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  1. Integrating Multimedia Into Your Lessons Adapted by Melvin C. Figueroa-Mateo New River Middle School Fort Lauderdale, Fl

  2. Purpose:To encourage educators to utilize technology for integration into lesson plans

  3. Objective: • Through the integration of multimedia projects teachers will be able to enhance their lessons while capturing their students’ interest more effective; • Students will develop the following academic skills: cooperative-learning, research, reading, mathematics, and analytical writing, public speaking and presentation skills; • Students will become technology competent.

  4. Unit of Practice • Standards – Framework (Sunshine Standards) • Invitation – The goals and objectives the teacher wants to address with this project. • Task- Action students will be asked to undertake • Tools- Instruments students will use to approach their tasks • Interactions- The way students and teacher will work with each other • Situations- The place and time students will have to work on theactivity • Assessment- Criteria by which students will be evaluated

  5. Overview • The teacher’s role may change from the authoritative source of information to facilitator of exploration; • The physical organization of the classroom may shift to accommodate the learning activity; • Classroom activities may evolve to learner-centered, learner driven projects which over time engage the students in development of problem-solving skills and critical thinking.

  6. Week One: Developing The Topic • What is multimedia? • Why does multimedia work in classroom projects? • Planning, organizing & story boarding devastating weather using concept maps. • Organizing cooperative learning groups.

  7. Week Two: Technology Know how • Operation of digital cameras, firewire, & USB cables • Using iMovie, iTUnes, & iPhoto • Scanning and downloading documents, photos, and movie clips

  8. Week Three: Putting it Together • Tapping interviews • Importing images and sound from the internet and print material • Putting the Movie together

  9. Week Four: Putting it Together II • Editing and other finishing touches • Making your credits • Presenting your movie and critiques • Burning your movie to a CD or converting it to a VCR tape

  10. Integrating Multimedia Into Your Lessons SAMPLE PROJECT DEVASTATING WEATHER

  11. Unit of Practice • Standards SC.C. 1.3: The student recognized that the processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth SC.H.3.3: Student understand that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent.

  12. Invitation Students will develop an understanding of the social, environmental, and economic impact of weather, what make weather devastating, and how weather is part of the systems of the Earth.

  13. Task Students will work in groups to research weather phenomena, define devastating weather, create a multimedia presentation detailing their findings and conclusions.

  14. Tools Computer, the internet, atlases, resource books, digital camera, a scanner, word processing software, presentation software, textbooks, chart paper, and markers.

  15. Interaction What will be the roles of the teacher, groups, individuals within the groups? Will the roles and make-up of the groups change throughout the process?

  16. Situation How much time will be needed for each phase of the project? How much time will be needed for the project to be completed? Where will the project take place at each phase of the project?

  17. Assessment A rubric will be developed to assess phase progress of content, oral presentation, and group collaboration The teacher asks questions and informally monitors group progress through the unit. Completion of storyboard, iMovie and/or powerpoint presentation.

  18. Week One: Developing The Topic • What is multimedia? • Why does multimedia work in classroom projects? • Planning, organizing & story boarding devastating weather using concept maps. • Organizing cooperative learning groups.

  19. Creating Storyboards Using Inspiration Inspiration is a software that helps you organize your thoughts using webs and outlines. You can create pictures of concepts or ideas so you can see how one idea relates to the others. In this step-by-step card, you will use Inspiration to create a storyboard. Click on the link below and follow the website directions. Inspiration Tutorial

  20. Sample Video Storyboard

  21. Sample Video Storyboard-2

  22. Week two: Technology Know how iMovie Tutorial lesson #1 iMovie Tutorial lessons#2-7 Click on these links, once the window opens click on iMovie tutorial

  23. Week Three: Putting it Together • Tapping interviews • Importing images and sound from the internet and print material • Putting the Movie together • iMovie Tutorial lesson #1 • iMovie Tutorial lessons #2-7

  24. Downloading Media Elements From the Internet It is very easy to download photographs, clip art, sounds and QuickTime movies from the Internet. This step-by-step card describes how to download these files from the internet. Click on the link below and follow the menu. Downloading Tutorial

  25. Week Four: Putting it Together II • Editing and other finishing touches • Making your credits • Presenting your movie and critiques • Burning your movie to a CD or converting it to a VCR tape iMovie Tutorial lesson #1 iMovie Tutorial lessons #2-7

  26. Resources: Devastating Weather • Hurricanes • Hurricanes.2 • Droughts • Droughts.2 • Blizzards • Devastating weather • Floods

  27. Credits Curriculum developed and implemented by: Elyse Brunt, Gifted Teacher, New River Middle School, Fort Lauderdale, Fl Jill Cohn, Technology Teacher, New River Middle School, Fort Lauderdale, Fl 2005