Using Oral Recordings for Reflection in English (with video)

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  • Introduction to my background\n\n
  • Stuart - the way the meaning in generated - looking at the how meaning is shown this “the graphic novels” frames. Thematic meaning or charactisation, addition visual ways that this is presented. Key to go about looking for this ideas. \nAllusions to hidden subliminal - snow = timeless and white. Because all these ideas are visual needed a different way for students to show analysis and thinking. comparing disparate parts of the book. - picking up on different images that are scattered through the book. Easier with text than a frame.\n
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  • Using Oral Recordings for Reflection in English (with video)

    1. 1. Using oral recordings for deep analysis in EnglishCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
    2. 2. Trialling LanSchool as a way of seeing student progress LanSchool
    3. 3. Using a combination of inbuilt camera and Skitch annotation students could develop their thinking
    4. 4. Bringing the analysis together.... Arranging Narration Adding some images from the in Keynote to annotations to the graphic novel that analyse the chosen images to highlight highlighted the theme and the analysis themes imagesCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
    5. 5. Reflections..

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