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Reading-Art: A Visual Representation

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Erica Spangelo

on 10 December 2014

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Transcript of Reading-Art: A Visual Representation

Student Thoughts
ISTE NETS
Students at Work
Recreational Reading Based Projects
Apps Used
GrafioLite

Reading-Art:
Using transmediation to increase comprehension and creativity

Reading-Art Process
Visual and Informational Projects
Collaboration
Communication
Problem-Solving
Creativity
Goal:
Comprehend
recreational, visual,
and informational text through choice in selection.
Research
Technology
Digital Citizenship
Common Core
READ
Write
Present
Character Collages (Drawing Inferences)
Totem Pole (Central Idea)
Preparing to Write Children's Story
Brainstorming Plot of Children's Story
Literature Circle Discussion
Infographic Creation
Totem Pole Creation
Zentangle Character Silhouette
Infographics made on iPads
Writing Projects
Children's Stories based on Eric Carle
Collaborative Children's Stories
fakebook
Book Trailer
Questions??
Merriam-Webster App

Comic Strip Designer
iMovie
ShowMe
Youtube
Zentangle character
3-D Letter
Found Poetry with vocab
from informational text
3-D Word (central idea)
Google Lit Trips
"I've read outside my normal genres and discovered books I wouldn't have picked up otherwise"
"I read more than I would have without this class"
"I liked that CAFE gave me a chance to hear about other books I might like to try"
Overwhelmingly, we saw more reading being done when students were given free choice.
Teacher Thoughts
Students put greater effort and thought into projects based on something they had enjoyed reading.
Students think more critically when they have to explain what they know and understand using different mediums.
Erica Spangelo
K-12 Library Media Specialist

Northern Cass School District
Hunter, ND

Twitter: NCLibrary97
Email: erica.spangelo@northerncassschool.com
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