Messages can be drawn on sheets or copied to sheet and colored or black ink can be used
There are booklets you can buy with the lessons on transparencies already
Very affordable for a teachers budget</li></li></ul><li>Document Cameras<br /><ul><li>Like a video camera that captures whatever is places on stand
Plays that image back through video monitor or LCD display
Great zoom features for projecting lesson parts(like picture)
Uses transparencies, documents, and even three-dimensional objects</li></li></ul><li>Video Technology<br /><ul><li>Have been known to be boring to learners
Should be made on subject and fun for all learners
Equipment can be found used, and be incorporated into class
Fun to use a previous class as role models and give lesson through their learning
Some libraries still have videos with lessons for classrooms for the younger crowd</li></li></ul><li>Traditional Video Technologies<br /><ul><li>Broadcast video is like watching television with a lesson(sesame street, METV)
Narrowcast video incorporates systems of video transmissions for a specific audience(ITFS, CCTV)
Cablecast video is broadcast through local cable and targeted programs are viewed in schools
Recorded video records a program while it’s on so you can play it back later.(better for schools schedule)</li></li></ul><li>Digital Video Technologies(DVD)<br /><ul><li>Digital video cameras provide images in digital format that can be edited and played back on a computer
Digital video editing helps you create your masterpiece lesson in your best way
Compressed video teleconferencing systems make it possible for other classrooms to share in lessons </li></li></ul><li>Internet Video<br /><ul><li>Using the internet for classroom lessons has greatly improved and shows more promise
Internet broadcasts can be live shows and done by streaming video
Live cams connect to your computer and then are connected to the internet for a live showing of a lesson. Actual events are seen.
Internet meetings are like face-to-face accounts. Microsoft has a program called NetMeeting that can help you do these events.</li></li></ul><li>In Conclusion<br />All of the media discussed in this presentation would be beneficial for the grade I teach by allowing young learners to watch lessons and then perform them. The overhead would be a great way for letter formation, VHS and DVD lessons would be great to watch and discuss then implement, and web cam is good if a child was sick for awhile the class could stay in touch, and internet lessons are a good way for children of all classes to work together for support on work to be done.<br />References:<br />1. “Teaching and Learning with Technology”, Judy Lever-Duffy and Jean B. McDonald, 2008, 3rd Edition.<br />2. http://web.mac.com/iajukes/thecommittedsardine/Funny_Stuff..html<br />3. Microsoft Office Clip Art<br />
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.