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Digital Storytelling in the L2 Composition Classroom
Ohio TESOL
October 30, 2009

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  • 1. Digital Storytelling in the L2 Composition Classroom
    Joel Bloch
    The Ohio State University
    1
  • 2. What is a Digital Story
    Personal Story
    Images + Text + Music?
    2
  • 3. 3
    New Technologies, Old Questions
    New Kinds of Users
    New kinds of jobs
    New kinds of literacies
  • 4. 4
    Promote new forms of perception?
    Promote deeper forms of learning?
    Promote new relationships with audience?
  • 5. The Uses of Digital Story Telling
    K-12 Curriculum
    University Curriculum
    School/University Identity
    Community Projects
    Writing Instruction
    5
  • 6. Story Types
    6
  • 7. Rhetorical Purposes
    7
  • 8. Center for Digital Storytelling
    Digital Stories at Ohio State
    8
  • 9. Why I am Interested in Digital Stories in the L2 composition classroom
    9
  • 10. The relationship between oral and written speech
    10
  • 11. Gaining a sense of identity in writing
    11
  • 12. The development of multimedia forms of literacy
    12
  • 13. 13
    Integrating elements of various forms of digital literacy
    Movie maker
    Podcasting
    Visual literacy
    Texts
  • 14. 14
    Remix
  • 15. Goals for the use of Digital Stories
    Help develop rhetorical skills for academic writing
    Help understand the nature of digital literacy
    Remix text, images, audio
    Take advantage of an alternative, more oral form of academic writing
    Have a little more fun?
    15
  • 16. Elements of the Writing Process
    Invention
    Creation
    Revision
    Editing
    16
    Publishing
  • 17. Integrating Music with Text/images
    Images  Text
    Text  Images
    Images
    music
    Text
    17
  • 18. Integrating
    Images and text
    18
  • 19. 19
  • 20. Social Process of Writing
    Collaboration through story groups
    Publishing and Sharing
    20
  • 21. Evaluation
    • Learning the creative process through identifying the strengths and weaknesses of others’ work.
    • 22. Collaborating with others to develop their work
    • 23. Being able to evaluate own work
    • 24. Gaining a sense of identity in one’s work.
    21
  • 25. 22
    Transferability???
  • 26. Thinking about Technologies
    23
  • 27. Understanding Copyright and Intellectual Property
    • The citation of intellectual property
    • 28. The concept of fair use
    • 29. The role of open source and Creative Commons
    24
  • 30. Assessment
    How do we evaluate student digital stories?
    How does digital story telling fit into our overall writing curriculum?
    25
  • 31. New Forms of Literacy Divides
    A new kind of digital divide ten years from now will separate those who can use these new media to band together from those who don’t.
    - Howard Rheingold (2003).
    26
  • 32. Research Questions to think about?
    • How does one form of literacy enhance other forms of literacy?
    • 33. Can the rhetorical strategies be transferred from digital story telling to other forms of writing?
    • 34. What does digital story telling tell us about digital literacy?
    • 35. Can digital story telling be taught collaboratively?
    27
  • 36. Some Useful Resources
    Ed Tech Talk
    Digital Storytelling
    Tips and Resources
    Gail Matthews-DeNatale,
    28