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Telling, Retelling and Recreating

Age: 8 – 12 yrs Overview The PhotoStory is a free software from Microsoft that allows you to make videos from a collection of images, to which you can add sound (narration, music) and motion (effects and transitions). It is an excellent tool for working with young children for being very easy to use. The  Full Article…


Animating the Past.

Who doesn’t love the ever-popular Wallace and Gromit? Stop motion animation isn’t limited to claymation; Tim Burton used stop-motion and puppets to create The Nightmare Before Christmas. Learners can use just about anything in their stop-motion animation, and thanks to digital cameras and computers, creating one is super easy! Necessary skills before the activity – How to  Full Article…


Reporting on practical work through vodcasting

Age: 12-15 years In this lesson, centered in any practical activity implemented in the classroom, students must present their report through a vodcast. (Vodcast = podcast with video) 1. Gain Attention This time, after doing your practical work, you will try a different way of presenting the process and discussing the results: vodcasting. To complete  Full Article…