Presenting with Prezi

  First step to making your Prezi

  • Choose a design for your Prezi.

  • Designs are readily available with lots to choose from.

  • This makes the design part simple. You choose a layout and then fill in your information where you want it.

  • You can add extra text / image boxes to each section.

  • What next?

    • At the beginning, your Prezi will look like one slide.  Like a single slide in a powerpoint presentation. This is your big picture.

    • To the left you will see a continuous roll of what resemble slides, like in powerpoint.

    • In this example, each of the slides to the left, represent each of the circles you see on the big picture.

    • These slides to the left also represent the order your show will follow. As you play the show, each of these areas in your big picture will be zoomed in on.

    • Adding Images to your Prezi

      • Choose which area (in this case which circle) you want your image to be in.

      • Once you have chosen the area, simply click the icon at the top of the page that says ‘insert’.

      • Presentation

        • Final steps are just playing around with your Prezi, adding color, changing sizes, font sizes etc.

        • Click on the ‘present’ at the top to see your Prezi in action.

        • Screen one will be the big picture.

Term 2 Week 6

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6P Theme Song – Monster Mash

 Which is your favourite and why? 

a)​

b)

c)

Class Dojo    SpellCity    
Parliament AIS Australia – facts&figures  Kids Government Federal Parliament History Timeline
    Maths Dictionary  Maths is Fun  Mathletics    

Parliamentary Education Office Multimedia – History

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 Quote of the week –

Showbie Class Code: WW3KB

 

Complete the activity on Showbie

                                                                                   Flipping the Class – Johnson Style from Jan Johnson

Top Bloggers

TOP BLOGGERS

Family Quiz of the Week #2 :

 Ben . H 6LB, Georgia 3/4T,  Allyse 5B,  Kara 3K

Literacy Challenge : Emma. D 5A

“SNIFF”The smell of ice-cream hit my nose. I heard a loud “DING.” A glimpse of joy approached me. The ice-cream truck had arrived. All the flavours, toppings and ice-creams. YUM. I’m guessing it’s so hard to choose as the line is not moving. Finally, I get there. The man says he had run out of ice-cream and to come back tomorrow. SERIOUSLY!

Blogger of the Week :

Allyse 5B, Cooper.M 3K

Yr level Blogger Champions :

Yr 3 & 4

Family Quiz 3

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1) What is the common factor of both 24 and 27?

2) Are mammals warm-blooded?

3) Is ‘gendarme’ a French shop keeper, doctor or police officer?

4) Nelson …? was released from jail in South Africa in 1990.

5) Spell ‘exercise’ correctly

6) Is half of 242 an even number?

7) In which recreation do competitors often ‘tag & release’?

8) What is the area of a rectangle nine metres long and eight metres wide?

9)The first compact disc (CD) was invented by Sony-Philips. True or False?

10) In which country will you find a blackbutt tree?

Extra for Experts

11)Complete the song title – Shake, Rattle and ?

13) Is a collection of fish called a school, a host or a fleet?

14) A state of everlasting peace called by nirvana is a belief of

a) Buddhists   b) Hindus    c) Muslims

15) In which arts form are you likely to see a ‘diva?’

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The earliest version of Cinderella story was found in a Chinese book written about 850 AD.  The version we know was introduced in Europe in 1697.

Internet Challenge:

a) Read about the origins of some other fairytales.

b)Find out how many movies have been made based on the Cinderella story.

c) Find an early text and a modern text of Cinderella and compare them

Family Quiz 2

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1) How many days are there in 12 weeks?

2) Which insects spreads malaria?

3) What is a ‘eucalyptus gum?’

4) The Berlin Wall was torn down in which century?

19th, 20th or 21st

5) Is the apostrophe in this sentence in the correct place?

The men’s uniform.

6) What is the main artery in our body?

7) Gaelic football is played in which country?

8) How many years are there between 2004 and 1968?

9) ‘Audiovisual’ is made up of two words meaning s….. and s……

10) A decorated Norway spruce signifies what time of the year?

Extra for Experts

11) Catherine the Great was a German princess who ended up ruling R ….

12) Arabic is written from right to left.

True or False

13) Which is third in alphabetical order –

weight, wait, way, weighed

14) Are the bagpipes usually associated with

Australia, Scotland or England?

15) What are the three primary colours?

General Knowledge Quiz 1

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1) What is triple 23?    2) Is the scorpion an insect, an arachnid or neither of these?

3) Which word comes from combining the first two letters of the greek alphabet?

4) In 1773, a group of locals dumped a cargo of tea from British ships that were anchored in which US harbour?

5) Which is not a verb?

a) catch    b) manage    c) active

6) Which sea does not exist?

a) Black   b) Yellow   c) Blue   d) Red

7) In which game is Pele’  regarded as possibly the greatest player ever?

8) How many edges does a cube have?

9) Orville and Wilbur Wright invented the first powered .. ?

10) Does a deciduous tree drop its leaves?

Term 3 Week 7

Homework Term 3 Task 10 :  Week 7-9 now available

Speeches – Wednesday 27th  & Thursday  28th August

 

    S.Dusty Biography        Lyrics  History of “TMC’
   Australian Museum     Museum Vault       Artefacts
        Mathletics     StudyLadder      SpellCity
  Shakespeare BTS        Sonnets  Analysis of Sonnet

Ballads: Writing TipsAnalysis of a Ballad

Sonnets: Writing Tips

Vocabulary: Definition/Synonyms and Antonyms/Grammatical Category

1) bustle    2) drone   3) punter  4) yarding   5) shedding

Extension:

a) sonnet   b) quatrain   c) couplet  

Quote of the Week

Write your own quote

Write your own quote

Term 3 Week 3

Scratch – Imagine, Program, Share

Scratch for Beginners

 Vocabulary – define, origin, extension task =  use word in a sentence

1) script  2) ecstatic  3) chaos  4) conceit

Extension: a) laciniate  b) facsimile  c) aglet   d) balmy

Scratch QR Creator  Indigenous Artefacts
SpellCity Assignment    
E-Word Unit 1  StudyLadder
 Integers  Petrol Prices
 Paint a Pyramid
 Indonesia  Commonwealth Games  Australian Athletes

Create a biography about your favourite athlete completing in the 2014 Commonwealth Games

– App book creator

Edison

Who wrote this quote?  Why is this person well known?

Who is this quote relevant to?  Why?  How would you motivate someone to keep trying?

Homework Due: Wednesday 30th July

New Homework Tasks available

qr homework

Term 3 Week One

Integers Ordering Negative Numbers Adding Negative Numbers Fraction Fiddle
Comic Books  Dust Echoes  ‘The be’ – Indigenous Story  SpellCity Assignment
 StudyJam – Integers  Grammar Monster

 

KWL – Aboriginal Culture – complete on  1 page and print

Your homework is available now Term 3 Week 8

(Week 10) Εβδομάδα 10

Greece   Ελλάδα 

This week your vocabulary is in Greek. 

 Your job is to translate it into English, Define it, Answer the question if appropriate.

Vocabulary: 1.  Pos se le’ne?  2.  Ti o’ra I’ne   3.  Ti ka’nete?   4a.  Defte’ra    4b. Tri’ti  4c. Teta’rti 4d. Pe’mpti  4e.  Paraskebi’ 

 

            BBC – History               A Day in the Life ….             National Geographic
     Ancient Olympic Games               Geography                       Daily Life
             Greek Quiz         Theseus & the Minotaur      Greek-English Translator

Classbadges –  Class Badges – student register   : Code: S13VM

Class Badges Registration

Week 9

Vocabulary Challenge with dictionary.com: origin, definition, grammar.

1. zedonk  2. gallinipper   3. transfigure   4. scofflaw

 

News Articles                    Comics             Efficient Language                        Reading
Tangram
     Tessellation                 Time        Multiplication
Greece   Sumo Wrestling              School Canteen              Silent Film

 Can one person make a difference?

Palm Oil Facts   Rocky & Rickina    Say NO!   WWF – Global

1) How can one person make a difference?    2) What would you do to make a difference?   3) State five facts about this report.

How does this report make you feel?   

Task: Create a post on your blog which includes – Tellagami, Factual Content, Links

Topic: Deforestation & Wildlife

       Objective: care enough to make a difference

Ancient Greece Day 25th June  – dress up in costume, all lessons will be in Greek

 

Week 3

Blog Challenge – Explain how to achieve quality work in Narrative Writing Printing Press

 Abandoned House Finish the story Comic Strip
 Number patterns  Measurement  SpellCity
 Climatic Phenomena  Cosmo’s Casebook  Parent Interviews

New way to present assignments for some of you – Prezi– be sure to sign up with your (eq.edu.au) webmail.  Tutors available: Christian, Kelsey & Joanna

Non-Naplan student homework: Create a Prezi about learning in our multiage environment

How do we learn?, What do we learn?  Computer Technology, WALT,WILF, Blogs, Group work, Discussions etc  Due: 15th May

Term 2 Learning Goal WIKI – scroll down to the wiki click Term 2 Goals = Discussion.