Items Tagged as "Geography"

QuickVote Add on in Powerpoint

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How can you use MimioVote Questions with existing PowerPoint lessons?

Answer: 

What a great question! You can use the MimioStudio Vote Add-in function to create any type of MimioVote activity in Microsoft PowerPoint. MimioVote activities are created by adding question slides to a PowerPoint presentation. A Vote Add-in feature includes a variety of pre-formatted question slide templates to make creating activities in PowerPoint quick and easy. The Vote Add-in feature should have been added to PowerPoint when you installed the MimioStudio software. If you go into PowerPoint you should see an add-in button in the menu on the right. If you click this you should see vote objects over on the left that will allow you to enter vote questions into PowerPoint. You can’t open vote files in PowerPoint but you should be able to create vote questions based in here.

Question sender: 
Lynn A.

Beth's United States Unit!

Subjects: Geography
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8, Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11, Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14
Posted: Feb. 26, 2013   Posted by: essman10
Summary:
I edited Beth's fabulous United States unit to match this year's regions. I also labeled each landmark and river to it's respective region!

World Map Gallery Pack

Summary:
Gallery pack that includes a variety of world maps, templates, and map jigsaw puzzles. This Gallery was formerly included in the default install of MimioStudio prior to version 9.12. If you are new to MimioStudio with version 9.12 or higher, you will not have this Gallery already.

Identifying Colonial Empires

Subjects: Colonization, History & Social Studies, Discovery & Exploration, Geography
Language: English
Grade Level: Pre-K | Age 5, Gr. K | Age 6, Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8
Posted: Feb. 11, 2013   Posted by: k.baron@rcsd.ca
Summary:
In this activity students are required to highlight the major countires that established colonial empires and where in the world these empires are located.

World Population Growth; Agree or Disagree?

Summary:
This is a series of statements focusing on many controversial issues surrounding the world’s population growth.

Landforms Review

Subjects: Geography
Language: English
Grade Level: Pre-K | Age 5, Gr. K | Age 6, Gr. 1 | Age 7
Posted: Feb. 1, 2013   Posted by: strickbr
Summary:
This is a very simple review lesson to follow up teaching landforms.

Major European Colonizing Countries

Summary:
A quick graphic organizer to help the students identify the major countries invloved with colonization around 1600-1763.

Eastern Europe

Subjects: Geography
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14, Gr. 9 | Age 15, Gr. 10 | Age 16, Gr. 11 | Age 17, Gr. 12 | Age 18, Hr. Ed. | Age 19+
Posted: Jan. 24, 2013   Posted by: bigrevkev55
Summary:
This lesson discusses the Baltic Region of Eastern Europe. There are lots of interactive activities that you can tailor to your needs. My book is BJU Press' Cultural Geography Chapter 6 Section 1.

Pairing the MimioTeach and MimioHub

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The light on my MimioTeach is an amber color and I can't get it to calibrate at all. Any suggestions?

Answer: 
Looks like you need some help with pairing your MimioHub with your MimioTeach. Here are the steps you will need to follow in order to sync these two units (Make sure your MimioHub is connected to your computer)


1. Open Mimio Settings in the software. Go to Classroom Devices.


2. You will see the MimioHub listed. (if it’s not there, the MimioHub is not in a USB port)


3. Hold down the status light (button) for about 5-7 seconds. It will start flashing amber and you will see MimioTeach appear on your list of Classroom Devices. It will say “available.”


4.Select the device and click Connect.


5.The Status light on the MimioTeach will turn solid green.


Question sender: 
Andrea C.

Action Settings: Adding sound to objects

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How do I add a sound effect to an image in my lesson?

Answer: 
Are you tired of adding boring old still images to your MimioStudio Notebook Files? Enhance your lessons today by adding sound effects to images using our amazing action settings feature!


Watch this short video for a demonstration on how easy it is to link a sound file to an image within your lesson. Not only will it add a little excitement to your lesson but your students will be amazed at what happens when they click on the image.



Would you like to learn more about how you can use "action settings" in your lessons? If so, you might be interested in signing up for a live or on-demand Mimio Quicklearn training session!


Question sender: 
Craig Bungo


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