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Google Slides: Choose Your Own Adventure

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Google Slides: Choose Your Own Adventure

Eric Curts posted directions for using Google Slides to create a choose your own adventure style activity. Using hyperlinks within a Google Slides presentation, build a story or tutorial that asks the viewer to make decisions. Google Slides is probably my favorite collaboration tool. See what your students can collaborate on and create!

Sample Adventure

My students created an awesome adventure story using collaboration tools. They were not physically together and had no other directions than those provided by Eric Curts. The students used a today’s meet to meet up online and discuss the project.

student contributors

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      1. I was only able to show my students the first part of the story because of the use of the word bastard. I don’t seem to be able to make a copy. Maybe I’m missing something?

      2. Hi! I would LOVE to use this with my classes but the slideshow is a a view only version. It is not editable “You need permission
        You can only view this presentation. To accept audience questions, ask the owner for comment or edit access.”

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