Glogster& Roald Dahl<br />Using Glogs to create group <br />book responses<br />
Purpose<br />Use Glogster EDU to create interactive, book-response posters<br />Students will work in groups to create a poster based on the Roald Dahl book which their group has just finished reading<br />Posters will include multimedia elements such as audio, video, text, hyperlinks, and images. <br />
What is Glogster EDU?<br />Glogs are interactive posters which can contain many multimedia elements including: text, audio, video, images, graphics, drawings, and data. <br />Glogster EDU offers features such as:<br />Collaborative class projects<br />Private and safe student environment<br />Class dashboards for teachers and students<br />Student porfolios<br />
Roald dahl book choices<br />James and the Giant Peach<br /> Charlie and the Glass Elevator,<br />Matilda<br /> The BFG<br />Fantastic Mr. Fox<br />Teacher read-aloud- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory<br />
After completing their books in their reading groups, students will view and explore teacher created example of a Glog<br />Charlie and the chocolate factory<br />
Next, students make their own Glogswith their reading groupsFor a quick tutorial on Glogster, View:Glogster in 90 seconds<br />
Photo and information aboutRoald dahl<br />Students can include information about Roald Dahl using text, video, audio or hyperlinks to 3 informative websites. <br />Images shown on next 5 slides are from Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryGlog and are used as examples for students during lesson<br />
Adding other pictures<br />Students will include a picture of their book cover, and at least one other related picture<br />
Add a favorite quote or passage from books<br />Can also include audio file of student(s) reading favorite quote or passage <br />
Top 5 reasons to read this book<br />Add text<br />Or students can add recorded audio file: <br />
Reader response<br />Choose one: <br /><ul><li>Letter from you to a character in the book
Diary entry of one character</li></li></ul><li>Add a comment<br />When all groups have completed their Glogs, each student will write a positive comment or a question about the book on each groups’ Glog. Teacher will also post questions on each group’s Glog. <br />Follow up- each group will respond to questions posted on their Glog. <br />
Why make glogs? <br />Fun!<br />Collaboration<br />Develop creativity<br />Interactive<br />Express knowledge<br />Image source: Glogster EDU<br />Multimedia<br />Ability to publish and share <br />
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