Team Members:

  1. Glenys Neuman - ECS
  2. Tammy Podovinnikoff - ECS
  3. Pam Altwasser - Yellow Grass

6 CC 20.2 Indicator d.

Create and present a visual or multimedia presentation of an interview with a literary character (or author or historical or contemporary person) using dramatization or role-play:

Interviewer:
  • obtain pertinent information from interviewee
  • prepare questions that explore the character and his/her conflicts
  • ask relevant and open-ended questions
  • reflect tactful wording. Role-play:
  • analyze situations and character from a scene, event, or story
  • interview and stay in character
  • bring the literary character to life.

Role-play:
  • analyze situations and character from a scene, event, or story
  • interview and stay in character
  • bring the literary character to life.

Suggestions for Assignments:
  • Use with a novel study and have the students interview one of the characters from the novel.

Sample Assessments:
Below are sample rubrics taken from the Northeast School Division website:



Resources:


Installed on Computers
  • Audacity (audio recording)
  • Premiere Elements (video editing)

Here is an example of a blog used to tell a story, and relay information. (And there's zombies!)

http://www.emergencyinfobc.gov.bc.ca/day-one-outbreak.html


50+ Web 2.0 Ways To Tell a Story
http://50ways.wikispaces.com/
Note - This is a useful teacher resource, but may be overwhelming for students (too many options!).

XtraNormal
http://www.xtranormal.com/
A service that makes animated characters speak what you type in or record.
Note - There are paid and unpaid elements available. Paying gives you more content.

Voicethread
Here is a link to a sample Voicethread:
http://voicethread.com/share/3098810
Note - You can display only one picture at a time while playing your sound recording.

Make Beliefs Comix
http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/
Create a comic strip online.
Note - You cannot save your changes online, so you must complete your comic strip in one sitting.