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