Multimedia presentations, (e.g., web page, PowerPoint, etc.), provide opportunities for students to synthesize new knowledge and share their understandings. Multimedia presentations allow students to represent their understandings creatively by including text, images, sound clips, and hyperlinks that support their ideas and information. Presentations are often collaborative in nature and intended to be shared with a broader audience. In planning their presentations, students need to consider how the structure of the presentation will communicate information effectively to their intended audience. Resources Vocabulary Rapid Fire Template \blm\sci\g\rapidfirevocabulary.ppt SBLM Vocabulary Rapid Fire Sample \blm\sci\g\sounsample.ppt TI Q:\cn\help\sound.html Update as this is for Wind95
Purposes Specific Learning Outcomes LICT Descriptors How To Do Related Information
Provide students time to practice before they give their presentations.
Animation link to file Artistic Representations link to file Claymation link to file Critical Viewing of Media link to file Multimedia Rapid Fire Vocabulary link to file Representations/Presentations link to file Video Production link to file Visual Literacy link to file Vocabulary: Rapid Fire link to file
Assessment / Think Abouts
Focus assessment on a manageable number of outcomes/students. Construct student-generated assessment criteria (e.g., audience engagement, audio/visual appeal, content, presentation techniques, etc.).Constructing Student-Generated Criteria for Quality Work http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/multilevel/blms/blm_2.docCriteria Setting link to file Record focused observations to monitor student growth.Focused Observation Form blm/ela/g/blm_5 TBLMFocused Observation Form Sample blm/ela/g/blm_5a TI Guide peer and self-assessment on whether the presentation effectively communicates the intended message.Self-Assessment link to file Guide peer and self-assessment on whether the presentation effectively communicates the intended message.Self-Assessment link to file Have students select multimedia presentations for inclusion in their portfolios and highlighting evidence of their understanding.Portfolios link to file
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Specific Learning Outcomes Related Information Provide students time to practice before they give their presentations. Name How To Do Purpos...