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Students as Researchers: Using iMovie in the Classroom
Transcript of Students as Researchers: Using iMovie in the Classroom
for a larger list of examples, go to
http://web.sbsd.k12.ca.us/web/shannonapplegate/Site/Welcome.html Research is
real-world learning Research is
SOCIAL Common Core Standards Using iMovie with iPads in the
Elementary Classroom Getting Started: Choices to Make Teacher Choice vs. Student Choice? Core Standards Require Research Fifth Grade Standards:
Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation.
Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.
Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research. Second Grade Standards:
Explain how specific images contribute to and clarify a text.
Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text.
Compare and contrast the most important points presented by two texts on the same topic
http://www.corestandards.org Great Resources
on Teaching Research For more examples, go to: Making the Movie Gathering Facts
is a Little Like
FISHING..... TEACH YOUR KIDS HOW TO SEARCH
not finding what you need? change the question! Have your kids ANALYZE the source of the Website
Who pays for it?
Who wrote it?
"about us" at the bottom of the page
.edu and .gov are good sources, but often hard to read Where do they write their notes? index cards are old school, but work great for organization
side by side (app)
cornell style notes
see resource books for more ideas
have your kids try different ways, to see what works best for them! Student Choice
Teacher Choice Teacher Chooses Broad Topic Student Chosen Topics Easier for beginners because teacher can predetermine subtopics Example: Choose any
famous person, any Rain forest animal animal,
any event in American History More investigative
because they don't
know their sub-topics before starting Examples: Pick an issue that you care about, learn about it, and persuade others to agree with you. If you didn't give them sub-topics, they can start with a question web we like the Popplet or Simple Mind apps TURNING RESEARCH INTO
SCRIPTS OR ESSAYS Enjoy the "fruits" of your labor: The Research Movies!!! Ideas for sharing:
Upload to Edmodo so classmates
and parents can view and respond
Put on your webpage and send links interested parties.. DRAFT SELF-REVISE
& TIME BUDDY-REVISE WHY TEACH RESEARCH? HOW TO GET
STARTED EXAMPLES OF
OUR KIDS' MOVIES STEPS of research
and writing the script
(or essay) MAKING THE RESEARCH
MOVIE WHAT WE WILL
TELL YOU ABOUT TODAY + Books to help you + Handouts for the kids plus links to many more + our handouts! + more handouts for the kids + rubrics!