These sites focus on how to integrate technology, specifically digital movies, in the classroom. Ideas, lesson plans, and samples of movie projects are included. An eThemes on Windows 2.1 Movie Maker is included.
This two-page PDF provides a list of ideas and considerations for MovieMaker projects.
This six-page PDF provides ideas for using PowerPoint and MovieMaker to enhance literacy in the classroom.
Students will learn about digital storytelling in this lesson. They will tell a story, create a step by step guide, or produce an informative based movie.
Teach students how to create public service announcements using MovieMaker. Lesson includes: overview, standards, resources and preparation, instructional plan, and related resources.
Watch examples of how one classroom teacher used movie making in her classroom. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This project shows a way to showcase all of the children in your classroom.
This site walks you through the process of creating digital story telling. Read "Creating Whose Knocking" to understand the process. Samples of digital story telling are included.
A classroom activity for 3rd-5th graders to use their knowledge and experience to tell about every day events through a movie.
A classroom activity for 3rd-5th graders to create an animated movie from pictures.
This site uses movies to reflect on understanding of 3rd-5th grader students about the causes and important events of the Civil War. Examples of student works and ideas for a lesson plan are included.
This one-page PDF provides tips for working with Windows Movie Maker software.
These sites help readers learn how to use Windows Movie Maker. Videos, step-by-step instructions, tips and tricks, and tutorials are included.
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