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Living Newspaper Project
Transcript of Living Newspaper Project
Day 1 : Agenda
Introduction to the living newspaper
Choose two editors
Choose two designers
Start the presses!
Each class develops a living newspaper with the purpose of explaining an energy source.
Articles will take the form of creative short films to be housed on a Glogster.
Leads and records class discussion
Assigns tasks and story topics
Provides advice and quality control
Designs living newspaper including creating background and headlines on Glogster
Assists with filming and editing as needed
Places video within Glogster frame
Familiar with movie making software
Able to get video from format A to B
Able to troubleshoot technology issues
Possess technology and artistic talent.
Programs to be used: Movie Maker, Glogster.
Develop ideas for stories
Write scripts and create storyboards
Peform and record
Create movie in Movie Maker
Able to identify key ideas and illustrate with supporting details
Able to position ideas within a story and creatively relay to audience
Must be able to convey ideas clearly verbally and in writing, be a strong collaborator and adhere to deadlines
What do we know?
What do we need to know?
What did we learn?
A- 2 Hoffman
Day 2: Agenda
Review research with class to ensure a base understanding of energy source (see Google doc)
Form reporter teams
Assign story topics
Review research keys
Meet with editors for guidance on feel
Each designer mocks up a Glogster shell
Use credible sources
Organize notes by source
Use mix of paraphrasing and direct quotes
The questions you have now are the same ones your audience will have when they view your presentation. Use them to guide your work.
Use credible sources
Authority of author
Date of last update
Organize Notes By Source
Use it to make your work
Give access to editors.
Day 3 - Agenda
- Outline main idea and supporting details.
- What must your audience know?
- Meet with designers to give direction on final
- Sign off on outlines or send back for more details.
- Finalize background.
Teach topic while entertaining audience.
Eighth grade science students.
Use synergy to choose a topic that is interesting to eighth graders, but also presents a reasonable rationale for conveying information about your topic.
What appeals to your audience?
Exposition- Characters, setting and main conflict are introduced.
Rising Action- Excitement builds as events are introduced that make the conflict more intense.
Climax- Most exciting moment. After this, the conflict will begin to be resolved.
Falling Action- Smaller events are resolved.
Resolution- Main conflict is solved.
Topic: Pros of windpower
Exposition- Characters: Kim Kardashian/Director
Setting- Windmill Farm
Conflict- The wind is blowing Kim's hair into a mess and she wants the windmills torn down.
Storyboards (4 different camera angles)
Determine filming location(s)
List props needed
Print out outline and script.
Assess script against rubric.