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Middle School Students Create Non-Linear Interactive Slideshows in Google Slides

Middle School Students Create Non-Linear Interactive Slideshows in Google Slides

Middle School students have been busy learning how to create non-linear interactive slideshows using Google Slides. 

Students were required to create a slideshow on the planets of the solar system in a way that allowed the user to hop back and forth between slides that provided information about each planet. The students were required to insert muted, auto-playing videos related to each planet as well as use transparent shapes to link to other slides within the slideshow, creating the illusion of a linked hotspot on the image; all using the skills taught during distance learning in computer science class. 

Students were presented with a starter image of the solar system but were rewarded with bonus points for originality, visual presentation and technical proficiency.

The students work can be found below:

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