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Interactive Media Presentation Software Grades 9-12

Entry #:


Entry Title:

Sunny and Mav Get Lost

Project Description:

As you turn the pages to this Spanish children's story, tap one time on each page to hear the audio translation. Enjoy the reading experience with page turning effects. This project was intended to be experienced just like you would read a traditional book but with all of the advantages of doing it on the computer. The lead slide includes background and foreground images to look like a front cover. The next slides include a black strip down the center to give the effect of separate pages, the text of a fun children's story in Spanish, fun shapes to embellish the plot, page numbers, original photographs with a frame effect, a bookmark, and audio translations. A page turning transition was applied to all slides.

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Web quests and webpages must be available online. Interactive worksheets, PowerPoints, e-portfolios, or blogs may be entered using the student’s Office 365 account. All hyperlinks should be functional. Webpages created entirely by original code will be entered in Coding. Directions and a direct link for accessing your online entry must be included on the entry form.

Judging Criteria

Content Achieves Purpose

The site or production serves its stated purpose (educational/informational or personal/entertainment)

Content Suitable to Audience

The site or production is well designed and suited to the intended audience?


The creative elements enhance the usability and appeal of the document.


The site or production includes interactive elements which are visible, understandable and reliable.

Overall Effectiveness/Presentation

The site or production should effectively express the intended purpose. It should be clear, neat and creative in its visual appeal.

Appropriate Design Techniques/Resources

The site or production uses fonts, colors, graphics and icons which contribute aesthetically.

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