If you haven't seen them, here is classroom one and here is classroom two. This class used the Tellagami App as a tool to express their knowledge. Having watched the students working through the four different projects, I can see that each has its strengths.
With this project, the students met as a group to write out a script for their Gami.
This week, the students revisited those scripts, cleaned them up, and then recorded their Gami.
I like that the Tellagami App requires the students to be concise. Each Gami can only be 30 seconds maximum. This particular project is a bit odd because I had the students work in groups with the one 30 second Gami. I was feeling pressed for time, but now that I have seen this project in action, I think they could each produce a Gami. I do like how some chose choral reading to make it not as odd that different voices are emanating from a single character. This does mean more editing for me, if I choose to drop them into one movie. *decisions, decisions*
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