Mission: Learn and share about computer crime using a Google Presentation.
- Log in to your Google Drive account and create a new presentation.
- Save with a complete file name, for example: 20131106crime[class hour][your username]
- Slide 1
- Make the title Computer Crime!
- For the subtitle, type your first & last name.
- Insert a text box at the bottom with the day and date.
- At the top, insert a text box saying Wayland Union Middle School.
- Share the project with your teacher (email: email@example.com)
- Slide 2
- Insert a New Slide and make the title Computer Laws.
- Write five complete sentences about things that are AGAINST the law to do using computers.
- Enter after each sentence, so each sentence has a bullet.
- Slide 3
- Insert a Title Slide and make the title Stop Crime! Make the subtitle your first & last name.
- Slide 4
- Insert a Title and 2-Column Text slide and make the title Crime List.
- Fill each box with a list ten different computer crimes (or bad things), five on each side.
- If you need more ideas, search the web for "computer crime".
- Slide 5
- Insert a Title Only slide and title it Crime Pictures!.
- Find five pictures of computer crimes that you talked about. Copy each one and paste it onto your slide.
- Arrange each picture carefully on the slide.
- Move the "Stop Crime" slide to the end.
- On all of the slides (except the first one), select a font style, size, and color for each text box.
- Insert a different AutoShape on the every slide and change the fill color to bright RED.
- Insert one WordArt on the first & last slide. Make it say Computer Crime!.
- Add different background, fill effect, gradient to every slide.
- Apply a different transition to each slide.
- STOP! Raise your hand. Very politely ask your teacher to check your slides.
- Make it look great:
- add colored lines around pictures,
- increase text sizes,
- re-color objects,
- add AutoShapes, etc
- Animate every object very fast, with previous.
- Add five more crime pictures to your picture slides;
File -> Download As -> PDF Document -- to your home directory.Log in to Campus Portal, find the assignment, then attach the PDF and press SAVE!STOP! Raise your hand. Very politely ask your teacher to check your slides.
- colored borders; and