A Google Slides app for mini lessons!
After creating the learning app with audio, I tweaked it a bit to create a Learn and Play template.
You can add 6 mini lessons, each button will open one. And then you have a review section, where you can add 9 questions.
To set it up, watch this video or read the instructions below.
First, go to Slide > Edit Master. On the first layout you can add your title.
On the “Instructions” Layout, add your instructions for this file. What’s is its goal?
On the “Topics” layout, add the main title and the titles for your six mini lessons.
On the “Topic Card” Layouts (6) add titles, text and images for each mini lesson.
On the “Questions” Layouts (9) type your questions and add 4 possible answers, 1 correct and 3 incorrect. Repeat this step for every “Question” Layout.
The “Ok” Layout is the one for correct answers, customize its text however you like.
The “Try again” Layout is the one for incorrect answers, customize as you wish.
And the “Final Slide” Layout is the one that shows at the end of the quiz, you can edit it and add any text you like.
Now, close the master. It’s time to start working on the slides.
On slides 1 to 9, you don’t have to do anything.
On slides 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34 there are 4 transparent shapes that already have links on them. 1 of the links is set to take you to the “correct!” slide, and 3 are set to take you to the “incorrect!” slide.
Now, it’s time for you to move them in order for the “correct!” link to match the question. For example, on slide 10, the correct answer is set to answer 4, but if the correct answer to your question is number 2, move the correct link over to 2 and the incorrect over to 4. If you have any doubts, please watch the video. You’ll need to repeat this step on each of these slides (10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34).
To customize the text on the following buttons: “Start, Learn, Play, Next and Yes!” Click on Edit > Find and Replace, and for example, Find: Start – Replace with: Comencemos, and click on “Replace all”.
Once you have done all of the above, it’s time to click on File > Publish to the web, and share your app!
If you want to change its colors, go to Slide > Edit Master and change the accents.
The Google Slides version includes “correct” / “incorrect” sounds. These audio files are not available for the PowerPoint version.
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