Presentation on theme: "RESEARCH THE ECOSYSTEM OF A MARINE CREATURE BY MR. VON HOPPE, JHS 226Q STANDARDS: ELA 1, MST 2 & 4 AIM: SWBAT use library resources to learn about a marine."— Presentation transcript:
RESEARCH THE ECOSYSTEM OF A MARINE CREATURE BY MR. VON HOPPE, JHS 226Q STANDARDS: ELA 1, MST 2 & 4 AIM: SWBAT use library resources to learn about a marine creature. They will demonstrate what they learned by creating a podcast of their findings.
Begin by looking at books on marine life, brainstorm…confer with your teacher... Subject terms: ocean, fish, whales, turtles, mollusk, sharks... Books in the CCD “animals” collection: Call #591, 599. Books: encyclopedias, such as Volume A, M, S, W, F... Locate these books through the OPAC: (click on “catalog”) Online Databases: use my portaportal site: Type “ms226library” in “Guest Access”. I recommend Grolier.
What is the 226Q CCD collection? The Cooperative Collection Development, or “CCD”, collection at 27Q226 will be used in these Science lessons. The CCD collection is a large group of books and videos about pets and wild creatures of the air, land and sea, and the environments they live in. The Animals CCD collection offers a wide variety of reading levels, has a wealth of illustrations and subjects, and has many individual titles and sets of specific wildlife encyclopedias. The collection contains over 3000 volumes. The purpose of the collection is to help children learn about the living environment while motivating them to read and discover the living planet they inhabit. Image by Eric H Cheng seawayblog.blogspot.com
Books & online sources… There are MANY print & online sources in the library for you to use on this project. Focus on the research…yo u won’t need images for your podcast.
Group work rubric by Gina Ward, Stay organized: note-taking sheet & group work rubric
Learn the basics of podcasting Recommended tools: Podcast demos Computer with internal microphone Garageband iTunes Internet browser, such as Safari Text, Word, or pencil & paper for your script Recommended tools: Podcast demos Computer with internal microphone Garageband iTunes Internet browser, such as Safari Text, Word, or pencil & paper for your script A podcast is an audio file with one or more tracks. You may make a skit or interview about your animal for your group podcast. After you edit the voice tracks, create background music. Watch the tutorial: /garageband08.html#podcast /garageband08.html#podcast Need more help? Google “podcast tutorials” After you create the podcast in Garageband, share it by sending it to your iTunes library, or export to disk or CD.
Develop & Share Out podcasts! Focus on podcasting during the second class. Confused? Listen to free podcasts at iTunes University; watch demos. Third class: share out what we learned: Gallery Walk
REFLECTION Review your rubrics Discuss your work What did you learn? Questions about subject? Questions about process? Questions about podcasts? Surprises? 16x9 What will you do differently next time?