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2 jpschools.org INTEGRATION OF MULTIMEDIA AND TEXT By: Denise Cooper Literacy Integration Specialist Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant Woodland West Elementary

3 jpschools.org What do you want for your students who are taking PARCC in 2016? Scenario 1: Your students taking the PARCC Test being blindsided by pictures, videos, and interactive questions. Scenario 2: Your students taking the PARCC Test while confidently combating all of the pictures, videos, and interactive questions thrown their way. ATTENTION LEADERS!!!! Don’t be scared…BE PREPARED!!!

4 jpschools.org OK, LEADERS, WHAT DO WE KNOW? Our students are digital natives and our job is to TALK THEIR LANGUAGE!!! What is their language? Teacher lecture and reading print text all day…NOT!!!!!!! So what is it you ask?? Multimedia + Printed Text = AUTHENTIC LESSONS & HIGH STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

5 jpschools.org LEADERS, what do you know about authentic lessons with high student engagement?

6 jpschools.org SO LEADERS… HERE IT IS… THE COLD HARD REALITY OF WHAT YOUR STUDENTS WILL BE FACING… The Facts Are: Common Core standards demand an increased emphasis on the analysis across multiple texts, often of varied genres and media. Several standards, especially for reading literature, require inter-textual and multi-media analysis.

7 jpschools.org STANDARDS REQUIRING PAIRED OR MULTIPLE TEXTS GradeNumber of RL, RI, RH, and RST standards requiring more than one stimulus ( stimulus may be text, art, graphic, quantitative info, multimedia) Standard Codes 34RL.7, 9; RI.7, 9 46RL.6, 7, 9; RI.6, 7, 9 56RL.7, 9; RI.5, 6, 7, 9 68RL.7,9; RI.7,9; RH.7,9; RST.7, RL.5, 7,9; RI.7,9; RH.7,9; RST.7,9 99RL.7,9; RI.7,9; RH.6,7,9; RST.7, RL.7,9; RI.7; RH.6,7,9; RST.7,9

8 jpschools.org PARCC ARTIFACTS GRADE 4 Today, you will read two articles and watch a video about the survival of wild horses on Assateague Island in Maryland and Chincoteague Island in Virginia. As you review these sources, you will gather information and answer questions so that you can write an essay.

9 jpschools.org PARCC ARTIFACTS GRADE 10

10 jpschools.org SAMPLE MEDIA CLIP FROM GRADE 8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXcRw6Piaj8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXcRw6Piaj8

11 jpschools.org WOODLAND WEST FIFTH GRADE USE OF MULTIMEDIA PURPOSE: ANALYZE (COMPARE AND CONTRAST) THE TWO GRAPHIC IMAGES NOTING HOW THE AUTHOR CREATES THE VIEWER’S MOOD. “MONSTERS, INC. NEW ORLEANS IMAGE 1 IMAGE 2 IMAGE 1 IMAGE 2

12 jpschools.org Woodland West Fifth Grade Media Integration Movie Clips Purpose: To compare and contrast the two video clips on same topic analyzing how the author creates the viewer’s mood. Toy Story Clip 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYz2wyBy3kc Toy Story Clip 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOuEmQ5loEE Tangled Clip 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRTGfM4X-0Q Tangled Clip 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyOyBVXDJ9Q

13 jpschools.org  Teachers must make media integration part of daily lessons.  Students must be navigating media while comparing/contrasting written and spoken text with graphic images, animation and video.  Suggested Media Resources: Louisiana Guide Book Library of Congress Discovery Education PARCC Practice Tests nbclearn - Google Search iready.com Click on Hyperlink to access the above websites LEADERS, WHERE TO BEGIN?

14 jpschools.org JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT COULDN’T GET MORE FUN… Integration of media is not enough… students must knowledgeable using technology to answer multistep questions.

15 jpschools.org IN CLOSING, MULTIMEDIA IS THE REALITY OF HOW KIDS ACCESS INFORMATION IN THE REAL WORLD. THEREFORE, IT IS A MUST THAT LESSONS ARE DESIGNED WITH MEDIA FOR AUTHENTIC STUDENT LEARNING TO TAKE PLACE. I will leave you with one question to ponder. How many lessons in your schools have you observed including multimedia?


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