Dec 07 2009


Microsoft Word: Me From A to Z

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In this first Microsoft Word (A to Z Instructions) project, the students will create a document using WordArt, headers, tabs, fonts, sizes, colors, bold, italic, and underlines.  Here are some samples of our students' completed work:

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Sep 24 2009


Microsoft Word: I Pledge

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In this Microsoft Word ( I Pledge instructions) project, the students will create a document using WordArt, borders, text wrapping, clip art washout, and line spacing.  Here are some sample's of our students' completed work: IP  IP2

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Jun 02 2009


Photo Story: San Antonio

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The student's will use Microsoft Photo Story to create a project (Instructions) promoting the city of San Antonio, Texas.  They will create slides by insterting pictures, clip art, titles, narration, and audio.  Here are some samples of their work:   Photo Story

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Jun 02 2009


Audacity: Motivational Audio Clip

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In this simple introductional project to podcasting, (Instructions) the students will create a podcast using Audacity.  They will learn how to create audio files, convert WAV to MP3, to use a microphone, to include background music, and to import music (Importing Instuctions-Amazon) from websites.   Here is a sample of their finished product:

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Jun 02 2009


Microsoft Excel: Stock Market Update

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The students will revisit a project they finished a few weeks earlier by updating the share prices of the 5 stocks they have in their $10,000 portsfolio.  (Instructions) They will create a duplicate of their earlier project, then make some changes in chart information and formulas.  They will then create a line chart to show the progress of their portfolio.  Here are some samples of their work:

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Jun 02 2009


Microsoft Publisher: Travel Brochure

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The students will use information collected from their last project (Microsoft PowerPoint-Where Would You Go?) to develop a travel brochure (Instructions) using Microsoft Publisher.  They will learn to arrange, set margins, insert, resize, change frames, align text, and select font face, size, style, and color to the project.  Here are some samples of their work:

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Jun 02 2009


Microsoft PowerPoint: Where Would You Go?

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The students will use the Microsoft PowerPoint software program (Instructions) to create a 8-slide presentation on a vacation designation they would like to go see outside the state of Texas.  The students will use a variety of slide layouts, word art text, clip art, images, and apply slide transitions.  They will also learn to use the Landmark Citation Machine to acknowledge their sources on their credits slide.  Here are some samples of our students work:

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Jun 02 2009


Microsoft Excel: Stock Market

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In this Microsoft Excel project, (Instructions) which is one of our students favorite projects, they will create and edit spreadsheet documents using all data types, formulas, functions, and chart information.  They must create a portfolio of five different stocks, and buy enough shares to cover the $10,000 they have to spend.  Here are some samples of their work:

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Jun 02 2009


Microsoft Excel: Centsable Shoes

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In this third Microsoft Excel project, (Instructions) the students will create a variety of spreadsheet layouts containing descriptive labels and page settings.  Here is a sample of some of our students work:

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May 04 2009


Microsoft Excel: Batting Averages

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In this second Microsoft Excel project, (Instructions) the students will create a spreadsheet layout using major league baseball batting average statistics.  The students will create descriptive labels, adjust columns, and enter the correct formula for the statistic sheet.  They will finish by formatting the batting average columns down to 3 decimal places, add borders, insert gridlines, and landscape the worksheet to fit on to one page.  Here are some samples of our student's worK:

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