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Tell a Story using Powerpoint
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Tell a Story through a Slideshow Tell a story by using clipart, animation sequences, text or dialog boxes. The story must have a beginning, middle, and end. It must be a children’s story with a moral to the story in the conclusion. A moral is a valuable lesson in behavior or a final sentence of a story giving advice.
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Plan your story Start your presentation with a title slide displaying the story title and your name as a subtitle. Create your characters and the setting of your story. Plan the action sequence and how you will resolve the story for the ending. State the moral of the story as your conclusion.
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Animate! Use the custom animation feature to create action in your slideshow.
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  • Spring '19
  • PowerPoint animation, Use backgrounds

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