Word
do for me?
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Lets Get Started!
  • MS Word
  • Word Art/Drawing Toolbar
  • Comic Strip
  • Rebus Stories

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Where To Find The Toolbar?
If you do not see the toolbar You can access it
through the View-Toolbar-Drawing Menu
The Toolbar is at the bottom of the screen
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Line Tool
Text Box Tool
3-D Style
Insert Picture
Line Style
Rectangle Tool
Diagram Tool
Arrow Style
Line Color
Draw Menu Button
Cursor
WordArt
Fill Color
Arrow Tool
Dash Style
AutoShape Menu
Font Color
Insert Clipart
Oval Tool
Shadow Style
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AutoShapes can turn this.
30
Into this.
WOW
I Love Technology
Welcome To MS OFFICE in the Classroom!!
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Creating AutoShapes
  • On the toolbar click AutoShapes, and choose the
    shape that you would like to draw.
  • Press the delete key to remove the drawing canvas
    from the screen.
  • Click, hold, and drag to create a new shape in
    the size that you want.
  • Right Mouse inside the shape and select Add
    Text to write on the shape.

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AutoShapes Cont
  • 5. Type your text inside and format as you like.
    (Bold, Italics, Center etc)
  • Fill the shape with color using the Fill Color
    button on the toolbar. (paintcan)
  • Add a shadow by clicking on Shadow Style and
    choosing the style you like.
  • For more options select Shadow Settings from
    that menu.

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WordArt
SUNSET
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Word Art
  • From the Drawing Toolbar choose the Word Art
    button (sideways, blue A)
  • Choose a style from the gallery.
  • Type the word Sunset using a 96pt.
  • Click Okay
  • Click on the word Sunset in the document
  • The Word Art editing toolbar will pop up

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WordArt
  • Select Format WordArt (brush and can)
  • Click the down arrow on color?fill
    effects?picture?select picture
  • From the Sample Pictures Folder choose
    sunset?insert?OK?OK.
  • TADA!!! A Beautiful Sunset.
  • Now type the word flowers and select the picture
    of flowers instead.

36
Creating a Comic Strip
The Best Conversation I Had All Day..
You Have Mail!
Good Morning!
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Creating a Comic Strip
  • Change Page Setup to landscape.
  • Insert one text box from the draw toolbar. Right
    click on the text box and choose format text box
    from the menu bar. Change the line style and
    color.
  • Copy and paste the desired number of boxes for
    the comic strip.
  • Insert Clipart for each pane. From the picture
    toolbar, choose in front of text.
  • Add speech balloons from Toolbar?Autoshapes?Callou
    ts
  • Add your text!

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How To Make A Rebus Story
  • Start a new word document.
  • Begin writing a story.
  • Click where you want to add a picture.
  • From the Insert Menu on the toolbar, choose
    Insert?Picture?Clipart.
  • Type the name of the picture you are looking for.
  • Double click on that picture to enter it.
  • Resize the image to fit the text. (click on
    picture and drag from a corner box)

39
Can you read this?
  • Once upon a time there was a little
    who
  • who went to to become a
    .
  • She became the best teacher
  • because she signed up for technology classes
  • during the .

40
Microsoft PowerPoint
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PowerPoint
  • PowerPoint is a multimedia presentation program.
  • PowerPoint has been used in the business world
    for years and is now making its way into the
    classroom.
  • PowerPoint is the perfect tool to create visually
    stimulating lessons that everyone can enjoy.

42
Presentations
  • PowerPoint is great for visual, auditory, and
    hands-on learners.
  • Can be multimedia or you can print out to make a
    hard copy
  • Great tool for student interaction and
    involvement in lessons

43
Shapes All Around Us
  • By Darla LeJeune

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Choose A Shape
End
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Triangle
A three sided figure with all sides equal.
46
Star
A closed shape that has 5 points
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The End
48
Games
Who says learning can't be fun?
  • With PowerPoint Games students can take part in
    fun, motivating, and exciting games that make
    learning seem like playing.

49
PowerPoint Games
  • Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
  • Jeopardy
  • Hollywood Squares
  • HomeMade Games

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http//it.coe.uga.edu/wwild
Give it a try!
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Interactive PowerPoint Games
  • Templates for Jeopardy, Millionaire, Hollywood
    Squares and The Weakest Link can be found at
    http//www.teachnet.com/lesson/misc/winnergame0225
    00.html
  • Other games can be found by conducting a Google
    search for Interactive PowerPoint Games.

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Websites
  • Activities
  • http//www.microsoft.com/education/ClassTipsArchiv
    e.aspxWord
  • Lesson Plans
  • http//www.microsoft.com/Education/LessonPlans.asp
    x
  • Templates for Education
  • http//office.microsoft.com/templates/category.asp
    x?CategoryIDCT061993301033CTT4OriginES7900003
    01033
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