Script out your PowerPoint lesson plans from the day one back to school yet? Kids are going back to school, and as a teacher, you face the hot potato of ice-break, confidence-rebuild task, always beginning with a cheerful lesson plan. And most of you teaching peers tool the first back-to-school lesson plan with the smart MS PowerPoint. Sometimes, these back-to-school lesson plans are transformed from PowerPoint to video or DVD video that is cooler and that can span from across the Internet to a home TV. Can’t believe it? That’s absolutely true, and quite simple if you take a screen-capture program like Camtasia or a PowerPoint to DVD and video converter like Moyea PPT to DVD Burner.
Nevertheless, you should brick up your back-to-school lesson plan first – to define what you want to teach, to develop clear and specific objectives, to write an Anticipatory Set and step-by-step procedures to reach the objectives, to include a closure for the lesson plan, and to figure out your assessment/evaluation. Only then, can it be the best time to beautify it with PowerPoint and finalize it in sleek video or DVD. If you have no idea of how to begin, these sites with back to school lesson plans may give you a glimmer:
NCSL offers a systemic back-to-school program with lesson plans ranging from high school, middle school and elementary school. You can download a proper one for classroom use.
The Lesson Plans Page hosts a colorful collection of back to school lesson plans for kids. Discover one that comes to your taste, and also submit your fabulous lesson plan to the learning community.
A to Z Teacher Stuff provides you an abundant directory of lesson plans and teaching resources, containing from back-to-school themes and thematic units, literature & book activities, to math, science, learning centers, social studies, computers, reading, writing, P.E./health, cooperative learning.
Scholastic sets back-to-school lesson plans that you can grasp at a glance by well-organized categories, either from pre-school to grade 12, or from math to science.
Teaching with Historic Places lets you celebrate the first days of new school year with lesson plans that consider important aspects of the history of education and educational facilities. Created by National Park Service interpreters, preservation professionals, and educators, the lessons are free and ready for immediate classroom use by students in history and social studies classes.
To deliver the back to school lesson plan via a sheer paper or an audiovisual presentation, it depends on your existing classroom facilities. Personally, I prefer the audiovisual teaching method – whether in original PowerPoint or processed DVD or video. If a picture is worth a thousand of words, an animated video, especially a movie-feel DVD must be worth ten thousands. Give a try to such a dynamic practice of lesson plan to gear your resistant kids back to school. Here I would like to add a word on how to turning your lesson plan presentation to video or DVD with Moyea PPT to DVD Burner.
It is a 3-click task.
2. Import your PowerPoint presentation of back to school lesson plan, select an output option, either DVD (you can choose Standard or High Definition) or video (about 12 popular video format in total), set the output details in Advanced Settings and indentify with a logo if necessary.
3. Click the Start button, under the Burn tab, to start converting your lesson plan PPT file to video or DVD.
Note: The PowerPoint to DVD and video conversion program has a built-in burning engine that can burn your presentation to a blank DVD.
Then, at the first day of the new school year, you can show the students your spectacular lesson plan slideshow with a projected laptop or even a DVD player attached to a big-screen TV. It is also a good idea to leave a moment for independent practice during the lesson plan slideshow.
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