Students will pick out the main theme for the book and discuss the elements used to make up the story. They will use the iPad App Story Creator to illustrate and write their own story. They will be learning how to take a paper illustration and put it into a digital story and add their own text. This can be adapted to 4-6 grades.
This lesson plan will help students learn how create a podcast about their topic for National History Day, incorporating music clips found on Soundzabound from Utah's Online School Library.Image by: Internet Archive Book Images. Modified by Opensource.com. CC BY-SA 4.0
This is a lesson plan created by Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens. In this lesson plan, Students learn about ownership concepts associated with creative work and how their work might be shared. This resource includes the lesson plan (pdf) and links to an accompanying Google Slides presentation and YouTube video.
Students will create a tour of the topic they have been assigned. Topic will center around the rock cycle including formation of rocks, and weathering and erosion of rocks. Students will use a minimum of 6 original photos and 2 CC images to complete the assignment. Students will need to include the important elements they are supposed to convey and will teach the other class members in a jigsaw using Jamboard. The students will have 3 weeks with 10 lessons to complete the assignment. Extra credit for converting one original image into a CC image to share!"Rock City" by snowpeak is licensed under CC BY 2.0
This lesson will be creating a digital story focused around standard,Data and Analysis (DA):Computing systems exist to process data. The amount of digital data generated in the world is rapidly expanding, and the need to process data effectively is increasingly important. Data is collected and stored so it can be analyzed to better understand the world and make more accurate predictions.Standard 2.DA.1Demonstrate how to store, copy, search, retrieve, modify and delete information using a computing device, and define the information stored as data. (Practice 4: Developing and Using Abstractions)Students will demonstrate how to create, modify, and save projects using the devices, platforms, applications, and software available. Data can be images, text documents, audio files, software programs or apps, video files, etc. The information is specific to data, not text within a single text document.
The broadcast Radio Sales job includes marketing and sales as well as managing the accounts. College is helpful but not essential. Beginning salary is discussed. Positive aspects are the flexible hours and the opportunity to meet new people. The job includes lots of paper work. Internships are a helpful to getting started option.
This is a lesson plan for younger grades to teach digital citizenship. It. can be done in person or assigned online.This can be used as a culminating assessment project or done as a whole group to introduce being a responsible user of technology. Here's the website for the image:https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship
This lesson should be used to teach digital citizenship standards. Students will present standards using Adobe Spark.
Students will understand how their digital citizenship applies in library, reference, and education. They will see how those skills bridge into their everyday lives as well.
This lesson is designed to teach students about their digital influence. That influence can be used in a positive or negative way. Things that are posted online have the potential to build people up or to tear them down. Part of being a good digital citizen is to make sure that we think before we post.
This is a lesson plan created by Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens. Students learn the challenges and benefits of respecting ownership and copyright, particularly in digital environments. The lesson also explores the concept of fair use. This resource includes the lesson plan (pdf) and links to an accompanying Google Slides presentation and YouTube video.
For this lesson, students choose a book to create a book trailer for usng Adobe Spark Video. The students will identify the characters, setting, and plot points of the story and work to retell the story using key details which they will use as they create their video.
Students will compare two websites (one obviously more credible than the other) and evaluate them using the "CRAP checklist." They will look at factors like currency, reliability, accuracy, and purpose.
The teacher will show the Dog Island website and ask the students to help evaluate whether Dog Island is a good place to send his/her dog. Students will evaluate domain, author, date, appearance and reasonability to determine if Dog Island is a credible website and if Dog Island is a real place.
Students will learn the basics of fact-checking a news story, and the difference between primary and secondary sources.
1st/2nd grade: Students will use a visual, physically involved activity to understand and categorize fiction/narrative and non-fiction/informational books.