1. Introduction to Create a Clickable Map in Google Slides
There are many ways you can show what you know about a place you are studying in school,whether it is a city, region, or country.
You might: give an oral report, write a researchpaper, make a poster or diorama, or take a test.
You can also create an interactive presentation.
In this lesson, you will choose a place you are studying in school or a place you would like to explore.
Then, you will create a slideshow presentation about that place.
Instead of just listing facts, you will make your presentation interactive with a clickable image.
A clickable image allows a user to choose a region and then go to another slide with more information.
A user chooses what they want to learn, which makes a presentation more engaging and fun.
To create your interactive image, you will:Create a new Slides presentationChoose an image that has multiple partsDraw invisible shapes over each section of the imageAnd link each shape to a separate slide in your presentation.
This lesson uses Google Slides, but you can complete this project using any digital presentation application.
To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account.
Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google dot com.
If you are not signed in, do so now.
If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one.
Create a new Google Slides presentation and rename it.
If you work in a group, share one presentation to all the group members.
Each student can select a country in a region to research,or pick a province in a country, or choose a city in a country.
Now, it’s your turn:Sign in to your Google account,Create a new presentation,And rename the file.
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