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Write your story

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Paqui Prieto Vila

on 10 May 2014

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Transcript of Write your story

Kids learn to write by writing.
Teachers and students compose text together, with both contributing their thoughts and ideas to the process.
422 members from all over the world
After being grouped the first class writes the intro paragraph, then the next class will read it and decide how they want to continue the story. This will continue until the last class of the list writes the ending and gives the story a title.
You need a Wikispace Account and a VoiceThread Account
https://writeyourstory.wikispaces.com
Write your story
The main tool to create the story is VoiceThread,
a 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.

The students create three colored pictures to illustrate events that the class wrote. The pictures are sent to the Teacher Leader as .jpg and they put them into a VoiceThreasd.
The Teacher Leader will embed VoiceThread on the Wikispace and the class can record some students reading the section of the story to go with the pictures.
The best of this project is that there are more than 170 stories in the wiki since spring 2009
Unfortunately, there isn't any entry since 2011
I think this project would be great
not only using VoiceThread,
but also other tools like Padlet or Storybird.
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