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Make that Paper Slide: Part II

April10

Yep, I’m back again with some additional “one take wonders” otherwise known as Paper Slide Videos! That’s right… The students in my Multimedia class recently created some very imaginative projects, so I couldn’t resist sharing some of these awesome ideas once again.

It wasn’t just the creativity alone that stood out for me. Most impressive was the students’ enthusiasm and eagerness to complete the project—which was a Benchmark Assessment. Imagine that! Hopefully you will be inspired to develop a similar activity for your classroom—one your students will surely love! Trust me on that one!

Besides creating a script and corresponding storyboard (see attachment at the end of this post), students were required to generate their slides using digital tools of their choosing (i.e. Gimp, Paint, PowerPoint). I also encouraged them to highlight their photo editing skills in the process as many of these students are very adept at “tweaking” images. And the rest, as they say, was history! Enjoy the shows!



For additional information about Paper Slide Videos, check out my original post here.

Another pretty informative site I recently stumbled upon is Simply Stephanie. This blog contains a “Lesson Learned” post that details the steps involved in creating and implementing a successful Paper Slide Video project in your classroom. Be sure to check it out!

Feel free to utilize the following handout for your Paper Slide adventure!

Paper Slide Video Project Storyboard

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