Save the Monarch!
The Regions of Georgia!
Now that you've had the chance to tinker with Adobe Express. Let's take a look at a competitor's website to help you make a plan for your Biscuits and More website project. They have goods to sell. Let's help them showcase them!
Use my example and the BAM information sheet below to help you construct a plan and develop it in Adobe Spark Page.
In this next lesson, we will still be sharing information BUT with a more authentic, real world purpose. Using Adobe Express, you will be building a website to market a local eating establishment that doesn't have one. This week it's all about tinkering to get to know the app better. Have fun!
In this last lesson on PowerPoint, you will learn ways to change the font efficiently as well as learn how to practice your presentation, add subtitles, and provide resources for those you share with that do not speak English.
I hope you had a chance to get started with PowerPoint. If you didn't, please check out #TrittatHome2. Today, we're going to learn about adding interest to your presentation with animation and transitions! If you have a presentation to share with me, click share in the top right-hand corner of PowerPoint and type my name. :-)
Coding, Coding, Coding!
For quarter four, second grade, we will be looking at ways to share our learning with digital documents. We've done some work this year in Word and Sway. Let's revisit PowerPoint. In first grade we used PowerPoint to create our global address books. Remember those? Before we begin, though, you will need to sign-in to your Office365 account. Click on the button below to go to the sign-in screen.