This is a lesson plan to help teach students how to create a digital story using the ipad app "Story Creator" The students will watch some examples of differnt digital stories other students have created. Next, students will use previously learned information on animals and their habitats to fill out a storyboard that will help guide them to creating a digital story. Students will draw pictures and write text to accompany these pictures. The lesson will end with students presenting about their animal they chose and its habitat through means of a digital story.
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.
Sharing stories is a wonderful skill for any student to have. It's important to let students know they have a voice and it deserves to be heard. Digitial media is a wonderful way to share and participate in stories if done responsibly. Through this lesson, students will grasp an understanding in how to create their own digital story from brainstorming with their peers to sharing the final project with them. They will learn how to pitch their ideas, develop a storyboard, learn what materials they may use when creating their video under the fair use act, basic importing and editing abilities, and how to give constructive feedback.
Digital storytelling with Microsoft Sway lets educators and students focus on the content and not worry about the format.
The focus of this project will be a personal narrative of an event or situation that caused a major change in the students' lives for the better. Instead of a traditional written story, students are required to complete a digital story using school tools available to them through the school license or on their personal devices. The face-to-face lesson instruction will take 45 minutes. The remainder of the 90-minute block will be given to students to work on their projects. An additional class period should be added to finish, revise, edit, and share their projects within small groups. This plan is for high school grade levels.
This speech therapy lesson focuses on building a personal narrative of something that is special about the student themselves, in order to help students build expressive language skills and vocabulary skills, as well as create a personal digital storytelling video to showcase to others. Students will complete a digital story using their school chromebook devices. The face-to-face instructions/lesson of vocabulary and sentence starter examples will take two 25-minute speech therapy sessions. The students will be given time to work on their projects during a third and fourth 25-minute speech therapy session. An additional session will be reserved for students to share their projects in a small group. This lesson plan is designed for middle school to high school grade levels.
This lesson plan is intended for 1st grade students. It is a project type lesson for writing a personal narrative about what they did over the summer using Adobe Spark to create a digital story.
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.