Presentation on theme: "Digital Narratives (Stories using computer technology) S2 Homework Task - January."— Presentation transcript:
Digital Narratives (Stories using computer technology) S2 Homework Task - January
Checklist Section A Activity 1 Activity 2 Choose your digital form Choose your focus Activity 3 Create your ‘digital narrative’ Section B Activity 1 Submit your ‘digital narrative’
Learning Intentions: I can use notes and other types of writing to generate and develop ideas, remember things, explore problems, make decisions, develop ideas or create original text. Having looked at other writing, I can create texts in different genres by: mixing the conventions of my chosen genre successfully and/or creating interesting and convincing characters and/or building convincing settings which come to life. I can use strategies and resources to spell my words accurately, including specialist vocabulary. I can use punctuation to make the meaning of my sentences clear. I can accurately structure and arrange my sentences to make their meaning clear. I can use paragraphs, and show a straightforward relationship between them. LIT 3-31a LIT 3-25a LIT 3-22a Curriculum for Excellence ‘Experiences and Outcomes’ LIT 3-21a
Learning Intentions: I make my learning better by using my ICT skills in different learning contexts across the curriculum. I can build a digital solution which includes some aspects of multimedia to communicate information to others. TCH3-04a Curriculum for Excellence ‘Experiences and Outcomes’ TCH3-08b
Section A – What is a Digital Narrative? A ‘digital narrative’ is just a story, but one that is presented through technology…
Here are some examples: http://www.storyjumper.com/book/index/201/The-Legend-of-Momotaro http://www.zooburst.com/zb_books-viewer.php?book=zb01_526cd2159b2f8 http://prezi.com/x0winkdp6oe-/introducing-the-prezi-educators-society/
Your task this month involves the notes that you created during the December Task: Understanding the key features of a novel. Using study cards. You will be creating a ‘digital narrative’ based around your class novel and notes. Furthermore, you will be using your skills from another subject area – Computing & I.T.
The opening chapter A key scene A different ending The opening chapter to the sequel (book that comes next) The opening chapter to the prequel (the book that went before) Activity 1: Choose your focus Decide from:
A podcast A Powerpoint Graphic Novel An online animation An online book A Prezi presentation … Activity 2: Choose your digital format
Now go and create your ‘digital narrative’! Activity 3: Create your ‘digital narrative’ Remember: You can use the I.T. facilities during your lunch-break.
There are many free online resources that you can use: http://www.storyjumper.com/ http://www.zooburst.com http://prezi.com http://www.comicmaster.org.uk/ http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/
Section B – Submit your ‘digital narrative’
You can e-mail your teacher: A link to the online presentation A copy of the MP3 audio file A copy of the PowerPoint
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S2 Homework Task - January Checklist Section A Activity 1 Activity 2 Choose your digital form Choose your focus Activity 3 Create your ‘digital narrative’ Section B Activity 1 Submit your ‘digital narrative’