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  • 1. By: Alicia Asher Elizabeth Chavez Integrating Multimedia as a Too l
  • 2. Integrating Multi-media
      • “ Over the past 200 years, we have seen significant changes in the ways students communicate and how they submit their assignments.” pg.234
  • 3. Examining Multimedia
    • Multimedia-
      • Multimedia is defined in tools such as cell phones, texting, video, computers, however the definition continues to evolve as technology increases.
      • It can be used in various forms in and out of the classroom model, such as:
        • PowerPoint presentations
        • Digital Photography
        • Graphics
        • Digital Video
  • 4. Question #1
    • How can my students use multi-media for their projects?
  • 5. Basic Functions
    • Displays Text
    • Inserts Graphics/Pictures
    • Inserts Video/Create Movies
    • Inserts Sound
    • Inserts Hyperlinks (presentations)
    • Animates Objects (presentations)
  • 6. First Activity
    • Create two columns on a piece of paper and name one side “Paper report” and the other “Multimedia report.” Now list the advantages and disadvantages of using each in your classroom. Discuss.
  • 7. Creating Digital Video
    • Students can create digital video presentations movies they research online or having students create their own movies.
    • Movies require a sequence, and utilizing a script and storyboard to plan sequences allows correlation with
    • storytelling/literacy.
  • 8. Create a Storyboard
    • Individual/Group planning is essential to create less student frustration while utilizing the computer
    • During planning, students create a storyboard,
      • Using sketches on paper
      • Organizing note cards for each slide
  • 9. Activity #2
    • Take a moment to be creative!
    • Think of a short creative script of a movie you know or make one up.
    • Using the Story Board hand out,
    • create your movie.
    • Use crayons and markers to draw a picture that connects to your script.
    • Be prepared to share.
  • 10. Digital Videos/Movies
    • Utilizing programs, such as, iMovie, Windows Movie Maker can bring together a class’s video segments to create a movie.
    • Through the use of the program tools, students can create clips into a movie form with animation, sound, and narration.
  • 11. Creating Presentations
    • Multimedia presentations are the alternative to printed communication
    • Presentations can incorporate:
      • Sound
      • Graphics
      • Animations
      • Video
      • Text
  • 12. Creating Presentations cont…
    • Students should complete two tasks before creating multimedia presentations:
      • Plan the Content
      • Create a Storyboard
    • In planning the content students should refer to the guiding questions:
      • Who is the intended audience?
      • What is the presentation topic?
      • What information will this presentation share?
      • What is the actual purpose or goal of this presentation?
  • 13. Question #2
    • What applications are available for creating a multimedia presentation?
  • 14. Creating a PowerPoint Presentation
    • Approaches…
    • Create an outline in Word
    • Work in outline mode in PowerPoint presentation
    • Type in content on slides
    • Publishing process can help student synthesize ideas as they work through their data and determine what they want to tell others.
  • 15. PowerPoint Presentations
    • Media/Animation/Slide Transitions/Hyperlinks
    • Media
      • Pictures, sounds, music, digital video
    • Animation
      • Attracts attention and explains ideas
      • Use template or create own animation
    • Slide Transitions
      • Simple movements
        • Shadow, Fade out/in, bounce, boomerang
        • Too many transitions in slide show causes viewers too become disinterested
    • Hyperlinks
      • Provide a jump to another document, web page, video within the slide show format
  • 16. Multimedia in the Classroom
    • Students have the opportunity to manipulate multimedia technology with integrated lessons and learn:
      • New content
      • Research/solve problems
      • Discover new relationships among ideas
      • Present information to peers, parents, teachers
      • Generates meaning of the learning concepts
  • 17. Question #3
    • Should teachers place limits on how students use multi-media?
  • 18. Using Multimedia to achieve ISTE NETS for Students
    • Three of the Six NETS for Students are addressed:
      • Creativity and Innovation: Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology.
      • Research and Information Fluency: Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.
      • 6. Technology Operations and Concepts: Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations.
  • 19. Final Activity
    • Go to computers, open Microsoft Power Point.
    • Create a power point on what you have learned about chapter 9.
    • Specify in the power point how you will implement your new knowledge into a classroom.
    • Make sure you have pictures, animations, videos or anything else you can think of.
    • Be creative: see page 242 for animations.
    • Good luck and be ready to present.