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Curriculum Design & Instruction To Teach Windows XP Digital Media

Curriculum Design & Instruction To Teach Windows XP Digital Media

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Curriculum Design and Instruction To Teach

Windows XP Digital Media:

Author: Charles Hayes:

This Curriculum Design and Instuction

Will Teach You How To:

+ Create a CD for someone you love:

+ Create a custom DC label:

+ Become an Internet radio DJ:

+ Customize Windows Media Player:

+ Organize your photos in Windows XP:

+ Print digital photos perfectly:

+ Create a printed photo album:

+ Make a photo slideshow:

+ Make a movie with your photos:

+ Create a birthday or wedding video:

+ Make a scary movie:

+ Make a movie look like the old days:

+ Create a custom movie soundtrack:

+ Put your movie on a CD or send it

over the Web:

+ Monitor your house with a webcam:

+ Make a video screen saver:

+ Turn Windows XP into an alarm clock:

+ Turn Windows XP into a juke box:

+ Digitize your old albums and


+ Learn the ins and outs of Windows

Movie Maker:

+ Find more fun digital software:

Special Features Include:

* Phases For Conducting A Needs Assessment:

* Curriculum Design Supplement:

* Curriculum Design Plan:

* Lesson Plans:

* Instructional Goals:

* Instructional Objectives:

* Instructional Activities:

* Instructional Evaluation Techniques:

* Standard Vocabulary:

* A Limited Glimpse:

Topics Include:

* Get Into The Grove With The Music

You Never Want To Be Without:

@ How To Create a CD with Your

Favorite Tunes for Someone You


1. Introduction:

2. Get Ready to Make Your DC:

3. Rip Songs to Windows Media Player:

A. Make Sure the Ripping Goes As Planned:

B. Rip Songs from a CD:

4. Organize your Songs into a Playlist:

5. Burn Your CD:

6. More Great Ideas:

@ Spin Your Face: How To Put Your Smile

on a Custom CD label:

1. Introduction:

2. Gather Your Materials:

3. Plan Your Label:

4. Create Your CD Label with Plus!

CD Label Maker:

A. Start the Label Maker and Choose

CD or Playlist:

B. Choose a Template:

C. Design Your CD Label:

D. Print Your Label:

4. Create Your Jewel Case Label with

Plus! CD Label Mdker:

5. More Great Ideas:

@ Become an Internet Radio DJ:

1. Introduction:

2. Get Familiar with Internet Radio:

3. Find the Stations You Want:

A. Browse Existing Categories:

B. Performa Basic Search:

4. Listen to Internet Radio:

5. Create My Stations:

6. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Customize Windows Media Player:

1. Introduction:

2. Adjust the Now Playing Area:

A. Color Chooser:

B. Cross Fading and Auto Volume Leveling:

C. Graphic Equalizer:

D. Media Link for E-Mail:

E. Play Speed Settings:

F. Quiet Mode:

G. SRS WOW Effects:

H. Video Settings:

3. Work with Visualizations:

A. Get More Visualization:

B. Modify Visualizations' Behavior:

4. Choose Skins:

5. Work with Plun-Ins:

6. Use Plus! Speaker Enhancement:

7. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Organize Your Memories: Make

Sure You Can Find Photos When You

Need Them:

1. Introduction:

2. Get to Know Photo File Types:

3. Name Photos:

4. View Photos:

5. Create a Folder Structure That Works:

6. Back Up Photos:

A. Use Windows XP Backup:

B. Store Photos on the Web:

7. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Print Perfect Digital Photos

of Any Size - Every Time:

1. Introduction:

2. Understand PPR-The Basics of Quality

Photo Printing:

A. Printers:

B. Paper:

C. Photo Resolution:

3. Print Your Photos:

4. Order Prints Online:

5. Other Printing Options:

6. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Make a Printed Photo Album So

You Can Take Your Loved Ones With


1. Introduction:

2. Create a Photo Album Manually:

3. Use a Photo Album Program:

4. Get a Photo Book Printed;

5. More Great:

@ How To Turn Your Photo Memories Into

A Slide Show:

1. Introduction:

2. Get the HTML Slide Show Wizard


3. Understand What the HTML Slide

Show Wizard Does:

4. Create a Slide Show:

A. Cull Your Photos:

B. Use the Slide Show Wizard:

5. View Your Slide Show:

6. Share Your Slide Show:

7. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Make Photo Stories With Your

Digital Photos:

1. Introduction:

2. Understand What Plus! Photo Story Does:

3. Get Ready to Use Plus! Photo Story:

A. Gather Your Photos:

B. Decide About Narration:

C. Pick Your Background Music:

4. Create Your Photo Story:

A. Start the Plus! Photo Story Wizard:

B. Choose and Organize your Photos:

C. Record Your Story:

D. Create a Title Page:

E. Choose Background Music:

F. Choose Quality Settings and

Save Your Story:

G. More Great Ideas:

* Be In The Movies:

@ How To Create Your Own Birthday

or Wedding Video:

1. Introduction:

2. Get Ready to Create a Birthday

or Wedding Video:

A. Identify Your Goal:

B. Gather Your Film and Photos:

C. Plan the Movie Flow:

3. Import Video and Photos into

Movie Maker:

4. Organize Your Footage:

5. Create a Title Page:

6. Assemble Your Movie:

7. Add Transitions:

8. Add Special Effect:

9. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Make A Scary Movie:

1. Introduction:

2. Explore Scary Movie Variations:

A. A Real Scary Movie:

A Scary Movie Spoof:

B. Real-Life Horror Spoofs:

3. Know What Makes a Scary Movie


A. Visual Scares:

B. Sound Scares:

C. The Element of Surprise:

D. Situational Tension:

E. Blood and Gore:

4. Plan Your Scary Movie:

A. Create Summary Statements:

B. Create a Storyboard:

C. Write The Script:

5. Film Your Scary Movie:

6. Assemble Your Scary Movie in

Movie Maker:

A. Import Your Video:

B. Create, Trim, and Combine Your Clips:

C. Drag Clips to the Storyboard in

Correct Order:

D. Create a Title Page and End Credits:

E. Add Transitions and Effects:

F. Add Your Sound Track:

G. Save Your Movie:

H. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Step Back In Time and Create

Movies That Look Like The Old Days:

1. Introduction:

2. Why Old Movies Are Fun (and Why You

Should Make One):

3. Understand Old-Movie Basics:

4. Make Your Old Movie:

A. Import Your Movie:

B. Remove the Movie Sound Track:

C. Turn the Movie to Black and White:

D. Add Aging Effects:

5. Save and Use Your Movie:

6. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Build A Custom Video Sound Track:

1. Introduction:

2. Know the Basics: Sound Tracks 101:

A. Sound and Movie Maker:

B. How You Should Use Sound in

Your Movie:

3. Plan Your Sound Track:

4. Mute the Origianl Movie Sound


5. Record Dialogue:

6. Use Background Music:

7. Have Fun with Other Sound


8. More Great Ideas:

@ How To put Your Movie on a CD

For Cannes, and More:

1. Introduction:

2. Decide What to Do with Your Movie:

3. Save Your Movie to Your Computer:

4. Save Your Movie to a CD:

5. Send Your Movie Over E-Mail:

6. Send Your Movie to the Web:

7. Save Your Movie to a DV Camera:

8. More Great Ideas:

* Become a Digital Maniac:

@ How To Monitor Your House With

A Webcam:

1. Introduction:

2. Get the Stuff You Need:

3. Understand How Timershot Works:

4. Set up Timershot:

A. Frequency of Pictures:

B. Photo Sizes:

C. File Location:

D. Where to Save:

4. Review Your Photos:

5. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Use Your Vacation Video To Make

A Video Screen Saver:

1. Introduction:

2. Get the Windows XP Video Screen Saver


3. Choose a Video File Format:

4. Set Up Your Video Screen Saver:

5. Use A Playlist As a Screen Saver:

6. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Turn Your Computer Into an

Alarm Clock:

1. Introduction:

2. Start the Alarm Clock:

3. Create a Wake-Up Alarm:

A. Create a Weekly or Monthly alarm:

4. Manage Alarms:

A. Change, Delete, or Turn Off an Alarm:

B. Use Cool and Cruel Options:

5. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Turn Your Computer Into a

Jukebox and Back Again:

1. Introduction:

2. What Is Party Mode for Windows

Media Player?

3. Get Ready to Use Party Mode:

4. Set Up Party Mode:

A. Privacy Option:

B. Now Playing Options:

C. Marquee Options:

D. Skin Option:

5. Use Party Mode:

6. Stop the Party:

7. More Great Ideas:

@ How To Digitize your Old Cassetes,

8-Tracks, and Records::

1. Introduction:

2. Connect Your Player to Your Computer:

A. Check Out the Hardware Requirements:

B. Connect a Stereo:

C. Connect a Record Player:

D. Connect a Cassette or Reel-to-Reel


3. Digitize Your Music:

A. Test Your Input:

B. Record Your Music:

C. Review, Modify, and Delete Tracks:

D. Clean Tracks:

E. Set Content-Protection Options:

F. Select Quality Settings and Save


G. More Great Ideas:


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