Amanda Sandoval

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    Amanda Sandoval commented  · 

    Fill in the Blank Generator- Clarification

    What I would love to see is a program that I could upload one of my PowerPoints into, then the program would generate a fill in the blank handout based off the text in my PowerPoint. This handout would be in the form of a Word document (see example links below). I know myself and many other teachers create fill in the blank or guided notes for our students to help them follow along with the lecture. It has taken me two years to create fill in the blank handouts for all of my US History lectures. Even though I have already painstakingly created fill in notes for all of my lectures, it is very likely that somewhere down the line I will be asked to teach a different subject. It would be so nice to have this fill in generator program to save myself and other teachers so much time.

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    • Example of one of my PowerPoints: http://tinyurl.com/7gmzcd8
    *continue to click on the screen to go through the slides (may not work on Macs)
    • Example of my fill-in note that goes with this powerpoint: http://tinyurl.com/7jhns2w

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    Amanda Sandoval commented  · 

    I teach 11th grade US history and have tediously created fill in the blank notes for all of my lectures. There are 2 major reasons why I fill in the blank notes are beneficial: 1. It allows the teacher to move faster through the notes providing more time for students to participate in activities utilizing what they just learned from lecture & 2. Provides accessibility to my ELL students. Some of my sheltered students can barely write the English alphabet so it allows them to participate and practice their writing

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    Make them in PowerPoint! So much easier!!!!!

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