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How to create video storytelling that actually tells a story

How to create video storytelling that actually tells a story

Telling Your Story NewsHour Extra: Lesson Plan | Why I Go to School: A Student Multimedia Project Pinterest is an online social media platform that encourages users to view, share and display photos and ideas on virtual “pinboards.” This lesson plan will use Pinterest to have students think in-depth about what keeps them in school. The high school dropout crisis is affecting many American schools, and experts are hard at work trying to find out why kids drop out. The American Graduate project and the PBS NewsHour are also reporting on what's behind the nation's dropout crisis. To look at the issue from another angle, this lesson plan addresses a elated question: what motivates kids to stay in school? 1. 2. 3. Flickr Creative Commons Google Advanced Image Search - be sure to select “only images labeled for reuse.” Wikimedia Commons If students choose to submit a personal photo, please let them know that Pinterest reserves the right to use and even sell the photo as they see fit. 4. 5. “ Drop Out or Stay in School? “Dropping Out Impacts Michigan’s Future”

Jeanne Robertson humorist speaker Official Site Book for business meetings, conventions, keynote speeches. Toastmasters Golden Gavel award winner for funny stuff. Online humor store books, videos, audio tapes. LipDub 101 - Get your whole school involved! The room was filled with anticipation – it had been almost one full month since we had all been together. To see this amazing video click HERE. I approached the microphone and asked the crowd if they were ready to see what they had accomplished...I took the roar of the crowd as an affirmative. A few months earlier, I had been sent a link to a video on YouTube, of students and staff at UVIC lip-synching and dancing to “Hey Soul Sister” by Train. – “Way to go, UVIC! Shortly thereafter, I decided that we at the real UVic (the one in Canada) have to respond with a video of our own. After seeing the video, I threw together a Facebook Group entitled “UVic Lipdub – Be a Part of a Viral Video” and sent out invitations to my school friends. I wanted to use competition as a means of bringing students out and engaging in the lipdub project, and luckily for us, we had the other UVIC to thank for having started the competition (unbeknownst to them). changed and manipulated.

Simon's Cat Welcome to the Simon's Cat Youtube channel! Don't forget to subscribe! If you're already a fan on YouTube, why not check out our Facebook page too! Simon's Cat is an animated series featuring the mischievous and often hilarious antics of a fat white cat and his owner Simon. The channel includes:Simon's Cat Films - Short, funny animations that observe life as a cat owner.Simon's Cat Logic - A fun and informative series that looks at why cats do the silly things they do, and what we can do to help them live happy and healthy lives.Simon's Cat 'How To': Tutorials on how to draw and animate in Simon's Cat style.Simon's Cat: Behind the Scenes: Sneak peek into the work we do. Have you visited the official Simon's Cat website? Want to see more of our Black & White films? Want to know more about the history of Simon's Cat? Edited by: Minesh ChandaranaExecutive Producer: Mike BellProducer: Emma BurchAssociate Producer: Edwin EckfordProduction Manager: Rebecca Warner-Perry FAQs: Q. Q. Q. Q.

Throw your own color fight Here we are over two weeks into 2013, and I still feel like I'm trying to settle into the new year. Way back when, I showed you the invitations for my children's color party. Well I had a big crazy idea to have a color powder fight. I am so excited to tell you that it was so much fun! You don't have to take my word for it, look at the joy on those girls faces. I have been seeing things like Color Runs and the festival of Holi become more and more popular in recent years. First I'll tell you how to make the powder, then I'll take about the actual fight. Color Powder Recipe Supplies: 1 lb Non-toxic Tempera Paint Powder - I liked the Colorations brand the best. Directions Add 1 pound of Tempera Paint powder to the food processor.Pour about 1/3 of the corn starch into the food processor and pulse until well combined. Planning the actual fight: I decided to get all the party guests(parents) on board with this unorthodox activity, I would purchase white shirts for all the kids participating.

20 Clever Logos with Hidden Symbolism In the world of advertising, logo design & branding is one of the key pillars of a company’s identity. The amount of thought and work that goes behind the seemingly simplest of logos would boggle the mind of any advertising outsider. Below we will review 20 clever logos that have hidden symbolism you may have not noticed before. Some are obvious, others are subtle, but all of them are interesting to examine. The FedEx Logo The white space between the ‘E’ and the ‘X’ forms a perfect arrow, suggesting a company moving forward and looking ahead. The Goodwill Logo The iconic smiling face is in fact the ‘G’ in Goodwill zoomed in an cropped slightly. The Milwaukee Brewers Logo The classic Milwaukee Brewers logo not only looks like a baseball glove, but the letters ‘M’ and ‘B’ actually form the glove! The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Logo On either side of the tree, the faces of a gorilla and lion appear in white. The Tostitos Logo Who knew the logo was where the party’s at? The Eight Logo

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