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Schedule for the Week 2014

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Theme:  "Digital Storytelling"

 

See Objectives below 

Monday, July 14
Text-based Stories

Tuesday, July 15
Image-based Stories

Wednesday, July 16
Audio Stories

Thurs., July 17
Video Stories
 

Friday. July 18
Assessing Stories
 

9:00-9:30

Welcome

 Introductions

Review & Discuss

• what we've done

• pedagogical
   application

• what’s coming up

Constructive Comments

Review & Discuss

Review & Discuss

 

Review & Discuss

 

9:30-10:30

Storytelling 

Story Process

Intro – how the medium shapes the story

Search tips

 

Copyright &
Creative Commons

 

Finding images

Flickr

CC Search

Adding Audio to visual narrative

 - VoiceThread  

 


 

 

Basics

 

 Adding video

 - Video DropBox

 

Finding Video

- Creative Commons search page 

- YouTube

 


Assessment Activity
- Rubrics vs checklists
 

- Process vs Product
- Language vs Content

 

CARLA's Virtual Assessment Center (VAC)

 

RubiStar

10:30-10:40

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

10:40-11:45

Brainstorming

Popplet

Create an outline for your story

 

 

Editing images 
PhotoshopExpress

Adding images to the wiki story

 

Stories from photos

Tell a Story in 5 Photos


ViewPoint

- Audio Dropbox

Create edit audio

- Digital Audio

- Audacity

 

 

Create & edit video

- iMovie

Classroom Mobile Use

Nearpod

 

Project work time

 - Review and comment

12:00-1:00 

(11:45) Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00-2:30

Working with Wikis

(in the "Green Wiki")

 

PB Works Basics

 - Write self-intro

 - Peer commenting
 - Collaborative writing activity

Google Slides
Collaboration aspects
Linking to a webpage from a wiki

Finding audio/music

  - iTunes & Podcast Alley 

- Podcasting

 - Different apps 

  - How to search and subscribe

  - Using Audacity to edit 

 

Video project examples

Tips for recording good video

 

Newscast Project

- Flip camera & iMovie

 

Project work time

 

Create Your Own Wiki

Mobile Storytelling

Twitter

AudioBoo

 

2:30-2:40

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

2:40-4:00

 

 

Making it mobile

Other text-based applications

Write the text of your story

 

Computing in the Cloud

 

(4:00-4:15: Meeting for for-credit participants)

Images and Text using Comic Life
Making it mobile

 

 

Additional tools

 - Glogster
 - 
PhotoStory

Movie creation with images and voiceover narrative:

 - iMovie 

 

 

Additional tools:

 - Audio Boo

 - Podomatic 

 - GarageBand  (Mac)

 - MovieMaker    

(Windows)

 

Making it mobile

Video recording and editing

 - Edit "newscast" as a group

 - Create and edit own movie

 

Making it mobile

 

 

Show and Tell
 - Share what you have done

 - Get ideas from others

 

Additional Resources

 - yellow wiki

 - other organizations

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives for Monday (orientation)

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify class members who share professional or linguistic commonalities with them
  • Name at least four participants and two instructors
  • Find contents in the binder
  • Orient themselves physically in Jones Hall
  • List the open lab hours 

 

Objectives for Monday (storytelling)

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Outline the storytelling process
  • Characterize a given story in terms of CDS's 7 Elements
  • Cite preliminary examples of how the medium shapes the story
  • Brainstorm a story topic
  • Use a storyboard to begin to bring some of the 7 Elements into focus
  • Describe two types of text-based activities involving peer interaction
  • Define the purpose of a wiki
  • Function within the CARLA-tech wikis
  • Create their first story draft in the wiki

 

 

Objectives for Tuesday morning (images)

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Quickly and easily find images online that are appropriate for storytelling purposes for the students in their language classes

  • Digitally edit for online delivery — resize, crop, color edit

  • Appropriately cite the photo source

     Tuesday afternoon (VoiceThread)

  • Create an image and text-based story in Voicethread that relies on static images and text to drive the narrative

  • Explore how this story could be created with other tools

  • Compare different methods in terms of ease of use and pedagogical goals.

    • Pedagogical goals:

      • Students choosing own image vs. instructor choosing them

      • Purpose of language in this story/project

 

 

Objectives for Wednesday (audio)

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Search and download appropriate audio files for language learning and digital storytelling
  • Create audio files by
    • recording one's own voice
    • editing audio from a variety of sources
  • Upload audio to a web-server to make it available to the public
  • Add audio to both image and video-based digital storytelling applications by
    • recording directly into the application
    • uploading/inserting pre-recorded audio into the application
  • Describe how the use of audio in digital storytelling can target the interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes of communication. 
  • Describe how you can apply these tools and tasks in your own teaching context.  

 

 

Objectives for Thursday (video)

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Search and download appropriate video files for language learning and digital storytelling
  • Trim video files to a manageable length
  • Create video files through a webcam
  • Link to or embed a video file in a web page to make it available to the public
  • Create video material with a camcorder
    • record video
    • import video into a computer
    • edit video 
  • Add audio to video-based digital storytelling applications by
    • recording directly into the application
    • uploading/inserting pre-recorded audio into the application
  • Describe how the use of video in digital storytelling can target the interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes of communication. 
  • Describe how you can apply these tools and tasks in your own teaching context.  

 

 

Objectives for Friday (assessment)

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Distinguish between process/product, rubric/checklist, language/technology
  • Choose an appropriate assessment for the goals described
  • Develop a rubric or checklist using an online tool

 

 

 

 

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