Reflection: Complex Tasks Final Project: Integrating Scripts and Editing Videos (Day 3 of 3) - Section 4: Exit Slip


In the final  analysis, this was a great project, but I would make some changes.  It favored the self-starter, definitely.  It was a departure from the scaffolded approach that we typically experience in which students know just what to expect from one moment to the next.  Here, in contrast, the student needed to be ready to finalize a complex project and simply put 'get it done' on time and with insight.  All of the students did a book poster and comparison writing, but not all completed the final video project, so I would plan a little more time in here at the end, and I would make sure to secure extra time with some students out of their study hall or maybe as a mandatory after school session so that they can be sure to get it accomplished. 

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Final Project: Integrating Scripts and Editing Videos (Day 3 of 3)

Unit 12: Reading Unbound: Using a Choice Text to Assess Yearlong Reading and to Explore Intertextual Connections
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT represent a novel visually by integrating a written script and a selected images, editing these elements into a crafted final project.

Big Idea: Students show what they know by finishing their edited digital stories.

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