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Inanimate Alice

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Heather Eby

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Inanimate Alice

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Cross- Curricular learning targets
and educational goals Inanimate Alice Alice as Literature Study the structure of the novel
Character development
Setting (various locations)
Creation of suspense
Making comparisons
Responding to text Reading Skills Students can practice reading text aloud
Fluency and expression
Reading for understanding
Students can read the pictures only
Creating their own text Creative Writing Social Studies Geography: learning about China, Russia, Italy , Saudi Arabia
Environmental Issues
Global citizenship Alice and the Arts Drawing Alice or Brad
Designing houses of the future
Painting with Ming
Graphic design elements (layout, fonts)
Music and soundtrack production Reading Digital Text Recognizing patterns in sound, silence, music, images
Examining transitions of frames
Effectiveness of sound effects, music and images to go along with text
Making predictions Write their own episode of Alice in another country
Writing using dialogue and first person
Recognize narrative pattern of previous episodes
Making the words match the images they've selected Digital Literacy Creating an episode using the best possible tool: PPT, Snappy, Animoto
Creative Commons
Research online
Understanding and using transmedia
Using a digital camera effectively Group work Class discussions
Creating anchor charts
Group projects Personal Development Staying safe
Rights and responsibilities
Changing role of women
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