Microsoft in the classroom

Microsoft in the classroom
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  • Hey, you look extremely drained, what seems to be the matter?
  • I have several things to do, English SBA's, ICT training, and marking papers. 
  • Wow, and you will also miss classes. 
  • Yes, I have been thinking of ways to manage.
  • Microsoft 2016 has tools like Word, PowerPoint,Excel that will help while you are away. 
  • Really, that's possible!
  • Yes, PowerPoint has many cool features to embed videos, voice record and time lessons. It's like you are in the class. 
  • That's fantastic! My students will be engaged and learning in my absence.
  • How fabulous!! Is there a way students can reference their work? They were experiencing difficulties with that.
  • MS Word is great for the English SBA. Students can work in real time co authoring group work, collaborate ideas and also edit their work.
  • In the end, the teacher recognizes the many possibilities with MS tools and she is willing to learn and change things done in her class. 
  • I have to record all these marks after, can you suggest a way opposed to hard copy?
  • Excel can tally my marks, find an average, and rank students' performance. So I do not only have hard copy evidence of the tests but parents would also have an idea of their child's performance in class. 
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