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Active Learning: Computers and me

Computers and Me

Create a slide show presentation in Microsoft Power Point, Open Office Impress, or Google Slides to tell how computers are used in your daily life.

Your slide show presentation can include video, a song (rap about computers?), sound, drawings and animation, but it must be done in presentation software such as Power Point or Impress. Use your imagination and have fun.

Checklist

  • Starts with an introduction giving your name and title of project: 1 points
  • Shows knowledge of the subject: 2 points
  • Shows knowledge of the presentation software: 2 points
  • Includes a variety of multimedia, animation, images, tables, charts, sound: 2 points
  • Sufficient length or complexity to show real effort: 3 points

Grading Rubric

  Novice Competent Proficient
Introduction

Name and title are not given.
0 points

Name and or title is missing or is not on separate slide.
0 points

Starts with an introduction slide giving your name and title of project.
1 point

Subject

Limited explanation of how computers are used in career.
0 points

Gives 2 to 4 examples of how computers are used in career and life.
1 point

Shows knowledge of subject. Gives several examples of how computers are used in career and life.
2 points

Presentation

Shows very few features of the presentation software.
0 points

Uses a limited number of features.
1 point

Shows knowledge of presentation software by using several features.
2 points

Multimedia

Has 0 or 1 multimedia.
0 points

Includes some multimedia.
1 point

Includes a variety of multimedia, animation, images, tables, charts, sound.
2 points

Effort

Presentation is only 1 or 2 slides and/or does not cover topic.
0 points

Slide show is brief (3-5 slides) and does not show effort.
1 point

Sufficient length (at least 6 slides) and complexity to show real effort.
3 points

Active Learning Index

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