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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What is a Paper Slide Video:

One-take video method
Collaborative
Student-designed
Quickly published
Unedited / rough
Standards-based
Engages digital learners
No expertise needed
Dr. Lodge McCammmon
Opportunity for learners of all abilities
Appropriate for all grade levels and subjects



Materials needed:
Students who can write, draw, talk, and slide a sheet of paper
A concept
Some Paper
Pencils, Pens, Crayons, Markers
A Camera (Flip is recommended)
Optional: 3-D materials

Uses:  enrichment activity, alternative assessment, document a science project, book report, and more..

STEPS:
Concept
Storyboard/Script
Slides - no more than 10
Rehearse (videographer, narrator(s), sliders)
One-Take Shoot
Upload / Share with real-world audience

Causes of the American Revolution (4th graders)
SS4H4 The student will explain the causes, events, and results of the American
Revolution.



Pilgrim Journey - Life on the Mayflower - 2nd grade

The Rock Cycle


The Water Cycle




2nd grade end of unit assessment - "Freedom Express: The Underground Railroad"

Example one:


Example two:



5th grade end of unit assessment - "Mind Your Own Business"



5th grade end of unit assessment - "Stock Market"



Resources:

Kati Searcy  (Mountain Park Elementary School, TAG Teacher)

Upload your movies to SchoolTube. Get the embed code from SchoolTube. Put the movies on website, blog, or wiki.

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