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Jumanji

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Shelby Banks

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Transcript of Jumanji

Brett Clark
Jordan Scott
Shelby Banks Jumanji Game Technical Content "Big Ideas" Standard 17 – students will develop an understanding of and be able to select and use information and communication technologies. (Grades 3-5).
D. The processing of information through the use of technology can be used to help humans make decisions and solve problems.
E. Information can be acquired and sent through a variety of technological sources, including print and electronic media
F. Communication technology is the transfer of messages among people and/or machines over distances through the use of technology. The Standards for Technology Literacy Photo Story is a form of technology that can assist you in the process of solving problems. There are many free software programs out there that you can use, and photo story is only one of them. Activinspire, Prezi, Audacity, SnagIt 7, and paint.net are only a few examples of things you can use. Photo Story can be used as a form of communication which also ties into the communication process. This process includes encoding, transmitting, receiving, and decoding. Forming the message in a way that it can be communicated is encoding and will be accomplished through Photo Story. A good example of encoding would be the book of Jumanji. The author formed his message in a way that everyone would be able to read and understand. Delivering the message to the receiver is transmitting. When I read this book to the class, I was transmitting the message to the receiver which was the students. When you present your Photo Story to the class you were also transmitting. Gathering the message from the transmission medium is receiving. The class was receiving the message by listening when I was reading the book aloud. The class will be receiving the message when your fellow classmates present their Photo Story. Forming the message in a way that the recipient understands is decoding. If you spoke Chinese in your Photo Story, would your classmates understand the message? No. We understood the book because it was formed in a way that would allow us to comprehend the plot. You will decode each students Photo Story upon completion of their presentation. (Something from Jumanji dealing with standards like communication process and communication loop) Content Information -We have just finished reading Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg. A board game that brought actual animals into the player’s world. This game was revolutionary because there were none like it. People got nervous and decided to get rid of all the board games. Only after destroying each one, they realized a mistake had been made. Now, the world needs replacements. It is your task to make these replacement board games and present them to the class through Photo Story. You only have your ideas and your computer. Bring them to life by using technology. Scenario Photo Story Assessment Form
Team Name:
Group Members:
Name of Game:
Scoring Criteria:
1.___ (0-5) Photo story met the length requirements
2.___ (0-5) Audio was used during the presentation
3.___ (0-5) There was a proper introduction
4.___ (0-5) There was a resource page stating all used material Assessment Materials and Resources:
Mandatory: Optional:
-Brainstorming Sheet -Camera
-Computer -Microsoft Word
-Internet Access -Snagit 7
-Photo Story 3 -Paint.net
-Microphone (External or Built-In) English Language Arts
Speaking and Listening Standards K-5
4. Report on a topic or text, tell a story, or recount an experience in an organized manner, using appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details to support main ideas or themes; speaking clearly at an understandable pace.
5. add audio recordings and visual displays to presentations when appropriate to enhance the development of main ideas or themes. -Photo Story can help students organize thoughts using sound and pictures.
-Working together as a team can improve technological presentations.
-Digital technologies can be used as an assistive tool to organize thoughts into a professional presentation.
-Working in groups can be beneficial in the future by improving team building and communication skills through actively participating in the communication process. Common Core State Standards Essential Question -Can digital technologies assist you in describing a new game based on a book? Deliverables:
Upon completion, the students will turn in their brainstorming sheet or storyboard. Then, submit the final Photo Story on Dropbox Parameters: -The photo story must be between ten to fifteen slides.
-State the rules of the game and how it is played.
-Inform class how to win the game.
-It must have some type of appropriate audio.
-Contain voice-overs by the students.
-Have an introduction of the game.
-A resource page giving credit for used material.
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