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Introduction to Excel Charts
In this one-time course, students will learn how to create an Excel chart to fit a variety of everyday purposes, and how to make it look professional and clean.
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This class is taught in a "see it" then "try it together" then "try it alone" format. I will walk the students through how to create charts in Excel, showing them examples on my screen. Then, I will ask students to follow along with examples, leading them through the process while they complete it on their spreadsheets. Finally, I will give students an example to try independently. The class will cover the basic functions of Excel, such as entering data, creating charts, and personalizing...
Students will learn how to create basic charts and figures in Excel from data. Students will be able to enter a simple data set into Excel and produce an appropriate visual representation of that data.
Excel is a valuable skill for students, and many jobs look for potential employees with Excel capabilities. I used Excel every day in my university classes, and I had to waste a lot of time learning basic functions in the program because I had never used it before. I want to offer students an opportunity to get a head start on utilizing Excel and become familiar with the program.
I will provide a Powerpoint with step by step instructions for creating charts. I will also provide example charts and data sets. Students will need to have access to Microsoft Excel. If they do not already have this program on their computer or a parent's computer, it can be downloaded for $6.99 a month. There is also a month-long free trial available.
I will assess learner progress throughout the class, asking students to "share" their screen on Zoom after each example, so I can ensure that they are following along. In addition, I will frequently pause to offer an opportunity for students to ask questions.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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