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chapter 9

  1. 1. Integrating Multimedia as a Tool<br />By:<br />Alicia Asher<br />Elizabeth Chavez<br />
  2. 2. Integrating Multi-media<br /><ul><li>“Over the past 200 years, we have seen significant changes in the ways students communicate and how they submit their assignments.” pg.234</li></li></ul><li>Examining Multimedia<br /><ul><li> Multimedia-
  3. 3. Multimedia is defined in tools such as cell phones, texting, video, computers, however the definition continues to evolve as technology increases.
  4. 4. It can be used in various forms in and out of the classroom model, such as:
  5. 5. PowerPoint presentations
  6. 6. Digital Photography
  7. 7. Graphics
  8. 8. Digital Video</li></li></ul><li>Question #1<br />How can my students use multi-media for their projects?<br />
  9. 9. Basic Functions<br />Displays Text<br />Inserts Graphics/Pictures<br />Inserts Video/Create Movies<br />Inserts Sound<br />Inserts Hyperlinks (presentations)<br />Animates Objects (presentations)<br />
  10. 10. First Activity<br /><ul><li>Create two columns on a piece of paper and name one side “Paper report” and the other “Multimedia report.” Now list the advantages and disadvantages of using each in your classroom. Discuss.</li></li></ul><li>Creating Digital Video<br /><ul><li>Students can create digital video presentations movies they research online or having students create their own movies.
  11. 11. Movies require a sequence, and utilizing a script and storyboard to plan sequences allows correlation with</li></ul> storytelling/literacy. <br />
  12. 12. Create a Storyboard<br /><ul><li>Individual/Group planning is essential to create less student frustration while utilizing the computer
  13. 13. During planning, students create a storyboard,
  14. 14. Using sketches on paper
  15. 15. Organizing note cards for each slide</li></li></ul><li>Activity #2 <br />Take a moment to be creative! <br />Think of a short creative script of a movie you know or make one up.<br />Using the Story Board hand out, <br />create your movie. <br />Use crayons and markers to draw a picture that connects to your script.<br />Be prepared to share. <br />
  16. 16. Digital Videos/Movies<br /><ul><li>Utilizing programs, such as, iMovie, Windows Movie Maker can bring together a class’s video segments to create a movie.
  17. 17. Through the use of the program tools, students can create clips into a movie form with animation, sound, and narration.</li></li></ul><li>Creating Presentations<br /><ul><li>Multimedia presentations are the alternative to printed communication
  18. 18. Presentations can incorporate:
  19. 19. Sound
  20. 20. Graphics
  21. 21. Animations
  22. 22. Video
  23. 23. Text</li></li></ul><li>Creating Presentations cont…<br /><ul><li>Students should complete two tasks before creating multimedia presentations:
  24. 24. Plan the Content
  25. 25. Create a Storyboard
  26. 26. In planning the content students should refer to the guiding questions:
  27. 27. Who is the intended audience?
  28. 28. What is the presentation topic?
  29. 29. What information will this presentation share?
  30. 30. What is the actual purpose or goal of this presentation?</li></li></ul><li>Question #2<br /><ul><li>What applications are available for creating a multimedia presentation? </li></li></ul><li>Creating a PowerPoint Presentation<br />Approaches…<br /><ul><li>Create an outline in Word
  31. 31. Work in outline mode in PowerPoint presentation
  32. 32. Type in content on slides
  33. 33. Publishing process can help student synthesize ideas as they work through their data and determine what they want to tell others.</li></li></ul><li>PowerPoint Presentations<br />Media/Animation/Slide Transitions/Hyperlinks<br /><ul><li>Media
  34. 34. Pictures, sounds, music, digital video
  35. 35. Animation
  36. 36. Attracts attention and explains ideas
  37. 37. Use template or create own animation
  38. 38. Slide Transitions
  39. 39. Simple movements
  40. 40. Shadow, Fade out/in, bounce, boomerang
  41. 41. Too many transitions in slide show causes viewers too become disinterested
  42. 42. Hyperlinks
  43. 43. Provide a jump to another document, web page, video within the slide show format
  44. 44.</li></li></ul><li>Multimedia in the Classroom<br /><ul><li>Students have the opportunity to manipulate multimedia technology with integrated lessons and learn:
  45. 45. New content
  46. 46. Research/solve problems
  47. 47. Discover new relationships among ideas
  48. 48. Present information to peers, parents, teachers
  49. 49. Generates meaning of the learning concepts</li></li></ul><li>Question #3<br /><ul><li>Should teachers place limits on how students use multi-media? </li></li></ul><li>Using Multimedia to achieve ISTE NETS for Students<br />Three of the Six NETS for Students are addressed:<br />Creativity and Innovation: Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology.<br />Research and Information Fluency: Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.<br />6. Technology Operations and Concepts: Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations.<br />
  50. 50. Final Activity<br /><ul><li>Go to computers, open Microsoft Power Point.
  51. 51. Create a power point on what you have learned about chapter 9.
  52. 52. Specify in the power point how you will implement your new knowledge into a classroom.
  53. 53. Make sure you have pictures, animations, videos or anything else you can think of.
  54. 54. Be creative: see page 242 for animations.
  55. 55. Good luck and be ready to present.</li>