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Digital Literacy: Making Books Come Alive!

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Amy Yoos

on 12 March 2016

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Transcript of Digital Literacy: Making Books Come Alive!

Book Recommendation Blog
Digital Literacy:
Presented by:
Ryan Eckart and Amy Yoos

Making Books Come Alive!
Book Commercial
Perform
Share
Example 1
Example 2
Take a closer look at the
Tools of the Trade
Resources and Equipment
Flickr
Google Image (Drive)
Safesearchkids.com
Pixabay
Flickrstorm
Jamendo.com
Incompetech.com
Library of Congress
Headphones
Internet Access
Video camera
Digital Camera
Cell phone
Tablet
More from the
Mylincolnlion studio...
A glimpse into our students thinking
morning announcements
classroom
recorded
hOW DO i START...
Getting Started...
From the MyLincolnlion studio...
Runaway Twin
Breaking Stalin's Nose
Take a look at what our teachers & students have to say...
Sources
Contact us!
@AmyYoos
@RyanCEckart

amyoos@hammond.k12.in.us
reckart@concord.k12.in.us
http://mylincolnlionreads.edublogs.org/
Storyboard
Dalton, B. & Grisham, D.L. (2013). Love That Book: Multimodal Response to Literature. The Reading Teacher, 67(3), 220–225.

Daniels, H.(2002). Literature circles: Voice and choice in book clubs and reading groups. Portland, ME: Stenhouse

Miller, D. (2009). The book whisperer: Awakening the inner reader in every child. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass

Young, C and Rasinski, T.V. (2013). Student-produced movies as a medium for literacy development. The Reading Teacher, 66(8), p. 670-675.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/annakupka/2012/01/24/youtube-reaches-4-billion-video-views-per-day/

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/38--of-kids-under-2-use-smartphones-or-tablets--study-212548190.html

http://content.usatoday.com/communities/technologylive/post/2011/03/study-80-percent-of-children-under-5-use-internet-weekly/1#.VMpfblWJOuY
Sidekicks
Mylincolnlion
Book Trailers...
"best plan to multiply the visibility of book"
"connect books and readers."
"help spread the word about your book to a wide audience."
"developing trailers requires prewriting."
"students review and assess one another's work."
"bring attention and readers to a book"
Script
http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/1209755
7 Elements of
DiGITAL STORYTELLING...
Book Trailers
Book Trailers

windows moviemaker
photostory 3
IMOVIE
POWTOON
ANIMOTO
Digital Storytelling
sTORYBIRD
KIDBLOG
DIGITAL VAULT
TIMETOAST
ZIMMERTWINS
IBOOKS
storyboard that
Teaching & Learning Tool

Hook for read-aloud
Facilitates discussion
Promotes books in classroom
Promotes technology in the classroom
Teacher
Authentic Learning
Critical thinking
Collaboration
Technology skills
Analyze
Create
Revise
Reflect
Student
go to Kahoot.it
Are you ready?
https://create.kahoot.it/#quiz/2a9aa1c-e2bd-41ae-8997-e36419b63e89/done
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