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Project-Based Learning Students “construct” their knowledge Problem/challenge to be solved Multiple solutions Product is produced & assessed Common Characteristics : Common Characteristics Real-world problem to solve Choice on topic/solution/project Develop their own project Solve problems throughout project Project presentation Why PowerPoint? : Why PowerPoint? Students know how to use it Graphics/text: easy to manipulate Common program: school/home Quick & Easy Examples : Quick & Easy Examples Acrostic Quick & Easy Examples : Quick & Easy Examples Acrostic ABC Biography ABC Biography of : ABC Biography of Benjamin Franklin Slide 9: ABCD Although Ben Franklin was born in Boston, the city of Philadelphia was known as his home. Benjamin’s father wanted him to go into the clergy. Clergymen require years of school and Ben’s father could only afford to send him for one year. During his youth, Ben worked as an apprentice in his brother’s printing and newspaper businesses. Slide 10: EFGH Even though Ben had kept the newspaper going while his brother was in prison, his brother harassed and beat him when he was released. For his own safety, Ben ran away to Philadelphia. Getting started in his own business was difficult, but Ben managed to open his own print shop. He married his childhood sweetheart and together they ran the print shop, a general store, and a book store. Slide 11: IJKL In 1729, Benjamin bought a newspaper, The Pennslyvania Gazette. He contributed articles under aliases and created the first political cartoon. Just a few years later, in 1733, Ben began to write and publish Poor Richard’s Almanac. Keeping to his strong civic convictions, Ben launched projects to pave, clean, and light Philadelphia’s streets. Later, he started the first fire department in the city, and founded an insurance company for those who lost homes in fires. Slide 12: MNOP Making a decision to retire from business in 1749, Ben started concentrating on science, experiments, and inventions. Never one to give up, Ben invented swim fins, bifocals, the Franklin stove, and other things. Observations, such as his kite experiment, led to the discovery of electricity. Politics became an active interest for Franklin and he spent the next 18 years in England as a colonial representative. Slide 13: QRST Quitting his London position, Franklin returned to America where he worked on the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence. Right after his wife died, Franklin moved to France where he served as an ambassador. Speaking a little French, Franklin became with the ladies and was a notorious flirt. The Treaty of France was signed by Franklin in 1783, after the Americans had won the Revolution. Slide 14: UVWX Until his late seventies, Franklin stayed in France. Finally he returned to America. Voters elected Franklin to the Executive council of Pennsylvania. While serving as a delegate, Franklin signed the Constitution. eXactly why he died is not known, but Franklin passed away in 1790 at the age of 84. Slide 15: YZ Years of public service had made Franklin very popular. Over 20,000 people attended his funeral. Zealous supporters say that Franklin’s “electric” personality still lights the world. Information and images in this presentation are from: http://www.ushistory.org/franklin/ Quick & Easy Examples : Quick & Easy Examples Acrostic ABC Biography Post Card Quick & Easy Examples : Quick & Easy Examples Acrostic ABC Biography Post Card Book Report Whatever Happened to Janie? : Whatever Happened to Janie? Written By: Caroline B. Cooney Presented by: Jessica 7th Grade Derby Middle School Setting : Setting Half of this story takes place in New Jersey. It is about the month of May, during the present day times. The other half of this book takes place in Connecticut during the present day. Both places are in a small town. Janie Johnson/Jennie Spring : Janie Johnson/Jennie Spring Red, curly hair, and freckles 15 years old Middle child Lactose intolerant Very unsure, confused, and scared Not a very good sister Caught in a nightmare and a bad situation Milk Jodie Spring : Jodie Spring Red, curly hair 16 years old Jennie’s sister Very curious and wants to know more about her biological sister Wants Jennie to be a better sister Stephen Spring : Stephen Spring Red hair 17 years old Jennie’s brother Very close to Jodie Does not like Jennie Somewhat selfish Mr. and Mrs. Spring : Mr. and Mrs. Spring Red hair Very worried and over-protective of kids Very religious-Catholic Envious of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Main Conflict : Main Conflict Janie Johnson or Jennie Spring, who is she? That is the main conflict in this story. Janie Johnson does not know who she is or who she belongs to. Either her birth family whom she does not know, or the family of the kidnappers in which she was raised for twelve years in. Janie wants to get Hannah back for what she has done, which she has torn Janie’s life apart. What I Learned and My Thoughts : What I Learned and My Thoughts I learned that people don’t need to be so selfish and need to realize that when one makes a mistake, they need to realize that they hurt other people too. The story was filled with suspense and made me want to read more and find out “Whatever Happened to Janie?” Quick & Easy Examples : Quick & Easy Examples Acrostic ABC Biography Post Card Polygons Slide 29: Use WordArt to create a label for your shape. Characteristics List at least three characteristics or attributes for your shape. Examples List at least five examples of polygons you see in your everyday life. Non-Examples List at least five examples of objects you see in your every day life that are NOT polygons. Slide 30: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 31: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 32: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 33: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 34: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 35: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 36: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 37: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Slide 38: Characteristics Non-examples From own life Examples From own life Quick & Easy Examples : Quick & Easy Examples Acrostic ABC Biography Post Card Polygons Label & identify “Beyond Copy & Paste” ~Tammy Worcester Slide 40: stem More In-depth Projects : More In-depth Projects Jigsaw Project Extensive topic Groups research sub-topics Present individual topics Combine for class study guide More In-depth Projects : More In-depth Projects Real-world Scenarios Problem presented Research the problem Brainstorm possible solutions Present a proposed solution More In-depth Projects : More In-depth Projects Learning Centers Webquest style Guides students through content Teachers facilitates learning Inquiry-based learning More In-depth Projects : More In-depth Projects Digital Storytelling Research topic Write the report (script) Collect & insert images Use “Photo Album” feature Record narration More In-depth Projects : More In-depth Projects Student Portfolios Collection of students’ work Showcase projects Examples of learning/achievement Planning guide (PDF) Other PPT Ideas : Other PPT Ideas Review Games Game show templates (site) Other PPT Ideas : Other PPT Ideas Review Games Game show templates (site) Self-exam/study guide Other PPT Ideas : Other PPT Ideas Review Games Game show templates (site) Self-exam/study guide Undercover Other PPT Ideas : Other PPT Ideas The 10,000 Word PPT (approx.) “A picture is worth a thousand words” Present a topic Only 10 slides One full-screen picture on each slide Other PPT Ideas : Other PPT Ideas Pecha-Kucha (peh-chak-cha) 20 slides X 20 seconds each (6:40) “Get to the PowerPoint & Sit Down” Wired Magazine ~Daniel Pink “Work” shop : “Work” shop Explore project examples Develop project idea Create student project sample Slide 53: Shawn Brandt Technology Integration Specialist New Prague Area Schools email@example.com http://www.np.k12.mn.us/TechIntegration PBL with PPT You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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