3. Graphic (line, curve, square, circle, dialog box, think box, mind map)

1.General Graphics (lines, curves, squares, circles, dialog boxes, and think boxes)

Straight lines and curves: You can set the color, thickness, style, etc., add an arrowhead or arrow tail to a straight line, and set the size of the arrowhead. You can drag the control point of the line to change the direction of the line or the shape of the curve.

Squares, circles, dialog boxes, and think boxes: You can set the color, border thickness, frame color, style, etc. For squares, you can set the size of the rounded corners, if desired. For dialog boxes and think boxes, you can drag the control point to change the direction in which they are pointing. You can also enter text in these shapes.

2. Mind map

Click on the mind map on the page, and then click “Edit Object” above to make changes. When making a change, click each fulcrum, then click the “+” sign above to add the fulcrum; click the pencil to change the text; and click the trash bin to delete the fulcrum. Mind map has the following settings:

  1. Local extension: Students can add or subtract the fulcrum when reading, but the existing fulcrum cannot be deleted so that the teacher can add correct example, and students may only add or subtract.
  2. Free extension: In addition to the center point, students are free to add and subtract all the fulcrums so that they can freely make their own creations.
  3. Watch only: Students can only watch but cannot make changes on the mind map.

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