I have been playing around with this nifty little PowerPoint-based spinner in my classes.
- To create a relaxed and fun atmosphere, our layouts implement high quality images displayed in a dynamic manner using animated slides. People having fun and playing their favorite slot machines is the best way to stimulate your viewers' curiosity and make them feel lucky and ready for adventure.
- I want to use the Smartart feature of PPT, specifically the 'gear' graphic. It has two small gears and 1 large one. What I need for my PPT are three small gears and 1 large one.
There are many ways you could potentially use this template in the EFL VYL or YL classroom. For example, it could be used to select students (children always get a kick of seeing their name come up in a random spin – or laughing when someone’s name comes up several times in a row!), or to practice colours, numbers, vocabulary, or some combination of any of these.
Slot Machine Animation For Powerpoint Presentation
One of the other things I like about this PowerPoint spinner is that it is customisable. You can edit the template to change the number of blocks, the text, colours and so on.
You can download this free PowerPoint spinner, here. (You’ll also find instructions on how to edit the spinner or even create your own PowerPoint spinning wheel on the same website.)
Slot Machine Animation For Powerpoint Presentations
PowerPoint Products Standing Ovation Award Winner: Best PowerPoint Template Collection Network Solutions protects your online transactions with secure SSL encryption. 200,000+ satisfied customers worldwide! 100% satisfaction guaranteed - or send it back for a refund! All of these PowerPoint games are in the form of free PowerPoint templates that you can open with Microsoft PowerPoint or a free presentation software program. You can then customize them with your own questions and answers. Simply run the presentation in class and you'll have a customized game all ready to go for your students. We recommend this animated PowerPoint quiz template for testing new vocabulary or difficult terminology, but you could also adapt it and make it a regular open question format by writing questions instead of words on the cards and the right answers on the green cards below (it sounds more difficult than it actually is, and when you download the.