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Multimedia lesson ideas

  1. 1. Multimedia Lesson Ideas Upper School Tech Talk #1 January 6, 2014
  2. 2. Create a Glog Students create a Glog in the target language to explain a current event or theme which is being studied. The Glog includes audio, video, images and text. Sanguino, Alejandra. Cambio Climatico. Edu.glogster.com. 1/2/14.
  3. 3. Slow Motion Analysis of Experiment iMovie icon. Apple, Inc. itunes.apple.com. 1/2/14. In iMovie, you can easily scrub through video clips in slow motion at an appropriate speed, frame by frame. During a physics experiment or science demo, students can record and then slow down footage to find out exactly what is going on.
  4. 4. TimeGlider Students research events from WWII and create an interactive timeline which includes a description of the events, a link to the webpage where they got their information and a picture. Afterwards, students do a critical analysis of the events of the war evaluating their impact on society. World War II Timeline. Author Unknown. http://timeglider.com/timeline/line_9869e3427127a06b261ee24bd72fc169. 1/2/14
  5. 5. Tagxedo Tagxedo is a word cloud creation tool like Wordle, but it allows you to choose a shape for your word cloud. Use Tagxedo to help students understand the full details of a research topic (or article) and the connections it may have to other topics/articles. Students copy and paste the article into Tagxedo to create a tag cloud, study the results and identify the words that appear the most. This information allows students to develop a broader base of understanding about their topic, develop a stronger research question, and find key words to help them research more information about their topic.
  6. 6. Blog Portfolio Students create a blog to showcase and reflect on their best work. The teacher might require that the blog include several different types of writing, a photo essay, a video created by the student and several reflection pieces. Blogger.com Screenshot. Author Unknown. 1/2/14
  7. 7. Claymation or StopMotion Videos Using an iPad camera and iMovie or MovieMaker, students create claymation videos. The videos might express an original story idea or might be used to reinforce concepts learned in other subjects. Guldies. Stop Motion Claymation of Faces. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e5c_1303758754. 1/2/14
  8. 8. 3 Apps to Get Started Videolicious Pic Collage 30 Hands App Icons from iTunes.apple.com. 1/2/14

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