This app can be used to create presentations (similar to PowerPoint).

Login Required:

Note: Always check the current terms of use and obtain proper parent permission before using a resources that requires a login.
  • No

Sharing Options:

  • WebDAV
  • Screenshot to Camera Roll
  • Dropbox
  • Email with generic iPad address set up on device
  • Other: Copy to iTunes (would need to connect to computer with USB cable to retrieve file via iTunes)

Tips for Using:

The best way to learn Keynote for ipad is to go through the "Getting Started" keynote presentation that comes on the ipad. Tap the plus sign to begin a new presentation. Select a theme. Replace placeholder text and images by tapping on each. Tap the plus sign in the bottom, left corner to add a slide. Swipe up or down in the slide navigator (left side) to scroll through the slide show. Tap a slide in the slide navigator two times slowly and tap DELETE to delete the slide.To add transitions, tap the wrench in the toolbar, tap Transitions and Builds, and then tap the button that appears near the slide’s thumbnail image. Tap the arrow in the top, right corner to play the presentation. Pinch anywhere on the screen to end the show.

Activity Ideas:

Math- Students create a Keynote to display the events preceding the Texas Revolution.
Science- Students write math story problem on each Keynote slide by using text and graphics. A partner works the problems out.
SS- Students use Keynote to present findings of a Science experiment. Photos taken on the ipad can be inserted into the presentation.
ELA- Students create a Keynote presentation explaining literary elements. Hyperlinks can be inserted to link to videos, audio files, etc.

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