Sharing with Others what You've Learn about Your Chosen Country of Study
"Let Out your Creative Beast!"
Watch this SlideShare presentation on allowing yourself to think outside of the box!"
Review what you've learn about the country you have chosen to study...also the survival phrases you've mastered...
REVIEW iBabel Goals...
For the month of April, you will be bringing together the facts that you've learn about your chosen country of study and the expressions you've mastered in a presention to share with others. The notes you've made in Evernote will be invaluable as you plan this presentation.
KEY RESEARCH LINKS
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Find out if any of these amazing structures are located in your chosen country of study!
Introduction to Using iMovie to create movies on Your iPad 2...
ONGOING ACTIVITY - CREATING NOTE CARDS for COUNTRY FACTS in Evernote...
Upload into Evernote this outline and fill it out with your notes and ideas to help you plan through the stages of your iMovie Presentation.
RESOURCES FOR VIDEO, MUSIC & SOUND EFFECTS
RESOURCES FOR IMAGES
Best Sites to Find Public Domain Images and Sounds for Student Projects
Can you determine which countries these coins are from?
Where are these coins from?
This template is for planning purposes. As you know, research takes time and a great deal of planning. Use both sides as a "graphic organizer" to set up your "storyboard" ideas.
Every presentation must have a clear beginning; middle and ending.
Remember to include: expressions [survival phrases you've learned]; a map [showing the location of your country]; monuments [key cultural and tourist destinations in your chosen country of study]; festivals; entertainment [national sport or cultural pasttime] ; national anthem; history/politics; money; economy; and faith/religion.
There will need to be a title page with your name as the presenter/narrator and your grade level. There will also have to be a reference or citation page with scrolling credits, citing the sources you turned to for information on your country.
Sam shows the key features of iMovie 1.3.1 for iPad (iOS) in 5 minutes. Best viewed in full screen at 1080p.
Let's critique this videoclip of travel to Venice in Italy...
A quick introduction to iMovie on iPad, with a bunch of tips for making your own movie in a week.
A review of iMovie for iPad 2. Please write down any questions and we will discuss these in class...