Statement of ProblemCCSS has changed curriculum:RL.5.7 Analyze how visual and multimedia elementscontribute to the meaning...
Traditional PoetryAuthor relies on WORDS to create meaning first andimages, sounds, and motions second.Written on paper an...
Digital Poetry• Author relies on images, sounds, and motionsto create meaning first and words second.• Written on the comp...
Purpose of Digital Poetry
Benefits Free Easier than iMovie Cloud storage Novel way to conveymeaning by combining textwith visual, audio, andspat...
WAVESWaves, waves, how are you?YAY, YAY, wish, wash, waves arefun. But at night everythingis fun until…..SPLASH!!!waves in...
WOLF PAINTINNGSwish, SwashDot, spotA picture being paintedthe painting of majestic wolves.Drip, drop of a wet paint brush....
A Calm Evening By The ShoreCaww!Caww!Seagulls by the shore.Splash!Splash!Waves crashing on shore.Dip!Dip!Kids ploping thei...
17142022-238131823Reading WritingBefore Intervention After InterventionSummary of Findingso Students‟ perceptions:o Readin...
SOFTWAREBEGINNER - PowerPointOne slide to several slidesAVERAGE – Animoto.comImages, words, and musicEXPERT – iMovieUse te...
REFLECTBefore - Pique their curiosityIntroduce yourself or a conceptDuring - Grab their attentionScience VerseAfter - Tuto...
Dream LandThe fluff of a pillowThe light of the moonThe noise from a TVThe darkness loomsThe words from a bookThe purr of ...
Dream LandThe fluff of a pillowThe light of the moonThe noise from a TVThe darkness loomsThe words from a bookThe purr of ...
HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first w...
HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first w...
HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first w...
HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first w...
It’s coldIt’s cold!I can’t get warm,I’ve drunk a gallon of hot chocolate.I think I’ll put snow boots on,And sit around in ...
It’s coldIt’s cold!I can’t get warm,I’ve drunk a gallon of hot chocolate.I think I’ll put snow boots on,And sit around in ...
Pets and Parentscan be soft,can be sweet,can cheer you up,can make you sad,can rip your clothes,can boss you „round,can be...
Pets and Parentscan be soft, can be sweet, cancheer you up, can make yousad, can rip your clothes, canboss you „round, can...
Pets and ParentsPets and Parentscan be soft,can be sweet,can cheer you up,can make you sad,can rip your clothes,can boss y...
GrandmaMy Grandma loves to cook Italian:manicotti, veal cutlet parmesan,Crusty bread like you‟ve never had.Over the years ...
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CREATEReading – booktrailers, vocab, retelling, summarize, visualizesetting,Writing – prompts, process writing (how to was...
Check out my youtube channel to seeexamples of video-based projects!www.youtube.com/juliebwise
Further ResearchExpose students to multi-modal tools.As a readerAs a writerMultimodal Composition ProcessPaper to screenSc...
DiscussionWhat video-based environments have you alreadyestablished?How could you use digital poetry in your classroomas a...
ReferencesCurwood, J. and Cowell, L. (2011). iPoetry: Creating Space for New Literacies in theEnglish Curriculum. Journal ...
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Is poetry instruction still relevant in a time when we are preparing students for high-stakes testing in school while we read and write on cell phones, iPads, and laptops out of school? According to this study, the answer is, “Yes.” Digital poetry bridges new literacy skills with traditional poetry instruction in a collaborative environment. Any opportunities educators can build a bridge between out of school and in school literacies could increase student motivation and engagement to learn. I am confident that the affordances of digital poetry instruction can provide the collaborative digital environment students’ desire while meeting the academic demands of the CCSS.

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  • Three purposesLiteracy is socially mediated (Lankshear & Knobel, 2007))Multimodal composition (Bezemer & Kress, 2012)Technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge (Koehler, & Mishra,2009).
  • Students were anxious about typing. We were afraid it would hinder ideas so started on paper then moved to screen. Example of draft
  • Started with soundMoved to imageSuggested movement
  • Started with imageSoundMovement
  • Started with Word placementThen MovementFinally image
  • Bird #1: RL5.7Increased motivation to analyze peer poems (valued peer opinion)Bird #2: W.5.6 Improved generation & revision skills+ collaborative environment (shared and sought)- Increased instruction timeOne Stone: SL.5.5Increased engagement in analyzing and writing poetryAfforded struggling writers to become experts (show case digital skills)+ preferred multimedia compositionPreferred to read poem from pageTyping skills
  • Goal is to improve your instruction
  • Reading – book trailers, vocab, retelling, summarize, visualize setting, Writing – prompts, process writing (how to wash hands), build an argument, digital poetry, digital story tellingHistory – timelines, biographies, amendments, bill of rights, regions of the usMath – order of operations, solve a problem, present a new formula, word problemsScience – weather, experiments, scientific method, periodic chart, chemical vs physical changes,Teacher – introductions, back to school night, field trips, class trips, highlight student achivements
  • Despite the widespread adoption of CCSS, little is known about the most effective ways to use digital texts and media for educational purposes. Results from this study found three recommendations for .
  • What are some ideas you have for using digital poetry in your classroom?What are some ways students could use Animoto to show what they know?
  • Choose these to references because they offered the most helpful information for classroom teachersTutorial - http://animoto.com/play/4mlDVdeH1bwej2J1OHk4CQ Too easy/Too hard - http://animoto.com/play/P2OWaM0O1UwxdLA61AfP4g Vocabulary - http://animoto.com/play/4ITD7yVV3ioi420FP1onIw
  • Digital Poetry

    1. 1. Statement of ProblemCCSS has changed curriculum:RL.5.7 Analyze how visual and multimedia elementscontribute to the meaning, tone or beautify of a text(e.g., multimedia presentation of poem).W.5.6 Use technology to produce and publish writing aswell as to interact and collaborate with others;demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skillsto type a minimum of two pages in a single sitting.SL.5.5 Include multimedia components(e.g., graphics, sound) and visual displays inpresentationsTechnology has changed the:definition of literacycomposition process
    2. 2. Traditional PoetryAuthor relies on WORDS to create meaning first andimages, sounds, and motions second.Written on paper and read in a book.
    3. 3. Digital Poetry• Author relies on images, sounds, and motionsto create meaning first and words second.• Written on the computer and read online.
    4. 4. Purpose of Digital Poetry
    5. 5. Benefits Free Easier than iMovie Cloud storage Novel way to conveymeaning by combining textwith visual, audio, andspatial modes Differentiate process andproduct to meet a widerange of learning profiles Facilitate criticalthinking, collaborations, andresearch skills Increase media literacyChallenges Time to learn software Access Music & pictures aren‟t alwaysrelevant Can‟t control time betweenslides Need permission if using studentpictures Time to process video
    6. 6. WAVESWaves, waves, how are you?YAY, YAY, wish, wash, waves arefun. But at night everythingis fun until…..SPLASH!!!waves in the air and on theground, they splash and splish.but everything is fun,wish, wash, splish, splosh,waves are fun whenyou believe in fun. But everythingyou love goes awayreally, really, fast.splish, splosh, wish, wash.
    7. 7. WOLF PAINTINNGSwish, SwashDot, spotA picture being paintedthe painting of majestic wolves.Drip, drop of a wet paint brush.Scribble, scrabbleof paint drying,poke, stroke imagining a wild and freewolf running in the picture.Staring… then three more appear1… 2…3…. FINISH! The beauty of thesepaintings, they might still be wetbut I still LOVE them!!!!
    8. 8. A Calm Evening By The ShoreCaww!Caww!Seagulls by the shore.Splash!Splash!Waves crashing on shore.Dip!Dip!Kids ploping their feet in the cold water.Wishhh!Wishhh!Salty wind in my face.Ha!Ha!Laughter rings in my ears.Twoo!Twoo!Whistles in the same rhythmThe constant ROAR of rides.A calm evening by the shore.
    9. 9. 17142022-238131823Reading WritingBefore Intervention After InterventionSummary of Findingso Students‟ perceptions:o Reading: increased engagement inanalysiso Writing: improved generation processo Revision: enhanced peer reviewo Teacher‟s perceptions:o Provided an alternative methodo Struggling students became expertso Shift from direct instruction to facilitator
    10. 10. SOFTWAREBEGINNER - PowerPointOne slide to several slidesAVERAGE – Animoto.comImages, words, and musicEXPERT – iMovieUse templates and check lists
    11. 11. REFLECTBefore - Pique their curiosityIntroduce yourself or a conceptDuring - Grab their attentionScience VerseAfter - Tutor support (QR Codes)Review a class, text, or a unit
    12. 12. Dream LandThe fluff of a pillowThe light of the moonThe noise from a TVThe darkness loomsThe words from a bookThe purr of a catLaying in my betI stretch out real flatMy eyes getting heavyAs much as they canI start to snoreAnd fall into Dream Land
    13. 13. Dream LandThe fluff of a pillowThe light of the moonThe noise from a TVThe darkness loomsThe words from a bookThe purr of a catLaying in my betI stretch out real flatMy eyes getting heavyAs much as they canI start to snoreAndFALLintoDreamLand
    14. 14. HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first word we ever said to each other,Hello was the best 2 syllable word,And then after Hello,We both thought the same thing,The same 4 words.It rang a bell I my head….LOVEATFIRSTSIGHT!Breezy Harris
    15. 15. HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first word we ever said to each other,Hello was the best 2 syllable word,And then after Hello,We both thought the same thing,The same 4 words.It rang a bell I my head….LOVEATFIRSTSIGHT!Breezy Harris
    16. 16. HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first word we ever said to each other,Hello was the best 2 syllable word,And then after Hello,We both thought the same thing,The same 4 words.It rang a bell I my head….LOVEATFIRSTSIGHT!Breezy Harris
    17. 17. HelloHe ran this same track,On the same days,Somehow him and I met,For what seems like 100 years ago.Hello was the first word we ever said to each other,Hello was the best 2 syllable word,And then after Hello,We both thought the same thing,The same 4 words.It rang a bell I my head….LOVEATFIRSTSIGHT!Breezy Harris
    18. 18. It’s coldIt’s cold!I can’t get warm,I’ve drunk a gallon of hot chocolate.I think I’ll put snow boots on,And sit around in the sun.It’s cold!My back is freezing,I have ice hanging from my ears.I think I’ll put another layer on,And sit around in that.It’s cold!I’ve tried electric heaters,And ward showers and hot tubs.I think I’ll put a fourth layer on,And sit around like a marshmallow.IT’S STILL COLD!Darren Sciortino
    19. 19. It’s coldIt’s cold!I can’t get warm,I’ve drunk a gallon of hot chocolate.I think I’ll put snow boots on,And sit around in the sun.It’s cold!My back is freezing,I have ice hanging from my ears.I think I’ll put another layer on,And sit around in that.It’s cold!I’ve tried electric heaters,And warm showers and hot tubs.I think I’ll put a fourth layer on,And sit around like a marshmallow.IT’S STILL COLD!Darren Sciortino
    20. 20. Pets and Parentscan be soft,can be sweet,can cheer you up,can make you sad,can rip your clothes,can boss you „round,can be hard work,or make you frown,could be small,could be heavy,can make you want,to go away.Jumpy, cheery, warm sometimes.Other times, they are sour like limes.Although, I cannot come to thinkmy world would be betterwithout them.Mary PricePets and Parents
    21. 21. Pets and Parentscan be soft, can be sweet, cancheer you up, can make yousad, can rip your clothes, canboss you „round, can be hardwork, or make you frown, couldbe small, could be heavy, canmake you want, to go away.Jumpy, cheery, warm sometimes.Other times, they are sour likelimes.Although, I cannot come to thinkmy world would be betterwithout them.
    22. 22. Pets and ParentsPets and Parentscan be soft,can be sweet,can cheer you up,can make you sad,can rip your clothes,can boss you „round,can be hard work,or make you frown,could be small,could be heavy,can make you want,to go away.Jumpy, cheery, warm sometimes.Other times, they are sour like limes.Although, I cannot come to thinkmy world would be betterwithout them.Mary Price
    23. 23. GrandmaMy Grandma loves to cook Italian:manicotti, veal cutlet parmesan,Crusty bread like you‟ve never had.Over the years she‟s cut so much garlicThe smell is soaked foreverInto her warped cutting board.Now she‟s losing her memory.But she still remembersThe summer I was three.“You loved to play with the garden hoseBut you kept turning around to say:DON‟T SHUT IT OFF, GRANDMA!”She nods off while we‟re talking,The skin on her hands so whiteIt could almost be made from clouds.I slide a pillow behind her head,Wrap the old blue blanket around her,Whisper: Don‟t shut it off, Grandma.Ralph Fletcher
    24. 24. SHARE
    25. 25. CREATEReading – booktrailers, vocab, retelling, summarize, visualizesetting,Writing – prompts, process writing (how to washhands), build an argument, digital poetry, digitalstory tellingHistory –timelines, biographies, amendments, bill ofrights, regions of the usMath – order of operations, solve aproblem, present a new formula, word problemsScience – weather, experiments, scientificmethod, periodic chart, chemical vs physicalchangesTeacher – introductions, back to schoolnight, field trips, class trips, highlight studentachievements
    26. 26. Check out my youtube channel to seeexamples of video-based projects!www.youtube.com/juliebwise
    27. 27. Further ResearchExpose students to multi-modal tools.As a readerAs a writerMultimodal Composition ProcessPaper to screenScreen onlyTechnology Pedagogy KnowledgeHow do teachers plan for AnimotoAccess to software and devices
    28. 28. DiscussionWhat video-based environments have you alreadyestablished?How could you use digital poetry in your classroomas an entry point into the genre?Why would multimodal composition be effective inteaching a poetry?
    29. 29. ReferencesCurwood, J. and Cowell, L. (2011). iPoetry: Creating Space for New Literacies in theEnglish Curriculum. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. 55(2), 110 – 120.Dalton, B. (2012). Multimodal Composition and the Common Core State Standards. TheReading Teacher, 66(4), 333-339.McVerry, J. G. (2007). Power of Posting Poetry: Teaching New Literacies. Language ArtsJournal of Michigan, 20(1) 52 – 56.Morgan, H. (2013) Technology in the Classroom: Creating Videos Can Lead Students toMany Academic Benefits Childhood Education (January 2013), 89 (1), pg. 51-53.Hughes, J. & Dymoke, S. (2011). “Wiki-Ed Poetry”: Transforming preservice teachers’preconceptions about poetry and poetry teaching. Journal of Adolescent & AdultLiteracy, 55(1) 46 – 56.Stuart, D. (2010). Cin(E)-Poetry: Engaging the digital generation in 21st century response.Voices in the Middle, 17(3) 27 – 35.Wickline, K (2011). Bringing Lessons to Life with Animoto.http://www.readwritethink.org/professional-development/strategy-guides/bringing-lessons-life-with-30885.html

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