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  • Scoleman257
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    • August 10, 2019, 02:22:01 pm
    • Cheonan, South Korea
Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #60 on: April 06, 2020, 08:11:16 am »
So I've built a master PPT full of slide templates as well as two example PPTs that are built for importing into a Learning Management System. They should function properly for both Google Classrooms and Zoom. I don't have access to either, so I can't test that theory though. Either way, they are built to function like interactive computer-based learning programs. Fully functional questions with feedback based on what the students choose, taking students back to the content when they get a question wrong, and the like. The intro PPT introduces the students to the vocabulary and requests they write it down before CCQs. You can also import audio files to play/read the words as well when clicked, but I haven't been able to find a microphone that records well enough on any of my headphones for me to be happy incorporating them.

To see how it functions, I recommend downloading the intro and example lessons and starting the slideshow on your phone or tablet to see how the buttons work. Note, that if you get an answer wrong on the video's you will have to go back and wait a minimum one min/or for video to end to be able to return to the questions...cause I'm evil.

I used to build these and other similar computer based training in my previous job before coming here, albeit much more boring, and for adults. So, making them for students was a bit more refreshing. haha

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ac2WGl3LQip9JqGjV9g5Y8E51NYn13H6

Edit to say: If you use the master template to build your own, read the forewards throughout! They are there to help you and keep the links/remediation from breaking.

If I create a link to this on a google slide will it function the same way as it does in Power Point? I wouldn't necessarily wont my students to view editable slides.


  • Stefaneekaye
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    • August 31, 2018, 11:14:30 am
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Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #61 on: April 06, 2020, 08:18:51 am »
yooooooooooo this is so dope! thanks!

If my school continues giving me no direction on what they want/what I'll be doing, I'll prob continue editing and adding more haha

If I create a link to this on a google slide will it function the same way as it does in Power Point? I wouldn't necessarily wont my students to view editable slides.

Most of the learning management systems like google classroom and zoom have (or at least used to have) an option to upload PPTs where students can only view the slideshow, in which case they'd be transitioning using the buttons, and not able to edit. You can make custom end slides where they've finished it, meaning they had to answer correct all the way through to get to that slide. If the system doesn't auto-recognize that the ppt has been viewed completely (some systems have that ability), then they can screenshot their completion slide and send to you so you know they went through it all.

Alternatively, add a writing activity or question at the end that they have to respond to so you know they got to that slide, like "What color is Spongebob?" or something silly just so you know they completed it.

I'm not sure how it would act specifically when linked from a google slide though. Experiment and let us know!


  • hangook77
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    • September 14, 2017, 09:10:12 am
    • Near Busan
Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #62 on: April 06, 2020, 08:21:23 am »
I am back from work at home leave.  Just found out about it on Friday.  These classes will be so boring.  The games and activities I usually do can't really be done online.  You need the group dynamic of live kids to make that part work.  All you can do is word cards, the text book and maybe some intro or review ppts.  Might be able to do more pages of the textbook to catch up.  Maybe 3 pages instead of 2 or something.  Maybe a pop song or work sheet thrown in towards the end.  That's all I can think of.  I'm not an audio visual person. 

Here's to hoping Corona Communist virus dies soon and we can get back to normal classes instead. 


Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #63 on: April 06, 2020, 08:37:14 am »
Any of your schools use e학습터? I'm not sure if it's similar to EBS.


  • Scoleman257
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    • August 10, 2019, 02:22:01 pm
    • Cheonan, South Korea
Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #64 on: April 06, 2020, 08:44:01 am »
If my school continues giving me no direction on what they want/what I'll be doing, I'll prob continue editing and adding more haha

Most of the learning management systems like google classroom and zoom have (or at least used to have) an option to upload PPTs where students can only view the slideshow, in which case they'd be transitioning using the buttons, and not able to edit. You can make custom end slides where they've finished it, meaning they had to answer correct all the way through to get to that slide. If the system doesn't auto-recognize that the ppt has been viewed completely (some systems have that ability), then they can screenshot their completion slide and send to you so you know they went through it all.

Alternatively, add a writing activity or question at the end that they have to respond to so you know they got to that slide, like "What color is Spongebob?" or something silly just so you know they completed it.

I'm not sure how it would act specifically when linked from a google slide though. Experiment and let us know!

Tried linking it from a google classroom and it gave an option for google slides. However I could still view all the slides at one time. Maybe I'm not uploading it right. I'm still learning how to use Google Classroom.


  • Stefaneekaye
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Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #65 on: April 06, 2020, 08:53:07 am »
Tried linking it from a google classroom and it gave an option for google slides. However I could still view all the slides at one time. Maybe I'm not uploading it right. I'm still learning how to use Google Classroom.

Hmm try using the function of publishing the file described here: https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/thread/11104308?hl=en


  • Lazio
  • Super Waygook

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    • January 27, 2018, 03:56:10 pm
    • Gyeongi-do
Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #66 on: April 06, 2020, 09:03:32 am »
You have a very optimistic view of the efficiency of the government. I doubt they'll have it done by the 16th to all the households that need it.

Most schools were already giving out tablets, even before this whole online teaching was announced.


  • duskwish
  • Newgookin

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    • March 17, 2018, 06:12:42 am
    • South Korea
Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #67 on: April 06, 2020, 09:07:43 am »
Tried linking it from a google classroom and it gave an option for google slides. However I could still view all the slides at one time. Maybe I'm not uploading it right. I'm still learning how to use Google Classroom.
Hmm try using the function of publishing the file described here: https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/thread/11104308?hl=en

I uploaded it to my test classroom this way and it went straight to presenting, but because of the limited functionality of Google Slides compared to PowerPoint it would have to be heavily modified to work well.

If you send it as a PPT file you can force presentation mode by saving it as a PowerPoint Show (.ppsx). Uploading it on Google Classroom to be downloaded later does show a preview of the whole PPT, so if I were to do this way I'd get rid of the text animations and put disappearing boxes over the text instead.


  • Stefaneekaye
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Re: Strategies for Teaching Online
« Reply #68 on: April 06, 2020, 09:15:25 am »

I uploaded it to my test classroom this way and it went straight to presenting, but because of the limited functionality of Google Slides compared to PowerPoint it would have to be heavily modified to work well.

If you send it as a PPT file you can force presentation mode by saving it as a PowerPoint Show (.ppsx). Uploading it on Google Classroom to be downloaded later does show a preview of the whole PPT, so if I were to do this way I'd get rid of the text animations and put disappearing boxes over the text instead.

Thanks for the assist :D