Digital storytelling for youth script writing and the seven elementsDigital storytelling for youth script writing and the seven elements
The final three elements are presented prior to recording the voiceover. You will find that the elements in this overview are presented in a slightly different order than in the Digital Storytelling Cookbook that can be downloaded from the Center for
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Motivate learningMotivate learning
Using the 3Cs and 3Ss is a quick and easy way to generate discussion and get your pupils started on understanding the rich text of film!
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Some things to think about when writing a Directed Reading/Thinking Activity by Laurie GillSome things to think about when writing a Directed Reading/Thinking Activity by Laurie Gill
Mselves to wondering what will happen next. Good stories will tend to present likely stopping points to you. Have faith in your own ability to choose stopping points
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Cultural StorytellingCultural Storytelling
The is an appealing way to transmit information. Since the beginnings of cultural history, people have been passing on knowledge through the speaking/listening process of storytelling. Subject areas come to life when narrative is
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Open-Ended QuestionsOpen-Ended Questions
Activity: In Buddy Pairs, one team member selects a book that the other team member has not read. Then the second team member uses these questions to evaluate the student
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Selection Test Reading and Literature Rules of the Game from The Joy Luck Club Amy TanSelection Test Reading and Literature Rules of the Game from The Joy Luck Club Amy Tan
Comprehension Circle the letter of the best answer to each of the following items
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Shhh. Did You Hear? Gossip is an American Gothic Tradition!Shhh. Did You Hear? Gossip is an American Gothic Tradition!
A rose for Emily.” Students will read three non-fiction articles and a fictional story which demonstrate the effect of gossiping on celebrities and social icons
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Questions to ask your children about their reading What is the setting of the story? Where does it take place?Questions to ask your children about their reading What is the setting of the story? Where does it take place?
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Let me give you a little bit of background. The quote/unquoteLet me give you a little bit of background. The quote/unquote
Cities are ruled by kings and so forth. A mother does not have the right to say who her daughter marries. That's reserved for the father. Reason number two why Demeter does not run down immediately is: the story doesn't work out that way
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Short Story Peer EditingShort Story Peer Editing
Plot sequence – does it make sense? Is there a climax? Can you tell what type of plot sequence it is? Would this story be more effective with a different sequence i e non-linear, rising action, flashback, back story?
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