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  • 1. + Books Come to Life: creating trailers, QR Codes, and changing the waystudents see booksby Barbara De Santis & Katie LleraSayreville School District
  • 2. + About us.. Katie Llera Barbara De Santis  Media Specialist at Sayreville  In-class Suppport Technology Middle School Specialist  Admin for the “Great Graphic  STAR Discovery Educator Novels for Teens” committee  Award winning blog  Reviewer for School Library Journal  Editor and President-Elect of the New Jersey Science  Reader for “Garden State Teen Teachers Association Book Awards”
  • 3. + What is a book trailer? Book trailers are just like movie trailers, brief summaries of books.
  • 4. + Why create a book trailer? Visual Learners Ready to go Child or Teen Approved Easily Adjustable
  • 5. + My school  1300 students  Not a one-to-one school  20 iPads  Filtered internet  Not a BYOD
  • 6. + What do I need?  Computer/iPad  QR scanner app or software (all free)  iPad,tablet,webcam, smart phone, iPod touch  Internet access  Imagination
  • 7. + How do I make a trailer? Create your own Borrow from others  iMovie  Scholastic Book Trailers  Animoto  Youtube  Little Bird Tales  Schooltube  Webcam  Video Camera  Glogster
  • 8. + QR….. what?  QR codes or quick response codes  Fast readability  Can be scanned by a  Smartphone  Webcam  iPad
  • 9. + Link QR codes to anything!  Your website  Back to School night/conferences  Videos/trailers  Pathfinders  Guides for projects  Read-a-likes  Updated information for non-fiction
  • 10. + War of the Worlds
  • 11. + Night of the Living Dummy http://vimeo.com/54373209
  • 12. + Wonderful Winter Haiku Poemstp://www.littlebirdtales.com/tales/view/story_id/4652
  • 13. + Mother’s Day video  http://animoto.com/play/BctF9tyZN3lYJpaT1Sou4g? utm_source=discoveryeducation.com&utm_medium=player& utm_campaign=player
  • 14. + Ruined Trailer  http://vimeo.com/54369644
  • 15. Book Trailers are+ not just for fiction.
  • 16. + The other fiction, non-fiction  Link trailers to subjects on History, both non-fiction and historical fiction titles.  Link a Community Service Club activity such as a Breast Cancer Walk to books about Breast Cancer.  Link a trailer of a math project your students worked on to a math book, or display in the classroom  Link to a digital collage that students have made from their art work work to take home.
  • 17. + Thinking outside the box.  Extra-curricular clubs  Advertisements for school events (play)  School video for incoming students  Summer Reading Program  Spelling Bee, Geography bee or more  Great for parents/guardians show casing student work  Board meetings
  • 18. + Summer Reading
  • 19. + Oregon Trail Can we make it? Our journey west.
  • 20. + Making a Trailer
  • 21. +  8 Special Education students with various behavioral issues and learning disabilities.  The class room teacher reviewed the subject matter they had learned through their textbook and a DVDTesting the waters documentary.Our first trailer using iMovie  First created a trailer together as a group.  Then in partners.
  • 22. + Finding content for trailers  student created content  images  editable video through Discovery Education  Reminding students that they are creating their own, unique version.
  • 23. + What did we learn?  Students loved making trailers!  It helped them check their grammar, vocabulary, and use of images.  Partners are great for editing each others work and grammar.  Picked up how to use the technology instantly
  • 24. + Oregon Trail
  • 25. + I have a trailer..now what?  Find a website that creates QR Codes.  Delivr  Kaywa  QRstuff
  • 26. + Delivr
  • 27. + Creating a QR Code
  • 28. + Creating a QR Code
  • 29. + More on QR codes..  Statistics on how many people scan your QR Code.  Youcan edit the URL of the QR Code without altering the QR Code.  You can search devilvr  Group codes together for a project
  • 30. + Creating a scanning station.  Webcam  Computer  QRprogram (Quick Mark)
  • 31. + Can my students do this from home?  Smartphone statistics  31% of those ages 14-17  8% of youth ages 12-13  Webcams are built into most laptopsHorrigan, John. A Typology of Information and Communication Technology Users. Pew Internet & American Life Project, May 6, 2007, http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/213/report_display.asp, accessed on May 10, 2007.
  • 32. + Training your students  Educating students on what a QR code is and how it is going to be used in school  How you can scan it.  What will happen.  Connecting our physical world to the digital for a global impact
  • 33. + Thanks!
  • 34. +  Katie Llera  Katie.Llera@Sayrevillek12.net Follow the library on twitterContact Information @SMSBOELIBRARY  Barbara De SantisConnect to share or ask questions!  Barbara.desantis@Sayrevillek12.net