ESL Digital Storytelling Spring 2009
with assistance provided by Mona Gonzales, instructional aide
JamStudio - make your own music online
Partners in Rhyme
Pixel Perfect Digital
Public Domain Photos
See digital stories in class
Listen and take notes: Elements of Digital Stories
Uploaded on authorSTREAM by reyesk
Student photos: Download here (instructor will demonstrate)
Handout for listening and taking notes in class booklet
Explore digital stories online. Use the Web site links listed at Digital Stories on the Web
When you find a digital story you like, copy and paste the URL (http://www....) into an email message you send to the instructors and type in the title of the digital story.
We will view the digital story you selected in class. You will need to tell your classmates what you liked about the digital story and why you chose it.
For example, did you like the message, the story, the images, the sound track, the effects, or what? Also, tell what type or types of digital story it is: personal story, character story, memorial story, adventure story, accomplishment story, story about a place, work story, recovery story, love story, or discovery story.
What are symbols?
Web Sites to use:
Final week of the term!
ESL Digital Storytelling fest
See winner and details on the class blog