Google Docs Group Presentation Assignment

Google and it's many products have become an important part of the modern classroom.  The office apps have much of the functionality of Microsoft Office, but also allow for collaboration (working together).

We will only use 3 of Googles offerings: Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

The office apps  are a part of Google Drive and can be found by logging into your Google account, opening your Google Drive and selecting the blue New button on the left side.

Google Office Google y sus muchos productos se han convertido en una parte importante del aula moderna. Las aplicaciones de oficina tienen mucha de la funcionalidad de Microsoft Office, pero también permiten la colaboración (trabajando juntas).

Solo usaremos 3 de las ofertas de Googles: Documentos, Hojas de cálculo y Presentaciones.

Las aplicaciones de Office son parte de Google Drive y se pueden encontrar al iniciar sesión en su cuenta de Google, abrir su Google Drive y seleccionar el botón azul Nuevo en el lado izquierdo.

 



Google Docs

Learning Objective:By the end of this unit. Students will be able to complete basic word processing formatting tasks such as bold, underline, copy and paste, find and replace, and inserting and editing tables as evidenced by sucessful completion of tasks.

Language Objective: Students will learn the proper academic language of wordprocessing.

Google Docs is a basic word processor with great collaboration tools.  It's great for typing essays, reports, flyers, etc. and working on group assignments.

For the assignments below, you will learn some basic word processing skills and will create several documents.

Google Docs es un procesador de texto básico con excelentes herramientas de colaboración. Es ideal para tipear ensayos, informes, volantes, etc. y trabajar en asignaciones grupales.

Para las tareas a continuación, aprenderá algunas habilidades básicas de procesamiento de textos y creará varios documentos.

Assignments:

Google Office

Google Sheets

Spreadsheets had their start in the business world, but now everyone uses them. They are great for making lists, adding long lists of numbers and creating graphs.

Learning Objective:By the end of this unit. Students will be able to complete basic Spread sheet task tasks such as bold, underline, copy and paste, find and replace, and inserting and editing tables and mathimatical formulas as evidenced by sucessful completion of tasks.

Language Objective: Students will learn the proper academic language of Spreadsheets..

If you've never used Google sheets, watch a video tutorial by clicking -->Here<--

Please complete the assignments below in Google Sheets.  Remember to turn them into Google Classroom.

  • Google_Sheets_Assignment1.pdf
  • Google_Sheets_Assignment2.pdf
  • Google_Sheets_Assignment3.pdf
  • Google_Sheets_Assignment4.pdf
  • Google_Sheets_Assignment5.pdf
  • Assignment #6 - GROUP ASSIGNMENT

    You will create 2 bar graphs using Google Sheets.  This is a GROUP ASSIGNMENT.

    For this assignment, you must complete 2 of the follow:

    1. Create a bar graph showing the favorite candy of each person in the group and how much of each (candy) was sold (in $) in a year (or month).
    2. Create a bar graph showing the favorite chips of each person in the group and how much of each (chips) was sold (in $) in a year (or month).
    3. Create a bar graph showing the favorite app of each person in the group and how many times it (the app) was downloaded or usage in a year (or month).
    Take a screenshot of your 2 graphs and turn them in.

 



Google Slides

Google Slides is similar to Microsoft PowerPoint and has much of the same basic functionality.  It's easy to create an engaging presentation.  It's also very easy to work together with others on the same project.

Learning Objective:By the end of this unit. Students will be able to complete basic presentation creation and formatting tasks such as bold, underline, copy and paste, find and replace, and inserting and editing tables as evidenced by sucessful completion of tasks using Google Slides.

Language Objective: Students will learn the proper academic language of presentation software.

Assignments:

Google Office

 

  1. Google Slides-Assignment 1.pdf
  2. Google Slides-Assignment_2.pdf
  3. Google Slides-Assignment_3.pdf
  4. Google Slides #4 - All About Me
  5. Google Slides # 5 - You will work in groups of 3 or 4 people for this assignment.  One person will create a Google Slide and share it with the others in the group.  Each student will work on only one slide.  You have two options: 

    Option #1:
    INSTRUCTIONS:
    Create a Google Slide for your favorite comic book or cartoon character.
    Your choice must be school appropriate (no South Park, Family Guy, etc.). You can include any web techniques that you've learned so far. You must include the following:

    Animated gifs - 2 or more (10 points)



  6. Option #2:
    ALL ABOUT MLK
    We will make a group presentation that could be shown to an incoming 7th grade class at MLK.  The presentation will inform the students what they can expect on their first day of school at MLK.  Each person in your group will make one slide for the presentation.  Each slide should have a bulleted list, pictures, video, links, and GIFs.  Topics can include but not limited to are:

 

Classroom works with Google Docs, Google Drive, and Gmail so teachers can assign work to students. Teachers can attach materials—documents, links, images—to the assignment. All activity is online using a computer or a mobile device.

Students sign in to Classroom, see their upcoming work, and complete it online. When  a student turns it in, the teacher sees immediately in the class stream that the work is turned in.

How the assignment flow works

Teacher

 

Student

Teacher creates an assignment and attaches files.

 
 Students attach materials or edit files from the teacher and turn in their work.

 

Teacher grades the students' assignments.

 
 

Students see their grades and can edit their work.

 

 

 

  1. Teacher creates an assignment or question—The teacher can post to one or more classes or to individual students in a class and set a due date. If the teacher attaches materials, they control access to them until the work is assigned to students. As students work on an assignment, the teacher can view progress, add comments, and make edits in the documents. Also, when attaching a Drive file (document, slides, or sheet), the teacher can choose to:
    • Allow students to view the file—All students can read the file, but not edit it.
    • Allow students to edit the file—All students share the same file and can make changes to it.
    • Make a copy for each student—Students receive an individual copy of the file that they can edit. The student’s name is automatically added to the document title. When a student turns in the assignment, the teacher sees the file labeled with the student’s name.

    For details, see Create an assignment or question.

  2. Student turns in work—The student works on the assignment by either viewing a document, editing a shared document, or editing their individual copy of a document. The student can attach files, links, or images to their work. When completed, the student turns in their work. Before the due date, a student can unsubmit work, make changes, and resubmit it. After the student turns in a file from Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides, only the teacher has edit access and can make any changes to it.

    For details, see Submit an assignment.

  3. Teacher grades work—The teacher can write notes on student work, add a grade and return it to the student with individual feedback to each student. Learn more about grading and returning assignments and writing notes on student work.

    Student sees grade—The student sees their grade. If the student’s work includes a Drive file, the student regains edit access to the file and can work on it again, if needed. For details, see View returned work.

View completed or upcoming work

Teachers can easily see who has or hasn’t completed any work that's due.

Students can always see their upcoming and unfinished work.

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