Bring the vocabulary of film to life through the processes of filmmaking. Students learn terminology and techniques simultaneously as they plan, film, and edit a short video.
Digital storytelling is a powerful skill that merges multimedia resources and technology to create engaging, interactive narratives. Through the combination of images, audio, video, and text, learners can develop captivating stories, enhancing their understanding of any subject area. This versatile approach not only builds and refines communication and presentation skills but also encourages critical thinking, collaboration, and problem-solving. In various disciplines, from history to mathematics, digital storytelling allows students to delve into concepts, synthesize information, and convey their understanding in a dynamic format. By harnessing the potential of digital media, educators can create immersive learning experiences that foster active participation and inspire curiosity in the classroom.
This PDF handout provides examples and use cases for attributions and citations. The document explains the importance of giving credit to the sources of information in a project or research paper, and provides clear examples of how to cite sources in different formats, including books, websites, and videos. The examples are easy to follow and provide a useful guide for students who are new to citing sources. Overall, this document is a helpful resource for understanding the basics of attribution and citation in academic research.
Make the most of your students' diverse ability levels and experience with a prewriting activity in which they describe an abstract idea using blogging and photographs that they have taken.
Students will select or be assigned to read a chapter book and create LEGO Google Slide Book based on this book. The finished book report will be submitted to INFOhio's Book Nook for reivew. If accepted the book trailer will be posted to the Book Nook website.
In this alternative to the traditional book report, students create book trailers using Microsoft Photo Story 3, a free downloadable software program for digital storytelling.
In this alternative book report, students identify the elements of fiction in books they have read by creating glogs, interactive multimedia posters, and then share their glogs.
This sample book trailer rubric offers suggestions for evaluating student created book trailers
This is a research article on the use of digital storytelling in education, which discusses the benefits of digital storytelling and provides examples of effective digital storytelling projects. The article also discusses the challenges and limitations of using digital storytelling in the classroom.
A storyboard template for creating book trailers. The template provides spaces for students to plan and organize the content of the book trailer, including visual and audio elements such as images, music, and narration. It also includes prompts for students to consider elements such as setting, characters, plot, and theme when planning their book trailer. The template is designed to be a helpful tool for students as they plan and create their book trailer projects.
Imagine if vocabulary could come alive with the click of a button! Students create video posters to demonstrate knowledge of new economics vocabulary.
Helpful book trailer storyboard template, which can be used to plan out the key scenes and narrative arc of a book trailer.
Explore apps and online resources that engage writers, young and old, to tell their story digitally. Learn about new tools that inspire creative and collaborative communication with applications in and out of the classroom for both students and teachers!
Learn about Greek gods, heroes, and creatures through digital storytelling produced by students who have learned research techniques.
This website provides a guide to creating digital projects, which includes tips for selecting a project topic, conducting research, creating multimedia content, and editing and refining the project.
This website offers a guide to preparing digital projects for presentation, which includes tips for formatting, organizing, and delivering the presentation, as well as strategies for engaging the audience.
Research article on the use of book trailers to promote reading in the classroom. The article discusses the benefits of book trailers, provides examples of effective book trailers, and offers tips for creating book trailers that engage students.
A lesson plan for using the BookNook platform to create book trailers. The lesson includes step-by-step instructions for creating a book trailer and offers tips for making the trailer engaging and effective.
INFOhio uses this rubric to evaluate book trailers submitted to Book Nook. Teachers and librarians can use this rubric with their students to guide the editing and revision of a book trailer.
This is a research article on the use of book trailers to promote reading in schools. The article discusses the benefits of book trailers, provides examples of effective book trailers, and offers tips for creating book trailers that engage readers.
Students explore a variety of resources as they learn about the Holocaust. Working collaboratively, they investigate the materials, prepare oral responses, and produce a topic-based newspaper to complete their research.