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Introducing: School Of Thought, a student-produced TV show. Also, learn about School Of Applied Thought, an integrated cross-curriculum matrix. Contact Mia Morning (SchoolOfThoughtTV@yahoo.com) to ...

Introducing: School Of Thought, a student-produced TV show. Also, learn about School Of Applied Thought, an integrated cross-curriculum matrix. Contact Mia Morning (SchoolOfThoughtTV@yahoo.com) to implement this program in your school! View the student-produced shows instantly: www.ccsdistrict.org/ccstv. Follow us on Twitter: @SchoolThoughtTV.

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School Of Thought 13Nov2012 School Of Thought 13Nov2012 Presentation Transcript

  • A TV show thathighlights the greatthings happening inCanton City Schools.Each episode is amashup of music, art,social media, anddialog, all woventogether to infotain!
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • Show Segments:•The Scoop•iPopping!•The Unviewsual•30 Sec In The Corner•Word On The Street•Sounding Off•Great Things
  • How To Watch:•On Time WarnerCable’s Channel 11(Canton, OH)•Online instantstreaming(www.ccsdistrict.org/ccstv)•On your tablet•On your smartphone
  • And guess what?
  • Students are the cast & crew ! Starring ………………………………… STUDENTS Written by ……………………………… STUDENTS Videographer ………………………..… STUDENTS Directed by …………………………….. STUDENTS Music by ……………………………….. STUDENTS Set Design …………………………….. STUDENTS Lighting ………………………………… STUDENTS Grip …………………………………….. STUDENTS Audio …………………………………… STUDENTS Edited by ………………………………. STUDENTS
  • & here’s the kicker!
  • Students’ work on the show plugs into the ODE curriculum !
  • Which we cal l …
  • How it works …
  • School Of Applied Thought incentivizes academicexcellence through cross-curriculum integration ofstudent-generated content.When students demonstrate the successful application ofcore standards to their work for the show, they earn extracredit in that core course!
  • Take Demarcus, for example…
  • An 11th grader in the Broadcast Media Program,Demarcus is the on-air talent and segmentproducer for The Scoop.His responsibilities… News savvy – having a keen eye for newsworthyevents, stories, and tidbits that apply to the culture andclimate of the viewership. A Researcher – thoroughly navigate accurate andreputable resources for information, data, and newspieces that are relevant to the show’s topic. Articulate – possessing communication skills inspeaking and presenting, using appropriate tonalinflection to convey proper meeting. A Writer – creating written material that conforms tospecified length and style, isolating pertinent details andbalancing the facts with intelligent rhetoric, and MOSTIMPORTANTLY …
  •  A Writer – creating written material that conforms to specified length and style, isolating pertinent details and balancing the facts with intelligent rhetoric, and MOST IMPORTANTLY …… fulfill his English Language Arts Curriculum ! One Script Language Arts Two Classes’ Learning Objectives Met Broadcast Media
  • If his news script proves out these standards… Demarcus’ Script … he will earn extra credit in Language Arts.
  • The “meatier” his script … … the higher his grades in multiple classes ! Broadcast Media Mathematics Social Studies Language Arts
  • … cross-curriculum integration matrix
  • What’s more …
  • In addition, teachers can utilize the shows scripts andproduced media to develop learning assignments forstudents. Demarcus’ use of the word “irrespective”: - Definition - Part of speech
  • It’s all highly customizable for your school or district !
  • Contact:Mia MorningSchoolOfThoughtTV@yahoo.com @SchoolThoughtTV