In this episode, you’ll learn about movie-making projects you can use to showcase learning and cultivate creativity for your student readers. You’ll also hear about favorite EdTech resources and I’ll talk about my free planning pages to help make your video activities a success! I can’t wait for you to check out these activities for reading classrooms.
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Activities for Reading
So let’s make this EdTech easy…
1. Choose the focus of your movie-making activity
2. Model the video-creation process with an exemplar
3. Have your students make a plan using graphic organizers
4. Create and Share student video projects
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- 40 Ways to Inject Creativity into Your Classroom with Adobe Spark
- Free Movie Making Graphic Organizers
- Ultimate List of Tech-Friendly Reading & Writing Favorites (Free eBook)
- How to Add Music to Spark Video with Soundtrap (Blog Post)
- How to Curate Curriculum Resources with Adobe Spark Page (Blog Post)
- 5 Tips for Creating Infographics with Students (Blog Post)
- Adobe Spark (Information on setting up free tools)
- Spark for Education (Information on setting up free tools)
- Adobe Spark Page (Free Web Page Builder)
- Spark Video planning pages (my free graphic organizers)
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