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Global project evaluation
Transcript of Global project evaluation
write your story:
It is based on
. Teachers and students can brainstorm and negotiate decisions together. They compose text together, with both contributing their thoughts and ideas to the process, while the teacher acts as scribe, writing the text as it is composed.
Students need a Wikispaces Account and a VoiceThread Account
VoiceThread is a great Web-based digital storytelling program that enables users to upload pictures or documents, record accompanying audio (or video) commentary, and invite others to record commentary as well
Classes are put into groups of 4-5.The first class brainstorms and writes the intro paragraph(s).
Then the next class reads the paragraph(s), brainstorms and decides how to continue the story.
This will continue until the last class on the list writes the ending and gives the story a title. Students will need to create 3 colored pictures to illustrate events in the section that your class wrote. The three pictures will need to be sent to their teacher as .jpg and they will put them into a VoiceThread.
its weak point
Even though there are 422 members involved on the project, nobody has taken part in it since 2011
its strong points
Despite this, it is a great project to participate. Learners reinforce their writing and reading skills. In addition, they learn how to work in groups and increase their imagination, using the new technologies