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Embedding a Linkable Google Slide Into a Blogger Post


Google Slides is an easy way to present students work. The Student can add an extra punch to the slide by linking out to websites. One example of this is when students are studying the plant cycle.  The student creates an image of a plant or flower and adds it to a Google Slide Deck. Let the students do research to find site which explain about how a plant grows.


INSERT AN IMAGE w/LINK INTO SLIDE



GOOGLE SLIDES SET SHARING to PUBLIC


GOOGLE SLIDES PUBLISH to the WEB 


EMBED CODE to BLOGGER POST

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