Read the section on Digital Storytelling p. 99 – p. 111 Performance Literacy through Storytelling by Stanley and Dillingham.pdfPreview the document
use the Digital Storytelling Rubric to self-evaluate your creation p. 109. Summarize scores: Story, Detail, etc.
Create a digital story in length from 2.00 to 3 minutes. No need to develop a mini-lesson with it. View the video examples to see the different styles:
Here are some brief digital poems/ stories with mini-lessons from your textbook that Dr. Stanley authored:
October 31st (Links to an external site.)
(1.12) by Karen Alexander p. 54
Simple clip art with original poem/rap with duo voice-over, and African drum by Ben Brenner of the band Skyliner.
How Drum Learned to Talk ( (Links to an external site.)
4.50) by Nile Stanley p.67
This is an African folktale told using a narrated power-point in Movie-Maker with original music – Dr. Stanley on guitars and Ben Brenner on drums. This ends in, essentially a dance contest so it is very popular with live audiences.
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Digital storytelling in early childhood (5.42)
This digital story explains what a digital story is, and how it can be used in an early childhood classroom to support language development, early literacy and extend learning. This is a digital story about how to make a digital story. It is non-fiction informational.
Very advanced example and longer than you need to do unless you’re inspired. If your video is too long , it takes up HUGE MEMORY and will not upload to Canvas and thus you must provide the link to a hosting site like Youtube, Dropbox, etc.
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