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Copy of iMovie Project and the Common Core

This prezi explains the use of iMovie project in a high school classroom. The project is tied to common core standards.

Laura Keim

on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of Copy of iMovie Project and the Common Core

Laura Keim, Oct. 25, 2012 iMovie and the Common Core Students create multimedia projects to demonstrate technology skills, knowledge, writing (creative, informative, persuasive, etc...) problem solving skills, creativity and research skills. Purpose Reading Standards
Key Ideas and Details
Craft and Structure
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Common Core Standards Writing Standards
Text Types and Purposes
Production and Distribution of Writing
Research to Build and Present Knowledge
Range of Writing Depending on project you can incorporate various standards Common Core Standards
Writing Standards
Product and Distribution of Writing (4, 5, 6)
Research to Build and Present Knowledge (7, 8, 9) Research Projects Anticipating Problems Problem: Copyright Violations/Plagiarism
1. Use homegrown photos, videos, etc…
2. Use public domain sources (www.archive.org, etc…)
3. Use citation and know rights as an educator/student use

Problem: Time Management:
1. Observe and Interact with Groups
2. Divide Project into increments with deadlines
3. Be flexible group projects are “messy”

Problem: Appropriateness
1.Know the audience (6th Grade, Freshmen, Seniors, etc…)
2. Anticipate problems in advance and share expectations with students
3. Monitor groups Tips Create a project you can “live with”
Be flexible
Use your resources (tech team, teachers, Internet, students, etc…)
It’s okay if your students know more than you do
Precede unit with plagiarism, copyright, discussion/unit Technology Suggestions: Video:
Flipvideo cameras
iPad cameras
cell phone cameras
Free use websites (www.freeplaymusic.com, etc…)
Photos:Homegrown (cameras: iPad, cell phone, digital cameras)
Flickr (creativecommons)
Clip Art
Photoshop Short Story
Children's Books
Instructional Other Projects "Gift of the Magi" Short Story ISTE/NETS Standards
2. Communication and Collaboration
3. Research and Information Fluency
4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, & Decision Making Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing
Wesley Fryer
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