Welcome to D.Kiszonas’-Multi-Media Presentation for Module 2<br />1<br />Symbol-Use virtual imagination<br />VIRTUALIMAGIN...
SLIDE COMPONENTS (ALONG WITH YOUR VIRTUAL IMAGINATION DISCUSSED IN SLIDE NUMBER 1.SLIDES 1 AND 2: These are introductory s...
Welcome to theFifth Grade Unit: PLOT LINE AND STORY ELEMENTS<br />Virtual Imagination Engaged<br />Soft music is playing<b...
PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />RISING ACTION<br />FALLING ACTION<br />All<br />                  stories<br />    ...
PLOT LINE MOVEMENT<br />EXPOSITION RISING ACTIONCLIMAXFALLING ACTIONDENOUEMENT<br />CLIMAX<br />FALLING ACTION<br />RISING...
PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />RISING ACTION<br />FALLING ACTION<br />EXPOSITION<br />Introduction of the story<br...
Where
When
Characters (3 or 4) examine, using tools from class or develop your own
Be thorough, use Character sheets or lists, write everything you can to fill all of the components
Conflict or problem
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

PP for Class Assignment

1,330 views

Published on

Trial PP

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,330
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

PP for Class Assignment

  1. 1. Welcome to D.Kiszonas’-Multi-Media Presentation for Module 2<br />1<br />Symbol-Use virtual imagination<br />VIRTUALIMAGINATION<br />I tried all of the tools, and input this slide show with soft music and narration, plus all of the bells and whistles I could find. After inputting and working with every program listed, nothing worked. As was said earlier in the class, online teachers must remain flexible, calm, clear headed, and find a different way to impart the knowledge needed. <br />Therefore for each slide utilize your Virtual Imagination. Every slide will have components embedded to illustrate points, the slides will be explained not read, and soft music will play in the background.<br />Now it is time to activate your Virtual Imagination and practice the online teacher’s necessity for flexibility. I am also showing an additional component. To develop a Community of Learners, the teacher and the students need to be honest with each other.<br />This means-ACTIVATE YOUR VIRTUL IMAGINATION<br />
  2. 2. SLIDE COMPONENTS (ALONG WITH YOUR VIRTUAL IMAGINATION DISCUSSED IN SLIDE NUMBER 1.SLIDES 1 AND 2: These are introductory slides for the TLOE ClassSlides 3 through 7 are for the Fifth Grade Students: The slides will be shown, some one right after another and some when the slide is needed.All of the slides directed to the students will have assignments, discussion strand requirement, application to real literature, etc.At this point the students will begin to stagger themselves. Those not understanding something will be taught and will complete assignments directed to them. This will be completed until they have mastered the concept.Those who understand will move on.Everyone in the middle will advance, on their own, toward the point of mastery.From this point on, the students will be working at different paces, with different concepts (activities, work to complete, etc.)The students will complete the unit individually and everyone will receive individual assistance until the standard has been mastered.Toward the end of the unit, slides 8 through 13 will be used as an overall review.<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Welcome to theFifth Grade Unit: PLOT LINE AND STORY ELEMENTS<br />Virtual Imagination Engaged<br />Soft music is playing<br />Embedded is a video clip showing a small group of students and me reading a book<br />Also embedded is narration giving an overall invitation along with some ideas of what the unit will entailNarration would also be included<br />3<br />
  4. 4. PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />RISING ACTION<br />FALLING ACTION<br />All<br /> stories<br /> that are<br /> fictional<br /> follow the same<br /> same pattern.<br /> it is called<br />THE PLOT LINE <br />EXPOSITION<br />DENOUEMENT<br />4<br />
  5. 5. PLOT LINE MOVEMENT<br />EXPOSITION RISING ACTIONCLIMAXFALLING ACTIONDENOUEMENT<br />CLIMAX<br />FALLING ACTION<br />RISING ACTION<br />EXPOSITION<br />DENOUEMENT<br />5<br />
  6. 6. PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />RISING ACTION<br />FALLING ACTION<br />EXPOSITION<br />Introduction of the story<br /><ul><li>Background Information
  7. 7. Where
  8. 8. When
  9. 9. Characters (3 or 4) examine, using tools from class or develop your own
  10. 10. Be thorough, use Character sheets or lists, write everything you can to fill all of the components
  11. 11. Conflict or problem
  12. 12. Type of conflict
  13. 13. Explain exposition (Character Thinking, action, in the middle of the story with a flashback following, etc.
  14. 14. Use the Exposition tools or develop your own
  15. 15. Etc.</li></ul>DENOUEMENT<br />EXPOSITION<br />6<br />
  16. 16. PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />FALLING ACTION<br />RISING ACTION<br />RISING ACTION<br /><ul><li>Problem sets in & gets worse
  17. 17. Events occur so conflict gets worse
  18. 18. Situations make the problem even more troublesome
  19. 19. Sporadic, small at first
  20. 20. Gain momentum & lead to major ramifications, use tools to show and explain
  21. 21. Determine the important events in order to show how the conflict is building
  22. 22. What is the last straw
  23. 23. Type of Conflict
  24. 24. Etc.</li></ul>DENOUEMENT<br />EXPOSITION<br />7<br />
  25. 25. PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />FICTION<br />A fictional story:<br /> A creative story <br /> authors have<br /> developed in<br /> their<br /> imaginations <br />FORMS OF<br />FICTIONAL<br />STORIES<br />A<br /> *Picture book<br /> *Easy fiction<br /> *Chapter book<br /> *Short story<br /> *Novella<br /> *Novel<br />FALLING ACTION<br />RISING ACTION<br />All<br /> stories<br /> that are<br /> fictional<br /> follow the same<br /> same pattern.<br /> it is called<br />THE PLOT LINE <br />EXPOSITION<br />DENOUEMENT<br />8<br />
  26. 26. PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />RISING ACTION<br />FALLING ACTION<br />Our review of all parts of this unit. <br />Evaluate a fictional piece according to these elements<br />We will have online skype sessions<br />EXPOSITION<br />DENOUEMENT<br />9<br />
  27. 27. PLOT LINE FOR FICTION<br />CLIMAX<br />RISING ACTION<br />FALLING ACTION<br />EXPOSITION<br />DENOUEMENT<br />10<br />
  28. 28. 11<br />

×