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Digital Storytelling doesn't have to be complicated. In fact, you may be surprised at how easy it can be! Jennifer Gingerich breaks it down for you and shows how you and your students can achieve ...

Digital Storytelling doesn't have to be complicated. In fact, you may be surprised at how easy it can be! Jennifer Gingerich breaks it down for you and shows how you and your students can achieve incredible results using tools you most likely have access to already!

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  • 1. Making MoviesMade SimplePresentation materials available atTechnology Integration Made Simplehttps://sites.google.com/site/edtechsimpleVideos available at you tube channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/JennifergingerichJennifer GingerichEducational Technology Trainer & CoachProviding Dynamic Staff Developmentjennifergingerich@mac.com
  • 2. What is the biggestbenefit to MakingMovies in theclassroom?What is the biggesthurdle to makingmovies in theclassroom?Think About It
  • 3. Biggest Benefits to Making Movies in the Classroom
  • 4. Biggest Hurdles to Making Movies in the Classroom
  • 5. ‣Story‣Paragraph‣Sentence‣WordScaffoldProject
  • 6. Projects PossibilitiesDigital PoetryDigital RiddleHistoricalDocumentaryFast FictionDigital Report -VoiceoverVocabularyVideoPaper SlideVideoMusicVideo
  • 7. ‣Photos‣Text‣Music‣Voice‣Video‣EffectsScaffold Skills
  • 8. Use a Digital KitPhotos MusicSounds Web SitesCitationsVideo Segments*Distribute via thumb drive, CD, shared folder, PicasaWeb Album
  • 9. Movie Creation ToolsMacGarage Band iMovie KeynotePCPhotoStory Movie Maker PowerPointWebXtraNormal VoiceThreadiPadAnimoto ShowMe EduCreations Video Camera
  • 10. 4 First Photo ProjectsHistoricalDocumentaryStudents take on a role in history andtell a first person account of an event.Use a mix of “aged and staged” studentphotos and primary source documents.DigitalRiddleStudents give three clues to answer theriddle “What am I?” Use one photo,importing four times. Zoom in for eachclue, and zoom out to reveal answer.DigitalPoemAny form of poetry will do: Haiku, BioPoem, GLAD Chant. Match up withcurriculum or vocabulary. Recordvoices or insert titles.Fast FictionFive photos and five sentences to tell astory or demonstrate a literary device- tone, mood, metaphor, simile,hyperbole, alliteration, onomatopoeia...
  • 11. Gradual Release of ResponsibilityI do...whole class,modelWe do...pairs,structured,timelinesYou do...small groups,roles,independence
  • 12. Written narrative andvoice are crucialTake student photosand apply sepiaUse historical photosand/or primary sourcedocumentsUse Essential andGuiding historicalquestionsHistorical Documentary
  • 13. Oregon Trail Digital Diaries
  • 14. Digital Storiesthe story should come first
  • 15. ...the planning comes second
  • 16. GarageBand Enhanced Podcast1. Gather Photos/Slides in iPhoto 2. Record Narration3.Add Audio Loops:Jingles, Stingers, andSound Effects4.Add Photos/Slides(or even video)5. Export and playin Quicktime
  • 17. PhotoStory 3 Simplicity1. Import and Arrange Photos 2. Add Titles to Photos3. RecordNarration4. Import or CreateBackground Music5. Export toplay in WMP
  • 18. An Immigrant’s Journey
  • 19. Any grade level, anycurriculumUse just one photo!Add the samephoto 4 timesZoom in to matchthe 3 cluesZoom out toreveal answerDigital Riddle
  • 20. 3rd Grade Animal Riddles
  • 21. Middle School Science Riddle
  • 22. Digital PoetryDistribute PhotosWrite poem - haiku,bio poem, etc...Storyboard it ~30 secondsImport PhotosAdd TitlesAdd Sound ~ musicand/or narrationExport and Share
  • 23. Middle School Haiku
  • 24. Created byCitations:32Title:1PHOTOPHOTOPHOTOPHOTOPHOTODigital Poetry
  • 25. Primary G.L.A.D. Poems
  • 26. I Am Poem
  • 27. Focus on literaryelements: tone, mood,metaphor, simile,hyperbole, alliteration,onomatopoeia5 Photos5 SentencesCollect Photos Aheadof TimeFast FictionASuspenseStory
  • 28. Create a Rubric at RubistarAssess across content, writing, and technical categories.
  • 29. 4 First Photo ProjectsHistoricalDocumentaryStudents take on a role in history andtell a first person account of an event.Use a mix of “aged and staged” studentphotos and primary source documents.DigitalRiddleStudents give three clues to answer theriddle “What am I?” Use one photo,importing four times. Zoom in for eachclue, and zoom out to reveal answer.DigitalPoemAny form of poetry will do: Haiku, BioPoem, GLAD Chant. Match up withcurriculum or vocabulary. Recordvoices or insert titles.Fast FictionFive photos and five sentences to tell astory or demonstrate a literary device- tone, mood, metaphor, simile,hyperbole, alliteration, onomatopoeia...
  • 30. 4 FirstVideo ProjectsVoiceoverVideoStudent writes report and records this asthe new soundtrack for a video.MusicVideoStudent groups each act out/lip sync aportion of an educational song. Hint:Check out the Lodge McCammon songsPaper SlideVideoStudents work in groups to create paperslides to explain a concepts and thenrecord a one shot video.VocabularyVideoStudents act out a vocabulary word andsupply a definition using titles.
  • 31. Use editablevideo segmentRemove/MuteAudioWrite ReportRead and RecordReportAdd PersonalElementsDigital Report -Voiceover
  • 32. 1st Grade Animal Report
  • 33. Assign vocabularywordText definition withimageVideo your exampleBrainyFlix.com ~SAT prepVocabularyVideos
  • 34. Middle School Science
  • 35. Assign concept toexplainStudents write scriptCreate paper slidesPRACTICE!TakeVideoPaper SlideVideoshttp://bit.ly/nJpcQ4
  • 36. Download Song &Lyrics iamlodge.comWatch KinestheticLectures or Make upYour Own MovesDivide into groups forverses/chorusPRACTICE!!!TakeVideoMusicVideos by Lodge
  • 37. One Take Science MusicVideoTransverse & Longitudinal Sound Waves
  • 38. Develop GlobalPartnershipsEvaluate - Rubistar Share Locally -Live or EdmodoPost Online -TeacherTube or SchoolTubeWhat Next?
  • 39. • The ______ should come first in digital storytelling.• You can create stories in _______, _______, or evenas a ______ ______.• Use a ________ _____ to collect materials ahead oftime.• ________ types of digital projects and projectcomplexity over the course of the year.• The storytelling project that interests me most is__________ and I would connect it to the my uniton ___________ and assess it by ___________.Reflect & Connect
  • 40. • The ______ should come first in digital storytelling.• You can create stories in _______, _______, or evenas a ______ ______.• Use a ________ _____ to collect materials ahead oftime.• ________ types of digital projects and projectcomplexity over the course of the year.• The storytelling project that interests me most is__________ and I would connect it to the my uniton ___________ and assess it by ___________.Reflect & Connectstorypairs groupswhole classDigital KitScaffold
  • 41. Start Simple...Start Making Movies!Movies available at Teachertube.com under keyword gingerichPresentation materials available atTechnology Integration Made Simplehttp://web.mac.com/jennifergingerichJennifer GingerichEducational Technology Trainer & CoachProviding Dynamic Staff Developmentjennifergingerich@mac.com
  • 42. EdmodoLogin or register (I’m a teacher)Join our group - hokn6mPost and upload a fileReply, Respond, Start a Discussion
  • 43. • Work in pairs, groups, or whole class• Pre-production is the crucial step• Use a Digital Kit for photos and music• Stay together to minimize chaos• Narrow choices and set timer• Tackle one skill/task at a time• Scaffold projects over course of the year• Utilize your Techsperts• One Take OnlyVideosTips for Project Success
  • 44. 4 FirstVideo ProjectsVoiceoverVideoMusicVideoPaper SlideVideoVocabularyVideo
  • 45. 4 First Photo ProjectsHistoricalDocumentaryDigitalRiddleDigitalPoemFast Fiction