Today you will continue your research on a specific volcano and begin to write your paragraphs in Google Drive. You will learn how to upload the picture of the cross-section of a volcano that you drew in Drawing Pad into your Google Drive for use in your research paper.
We will begin our movie of the Pilgrim’s journey today.
- Fill out your storyboard with the facts that you have learned from your research
- Draw pictures to illustrate your facts
- Add the pictures to the movie and caption them
- Voiceover the pictures with your written facts
- Choose music to go along with your movie
You will use the iPads to create a movie for your parent to view during open house. First type your biopoem in in the app Drawing Pad. Add a few pictures and an attractive font. Next import the saved jpg file into the app iMovie and read the poem to voiceover. Add some music to finish it off.
We added a twist to our butterfly life cycle animations. We created a movie with iMovie, complete with music and a title page made with Drawing Pad. See our movies here.
Now that we’ve completed the phases of the moon animation, let’s bring it into iMovie on the iPad and add music. Create a title for the movie in Drawing Pad and save to the camera roll.
We will begin our explorer projects using the iPads. Use the Explorer Wiki Resources to help you.
1. Research your explorer and include the following information:
a. Why he explored
b. Who sponsored him
c. Where he traveled
d. How did he treat the Native people
e. What was accomplishments
2. Write the script and the bibliography.
3. Gather public domain images or creative common images for your script and save to the Camera Roll.
We will Use Explain Everything for your bibliography, Drawing Pad to create a green screen, Tellagami for your avatar speaking your script, and Green Screen to put your images and avatar together. See my sample below.
Today we will use the iPads to publish your cinquains about snow. We will create animated snowflakes in Do Ink, type the poem in Drawing Pad, then put them together in Green Screen. Finally, we will voice over the animation in iMovie.
Let’s make a movie based on your field trip to Ward’s Berry Farm! Today we will use the app Drawing Pad to create a picture of something you learned about at the farm. We will put all the pictures in the app Explain Everything and record our voices describing our picture. Finally we will turn all our slides into a movie for all to enjoy.
Today we will work in the classroom using iPads and the app Drawing Pad to create a math story using number models and math mountains.