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How to Control PowerPoint Presentation Using a Smartphone

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Have you ever presented a powerpoint presentation? What type of controller did you use to switch from 1 slide to another?
Some of you might have used a physical remote controller and some uses the keyboard of their laptops or desktops. Well, if I were to choose between the two, I prefer to use the Physical Remote Controller since it is more convenient to use especially if we are walking from side to side. But what if we don't have that physical controller that I've mentioned? You still have 3 options:
1. Use your keyboard
2. Buy a Controller from the Market
3. Use your smartphone

Yes, you read it right! You can use your SMARTPHONE as a controller for your PowerPoint Presentation. Read the tutorial below.
This is the easy tutorial on how to use a smartphone as a remote controller for powerpoint presentation (with screenshots).

Before we start this tutorial, let me ask you one question.
Are you familiar with this icon?
This is SHAREit. A software which is commonly used to transfer files from one device to another. Lots of people are now using this app because it gives a boost in data transferring speed. It is faster than the Bluetooth. Sending and Receiving files are the main features of this software but did you know that it has also a function to control your powerpoint presentation? How? Let's now start the tutorial.

1st Step: Download and Install SHAREit on your Smartphone and Laptop
You have to download and install the files to both devices. 

For Smartphones
Android - Play Store/ Download Link
IOS - App Store/ Download Link

For Laptops/Desktops
Windows - Download Link
Mac OS - Download Link

2nd Step: Run the software on both devices
Let's start with your smartphone. Open the app and click "Receive"
Click the "CONNECT PC" button at the bottom right corner of your screen.
Click the "PC SEARCH MOBILE" button at the bottom right corner of your screen.
 Mobile hotspot will now open.
Put down your smartphone and go to your laptop or desktop
Run SHAREit on your laptop/desktop and click "Search Hotspot of Mobile".
 It will search for your smartphone. Once it is detected, click your device's avatar.
They will now connect to each other. Wait for a second.
There you go! Your devices are now connected. You can now minimize the window.
Go to your file and open your PowerPoint Presentation.
Start the slideshow by pressing the "F5" button or you can also click the "Slide Show" tab and then click "From Beginning" icon at the bottom of the tabs.
The slideshow will now start.
Go back to your phone and then click "PPT Control".
There you go! You can now switch slides using your smartphone.

Conclusion:
There are lots of remote control app that you can use to control powerpoints. Some of them have lots of functions and better features such as "Laser Pointer, Marker, etc.". It's better than the SHAREit app, however, if you want a fast connection and setup, I recommend you to use SHAREit. 

I hope this tutorial helps you. 
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How to Save PowerPoint Presentation as Video File
Good day, and welcome to NON-STOP TEACHING!
In this post, I'm going to give you the easiest way on how to turn your PowerPoint Presentation into a Video file. Yes, it is possible to do that so let's start the tutorial now.

This is the step-by-step process on how to save your PowerPoint Presentation as Video file (with screenshots).
NOTE: Click the image to enlarge.

Step 1: Create or Open your PowerPoint Presentation
".pptx" that is the common extension or format of the file that is created via Microsoft PowerPoint. If you already created a file, just open it or you can also create a new one. It depends on you.


Step 2: Save the file

Go to File/Save As or you can also Press CTRL + S

Step 3: Change the "Save as Type"
By default, you can see that the extension of the file is ".pptx"

Change it into ".wmv" by clicking the "Save as type" option and then choose "Windows Media Video .wmv"

Step 4: Click Save
Click the Save button.

Step 5: Wait until the progress bar is full
Microsoft PowerPoint is now saving you Presentation as a video file. Please wait for a minute or more. Remember that the rendering speed depends on the size of your presentation as well as the hardware of your device. The higher the specs the faster the saving process.

Step 6: Done! you can now play the video
After the rendering process, you can now see the video file.

You can play it using your video player such as Windows Video Player, VLC, etc.

I hope this tutorial helps you. 
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How to Make Tarpapel in Microsoft Word

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This is a tutorial on how to make tarpapel using the Microsoft Word. Before we start, I would like to inform you that this only works on EPSON Printers. We haven't tried it yet in other printers so if your printer's manufacturer is not EPSON, we recommend you to use Microsoft Excel and read the tutorial on How to Make Tarpapel in Microsoft Excel.

Okay, let's start!
This is the easy step-by-step tutorial on how to make tarpapel in microsoft word (with screenshots).
NOTE: Click the image to enlarge.

Step 1: Run the Microsoft Word and input the data
You can run it by pressing the start/windows button and search for the program "Word" or you may also click the shortcut icon located at the desktop screen. After that, input your data that you want to print. You can insert texts, images, charts, etc. and you can also customize the page layout.

Step 2: Go to Print-Page and Click Printer Properties
Press CTRL + P or you can also click File/Print. Don't print it yet and proceed to Step 3.

Step 3: Look for the "Multi-Page" option
It's off by default right?

Step 4: Choose your desired pages
It's time now to choose how many pages you want to use. There are 6 options: 2-UP, 4-UP, 2x1, 2x2, 2x3, 2x4. You may refer to the preview located on the left side of the window.

Step 5: Click okay
After choosing your desired pages, you may now click the "OK" button to proceed.

Step 6: Click Print
There you go! You can now print your document. Congratulations! :)

I hope this tutorial helps you. 
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A-Z Alphabet (Classroom Decoration)

The alphabet is simply a collection of letters and sounds. Most of us cannot even remember a time when we did not know our letters so it sounds almost absurd to worry about how to teach it to our children. Yet, the ABCs are the building blocks of language. In order to become literate, our children must be able to recognize each letter, both in order and out of order, as well as the sounds connected with that letter. Once armed with that knowledge, then a child is well on the road to reading and literacy.

Learning the alphabet should begin early in a child's life. While some children do not learn their letters until they start school this is not recommended. In fact, children should be well on their way to alphabet mastery before preschool age and should certainly be at least introduced to the letters before the age of 3.

Start simple. Do not attempt to teach all 26 letters at once. Simply concentrate on a few letters at a time and allow your child to see, hear, and experience that letter in a variety of ways. Remember that children learn by utilizing their senses/

The alphabet is the building block of literacy and so children must learn to recognize and name the letters, both in and out of order, and the sounds associated with each letter.

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In this post, I'll share with you the A-Z Alphabet that you can use as classroom decoration. We commonly put these letters above the blackboard, isn't it? So we made a Free, Downloadable, and Printable version of these letters. All of these files are available in 3 paper sizes (A4, Letter, Long) and in high resolution. Get your copies now!

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Here is the downloadable and printable A-Z Alphabet.
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A-Z Alphabet (Classroom Decoration)
These files are ready to print. Just use the recommended paper and print.
Don't forget to read the Simple Downloading Instruction

2 Pages Per Sheet (2 letters in every sheet)
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Fit to 1 Page (1 letter per sheet)
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Do you want to personalize the sizes?
Don't worry, you can also download each letter in high resolution.

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  1. A.jpg
  2. B.jpg
  3. C.jpg
  4. D.jpg
  5. E.jpg
  6. F.jpg
  7. G.jpg
  8. H.jpg
  9. I.jpg
  10. J.jpg
  11. K.jpg
  12. L.jpg
  13. M.jpg
  14. N.jpg
  15. O.jpg
  16. P.jpg
  17. Q.jpg
  18. R.jpg
  19. S.jpg
  20. T.jpg
  21. U.jpg
  22. V.jpg
  23. W.jpg
  24. X.jpg
  25. Y.jpg
  26. Z.jpg

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2. How to print this?

Things to consider before printing:
a. Use the recommended paper size only.
b. Don't modify the file.
c. Just Print it.

Steps in printing:
1st - Load the recommended paper size to your printer.
2nd - Open the file that you want to print.
3rd - Press Ctrl + P or you may also click File/Print
4th - Click the "Print" button.

3. How to have a better quality print output?
Read this Guides on How to Get Best Quality Print Output when Printing

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The DepEd Mission, Vision, and Core Values (High-Quality Classroom Decoration)
Here are the printable and downloadable DepEd Mission, Vision, and Core Values that you can use inside your classroom. These files are free and downloadable in High-Resolution. No more pixelization. You can print it in one paper only or you can also turn it into tarpapel.

Don't know how to make Tarpapel?
Read this tutorial: How to Make Tarpapel in Microsoft Excel

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Here are the downloadable and printable DEPED Mission, Vision, and Core Values.
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FAQ:
1. How to download this?
Please read this Simple Downloading Instruction

2. How to have a better quality print output?
Read this Guides on How to Get Best Quality Print Output when Printing

More updates are coming soon so always check this site for more. You can also like our Facebook Page for more.
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Commonly Used Idiomatic Expressions with Meanings

What is Idiomatic Expression (Idioms)?
An idiom is a phrase or an expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. Categorized as formulaic language, an idiom's figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning. There are thousands of idioms, occurring frequently in all languages. - Wikipedia

Commonly Used Idiomatic Expressions (Idioms)
1. ‘The best of both worlds’ – means you can enjoy two different opportunities at the same time.
“By working part-time and looking after her kids two days a week she managed to get the best of both worlds.”
2. ‘Speak of the devil’ – this means that the person you’re just talking about actually turns up at that moment.
“Hi Tom, speak of the devil, I was just telling Sara about your new car.”
3. ‘See eye to eye’ – this means agreeing with someone.
“They finally saw eye to eye on the business deal.”
4. ‘Once in a blue moon’ – an event that happens infrequently.
“I only go to the cinema once in a blue moon.”
5. ‘When pigs fly’ – something that will never happen.
“When pigs fly she’ll tidy up her room.”
6. ‘To cost an arm and a leg’– something is very expensive.
“Fuel these days costs an arm and a leg.”
7. ‘A piece of cake’– something is very easy.
“The English test was a piece of cake.”
8. ‘Let the cat out of the bag’ – to accidentally reveal a secret.
“I let the cat out of the bag about their wedding plans.”
9. ‘To feel under the weather’ – to not feel well.
“I’m really feeling under the weather today; I have a terrible cold.”
10. ‘To kill two birds with one stone’ – to solve two problems at once.
“By taking my dad on holiday, I killed two birds with one stone. I got to go away but also spend time with him.”
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11. ‘To cut corners’ – to do something badly or cheaply.
“They really cut corners when they built this bathroom; the shower is leaking.”
12. ‘To add insult to injury’ – to make a situation worse.
“To add insult to injury the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.”
13. ‘You can’t judge a book by its cover’ – to not judge someone or something based solely on appearance.
“I thought this no-brand bread would be horrible; turns out you can’t judge a book by its cover.”
14. ‘Break a leg’ – means ‘good luck’ (often said to actors before they go on stage).
“Break a leg Sam, I’m sure your performance will be great.”
15. ‘To hit the nail on the head’ – to describe exactly what is causing a situation or problem.
“He hit the nail on the head when he said this company needs more HR support.”

More Idioms
  1. A hot potato - Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talking about and which is usually disputed
  2. A penny for your thoughts - A way of asking what someone is thinking
  3. Actions speak louder than words - People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than what they say.
  4. Add insult to injury - To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unfavorable situation.
  5. At the drop of a hat - Meaning: without any hesitation; instantly.
  6. Back to the drawing board - When an attempt fails and it's time to start all over.
  7. Ball is in your court - It is up to you to make the next decision or step
  8. Barking up the wrong tree - Looking in the wrong place. Accusing the wrong person
  9. Be glad to see the back of - Be happy when a person leaves.
  10. Beat around the bush - Avoiding the main topic. Not speaking directly about the issue.
  11. Best of both worlds - Meaning: All the advantages.
  12. Best thing since sliced bread - A good invention or innovation. A good idea or plan.
  13. Bite off more than you can chew - To take on a task that is way to big.
  14. Blessing in disguise - Something good that isn't recognized at first.
  15. Burn the midnight oil - To work late into the night, alluding to the time before electric lighting.
  16. Can't judge a book by its cover - Cannot judge something primarily on appearance.
  17. Caught between two stools - When someone finds it difficult to choose between two alternatives.
  18. Costs an arm and a leg - This idiom is used when something is very expensive.
  19. Cross that bridge when you come to it - Deal with a problem if and when it becomes necessary, not before.
  20. Cry over spilled milk - When you complain about a loss from the past.
  21. Curiosity killed the cat - Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant situation.
  22. Cut corners - When something is done badly to save money.
  23. Cut the mustard [possibly derived from "cut the muster"] - To succeed; to come up to expectations; adequate enough to compete or participate
  24. Devil's Advocate - To present a counter argument
  25. Don't count your chickens before the eggs have hatched - This idiom is used to express "Don't make plans for something that might not happen".
  26. Don't give up the day job - You are not very good at something. You could definitely not do it professionally.
  27. Don't put all your eggs in one basket - Do not put all your resources in one possibility.
  28. Drastic times call for drastic measures - When you are extremely desperate you need to take drastic actions.
  29. Elvis has left the building - The show has come to an end. It's all over.
  30. Every cloud has a silver lining - Be optimistic, even difficult times will lead to better days.
  31. Far cry from - Very different from.
  32. Feel a bit under the weather - Meaning: Feeling slightly ill.
  33. Give the benefit of the doubt - Believe someone's statement, without proof.
  34. Hear it on the grapevine - This idiom means 'to hear rumors' about something or someone.
  35. Hit the nail on the head - Do or say something exactly right
  36. Hit the sack / sheets / hay - To go to bed.
  37. In the heat of the moment - Overwhelmed by what is happening at the moment.
  38. It takes two to tango - Actions or communications need more than one person
  39. Jump on the bandwagon - Join a popular trend or activity.
  40. Keep something at bay - Keep something away.
  41. Kill two birds with one stone - This idiom means, to accomplish two different things at the same time.
  42. Last straw - The final problem in a series of problems.
  43. Let sleeping dogs lie - do not disturb a situation as it is - since it would result in trouble or complications.
  44. Let the cat out of the bag - To share information that was previously concealed
  45. Make a long story short - Come to the point - leave out details
  46.  Method to my madness - An assertion that, despite one's approach seeming random, there actually is structure to it.
  47. Miss the boat - This idiom is used to say that someone missed his or her chance
  48. Not a spark of decency - Meaning: No manners
  49. Not playing with a full deck - Someone who lacks intelligence.
  50. Off one's rocker - Crazy, demented, out of one's mind, in a confused or befuddled state of mind, senile.
  51. On the ball - When someone understands the situation well.
  52. Once in a blue moon - Meaning: Happens very rarely.
  53. Picture paints a thousand words - A visual presentation is far more descriptive than words.
  54. Piece of cake - A job, task or other activity that is easy or simple.
  55. Put wool over other people's eyes - This means to deceive someone into thinking well of them.
  56. See eye to eye - This idiom is used to say that two (or more people) agree on something.
  57. Sit on the fence - This is used when someone does not want to choose or make a decision.
  58. Speak of the devil! - This expression is used when the person you have just been talking about arrives.
  59. Steal someone's thunder - To take the credit for something someone else did.
  60. Take with a grain of salt - This means not to take what someone says too seriously.
  61. Taste of your own medicine -Means that something happens to you, or is done to you, that you have done to someone else 
  62. To hear something straight from the horse's mouth - To hear something from the authoritative source.
  63. Whole nine yards - Everything. All of it.
  64. Wouldn't be caught dead - Would never like to do something
  65. Your guess is as good as mine - To have no idea, do not know the answer to a question

Opening and Closing Prayer (Classroom Decoration)
"Maka-Diyos" in Filipino "Godly" in English
Prayer is one of the most important parts of our daily routine inside the classroom. Through this, our pupils/students are being trained on how to talk to God. They also develop the love and respect to Him. As a teacher, we commonly put prayers in front of the class or above the blackboard so that our learners will be able to recognize and memorize our classroom prayers. Now, I have something to share with you again, these are the Opening and Closing Prayers Classroom Decoration that you can also use inside your classroom. These are printable and downloadable. Available in 3 Paper Sizes (A4, Letter, and Long). Get your free copies from the links below!

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Here are the downloadable and printable Opening and Closing Prayer.
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Opening and Closing Prayer (Classroom Decoration)
These files are ready to print. Just use the recommended paper and print.

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You can also download each image if you want to turn it into tarpapel.

For a personalized prayer, contact us using our contact page below or via messenger by clicking the messenger icon located at the bottom right corner of your screen.

FAQ:
1. How to download this?
Please read this Simple Downloading Instruction

2. How to print this?

Things to consider before printing:
a. Use the recommended paper size only.
b. Don't modify the file.
c. Just Print it.

Steps in printing:
1st - Load the recommended paper size to your printer.
2nd - Open the file that you want to print.
3rd - Press Ctrl + P or you may also click File/Print
4th - Click the "Print" button.

3. How to have a better quality print output?
Read this Guides on How to Get Best Quality Print Output when Printing

More updates are coming soon so always check this site for more. You can also like our Facebook Page for more.
To those who’ll disseminate this file, please give proper acknowledgment to us. Thank you! :)


5 Macro Skills (Classroom Decoration)
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We have something to share with you. It is one of the most common decorations that we usually put above the blackboard, the 5 Macro Skills (Listen, Speak, Read, Write, and View). You can download this from the links below. Don't worry because this is 100% free and legit. Available in 3 Sizes (A4, Letter, Long). Get your copies now!

5 Macro Skills Preview
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Here are the downloadable and printable 5 Macro Skills.
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The 5 Macro Skills (Classroom Decoration)
These files are ready to print. Just use the recommended paper and print.

Download Links:
FAQ:
1. How to download this?
Please read this Simple Downloading Instruction

2. How to print this?

Things to consider before printing:
a. Use the recommended paper size only.
b. Don't modify the file.
c. Just Print it.

Steps in printing:
1st - Load the recommended paper size to your printer.
2nd - Open the file that you want to print.
3rd - Press Ctrl + P or you may also click File/Print
4th - Click the "Print" button.

3. How to have a better quality print output?
Read this Guides on How to Get Best Quality Print Output when Printing

More updates are coming soon so always check this site for more. You can also like our Facebook Page for more.
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Handwriting Practice Workbooks for Kids
The ability to write is very important in man's life. If you can write, then it's time now to let your kids learn it. Let's help every child develop their skills in writing. Here are the Handwriting Workbooks for kids that you can use for them to Practice the proper way of writing letters and numbers. These workbooks are free, printable and downloadable. Available in pdf format. Get your copies from the links below:

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