Final Project Part I

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This professional development plan explains Voice Thread in connection to language arts. See Part II for Youblisher and Kid Blog.

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  • Play VT, scroll through examples after watching first slide.http://voicethread.com/book.swf?b=409
  • Explain VT example of Three Little Pigs and play.http://voicethread.com/book.swf?b=1391
  • 1. Register with name, email, and password.2. Sign in.
  • 1. Upload pictures/movies/etc.2. Comment (introduce VT).
  • 1. Upload pictures/movies/etc.2. Comment (introduce VT or prompt discussion).
  • Final Project Part I

    1. 1. Fishing for Connections:Integrating Technology into Language Arts<br />ECOMP 6800 Final<br />Cassie Applegate<br />Johnna Noles<br />Lindsey Young<br />
    2. 2. Multiple Mediums<br />
    3. 3. Voice Thread<br /> A collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos.<br />It allows people to navigate pages and leave comments.<br /><ul><li> Voice
    4. 4. Text
    5. 5. Audio file
    6. 6. Video</li></ul>Users can doodle while commenting!<br />
    7. 7. Why Use Voice Thread?<br />The commenting feature<br />Group work for class projects <br />Allows students to feel more comfortable with sharing their ideas<br />Manage and maintain the safety of their students by moderating comments<br />Parents can view their child's work online<br />
    8. 8. Educational Use<br /><ul><li>Voice Thread offers a specific section for educators.
    9. 9. VoiceThread for educators ensures appropriate comments and allows educators and classes to collaborate. </li></li></ul><li>Literacy Connections<br />There are many ways to use Voice Thread in the classroom. One way is to create a book that students can retell and add comments.<br />
    10. 10. Your Account<br />
    11. 11. Voice Thread Basics<br />1. Add your pictures, Power Point, You Tube video, or website.<br />
    12. 12. Voice Thread Basics<br />2. Choose a comment option (phone, webcam, microphone, or text).<br />
    13. 13. Voice Thread Basics<br />3. Share your creation with teachers, students, and parents!<br />
    14. 14. Extra Features<br />Embed your Voice Thread in your classroom blog, webpage, or Wiki!<br />Choose who can view or comment on your Voice Thread.<br />
    15. 15. Tips for Teachers<br /><ul><li>Start small. Begin by creating your own VoiceThread and have students practice commenting. As your students become more comfortable with VoiceThread, they can make an individual project.
    16. 16. Model appropriate comments. Give them prompts to start their comments.
    17. 17. Discuss netiquette and copyright issues.
    18. 18. Under one account, you can create an entire class, which will allow you to monitor students from your account.
    19. 19. If your VoiceThread is public, make sure to monitor all comments before allowing them to be posted.</li></li></ul><li>Restroom Break<br />

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