This PowerPoint is fourth in a series of lessons on peacekeepers that I have made for my students.
It includes an initial prompt for students to think about an occasion when they tricked someone to get something (for example, Halloween), a short narrated narrative about Jimmy Carter, five multiple choice questions to review, and a final prompt for students to think why or why not it would be okay to trick someone to get something.
The narration is set up to run automatically through the animations tab, and the multiple choice questions are answered by clicking on the relevant letter, A, B, or C (incorrect answers use the disappear animation, the correct one will change color, and a message box will appear stating whether the answer was correct or not).
The slides that contain the prompts, two and sixteen, also use macros (code written in the Visual Basic for Applications language that Microsoft Office uses) so that when you click on the "play" button, a prompt appears, letting you type into the tables on those slides while the presentation is running.
The final two slides contain the APA references for the images used.
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