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Inventions of World War I & World War II - Research and Presentation in Canva

Inventions of World War I & World War II - Research and Presentation in Canva

This unit connects learning with technology to Social Studies. This is perfect for technology class or for use in a Social Studies or History classroom that wants to incorporate technology with a lesson. No download is required to use Canva (www.canva.com ) - a free product), making it easy for teachers who are not able to download software on classroom computers to still give their students a choice in learning. In this lesson, students are provided with a quick tutorial, as well as links to other resources to help them with their project. The tutorial is intended to help students get started with the program and then use the resources within the program to refine their creations. Students create a presentation about some of the things that were invented because of World War I or World War II after researching them. They use that information along with graphics, pictures and background (supplied in Canva) to create a finished presentation that explains the history of the inventions and adds their own opinions and insights to it. This is an excellent creative project to add to a unit on World War I or World War II. The project was created for grades 7-8 but could easily be used with upper elementary or high school students. Files Included with this Lesson • Teacher & Student Notes and Resources • Student Project Expectations and Grading Rubric • Getting Started Tutorial for Canva

By innovationsintechnology

Outstanding Drawing in PowerPoint Resource

Outstanding Drawing in PowerPoint Resource

FULL LESSON: Includes Starter, Video Tutorials, Lesson Presentation, Print Screen Instructions and Printable Plenary. Not to mention differentiation with the Scaffolding presentation. Fantastic resource for a new Year 7 or Year 8 class to test their skills in problem solving and using drawing tools in PowerPoint. Students will use a range of tools such as the Intersect option when you merge group shapes and editing points on shapes to change basic shapes to match their need. Not to mention building on Audience and Purpose skills! The plenary can be either self or peer assessment but the printable worksheet is available for you to print. I used this lesson with a Year 7 class and was graded as Outstanding. So I know this lesson can get you outstanding. The weaker students use the Scaffolding presentation as it has some of the basic shapes and outlines to help them on their way.

By whcsrmiddleditch

Worksheet – Revision on Input Devices and Their Uses

Worksheet – Revision on Input Devices and Their Uses

This worksheet is a special one in that it requires the entire class participation. There are FOUR activities in all. Students respond to the projected task either orally or written down. It is a revision for 2.1 of the IGCSE syllabus. This worksheet is designed according to the Topic 2: Input devices and their uses presentation designed by me. You may access that as well. It is accompanied by a mark scheme.

By ohiolei_sunlaw

Computer Networks

Computer Networks

Highly visual and very clear presentation introducing the concept of computer networks. Includes analogies that get children to think of road networks with traffic on them. Explains the differences between network topologies, as well as the concepts of LANs and WANs.

By jsarnold

JavaScript fantasy name generator

JavaScript fantasy name generator

Series of linked html files that allow students to either experience simple JavaScript functionality, or disassemble it or edit it for practice. Alternatively it could be used by the teacher as a demonstration, or broken down for students to rebuild.

By jsarnold

Data validation & conditional formatting lesson

Data validation & conditional formatting lesson

This lesson teaches students to create what looks like an Amazon product page in Microsoft Excel, helping them to learn how to use data validation rules and conditional formatting rules. A teacher demonstration file is included, as well as two worksheets, and two student activity files.

By jsarnold

Bitmap Encoding Lesson

Bitmap Encoding Lesson

Humorous PowerPoint presentation (25 slides) that teaches all about bitmap encoding using cat memes, colour and clear examples. Also included is a full worksheet that follows on from the lesson, and a very thorough answer sheet/guide. These resources should last between 1-2 lessons at least.

By jsarnold

Interactive PowerPoint Exam (Produces Graded Certificate)

Interactive PowerPoint Exam (Produces Graded Certificate)

Originally developed to support the ECDL course, this is a 50 question on-screen interactive exam on using PowerPoint. Once launched the app will ask for the student's name, and then present them with fifty questions. Students respond by clicking on the correct part of the application. Once the exam has finished students are given an accurate percentage result, and a printable certificate that includes the name of the exam, their name, the date, and their final score.

By jsarnold

3 x Differentiated Workbooks on Little Man Computer

3 x Differentiated Workbooks on Little Man Computer

These three differentiated workbooks are for students to work through over a series of lessons. They introduce the basics of algorithms, assembly language, programming, how a CPU works and Little Man Computer. Each booklet includes step by step guides, exercises, challenges, opportunities to show progress and easy teacher marking.

By jsarnold

JavaScript Town Name Generator

JavaScript Town Name Generator

Simple website demonstrating how JavaScript can be used to generate random town names. This resource can either be given to students to disassemble and edit, or for the teacher to learn how JavaScript can be used in class to create a simple resource that students will enjoy.

By jsarnold

Number Grid (Conditional Formatting in Excel)

Number Grid (Conditional Formatting in Excel)

Can be used either as a demonstration of an interactive number grid that show how number patterns can be represented by colours, or as a demonstration of how conditional formatting rules can be applied to a grid of cells. Change the two numbers on the left to see the grid update immediately, creating waves of colour.

By jsarnold