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Make a Video about Perimeter and Area

You’re going to make a video about perimeter and area. Your video will have at least six slides:

  1. A slide explaining what perimeter is
  2. An example problem with perimeter
  3. A different example problem with perimeter
  4. A slide explaining what area is
  5. An example problem with area
  6. 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

Create a Math Problem Solving Video Tutorial

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 ProblemsĀ of Your Own

Choose New Document, then the White theme.

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Delete the top text box and use the bottom text box for writing your problem.

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When you’re done writing your problem, left-align the text.

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Add another slide by clicking the + (Add a slide) button in the toolbar in the top left.

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Save your work.

Step Three – Export Your Slides as Images

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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 RecordingĀ on Your Blog

Factors Of

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