Integrating Multimedia

Integrating Multimedia

as a Tool
How can my students use multimedia for their projects? What applications are available for creating a multimedia presentation?
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Key Topics

  • Examining Multimedia
  • Multimedia in the Classroom
  • Designing an Integrated Lesson Using Multimedia
  • NTeQ Lesson Plan
  • Lesson Bytes for Spreadsheets
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Mulitmedia Basic Functions

  • Creating Digital Video
  • Digital video presentations can utilize existing movies that you can find on the Internet or students can produce their own movies.
  • Creating Presentations
  • An alternative to printed communication is a multimedia presentation that can incorporate sound, graphics, animation, video, and text.
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Script and Storyboard

  • Production starts with a script and storyboard
  • Movies require a sequence that builds the story
  • A script and storyboard is a plan for a story that ensures continuity
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Titles and Credits

  • First step in movie creation is to add the title and credits
  • Options include:
  • Fonts
  • Colors
  • Text animation
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Editing a Movie

  • Import all video segments
  • Import audio clips
  • Narration
  • Music
  • Sound effects
  • Drag and drop clips in sequence
  • Add transitions
  • Adjust segment length
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Creating a Presentation

  • Plan the content
  • Who is the intended audience?
  • What is the presentation topic?
  • What information will this presentation share?
  • What is the actual purpose or goal of this presentation?
  • Create a storyboard
  • Sketch of each slide
  • One card per page
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Creating a Presentation

  • Options to outline
  • Outline in Word
  • Outline view in PowerPoint
  • Type on the slide
  • Change appearance
  • Font
  • Size
  • Color
  • Spacing
  • Special Effects
  • Themes
  • Media
  • Animation
  • Hyperlinks
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Multimedia to

  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Digital media presentations allow the student to prepare an innovative approach to communicating their information.
  • Research and Information Fluency
  • Students can build their communication skills by creating presentations that best use text, graphics, charts, audio, animations, or digital video to relay the intended message.
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
  • Creating multimedia presentations requires students to use presentation technology to communicate their ideas.
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NTeQ Technology Integration
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NTeQ Lesson for Multimedia

  • Matching the Objective to Computer Functions
  • Multimedia tools are used when there is a match between multimedia functions and your objectives.
  • Research and Analysis
  • A multimedia presentation can be part of a problem unit in which students have collected data and need to present the data.
  • Results Presentation
  • The results presentation for a multimedia presentation is a natural extension of the data manipulation step.
  • Planning Computer Activities
  • Plan activities for before, during, and after computer use.
  • Assessment
  • Assess the subject-matter knowledge and skills, as well as aspects of the technology
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Multimedia Functions
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Matching the Objective to Multimedia Functions

  • Organization of the presentation
  • Planning, design, and layout of the presentation
  • Consideration of the message and content
  • Illustration of ideas, including:
  • Photographs
  • Drawings
  • Charts and graphs
  • Digital media
  • Research tools
  • Presentation tools
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Research and Analysis

  • Identify a relevant problem worthy of solving
  • Multimedia supports data collection
  • Multimedia supports data presentation
  • Identify data required to problem solve, such as:
  • Sequencing for a story or task
  • Conducting interviews
  • Plan the specific data manipulation, such as:
  • Writing a summary of an interview
  • Editing the audio or video from the interview
  • Describe how students are to present the data

Integrating Multimedia

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Results Presentation

  • Presentation is an extension of data manipulation
  • Presentation may include:
  • Refinement of the manipulated data
  • The result(s)
  • Presentation guidelines to students should include:
  • Expectations for the final product
  • A rubric for the results presentation
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Planning Computer Activities

  • Activities during computer use
  • Plan what students will do when they work at the computer
  • Consider materials and instructions you must provide
  • Activities before computer use
  • Create outlines or storyboards of presentations
  • Complete steps in process to organize and plan activities
  • Activities after computer use
  • Review and proof the production
  • Check for inclusion of intended information and flow
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  • Subject-matter knowledge and skills
  • Aspects of the technology
  • Quality of audio
  • Quality of images
  • Flow of the digital video production
  • Quality of layout
  • Legibility of text
  • Appropriateness of graphics and animation
  • Sequencing of the presentation
  • Presentation of the material
  • Student’s role within a collaborative project


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