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This is a 4th-6th Gr Digital Storytelling Contest where the students are developing a powerpoint presentation story that will assist Kndg-1st grade students with learning basic shapes.

This is a 4th-6th Gr Digital Storytelling Contest where the students are developing a powerpoint presentation story that will assist Kndg-1st grade students with learning basic shapes.

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  • 1. Our 2010Digital Storytelling Contest Winners A Cross-Grade Technology Project Johnson Magnet School for Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics A NASA Explorer School
  • 2. Project OverviewStudents: Every 4th-6th grade studentTask: Design a digital “shape” story in MS PowerPoint that Kndg & 1st grade students would be able to read and enjoy.Students: Every Kndg. - 1st grade studentTask: Read the digital stories from your computer. Choose (3) of your favorite digital stories.
  • 3. Shape Island by Javaughn Grade 4 Mrs. Reels1 st Place This Way
  • 4. Shape Island by Javaughn Grade 4 Mrs. Reels This Way
  • 5. There once was an island.
  • 6. You wouldn’t find it on a map because it was so small Shape Island You Are Here
  • 7. On this island there lived a square.
  • 8. He was always grumpy.
  • 9. One day he met a triangle.
  • 10. She was so shy that she hidin the bushes.
  • 11. “I know what to do,” said the triangle. !!!!!!!
  • 12. Let’s play ball!
  • 13. And they did.THE END!
  • 14. The Endby Javaughn
  • 15. Rectangle Rumble By Byron Grade 6 2 nd Mrs.BarnesPlace
  • 16. Rectangle Rumble By Byron Grade 6 Mrs.Barnes
  • 17. A rectangle can be the body to a car.
  • 18. It can also be a skyscraper.
  • 19. Spongebob is a rectangle.
  • 20. It can also be a X-Box.
  • 21. It is also a PS2. PS2
  • 22. It can be a picture frame.
  • 23. A rectangle can be a book. Where The Wild Things Are
  • 24. The End by Bryon
  • 25. The End by Bryon
  • 26. Shape FUN by Destiny Grade 5 Miss Kruming 3 rdPlace
  • 27. Shape FUN by Destiny Grade 5Miss Kruming
  • 28. These are houses.
  • 29. Balloon shapes are everywhere.
  • 30. This is a cool car
  • 31. This is a snowman
  • 32. This is ice cream.
  • 33. This is the moon.
  • 34. They are best buddies.
  • 35. The End by Destiny
  • 36. The End by Destiny
  • 37. Technology Standards"ISTE Standards For Students”III.Technology Productivity Tools •A.Students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity. •B.Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, prepare publications, and produce other creative works.
  • 38. CitationsLaunch Lesson:• Worcester, Tammy. "Circle Challenge." 50 Quick & Easy PowerPoint Activities. Eugene, OR: Visions Technology in Education, 2003. 65-66. Print.National Educational Technology Standards• "ISTE | 1998 Standards For Students." ISTE | Home. Web. 31 Aug. 2010. <http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NETS/ForStud ents/1998Standards/NETS_for_Students
  • 39. For Viewing Our Digital Stories From, Javaughn – 4th Grade Bryon – 6th Grade Destiny – 4th GradeMrs. Reba Gordon Matthews, Supervising Teacher

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