You’re going to make a video about perimeter and area. Your video will have at least six slides:
- A slide explaining what perimeter is
- An example problem with perimeter
- A different example problem with perimeter
- A slide explaining what area is
- An example problem with area
- A different example problem with area
Step One – How to Make Your Slides Using Explain Everything
Step Two – Record Your Video
Step Three – Record Your Video
Step Four – Hand It In
Step One – Practice the Skill You’re Going to Make a Tutorial Of
Go to Thinking Blocks and pick the area and skill you’re going to make a tutorial of. Solve the five problems in that area.
Step Two – Open Up Your Keynote and Write Two Problems of Your Own
Choose New Document, then the White theme.
Delete the top text box and use the bottom text box for writing your problem.
When you’re done writing your problem, left-align the text.
Add another slide by clicking the + (Add a slide) button in the toolbar in the top left.
Save your work.
Step Three – Export Your Slides as Images
Step Four – Transfer the Images to the iPad
Step Five – Record An EXPLANATION on How to Solve the Problems in Educreations
Step Six – Embed the Recording on Your Blog
Part One – The Basic Structure
In this video, I figured out the factors of my number by writing the equations that went with it.
I then made a keynote with a title slide plus two slides for each equation.
After that, I made arrays that went with the equations and added Magic Move transitions that occurred automatically.
Part Two – Adding Text Animations
In this video, I added a line of text to each slide that kept track of the factors as I introduced them in the slides.
To make it look good, I added some text animation to it by moving the text in and out.
Finally I added one more slide to the end to summarize the factors.
Part Three – Finishing Up