Creating a power point/How to teach a procedure 37-57

Purpose of a Powerpoint 

presentation is to reinforce what you are teaching.
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EDU 451Year 3

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Purpose of a Powerpoint 

presentation is to reinforce what you are teaching.

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Presentation should be

  • simple
    • support what uou want students to learn

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Reduce the clutter
1. Get to the point-immediately
2. Highlight, by some means, what is     important.
3.Keep it simple

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Characteristics of a Good Slide
1.Words are kept to a minimum.
2.Pictures used (can of pencils)
3.Combination of text and images are visual  enhancement of your verbal message.

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Characteristic #1
  • Avoid using too many words, long sentences(do not turn back to audience)
  • if you are reading to them give them the paper (no slide)
  • Single phrase or one word

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Characteristic #2
USE pictures.. classroom and internet
recognize pictures from the classroom and relate

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Characteristic #3
30 points or more for text
contains fewer than 3 or 4 phrases
Don't use too many bullets

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Death by PowerPoint
Complex diagrams
dense spreadsheets
too many distracting animations
longlists of bullets
word-heavy slides
Reading every sentence

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  • Reveal all the bullets at the same time
  • Reveal the bullets one at a time

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Advancing Your Slideshow
  • wireless presenter
  • allows you to change slides from anywhere
  • connection with audience

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Concept Into Practice
  • Less words
  • Visual and bullets
  • Less is always better

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Let's Practice page 43

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QR Code #9

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Organize Your Slides
1. Identify your self and welcome students with positive expectations
2. Provide information about the class
3. Explain the procedure
4.One slide per procedure
5.End with a positive expectations slide

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3 steps to a safe, orderly, and productive classroom

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3 Steps to Teaching Procedures

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Explain and model the procedure for the class

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Students practice the procedure, observe them in action.

Learning a procedure is similar to learning a skill, and some students need a great deal of practice to be able to use a skill accurately and automatically.

If students don't get it.. Teach it again.

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Reteach, rehearse, practice, and reinforce the procedure until it becomes a habit-- a routine.
Be specific when affirming the action or deed, rather than by dispensing a generic word of affirmation.

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The Facets of Practice
Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.
Sloppy Practice Makes Slop.
And, No Practice Makes Nothing.

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If Students Don't Follow Procedures
There are two choices:
  1. Change the steps in the procedure and reteach.
  2. Change the procedure to a rule.
  • consequence
  • page 50
  • Be calm and patient
  • Remind the student that a procedure is not a rule. (no consequence or punishment if not followed)

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QR Code #11
Use when teaching procedures
Pg. 51

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Be specific..
Praise with what they did.
End with a smile
make eye contact
wait for confirmation

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Greeting Students

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Research: Greeting Students
Increase in student engagement from 45 to 72 percent.
Student got on task quicker

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Social Media:
no physical element
make daily connections

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QR Code #12
1. Am I in the right room?
2. Where am I supposed to sit?
3. What are the rules in the class?
4. What will I be doing?
5. How will I be graded?
6. Who is the teacher as a person?
7. Will my teacher treat me fairly?

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Connect everyday in the context and confines of the classroom
one meaningful interaction

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