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Sarit Yahalomi: VELVET AND THE MEN WHO LOVE IT (PART 1)

Sarit Yahalomi: VELVET AND THE MEN WHO LOVE IT (PART 1)

Book Trailer Basics: How to Create Your Own Book Trailer and Bring Your Story to Life | WOW! Women On Writing

Book Trailer Basics: How to Create Your Own Book Trailer and Bring Your Story to Life | WOW! Women On Writing

We read books and then created book trailers using Movie Maker! There were so many standards met in this engaging reading (technology) project! Read about it and get the free download (with Rubric) to get started!!

Creating Book Trailers in the Classroom

We read books and then created book trailers using Movie Maker! There were so many standards met in this engaging reading (technology) project! Read about it and get the free download (with Rubric) to get started!!

21st Century Book Talks & Trailers Thinglink! Lots of Ideas and Resources!  http://www.thinglink.com/scene/543531502260977664

21st Century Book Talks & Trailers Thinglink! Lots of Ideas and Resources! http://www.thinglink.com/scene/543531502260977664

I pinned this because fan book trailers are widely popular online. This might be a terrific project for a TAB group because they learn how to sell a story through photos. Uploaded videos could be used to promote participation in TAB.

I pinned this because fan book trailers are widely popular online. This might be a terrific project for a TAB group because they learn how to sell a story through photos. Uploaded videos could be used to promote participation in TAB.

In “Sneak Peek,” students ages 14 and up analyze literature and visually demonstrate their comprehension of details. Using the Stop Motion Studio app, they create a book trailer promoting its imagery, symbolism, or theme. Students select a scene they feel best illustrates their point and then create a storyboard before making their video. The class then watches and discusses everyone’s creations. For more lesson ideas, use this free book: http://apple.co/BookTrailer

In “Sneak Peek,” students ages 14 and up analyze literature and visually demonstrate their comprehension of details. Using the Stop Motion Studio app, they create a book trailer promoting its imagery, symbolism, or theme. Students select a scene they feel best illustrates their point and then create a storyboard before making their video. The class then watches and discusses everyone’s creations. For more lesson ideas, use this free book: http://apple.co/BookTrailer

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