Conducting interviews, Asking follow up questions about interviews, Summarizing info from interviews
Turning interview summaries into narration
did a lot for the city
concerned about education
follow up questions
reposting the primary sources are on a google site
looking at the images first, then read for information
coney island oral history blog
Rhys models a lesson on close-up, mid-shot, wide shot, and framing, listen to a passage read aloud about Seth Lowe park for kids (put them on the SMART board), kids: draw a picture that would go along with one of the statements (kids choose one), rhys: use photobooth to capture kids sketches, discuss - framing the important info: use SMARTBOARD tools to re-frame sketches as close-ups mid shots & wide shots, why did you draw close ups, mid shots or wide shots?, how could the same idea be shown in a wide shot (what was left out/what could be left out?
kids take photos in the park based on storyboards, and/or lists of visual details of the park from the texts that they read for photos
add them to a picasa slideshow on the website
have kids decide what images they need to support 5 statements about what they learned
gather images from park, interviews, web...
upload images from: park, interviews, web to VT
record big idea summaries of what they learned to images in VT, why interview people?, what were our interview questions, who was Seth Lowe? (5 pics, 5 facts?), where is Seth Lowe Park? (map)
5 pics, 5 statements?
post to the website
upload raw interviews to the website (no editing)
one kid camera
one kid asks questions
separate the speech into X lines. record X kids reading lines in front of a green screen. superimpose BBridge behind them.
have a group take photos on walk
upload photos with captions to the website in a slideshow