Digital LIteracy Project - This lesson is a final project using Adobe Spark in which students use the knowldege learned during the Digital Citizenship unit to cereate a video that demonstrates an understanding of digital literacy and the importance of being digitally literate in a digital world.
Students will take photos of polygons in the real world, find their perimeter, and present their photos and findings in an Adobe Spark creation.
This resource is a lesson plan about identifying the role of people in the school (principal, librarian, secretary, custodian, bus driver, crossing guard, etc.) It includes a "Guess Who" gameshow Google Slides presentation, a document where students will take notes when conducting school worker interviews, and a school workers Google Slides presentation. The final project for the lesson is creating school worker videos using Adobe Spark. Lesson plan author: Sarah Rollins
In this lesson, students will research, organize and create a 2-3 minute digital story about 1 of 3 different cultures that have influenced Utah's culture. They can choose from the Fremont People, the Ute Indians, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Pioneers. There are some background lessons and information that will need to be covered in order to finish this final project for 4th grade Utah Social Studies Standard 2 Objective 1. These lessons are linked and highlighted in the Teacher Background section of this lesson plan.There are a few worksheets and mini-lessons (that can be taught in a synchronous manner) associated with this final project that could take 2-3 days to complete and then the digital story can be finished in an hour or two. The final presentation and the mini assignments could all include small group discussions, whole class instruction, and could easily be tailored to teach to students learning virtually.The mini-lessons and supplimental information were found through the UEN website and a youtube video by Nick Epling. Other articles and sources are listed in the materials.
This is a lesson plan created for students to have an opportunity to learn to publish their work and use their own images that they take and create a video.