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This was one of my presentations given at the recent Teach IT conference in Singapore. November 2011. For more resources see here - http://teachit2011.uwcsea.wikispaces.net/Workshop_03

This was one of my presentations given at the recent Teach IT conference in Singapore. November 2011. For more resources see here - http://teachit2011.uwcsea.wikispaces.net/Workshop_03

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  • Introduction to my background\n- Digital Literacy Coach - HS Economics/Geography Teacher\n- IB Examiner, blog author - focus on instructional techniques. \n
  • From students thoughts -> writing is very difficult. \n- auditory learners, visual learners, ESOL students all struggle\n- but assessment is written \n- so getting there eventually is soo important\n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • My worksheets were amazing.. too easy for students to copy answer from the text.\nMetacognition... but do they really understand...?\nCould they explain it - make conceptual links to real world examples?\n
  • using story board as guide - see economics example\nWhy is it important to use a StoryBoard - content is more important that the product, need to prepare element before building product.\n
  • Developing a storyboard... such and important part\nCan be developed collaboratively or individual\nPre-production sign off... \nBest way to manage the projects. \n
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  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
  • Typical structure of writing that students require in Economics\nMost subjects have some template for exams\nHelp students up the ladder in lots of different ways. \n
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  • Leave up on projector - link to wiki.\n
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  • 1. using movie tools to support writing developmentCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
  • 2. Developing vocabulary and definitions
  • 3. Developing analytical structure Developing vocabulary and definitions
  • 4. Evaluative Skills Developing analytical structure Developing vocabulary and definitions
  • 5. Examples and Case Studies Evaluative Skills Developing analytical structure Developing vocabulary and definitions
  • 6. Scene 1: Introducing exampleScene 2: Describing conceptsScene 3: Explaining theoryScene 4: Analyzing exampleScene 5: Evaluating theory
  • 7. 1 2 3
  • 8. 1 2 3Developingstoryboard
  • 9. 1 2 3Developing Creating moviestoryboard
  • 10. 1 2 3Developing Creating movie Writing essaystoryboard
  • 11. Developing vocabulary and definitions
  • 12. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economy
  • 13. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economyDeveloping analytical structure
  • 14. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economy This indicates that a tightening monetary policy is a reasonableDeveloping analytical measure to steer the economy. In this policy, the ECB will increase interest rates in order to promote saving and discourage structure borrowing. This should lead to a decrease in Germany’s aggregate demand and hence decrease the country’s GDP.
  • 15. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economy This indicates that a tightening monetary policy is a reasonableDeveloping analytical measure to steer the economy. In this policy, the ECB will increase interest rates in order to promote saving and discourage structure borrowing. This should lead to a decrease in Germany’s aggregate demand and hence decrease the country’s GDP. Evaluative Skills
  • 16. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economy This indicates that a tightening monetary policy is a reasonableDeveloping analytical measure to steer the economy. In this policy, the ECB will increase interest rates in order to promote saving and discourage structure borrowing. This should lead to a decrease in Germany’s aggregate demand and hence decrease the country’s GDP. On the other hand, controlling interest rates is considered to be the most effective way of managing aggregate demand and also the Evaluative Skills best to combat inflation. Since in Germany the inflation rate exceeds the ECB’s target of ‘close to but below 2 percent’ it is necessary to take action. Lastly, there is always a time lag between the implementation of a policy and the showing of first changes in the real life situation. Even though this span of time is relatively short compared to, for example, fiscal policies that try to steer the economy by adjusting government spending. As interest rates affect both individuals and companies immediately, they will consider redistributing the spending of their disposable income quite soon.
  • 17. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economy This indicates that a tightening monetary policy is a reasonableDeveloping analytical measure to steer the economy. In this policy, the ECB will increase interest rates in order to promote saving and discourage structure borrowing. This should lead to a decrease in Germany’s aggregate demand and hence decrease the country’s GDP. On the other hand, controlling interest rates is considered to be the most effective way of managing aggregate demand and also the Evaluative Skills best to combat inflation. Since in Germany the inflation rate exceeds the ECB’s target of ‘close to but below 2 percent’ it is necessary to take action. Lastly, there is always a time lag between the implementation of a policy and the showing of first changes in the real life situation. Even though this span of time is relatively short compared to, for example, fiscal policies that try to steer the economy by adjusting government spending. As interest rates affect both individuals and companies immediately, they will consider redistributing the spending of their disposable income quite soon. Examples and Case Studies
  • 18. Interest rates are the factor reward households gain from savingDeveloping vocabulary money in a bank and also the financial cost for borrowing from a and definitions bank. Inflation is generally defined as a persistent increase in the average price level in the economy This indicates that a tightening monetary policy is a reasonableDeveloping analytical measure to steer the economy. In this policy, the ECB will increase interest rates in order to promote saving and discourage structure borrowing. This should lead to a decrease in Germany’s aggregate demand and hence decrease the country’s GDP. On the other hand, controlling interest rates is considered to be the most effective way of managing aggregate demand and also the Evaluative Skills best to combat inflation. Since in Germany the inflation rate exceeds the ECB’s target of ‘close to but below 2 percent’ it is necessary to take action. Lastly, there is always a time lag between the implementation of a policy and the showing of first changes in the real life situation. Even though this span of time is relatively short compared to, for example, fiscal policies that try to steer the economy by adjusting government spending. As interest rates affect both individuals and companies immediately, they will consider redistributing the spending of their disposable income quite soon. In order to combat the recession resulting from the worldwide Examples and Case financial crisis in the late 2000s the European Central Bank (ECB) Studies has kept interest rates at a record low of 1 percent since May 2009. Now, the German inflation rate is seen steady at 2.1 percent which led the ECB to signal that it will raise interest rates.
  • 19. green screen video transitions text subtitlesWhat technical aspects of film making are important? simple narrative audio still images interview video
  • 20. THINGS TO TRY WITH KEYNOTE• Creating a slide• Adding a picture• Adding some text• Adding an animation• Recording Keynote• Exporting as Quicktime Movie• Recording movies in PhotoBooth• Green Screen Recordings
  • 21. Sources: Developing writing skills using iMovie Andrew McCarthy ajmccarthynz.wordpress.com Student Writing Exemplar Konstantin Berling - ISS International School, Singapore Using Keynote for Simple Movies Andrew McCarthy - UWCSEA, Singapore Digital Ideas to support the ESOL studentCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg