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  • Booktalks
    March 24, 2011
  • So what is a Booktalk?
    Booktalks are conversations about stories.
  • You & your students will use story sequence maps to organize story events for booktalks that you will create using slides & audio.
  • Why?
    Booktalks enable students to relate story events in sequence, to perceive structure in literature, and increase comprehension of the literature.
  • First have the students select and read books.
  • Students fill out the story sequence papers identifying the beginning, middle, and end of the story. (You may use any story sequence chart you like)
  • Students locate three pictures that portray the story sequence. They may create their own pictures at Sumo Paint, Dabbleboard, or Sketch & Paint, scan their own pictures if you have a scanner, or find pictures online at Pics4Learning
    They may print ONE photo here at BCA
  • Save pictures to computer's desktop folder which you create for this project. This is an easy to locate folder for all project items at your fingertips. To create a folder click on the desktop, click New, click Folder. If you don't like the name of the folder, click rename.
  • Upload pictures in slideshow program. I am demonstrating Kizoa here. Type in the story sequence from the story sequence paper. Click done. Copy embed code.
  • Like the Easy Button!
    That is all there is to it.