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20+ ideas for using Instastories in the classroom

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  1. 1. InstaStory Telling by Arjana Blazic @abfromz
  2. 2. 20 + Ideas for Using InstaStories In the Classroom
  3. 3. What Are InstaStories? How To Use InstaStories?
  4. 4. easily switch between the front and rear cameras when recording take pictures and selfies or record videos shoot reverse videos live stream create gifs INSTASTORIES AT A GLANCE
  5. 5. 20+ IDEAS Your Students Can Do With Instastories
  6. 6. 2. Interview a classmate Students interview a classmate, others ask questions in the comments section. 1. Introduce yourself Students introduce themselves live. Their classmates ask questions in the comments section to learn more about each other. LIVE STREAMING
  7. 7. 3. Tell a story Students tell a story while others use comments as a backchannel for discussion. 4. Read a poem in a foreign language Students read a poem in a foreign language while others give feedback.
  8. 8. 6. Live stream a science experiment Students live stream a science experiment, ask questions or comment on the procedure. 5. Explain a concept Students explain what they are learning while others pose questions about it.
  9. 9. 7. What do I like? Students take a picture or video explaining what their hobbies are and what they like doing. PICTURES, VIDEOS & GIFS 8. Who am I? Students use the drawing tool to draw your biggest wish.
  10. 10. 10. Your favorite book/movie/song Students post screenshots, videos and drawings to introduce their favorite book/movie/song. They connect with classmates who share similar interests. . 9. Make a gif of your pet. Students write something about their pet on the gif that they have created with Boomerang.
  11. 11. 12. Make a video dictionary Make a video and add speech bubbles with words in a foreign language. Pin the word to a specific object so that the word moves along with the object the video. 11. Make a picture dictionary Use objects around you to make a picture dictionary.
  12. 12. 14. A Museum Exhibit Students take a picture of a museum exhibit or an artefact and describe it. 13. A Field Trip Students record a video about their trip and write a description.
  13. 13. 15. A tutorial Students create a tutorial explaining how to do something. They take a picture of each step and write a short explanation on each picture. 16. Close-up and personal Students take a close-up shot of an object and write or draw a clue on what it is. Other students write answers in the comments.
  14. 14. 17. A story prompt Students take a picture or a video, add stickers and some text to create a story prompt for classmates to write a story. They can use google docs or to create different versions of the same story.
  15. 15. 19. Advertisements and announcements for a product that students have created a school event a parents meeting a recital a sports match 18. A scavenger hunt Use pictures, videos and drawings to hide clues for students to find.
  16. 16. 20. Draw! Students take a picture and use the drawing tools to add their own elements to the picture. Let their imagination run wild. 21. Use stickers and emoji Students create a message for classmates with stickers and emoji.
  17. 17. 22. KW Chart Students write what they know about a topic and what they want to learn about it. 23. Exit ticket 1-1-1 Students write 1 thing they have learned, 1 question they still have, 1 thing they want to learn.
  18. 18. by @abfromz 2017 InstaStory Telling