Description: Picture a dazzling presentation. Then make it happen with easy‑to‑use visual tools. Bring up the camera to take and drop in a photo without leaving your presentation. Add reflections and picture frames. Punch up your data with interactive charts. Tie it all together with cinema‑quality transitions. And preview all the action live, right on your canvas. Keynote is built to handle it. Spectacularly. This is also great as a photo-shop tool to layer your images and use the Green Screen Features!
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Basic Video Tutorial:
Basic Intro Video with Useful Tips:
How to make a LINKED project with AUDIO narration:
How to make Keynote into a Photo Editor with Green Screen and Instant Alpha:
Tutorial Basic PDF Instruction Sheets:
Here is an example from our very own 4th graders in Mr. Utley’s class. They will show you how they studied Media Literacy mixed with History to create Print Ad’s using Keynote. Thank you Stephen Utley.
Here is an example of how Ms. Taylor’s 1st graders used Keynote to sequence and retell events in a story.
Here is an example of how Paige Whelan used Keynote with her Art and Poetry Unit for 5th Graders.
How to Earn Your Keynote Badge:
Create a Keynote Activity for your students to use in a way that will enhance instruction and communication. Integrate Keynote into a lesson. Make sure that your students have the opportunity to create using Keynote. Submit a “Reflections After PD” Blog.