Teaching with Digital Video: Watch, Analyze, Create
Glen L. Bull and Lynn Bell
With digital video, your students can:
Watch a demonstration of the speed of sound
Analyze classmates’ poetry performances
Create videos that document cultural differences
And the best part is that it’s engaging. Your students are most likely already watching, creating, uploading, and sharing digital video in their spare time, so why not incorporate this tool they already enjoy in the classroom?
Bull and Bell bring together lesson plans, ideas, and resources aligned with the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) and content-area standards so that you can use digital video in the classroom effectively. The book also includes information on acquiring, creating, and communicating with digital video.
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