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How can technology support the teaching of
literature?
28 January 2014
Raffaella Fiorini

Presentation for the Living Scho...
motivate the study of literature since
it:
a. makes reading more appealing to
students;
b. facilitates understanding;
c. u...
“A book trailer is a video advertisement
for a book which employs techniques
similar to those of movie trailers to
promote...
It motivates students in the reading of
a particular novel.
 It’s fast and short, a good tool to
arouse students’ curiosi...
Decision making (choice of music,
images..)
 Problem solving
 Websearch skills (to find the material
needed)
 Collabora...
Step 1: reading of the novel
 Step 2: written summary of book
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/...
Enhanced motivation
 Increased interest in literature
 Language improvement
 Reinforcement of social skills


28/01/20...
Teachers can create an online class library
where to store students’ favourite books
and useful tools to enhance understan...
Example shared by Daan Beeke
bit.ly/eriktrailer

28/01/2014

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LSL Webinar: using ICT to teach literature

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  1. 1. How can technology support the teaching of literature? 28 January 2014 Raffaella Fiorini Presentation for the Living Schools Lab webinar http://lsl.eun.org/ (a project by European Schoolnet)
  2. 2. motivate the study of literature since it: a. makes reading more appealing to students; b. facilitates understanding; c. uses tools students are familiar with d. integrates “tradition” with “innovation” 28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  3. 3. “A book trailer is a video advertisement for a book which employs techniques similar to those of movie trailers to promote books and encourage readers” (from wikipedia) 28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  4. 4. It motivates students in the reading of a particular novel.  It’s fast and short, a good tool to arouse students’ curiosity  It can be used for an in-depth analysis of a literary text.  28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  5. 5. Decision making (choice of music, images..)  Problem solving  Websearch skills (to find the material needed)  Collaboration (team work)  Use of correct language  Analysis and synthesis (to highlight the book’s main features)  28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  6. 6. Step 1: reading of the novel  Step 2: written summary of book http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/ cube_creator/ or http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/ storymap  Step 3: Storyboarding http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/storyboarding/o rga.html  Step 4: websearch  Step 5: making of the video http://windows-moviemaker.forumer.it/ or http://animoto.com/  28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  7. 7. Enhanced motivation  Increased interest in literature  Language improvement  Reinforcement of social skills  28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  8. 8. Teachers can create an online class library where to store students’ favourite books and useful tools to enhance understanding http://bibliotecacrhiscappell.altervista.org/  In Italy the use of booktrailers is now widespread and there is currently a booktrailer film festival to which our school’s students have been invited http://www.booktrailerfilmfestival.it/  28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
  9. 9. Example shared by Daan Beeke bit.ly/eriktrailer 28/01/2014 Raffaella Fiorini
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