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Lourdes College

Integrated Basic Education Department
Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City

Module for Online Learning

General Instructional Guidelines


Greeting: Good morning / afternoon everyone! Praised be Jesus and Mary! Welcome to our
module for this session. You will find here our general instructional guidelines, then
the components of our module. You will be guided one step at a time through the
specific instructions of the learning tasks given below, which intend to develop our
cognitive skills as well as our values, considering current social realities. Let joy and
peace abound in your mind and heart as you genuinely and responsibly respond to
the learning processes that this module offers.

I. General Instructional Guidelines

1.1 Please refer to the Unit Plan for the Subject description, minor and major performance
tasks, and criteria for grading. Consultation will be provided through our group chat,
email, Gmail, SMS, Edmodo or other social network. I will monitor your participation
in our learning activities through these chosen media. In addition, you are always
encouraged to voice any concerns on internet connections so that appropriate
adjustments can be done.
1.2. Your honesty and integrity are few of the most important component to whatever
outputs asked from the module. A plagiarism-checker tool will be utilized as one of the
measures in assessing your outputs. Use in-text citation (citing the author and year) when you
mention a statement coming from a source other than the list of references that can be found in
your paper.
1.3. Feedback is an essential component in this mode of delivery. You will be asked of your
assessment of your learning experience in this subject so that we will be able to improve our
learning processes in the succeeding instructional delivery.

B.2 Specific Instructions for the Learning Activity

You are reminded that at the end of the module, you are expected to comply all the required
tasks/activities, and answer post-test showing all your solutions for the activities.

Note: Kindly upload your output in our Google Classroom using your account. File name must
be: FamilyName_Activtity_A.
Example: Salugsugan_Activity_A. Deadline will be on August 10, 2020, 6PM sharp. If you have
considerable concerns or problems, feel free to communicate about it.
Module No. 6: Advanced Presentation Skills

Module Overview: This module allows you to discover one feature of ICT which is the uses of
productivity tools that enhance the functionality, creativity and ease of technology use.
Productivity tools such as word processor are used organize, manipulate, shape, and ultimately
present ideas in creative new ways. This will help individuals make their daily tasks a lot easier
and organized while at the same time, showcasing outputs with impact. This office productivity
tools improve the learner’s skills and provide them with 21st century readiness to take on life
and career challenges. 



The students in the long run and on their own will be able to create infographics in enhancing
images, facts, data, ideas or spark thereby ensuring the accurate details of the products as
being consumed and used by individuals, thus share God given talents..

In these lessons, you will learn the following:
1. use hyperlinks to improve their slideshows;
2. embed files and data to their slideshows; and

3. maximize slideshows as an effective visual aid tool.


Presentation Software – is an application software that allows users to create visual aids for
presentations to communicate ideas, messages and other information.
Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program, created by Robert Gaskins and Dennis
Austin at a software company named Forethought, Inc. It was released on April 20, 1987,
initially for Macintosh computers only. Microsoft acquired PowerPoint for $14 million three
months after it appeared.
Basic Terms:
 Slide – is a single page of a presentation. Collectively, a group of slides may be known
as a slide deck.
 Design Template – pre-designed graphic styles that you can apply to your slides.
 Slide Show – a collection of pages arranged in sequence that contain text and images
for presenting to an audience.
 Transitions – are motion effects that when in Slide Show view add movement to your
slides as you advance from one slide to another.
 Animations – is a set of effects which can be applied to text or graphics within a slide.
 Hyperlink – allows you to jump to another location.

For more ideas how to use the basic functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, click the link
 http://media.news.health.ufl.edu/misc/training/Handouts/PowerPoint/2016/2016_
 https://www.tutorialspoint.com/powerpoint/powerpoint_tutorial.pdf

Transitions are used to control the pace of your presentation and create a better flow
between slides. Rather than simply changing from one slide to the next, you can apply
special effects to the slides as they transition. The steps below explain how to apply
transitions to your slides.

Adding a Slide Transition

1. Select the slide you wish to apply a transition to.
2. Select the Transitions tab (See Figure 1).
3. Select a transition effect from the Transitions to this Slide group (See
Figure 1).
4. Select the down-arrow to view all of the available Transitions at once
(See Figure 1).

Figure 1 - Apply Transitions

5. Once you select a transition type, click Preview to view the effect on the

Figure 2 - Preview

6. If you would like the same transition for all slides in the presentation, click
Apply To All in the
Timing group.
Figure 3 - Apply To All
Changing the Properties of a Transition
Occasionally you may experience the transition speed is too fast or too slow. You may also
want to add sound to a transition effect to enhance your presentation as well as control how
the slide advances. In order to change these settings, follow the steps below:

1. Select the Transitions tab.

2. In the Timing group, click the down-arrow for Sound to add a sound effect for the
transition (See Figure 4).
3. Select the up/down arrow next to Duration to choose the amount of time the
transition lasts. (See Figure 4).

Figure 4 - Sound and Duration

4. Click the Preview button as shown in the Preview group as shown in Figure 2, to
test your settings.
5. If you would like the same setting for all slides within the presentation, click Apply to All.
6. You can also set how the slide will advance; either by a mouse click or after a certain
amount of time has elapsed.

Figure 5 - Advance Slide

Creating One or More Custom Animations

1. Click the Animations tab.
2. Click the object (i.e.: clipart, textbox, shape) you would like to animate to select it.
3. Click the Add Animation button.

Figure 6 - Add Animation

4. Select the animation from the drop-down list which offers four types of animation
effects (See Figure 7):

a. Entrance: Objects can enter the slide via any of the entrance effects,
including Fly In, Dissolve In, Grow & Turn, Swish, and Crawl In (See Figure
Note: If you do not apply an entrance effect, the animated object starts at the position
where you placed it on the slide.

b. Emphasis: This effect draws attention to an object that is already on the slide via
any of the emphasis effects available, including Flash Bulb, Spin, Grow & Shrink,
and Color Wave (See Figure 7).

c. Exit: Objects can leave the slide via any of the exit effects such as Fly Out,
Disappear, Spiral Out, and Sink Down (See Figure 7).

d. Motion Paths: Objects can travel along a track which was created based on
predefined motion paths such as Circle, Funnel, Stairs Down or Wave. The object
could also travel along one of four drawn custom paths: Line, Curve, Freeform, and
Scribble (See Error! Reference s ource not found.Figure 7).

Note: To see a preview of the animation, select an animation and click the Preview
button on the ribbon.

5. To view additional effects, select either More Entrance Effects, More Emphasis
Effects, More Exit Effects, or More Motion Paths from the bottom of the Add
Animations menu (See Figure 7).
Figure 7 - Add Animations Effects

6. Click the option of your choice to apply that animation effect to the selected object.
7. The Effect Options button may become available (Some effects such as Appear do not
have any effect options). Click the Effect Options button, and change the option if

Figure 8 - Effect Options

Note: The effect options will vary depending on which animation is chosen.

8. Apply the timing options for your animation effect.

a. By default, the animation will play upon a mouse click. To make the
animation play automatically when the slide loads, change the Start from On
Click to After Previous.
Figure 9 - Timing Options
b. You can specify the length of an animation by editing the duration.

Note: The longer the duration, the slower the effect.

Figure 10 - Duration

c. You can set the animation to play after a certain number of seconds by specifying a

Figure 11 - Delay

9. Once the basic settings are in place, click the Preview button on the left side of the
Animations ribbon to visualize the animation.

Figure 12 - Preview

10. To create more than one animation for a given object, click the Add Animation button
again and repeat steps 4 through 9. You can, for example, give an object an entrance
effect, an emphasis effect, and an exit effect. This would let you bring an object
onscreen, draw attention to it, and then have it leave the screen.
Reordering Animations

After applying a few animations to one or more objects on a slide, you may wish to change their order

1. Click the object that has the animations you wish to reorder.

Figure 13 - Select Object

2. Click the number to the left of the object that is representing the effect you wish to move.

Figure 14 - Select Effects

3. At the right side of the ribbon, in the Reorder Animation group, click the button of your
choice to Move Earlier or Move Later.

Figure 15 - Reorder Animation

4. Upon making these adjustments, the animation order will change.
The Animation Painter

The Animation Painter makes it easy to copy a complete animation effect from one object to

1. Click the animated object.

Figure 16 - Select Animated Object

2. Click the Animation Painter button on the ribbon. A small paint brush will appear
next to the cursor.

Figure 17 - Animation Painter

3. Click the object where you wish to apply the animation(s). The animations created for
the first object are applied to the second object selected.
Figure 18 - Duplicated Animation Effects
Removing an Animation
1. Click the object that has an animation already applied and that you wish to remove.
2. Click the number to the left of the object that is representing the effect you wish to delete.

Figure 19 - Select Effect to be Deleted

3. Press the Delete key on the keyboard. This will delete the animation.

The Animation Pane

You may access additional and more advanced animation options such as timeline, sound,
and timing by enabling the animation pane.

1. From the Animations tab, click the Animation Pane button on the ribbon.

Figure 20 - Animation Pane Button

2. In the list in the Animation Pane, click the animation to be adjusted to select it.
3. Click the small drop-down arrow to the right of the selected animation.
Figure 21 - Animation Pane

4. Select Effect Options.

Figure 22 - Select Effect Options

5. Under the Enhancements section, you can add sound and set the object to not dim
after the animation.

Figure 23 - Enhancements

6. Click the Timing tab. From the Timing tab, you may set the animation to repeat and/or
rewind when done playing. The Speed setting can be adjusted as well. Some effects
have an additional property setting that allows you to control the range of an object’s
movement (See Figure 24).
7. Click OK (See Figure 24).

Figure 24 - Timing Tab

8. Click the Play From button on top of the Animation Pane to see your animation(s) in action.

Figure 25 - Play From

Note: Click the X in the upper right corner of the Animation Pane, to close it.

Timing the Presentation

A good way to determine how long it will actually take you to do the presentation is to
use the Rehearse Timing tool.
1. On the Slide Show tab, in the Set Up group, click Rehearse Timings. The Rehearsal
toolbar appears and the Slide Time box begins timing the presentation.

Figure 26 - Rehearse Timings

The Rehearsal Toolbar

A. Next (advance to next slide)

C.Slide Time
E.Total presentation time

Figure 27 - Rehearsal Toolbar

1. While timing your presentation, do one or more of the following on the Rehearsal toolbar:
 To move to the next slide, click Next (See Figure 27).
 To temporarily stop recording the time, click Pause (See Figure 27).
 To restart recording, click the Resume Recording button in the window that
appears (See Figure 28).

Figure 28 - Resume Recording

 To set an exact length of time for a slide to appear, type the length of time in the
Slide Time box.
 To restart the recording time for the current slide, click Repeat.

2. After you set the time for the last slide, a message box displays the total time
for the presentation and prompts you to do one of the following:
 To keep the recorded slide timings, click Yes.
 To discard the recorded slide timings, click No.
3. Slide Sorter view appears and displays the time of each slide in your presentation.
Advancing Slides Automatically
You can set your slides to advance automatically so that you will not have to
advance them manually.
1. Select the slide that you would like to apply a timing for.
2. Select the Transitions tab on the ribbon.
3. Within the Timing group, go to the Advance Slide section.
4. Insert a check next to After, and then enter the amount of time
that you would like to display the slide.

Figure 29 - Advance Slide

5. Select another slide and repeat the process.

For more ideas how to use Hyperlinks using Microsoft PowerPoint, click the link below.

To help you better understand on how to use and manipulate the functions of Microsoft
PowerPoint, please watch this Youtube video,


Answer the following questions. Limit your answer in 3-5 sentences only. Your
answer will be rated through a criteria.
Content - 5
Organization - 3
Neatness - 2

1. What are the points to consider when preparing a presentation? Why do you say so?

2. What is the importance of making customizations on a presentation?


3. In your opinion, when is it good to use a hyperlink in a presentation? When is it not?

Why do you say so?

Using a Venn diagram, compare and contrast presentations with hyperlinks and
presentations without hyperlinks. Draw a conclusion based on the diagram.

Presentation Using Hyperlinks Commonalities of the Two Presentation Not Using Hyperlinks


Directions: Perform the following using Microsoft PowerPoint:
1. Open an existing PowerPoint presentation.
2. Add multiple effects to an object.
3. Use Animation Painter to copy the effect to another object.
4. Use the Animation Pane to reorder the effects.
5. Experiment with different start options and timing.

Note: Send your final outputs in our Google Classroom following the given file name


Directions: Perform the following using Microsoft PowerPoint:
a. How to link a slide in the same PowerPoint presentation.
b. How to link a slide to a different presentation.
c. Link a slide to a new file.
d. Link a slide to an e-mail address.
e. Link a presentation to a website.
f. Link a slide to a new file.
Note: Send your final outputs in our Google Classroom following the given file name
Ignacian Core/Related Value
Core Values: Excellence
Related Values: Resourcefulness
Question: Making a visual aid most especially if you are tasked to report something in
class is a tedious job when it comes to presenting some information in class. What does
functions of MS PowerPoint help you?

b. Social Orientation: Media Advertisements

Question: In a world with socially active and digital citizens, we are filled with many
information that needs to deliver in a large audience that will not be boring. What is the
instant effect of using the MS PowerPoint application?

c. Lesson Across Discipline: Media and Information Literacy

Question: Do you remember principles or proper way to create of a good and effective

d. Faith Biblical Reflection:

“For which of you, intending to build a tower, sits not down first, and counts the cost,
whether he have sufficient to finish it.” - Luke 14:28


This PowerPoint project is a presentation that describes you, your family, and anything
else you want to tell about yourself. Your grade will be determined by the neatness of
your presentation, correct spelling and grammar, and by meeting all the requirements
for the presentation. This project may be presented to the class.
 You must have a title slide and a conclusion slide.
 There must be at least 15 body slides. This means your presentation must have
a minimum of 17 slides in total. You may use more if you want. Do not exceed a
maximum of 30 slides.
 You should apply a theme to your presentation. Choose one that you like.
 Use several different slide layouts throughout your presentation.
 Add clip art and/or pictures to some of your slides. Be conservative with this
because too much can make the presentation look bad.
 When creating your presentation, remember the Rules of Seven.
 Slides will be set automatically advance. Max length is 2 minutes.
 Approved sounds or background music is optional.
 Transitions and Animations should be used to compliment your work.
 Font – change from standard/default. Font Size – 24 pt or Larger
 File Name: Me-0-LastName-FirstName (example: Me-0-Berry-Mr) Here are
some ideas of things to include in your presentation.
You may use items from this list and/or use items of your own. You are not limited to the
list below.
 About you: your name, age,  Your favorite things to do when
birthday, birthplace, etc. not at school
 About your family: mom, dad,  Your best friends
brothers and sisters.  Your favorite music groups or
 About your job (if you have one) singers
 Pets you have  Your favorite songs
 Your hobbies  Your favorite movies
 School subjects and activities  Your favorite actors
 Your personality  Your favorite actresses
 Your role models  Your favorite places to eat
 Your plans after high school  Places or cities you’ve visited
 Your favorite foods  Favorite sports
 Favorite colors
 Things I like about school:  Things you do for fun
favorite subjects, etc.  Favorite quotes
 Things I don’t like about school.


Exemplary Accomplished Developing Beginning SCORE
(20) (15) (10) (5)
Skills All skills from Most skills in Some skills in the Few or no skills
the topic are the topic are topic are applied from the topic
applied applied is applied

Content The output The output is The output is The output is

exceeds the complete somewhat incomplete
expectations complete
Correctness The output is The output The output has The output
free from contains several errors contains many
errors minimal errors errors
Efficiency The student The student The student was The student
was able to was able to able to complete used the least
finish the task finish the task the task but used effective
in the most in the projected methods that method in
effective way amount of time consumed more finishing task
without time or resource
wasting time
and effort
Summing up what I learned in my journey through this lesson:

I learned that

I realized that

I promise to


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