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Miranda Doyle

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    • Miranda Doyle San Francisco Unified School District
      • One True Media (onetruemedia.com) or jaycut.com
      • One True Media – Denzil’s video
      • (msdoyle03@gmail.com)‏
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      • Assign report in comic strip form
      • Show a comic strip and have students “write” it – describe setting, characters, use dialogue
      • Have students turn a scene from a novel or story, or a concept in a science/social studies text, into a comic strip
      • Have students write and illustrate an original comic strip or comic book
      • Other ideas
      • http://tarheelreader.org/write-a-book/write-a-book-1/
      • Login msdoyle, school password
      • Khalen’s book
      • http://tarheelreader.org/2009/11/23/wwe-wrestlers/
      • Alice’s book
      • http://tarheelreader.org/2009/11/19/what-is-so-funny/
      • “ Book trailers” – like movie trailers but for books
      • Research reports using text and photos
      • Poetry – alternate line of poetry with an image that adds meaning
      • Personal narratives; tell a digital story (see Streetside Stories for examples)‏
      • Illustrate a science concept with words and drawings/pictures
      • Dramatize a historical event
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      • Write poetry
      • Learn about alliteration, metaphors, similes, onomatopoeia, etc.
      • Get story ideas – use words as story or sentence starters
      • Sort words: nouns, verbs, adjectives
      • Write concrete poems or haiku
      • Other?
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      • Make a picture book
      • Summarize a plot in pictures
      • Make a drawing to illustrate a report
      • Make a sympathy or congratulatory card for a character in a book
      • Draw a picture to convey the tone or mood of a book or poem
      • Make an instruction manual for operating a piece of equipment (7 th grade standard)‏
      • Other?
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      • Teach information literacy, i.e. the Tree Octopus – how images can be manipulated
      • Have students create fantasy creatures/images to study different genres of fiction
      • Lessons on advertising and the use of images
      • Edit photos for picture books or other projects
      • Other?
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      • Teach a lesson on appropriate fonts for different purposes (formal vs. informal)‏
      • Learn about fonts and writing styles through the ages
      • Okay, this is mostly just for fun!
      • Other?
    • http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/msdoyle7
      • Have students brainstorm together from different locations/classrooms/labs
      • Save ideas from a day’s worth of classes
      • Use for group projects
      • Have students sign up for topics while in the computer lab or library
      • Use for Think Pair Share activity so that all partners can share
      • Other?
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      • Contests and competitions
      • “ Free time”, but limit students to learning games on your web site
      • Typing games to improve typing speed and also word recognition
      • Other?
    • 1. Comics http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/comic/index.html http://superherosquad.marvel.com/create_your_own_comic http://www.scholastic.com/captainunderpants/comic.htm http://www.toondoo.com (requires registration/email address)‏ 2. Books/Writing Tools http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/make-your-own/story-maker Make sentences -- http://membres.distributel.net/~redeemed7/firstday/firstday_main.html Write it! -- http://teacher.scholastic.com/writeit/ 3. Videos http://www.jaycut.com (requires registration)‏ 4. Animation http://www.fluxtime.com 5. Poetry Instant Poetry Forms: http://ettcweb.lr.k12.nj.us/forms/newpoem.htm http://www.poetry4kids.com/modules.php?name=Games&op=display_game&game=WordMagnets http://www.magpo.com/play.asp
    • 6. Art http://www.jacksonpollock.org/ http://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/zone.htm http://www.wiiplayable.com/playgame.php?gameid=230 http://artpad.art.com/artpad/painter/ http://www.zefrank.com/snm/index.html 7. Photo editing http://www.picnik.com/ http://www.lunapic.com/editor/ 8. Graffiti http://graffiti.playdo.com/ http://www.graffwriter.com/ http://www.graffitigen.com/
    • 9. Work together http://www.dabbleboard.com/draw http://cosketch.com/ http://www.imaginationcubed.com/ http://www.stixy.com/ 10. Games See my word games link at msdoyle.info https://mlk-sfusd-ca.schoolloop.com/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1275747825028