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50 ways to use DE Streaming created especially for a district with access to very few Web 2.0 tools. Focuses on assets other than just video clips.

50 ways to use DE Streaming created especially for a district with access to very few Web 2.0 tools. Focuses on assets other than just video clips.

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  • 1. 50 WAYS AND BEYOND
    • Get the most out of DE streaming
  • 2. Introductions
    • F2F Name: Patti Duncan
    • Online Alias: yoyosciteach
    • Wiki: http://techiescitchr.wikispaces.com
    • Email: duncanpatti@netzero.net
  • 3. A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS – USING IMAGES
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • Create Writing Prompts
    • “ Scramble and Write”
    • “ Finish the Story”
    • Embed Images into interactive review games
    • Students use images in slide show presentations
    • Incorporate into “notes” in Power point or Smart Board
  • 6. “ SCRAMBLE AND WRITE”
    • Search for images along a specific theme
  • 7.
    • Choose three or four, print, laminate and cut up
    Students can put images into any order they wish… then write a story based on the order
  • 8. “ FINISH THE STORY” Put students into groups of 3 or 4… Give each student a different picture Instruct students not to show others in the group their picture… Each student starts to write a story based on their picture….
  • 9. When the teacher says “switch” students pass their stories to the right and pick up the story that is handed to them….
  • 10. Each time the story switches to the next student… it changes.
  • 11. By the end of the lesson each group has produced 4 different stories based on the same 4 pictures...
  • 12. REVIEW GAMES Click here to get PPT Review Games
  • 13. Who is….. ???
  • 14. Nucleus Vacuole Mitochondria “ NOTES” or “SMARTBOARDS”
  • 15. LISTENING AS ART – USING AUDIO, SONGS AND SOUND EFFECTS
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  • 17. Audio
    • Background for original digital stories
    • Anticipatory Set / Review
    • Read-A-Long
    • “ Tell me a story”
    • Load onto MP3 players for students who need “help” while reading
    • Use “audio vocabulary” from Lesson Plans in Library
  • 18.  
  • 19. Read Along
  • 20. Download the audio file and upload to MP3 player for student to listen to at home… on bus… while others are reading silently
  • 21. Story Time
  • 22. Lesson Plan Library
  • 23.  
  • 24. Using Songs Download the song (right-click, “save target as” on PC or ctl + click on Mac) and insert it into your PowerPoint, Inspiration map, Word Doc, etc.
  • 25.
    • Use as an anticipatory set
    • Help students learn concepts by singing song together
    • Help students study (MP3)
    • Play “Karyoke”
    Songs
  • 26. When students ask… what are we doing today? ….
  • 27. Singing together to get the concept….
  • 28. Upload MP3 files to computer center or MP3 player so students can “study”
  • 29. Learning a different language or helping the ESL student…
  • 30. Use “Sound Effects” to set the mood, emphasize a point, or as background for a digital story
  • 31. SPEAK THEIR LANGUAGE – EMBEDDING MEDIA
  • 32. Videos and Video Segments
  • 33. Videos and Video Segments
  • 34. Videos and Video Segments
    • Use a video as an anticipatory set or warm up prompt (build interest)
    • Use videos for remediation or extension learning
    • Strip the audio and have students develop their own voiceover narration
    • Use the videos as raw material for digital stories (iMovie. Movie Maker, Adobe Premier, etc.)
  • 35. Embed Media into Inspiration 8
  • 36. Multimedia Presentations
    • Embedding media into PPT
      • Hyperlinking
      • Embedding
      • Embedding Media AND a Player (Windows)
    • http://jdorman.wikispaces.com/MSOffice
  • 37. Embedding Media – PPT for Mac
  • 38. Embedding In PPT (Windows) http://jdorman.wikispaces.com/MSOffice
  • 39. Really Embedding Media – PPT 97/2003 1. Go to your tool bar and click on the word “ View ” 2. Click on Toolbars and then Control Tool Box This will bring up a box that looks like this:
  • 40. Really Embedding continued 3. Click on the Hammer And Wrench Icon 4. Scroll down and choose Windows Media Player This will change your cursor to a + symbol – Giving you the ability to draw a box
  • 41. Really Embedding continued
    • 5. Draw a box and then right-click on the box and choose Properties
  • 42. Almost there…
    • 6. Click inside the blank box next to the box titled ( Custom) and then click on the three little dots
  • 43. Finding the video
    • 7. Click on the Browse button to find the video that you want to embed, then check the Stretch to fit button and then click on the OK button
  • 44. TAKING IT GLOBAL WITH ATLAS
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  • 48. TYING IT ALL TOGETHER WITH THEMATIC FOCUS
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  • 52. “ IT’S YOUR BIRTHDAY” – USING CALENDAR
  • 53.  
  • 54. VISUALIZE THE NARRATION – CLOSED CAPTIONING
  • 55. Closed Captioning
    • To help students who are hearing impaired
    • To help ELL students
    • To help struggling readers
    • To emphasize a grammar or vocabulary lesson
    • To use in combination with a writing exercise
    • To reinforce a concept
  • 56. Closed Captioning Log into DE streaming and click on the Advanced Search link Scroll down and click in the box next to “Include only Closed Captioned Titles”
  • 57. Downloading a Closed Captioned Movie
    • First right-click on the blue download icon, choose “Save Target As” and then place it in a folder on your computer
    • Then repeat the process, this time right-clicking on the “CC” icon
    • Adjust the CC settings within your Windows Media Player – CC settings
  • 58.
    • Font Size
      • Open the CC file in a text editing program like Wordpad or Notepad
      • Locate the line of code that indicates “font size”
      • Increase the font size from 10 to 30 (or whatever you prefer)
      • Save the CC file
  • 59. CC 10 pt 30 pt
  • 60. CC
  • 61. Great PD from DE
  • 62. Integrating DE streaming
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