ICT 03:361 - Colleen Bruce

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1. Interactions First People and Europeans

1.1. Students create a Powerpoint Presentation

1.1.1. add to Biography Portfolio Blog

1.2. Students Research the history of 3 Indiginous nations

1.3. Student research

1.3.1. Online

1.3.2. Library

1.3.3. Encyclopedia

1.3.4. Band Office documents

2. Improved Photography Training

2.1. Contrasting Light and Colour

2.2. Special Effects

3. Geography

3.1. Daily Edit (electronicEntries)

3.1.1. Blogger Post

3.2. Prerequisites

3.2.1. Computer

3.2.2. Internet

3.2.3. Cell Phone

3.3. Resources

3.3.1. Other Blogs

3.3.2. My BU Blog

3.4. Notes

3.4.1. Manitoba Curriculum OLE.2

3.4.2. ICT Continuum P1.1, P2.1 G1.3, G2.3 Pr1.1, 2.1 C1.1, 2.1, 3.1 R1.1,2.1

3.4.3. Reasoning Students use a daily edit via blogger as a electronic journal to be applied to the elementary curriculum

3.4.4. Method of Instruction Lecture Blog Presentation

3.4.5. Method of Evaluation Successful completion of blog Successful and regular use of Blog Seeing students apply their ICT knowledge within Blogging and have them create their own gadgets/widgets

4. Phys Ed/Health Ed 12 (wiki 3)

5. Arts Ed - (wiki 8)

5.1. Prerequisites

5.1.1. How saturated is this technology in the community?

5.1.2. Google Account

5.1.3. Internet Access

5.1.4. PC Computer

5.1.5. Cell Phone With Camera able to transfer data

5.1.6. Headphones

5.2. Create own original music video and post it on Youtube

5.2.1. Create Original Audio Composition Create a Sound Track Create Melody track Create Harmony track(s) Create Instrument(s) track(s) Merge all audio tracks FL Studio Software Prerequisites Download Audacity Software Download additional background music as needed

5.2.2. Create Original Video Composition Create a Video track(s) Plan out story line of video Take various Video shots Take various Picture shots Software Prerequisites Access to Windows Movie Maker

5.2.3. Merge Video and Audio Compositions Use Audio Track as foundation (.mp3) Creatively include chosen Video clips Creatively include chosen Picture clips Add special effects, as needed (see Movie Maker) Create Final Mpeg-4/H.264 video Software Prequisites Access to Windows Movie Maker

5.2.4. Upload Video to Youtube Maximum Saturation Cross-posting email Various Social Media Prerequisites Create Google Account Knowledge of how to upload a video Discuss Privacy settings

5.2.5. Discuss Improving Final Product Better Video Editing software Adobe Better Audio recording software karaoke FL Studio Better Hardware Hi resolution Video Camera Hi resolution Camera Hi quality Microphone Improved Musical Training Voice Instruments

5.3. Resources

5.3.1. Personal Experience

5.3.2. Upgraded Video tools

5.3.3. Upgraded Audio tools

5.3.4. Access to "for pay" web services

5.3.5. FL Studio

5.4. Notes

5.4.1. Music Composition - see Manitoba Curriculum M-C 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5

5.4.2. Online publishing of original content - see ICT Curriculum P.1.2, 2.2, 3.2 G. 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 Pr 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 Pr 1.2, 2.2, 3.2 E 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 S 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 M 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 (through repeated experience of this project

5.4.3. Reasoning Increases Self-Confidence Encourages personal ownership of learning Connects students with a larger audience

5.4.4. Method of Instruction Lecture Online Video Tutorial Completed Example

5.4.5. Method of Evaluation Subjective Watching to see how serious the students takes this assignment - hours invested - questions asked Identify talent level of each student within their music discipline Objective Completion of assignment Professional quality end product

6. Social Studies - Grade 5

6.1. Using Google Maps to create a Geography Lesson

6.1.1. Find Google Map of... Each Province Each Provincial Capital Canada National Capital Each Territory Each Territory Capital Canada, Provinces, Territories and all Capitals

6.1.2. Use Google Search Engine Using proper search parameters Provide basic Web Bibliography

6.1.3. Use Google maps Show how to embed code

6.1.4. Embed all Map Codes within Blog Entry

6.2. Prerequisites

6.2.1. Computer

6.2.2. Internet Access

6.2.3. Google/Blog Account

6.3. Notes

6.3.1. ICT Continuum P1.2, P3.2, G1.2, G2.2, G3.2 Pr1.2 C1.1, C2.1, C3.1 Co1.1, Co2.1,

6.3.2. Manitoba Curriculum Cluster 3 6.3.1

6.3.3. Reasoning To give kids a sense of the Land they are apart of/separated from

6.3.4. Method of Instruction Online Research/Google Web Search Google Atlas/Maps On-screen examples

6.3.5. Method of Evaluation Blog Entry Correct Answers Detail of work Web research evaluation

6.4. Canada, Provinces & Territories: The naming of their capital cities

6.5. Resources

6.5.1. Google Search Engine

6.5.2. Google Maps My Google Map for Canadian Capital Cities

6.5.3. Google Images

6.5.4. Wikipedia

6.5.5. Online Canadian Atlas

6.5.6. Twitter inquiry

7. Math 5 (wiki 5)

7.1. Fractions

7.1.1. Online Quiz

7.2. Prerequisites

7.2.1. Computer

7.2.2. Internet

7.3. Notes

7.3.1. Manitoba Curriculum 6.3

7.3.2. ICT Continuum M1.1 E1.1 Pr1.3 P1.2

7.3.3. Reasoning Practice makes perfect

7.3.4. Method of Instruction Lecture Presentation Practice Assignments

7.3.5. Method of Evaluation Amount of questions answered correctly

7.4. Resources

7.4.1. Math Text Book

7.4.2. Online Tutoring

7.4.3. Google Search

7.4.4. Youtube Videos

7.4.5. Twitter Inquiry

8. Science Grade 5 (wiki 7)

8.1. Science

8.1.1. Unit 1 Atypical Inheritnace Research and describe examples of and solve problems involving the inheritance of phenotypic traits that do not follow a dominant-recessive pattern Resources Textbook Google search Hand-outs for reading Twitter inquiry Notes Manitoba Curriculum ICT Continuum Reasoning Method of Instruction Method of Evaluation Prerequisites Internet access Hands on sciene grade 5 text book Computer microphone Blog (google) account Vocaroo Audacity software

9. Social Studies - Grade 5 (wiki 6)

9.1. Communities of the World

9.1.1. Use Concept Mapping Mindmeister

9.1.2. Prerequisites Internet Computer Mindmeister Account

9.1.3. Notes Manitoba Curriculum Gr 3 - Cluster 2 ICT Continuum P1.1, 2.1, 3.1 P1.2, 2.2, 3.2 G1.3, 2.3 Pr1.3 C1.1 Reasoning Pre-work on any project will increase the quality of work Method of Instruction Examples on Mindmeister Lecture Presentation Method of Evaluation Detail of Concept map Usefulness of Concept map

9.1.4. Resources Compare a White-board to Mindmeister My own personal Mindmeister map Books Theory behind successful Concept Mapping

10. English Language Arts 5 (wiki 9 and 11)

10.1. Writing an essay online

10.1.1. Bibliography Zotero Teach different styles

10.1.2. Google Docs

10.1.3. Concept Mapping Mindmeister

10.1.4. Thesis

10.1.5. Body 3 main points

10.1.6. Conclusion

10.1.7. Title Page

10.2. Prerequisite

10.2.1. Google Account

10.2.2. Google Drive Teach how to use it

10.2.3. Firefox Browser

10.2.4. Mindmeister account

10.2.5. Computer

10.2.6. Internet

10.3. Resources

10.3.1. Library

10.3.2. Google Scholar

10.3.3. Already completed papers

10.3.4. Classroom instruction

10.4. Notes

10.4.1. Manitoba Curriculum 6.3

10.4.2. ICT Continuum G1.2, G1.3, 2.3 P3.2 G1.4,2.4 Pr1.2, Pr2.2 Pr1.3 C1.1 E1.3 E2.1, E3.1

10.4.3. Reasoning Preparation for Post-Secondary education Forces students to articulate thoughts in a clear and concise way

10.4.4. Method of Instruction Lecture Editting

10.4.5. Method of Evaluation Meeting Outcome requirements

11. Native Studies grade 5 (wiki 10)

11.1. Cluster 3 Fur Trade

11.1.1. Prerequisites Google Account Brainshark Account Computer Microphone

11.1.2. Resources Band Office Archives School Library Brainshark Google Drive

11.1.3. Notes Manitoba Curriculum 2-16 ICT Continuum P 1.1, P2.1, P3.1 G1.1, G2.1, G3.1 Pr1.2, Pr2.2 C1.1, C2.1, C3.1 S1.1, 2.1, 3.1 Reasoning Understanding our History hopefully inspires us to act in a better way Method of Instruction Lecture Research Online Videos Skype Field Trip Interview of Band leadership Method of Assessment Subjective Objective