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Beyond the Basics! Google Skills Practice Lessons are for students who have worked with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides and are familiar with the Basics and ready for some intermediate formatting features.
After completing Google Docs Skills Practice Lessons, students will be able to:
Google Docs Skills Practice Lessons Include:
Google Sheets Skills Practice Lessons are hands on, engaging lessons to teach students intermediate features in Google Sheets. Includes 8 Google Sheets lessons along with an additional 5 lessons incorporating Google Docs and/or Google Slides.
Since these lessons are intermediate skill level lessons, it expected students are familiar with creating basic calculations AND creating charts.
Some of the lessons include a PowerPoint presentation (runs whether you have PowerPoint) to introduce the lessons. All Sheets lessons include answer keys. Each lesson is approximately 30-40 minutes.
Students will be able to complete the following:
The Pizza Parlor Part 1 & 2 (2 Lessons)
School Apparel (3 Lessons)
Bake Sale (3 Activities)
Birthday Party Project (3 Activities)
Planning a Trip
– A great way to learn more about your students. Students love this lesson because it is all about them! Students create a Google Slides autobiography all about them – their past, present, and future. Grading rubric included.
– Using Google Slides and Sheets students chose a place to visit in a city near them, create an Itinerary and using Sheets, students determine the cost for the trip. A completed example included.
– The Zoo Project gives your students an opportunity to choose a zoo of their choice and create an amazing presentation while teaching them several formatting features.
: Students will create a presentation to include changing slide layout, add and rotate text boxes, and apply color background. A completed example included.
: Students will add slide numbers, a diagram, a table, edit slides, change font using the slide master, add transitions, animations and publish to the web in order to use auto-advance and loop with presentation. A completed example included.
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: A fun and educational way for students to see how technology has evolved. Students will choose 3 technology gadgets they MUST have and could not live without. Students will create a presentation which will include history, facts, and photos of the technology gadgets.
– Students chose a country and use the duplicate slide, shapes, line tool, and text boxes. A completed example included.