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This is a Stand Alone Instructional Resource on the topic of waves for 7th grade science. This resource is intended to be used as a presentation however this is the powerpoint version so you can see the resource as a whole easier. To put it into presentation mode click on the presentation button. You then use the buttons on the...
This is a Stand Alone Instructional Resource on the topic of waves for 7th grade science. This resource is intended to be used as a presentation however this is the powerpoint version so you can see the resource as a whole easier. To put it into presentation mode click on the presentation button. You then use the buttons on the slide to navigate through the presentation.
Great StAIR design! I appreciate the consistency of the theme design and button placement. I thought that the incorrect slide with the ‘try again’ button was creative because you had to click the button to actually go back to the previous slide and try again.
The video links worked well. From a technology perspective, I suggest you embed the videos into the PowerPoint program so that the StAIR user does not need to depend on internet speed and connection. It would also be much easier to navigate because you would not have to go back to the Power Point presentation. It would all be located in one place.
I was intrigued by the question marks that turned into images and demonstrated the corresponding sounds. I think that was an engaging and meaningful touch to your creation.
The song at the end was a nice touch. My sixth graders think these songs are so cheesy but always get a good laugh. As silly as they are, the content and tune always end up sticking in their minds.