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  • What is Windows MovieMaker? Windows MovieMaker is software which allows you to create a vodcast / movie with sound , very quickly and easily.
  • What is Windows MovieMaker? Windows MovieMaker is software which allows you to create a vodcast / movie with sound , very quickly and easily.
  • What is Windows MovieMaker? Windows MovieMaker is software which allows you to create a vodcast / movie with sound , very quickly and easily.
  • What is Windows MovieMaker? Windows MovieMaker is software which allows you to create a vodcast / movie with sound , very quickly and easily.
  • What is Windows MovieMaker? Windows MovieMaker is software which allows you to create a vodcast / movie with sound , very quickly and easily.
  • Enterprise_Moseley_Moviemaker

    1. 1. Enterprise Training:- Moviemaker Monday 7 th December 2009
    2. 2. Some – Register and create a movie in Animoto Most – Create something to use in lesson (s) in the next 2 weeks All – Familiarise yourself with Moviemaker
    3. 6. http:// animoto.com/sign_up   A4E3lab913 Classroom code:-
    4. 7. How can I use it in teaching and learning? M ake a video demonstration and share it via the web with students Engage visual learners in the learning process through a visual presentation Digital storytelling / reflective journals of student‟s experiences Students can view a vodcast at their leisure and from any computer (if vod-cast is stored on the internet, computer will need internet access) <ul><li>Video demo + post it on the web </li></ul><ul><li>Engage visual learners in the learning process </li></ul><ul><li>Digital storytelling / reflective movies </li></ul><ul><li>Re-emphasising WALTs / WILFs / PLTS </li></ul><ul><li>Amrita’s brilliant example!  </li></ul><ul><li>Students can view a movie at their leisure and from any computer </li></ul>How can it be used in teaching & learning?
    5. 8. How can I use it in teaching and learning? M ake a video demonstration and share it via the web with students Engage visual learners in the learning process through a visual presentation Digital storytelling / reflective journals of student‟s experiences Students can view a vodcast at their leisure and from any computer (if vod-cast is stored on the internet, computer will need internet access)
    6. 9. How can I use it in teaching and learning? M ake a video demonstration and share it via the web with students Engage visual learners in the learning process through a visual presentation Digital storytelling / reflective journals of student‟s experiences Students can view a vodcast at their leisure and from any computer (if vod-cast is stored on the internet, computer will need internet access) <ul><li>Teachers can provide Assessment tasks in this format </li></ul><ul><li>Or students could be given the option to submit work in this format </li></ul><ul><li>Use video as a form of evidence – for a particular PLTS skill perhaps? </li></ul><ul><li>PLTS observer groups could be tasked with giving video feedback </li></ul>How can I use it for assessment?
    7. 10. How can I use it in teaching and learning? M ake a video demonstration and share it via the web with students Engage visual learners in the learning process through a visual presentation Digital storytelling / reflective journals of student‟s experiences Students can view a vodcast at their leisure and from any computer (if vod-cast is stored on the internet, computer will need internet access) Different ways of using Moviemaker...
    8. 12. School Media Library Net storage / Q Drive / e Learning folder
    9. 13. Choose the ‘Media’ folder
    10. 14. Shall we have a play...?
    11. 15. http://bit.ly/65RyvX Windows Moviemaker User Guide

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