Storytelling Made Simple

Submitted 8 years ago
Michael G.
Michael G.
Bayshore Middle School
Leonardo NJ, US
My Rating

My Take

I think that it is a good tool to create with, but there seemed to be a learning curve for the students. Some were confused on the controls, but worked it out in small group problem solving.

How I Use It

Students have to tell the story of a World War I era person from any combatant country through the use of relevant pictures and voice over storytelling. The links are then published on the class website and students must choose one to review, as long as it is not yours.