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In this video, you and your partner will share and discuss your presentation with another set of partners.

You will explain your ideas and check out what your classmates made.

When you have finished with your presentation, share it with another set of partners.

If you don’t know who you should work with, ask your teacher.

From your presentation, select “Share,” and type in email addresses for the other people in your group.

When your partners have completed and shared their presentation, meet as a group around one computer.

Decide which set of partners will present first, and open their presentation.

Show your presentation to the other partners.

Click “present” to show the presentation on the entire screen.

Guide the group through the ways you and your partner applied the programming concepts, the items you chose, and your ideas.

Finally, ask your group members the questions on the final two slides of the presentation.

Type in the answers, and discuss them.

Next, follow these same steps with the second presentation.

Find your partners’ presentation in your shared files in Google Drive.

Sharing and discussing ideas is an important learning tool.

Sometimes the best way to help yourself understand and remember new material is to explain it to someone else.

Now, it’s your turn: Share your presentation with the other partners in your group.

Gather with your group around one computer.

Discuss your presentations.

Ask the questions on the last two slides, and type in answers.

Then, move on to the next video.

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Instructions
  1. Share your presentation with the other partners in your group.
  2. Gather with your group around one computer.
  3. Trade off showing and discussing your presentations.
  4. Ask and answer the questions on the last two slides.