QM5. Microsoft Word Tables
You have not only learned how to insert an image and hyperlink, but also how to share a document and collaborate with others. In this Quest you will learn how to add a page break, insert a table, and comment on a classmate's document. Keep up the good work!
Columns: Columns run vertically (up and down) in a spreadsheet or table
Row: Rows run horizontally (left to right) in a spreadsheet or table
Cell: Each rectangular box in a spreadsheet and table is referred to as a cell. In a spreadsheet each cell has a specific name identifying it's location by row number and column ID name.
I Can Statement
- add tables to my documents
- View the YouTube lesson or SchoolTube video to learn about marking a poem's rhyme scheme.
- Watch the demonstration video below.
- Open the document you formatted in Quest One titled CollaborationQ1.
- Select Edit Document and Edit in Browser
- Put your cursor at the end of your name at the bottom of the document.
- Go to the Insert menu and select Page Break. You should see a faded line and Page Break appear above your cursor.
- Go to the Home menu and align text Center. Your cursor should be in the middle of the page below the Page Break.
- Type the following title: Rhyme Scheme for Nothing Gold Can Stay.
- Select the title and apply italics formatting.
- Press enter/return to leave space below the title. Deselect italics if it is selected.
Part 2: Inserting a Table
1. On the INSERT menu.
Select Table, and move the mouse over and down the box to create a 3x8 table. Click on the square when you see 3x8 appear at the top to insert the table.
2. Add headers in the first row of the table.
Click in the top cell, first column and first row, and type "Line Number," use the tab key to move to the next cell, in the middle column type "Rhyming word," (tab over) and in the last column type "Rhyme Scheme (A, B, C...)
3. In the first column in Row Two, type the line number 1.
Use your arrow key or mouse to click in the cells below that and enter the rest of the line numbers from 1-7 in the different rows.
How many lines are in the poem? Use your tab key, and tab over until a new line appears! This is how you can add more rows to a table. Type the line number 8 into the row.
4. In Row Two, the second column, type the last word from the first line of the poem. You can scroll up to the poem to find it.
Continue to do that for the rest of the lines until column two is complete.
5. Now go back up to the poem and use the highlight tool to highlight the word at the end of each line of the poem. Use the same highlight color for each rhyming set of words, and a different color for each different rhyming set of words.
6. In the last column of the table enter the Rhyme Scheme following the directions from the videos.
Since you already highlighted the last word in each line of your poem to match up rhyming words, this should be easier now.
Part 3: Steps 14-17 Create and Collaborate
14. Part Two. Creative bonus challenge!
Space down two lines below the poem.
Write your own four line poem using the AABB Rhyme Scheme.
How to get started? Pick two pairs of rhyming words. Example: pat, cat, house, mouse. Then make short sentences that end in the words. Example:
I once had a cat,
His name was Pat,
He lived in my house,
But was afraid of a mouse.
Note: Have fun with it, you can make it funny, scary, and even longer. Think of the fun Dr. Seuss must have had!
15. Give your poem a title and share it with a classmate in editing mode.
16. You and your classmate should open the poem document in editing mode, scroll down to read the new poem, and go to the Insert menu and choose Comment. Leave a polite and encouraging comment that includes your own name.
17. Be sure this is shared with your teacher so you and your classmate get credit.
Completing this Quest
This Quest is done when you have added a page break, formatted and inserted a table, completed the Rhyme Scheme assignment, composed your own AABB poem, shared it with a classmate, added a comment to theirs, and shared it with your teacher.
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Competencies & Standards
MITECS Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students, and
1. Empowered Learner
a. Articulate and set personal learning goals, develop strategies leveraging technology to achive them, and reflect on the learning process itself to improve learning outcomes
d. Understand the fundamental concepts of technology operations, demonstrate the ability to choose, use and troubleshoot current technologies, are able to transfer their knowledge to explore emerging technologies
2. Digital Citizen
b. Engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interations online or when using networked devices
c. Demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the rights and obligations of using and sharing intellectual property
d. manage their personal data to maintain digital privacy and security and are aware of data-collection technology used to track their navigation online
4. Innovative Designer
a. Know and use deliberate design process for generating ideas, testing theories, creating innovative artifacts or solving authentic problems