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Multigenre Elements Possibilities, August 2014 Update

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  • 1. Possibilities for Multigenre Elements August 2014 1. VoiceThread (this could informational or a multimedia work of fiction) 2. PhotoStory created movie 3. a Glogster 4. A Wordpress blog depicting entries from a fictitious vet dealing with the issue (at least 5-10 entries) 5. A Tumblr blog depicting entries from a fictitious vet dealing with the issue (at least 5-10 entries) 6. Skit or “One Act” play related to the issue 7. Found poem 8. Character or issue recipe 9. Artwork –we are looking for original artwork. Please get your art idea approved by Ms. Lester or Ms. Hamilton before beginning. 10. A condensed presentation zen slidedeck with narration (5-10 minutes): here is an example-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94OQr2bNIl8 . You will need Ms. Hamilton’s help if you choose this option. 11. Fictitious veteran FB page created with PPT or Publisher template we provide 12. Prezi presentation 13. Free verse poem (NO RHYMING!) 14. Wordle or Tagxedo (word cloud) 15. Animoto video 16. Group response to a piece of research or reading with a video (Ms. Hamilton can help you create and put the video on YouTube) Skits (manuscript or videoed version) 17. Reader's Theater script 18. Instagram feed (original photography by student related to research topic) 19. Vine video (example here) 20. Smore flyer/poster 21. Infographic (Pictochart, Poplet, etc.) 22. TEDx style talk 23. Pinterest Board 24. Original Song 25. Original Video 26. Original Artworks 27. Comic strip or graphic novel 28. VoiceThread (examples from students are embedded in some of the multigenre projects on this page) 29. Fanfiction 30. Game 31. Fictional blogs crafted with Wordpress or Tumblr 32. An original design relevant to the research project created with a 3D printer (part of our partnership in progress with the Gwinnett County Public Library) 33. Storify storyrelated to research project 34. Six word memoir crafted with Mozilla Thimble (see this article from Edutopia and this article from Mozilla(part of a partnership with the National Writing Project! A fun variation could be a 10 information source memoir-- see this project for inspiration) 35. Fun variations on comics and videoswith Mozilla Thimble 36. A digital "text" crafted with Mozilla Labs Popcorn 37. Paper Circuitry Texts/Compositions (see http://dmlcentral.net/blog/mia-c-zamora/paper-circuitry-illuminates- %E2%80%98writing-making%E2%80%99 ) 38. Student proposed text with approval from teacher