Multi-disciplinary Spooky Landscapes
Animating: We are going to take turns animating a semi-transparent ghost using the DOINK app over the digital version of our finished art. View the gallery of finished art on Artsonia here.
Composing: In preparation for our spooky class animation we experimented with NODE BEAT to make a collaborative spooky song. Listen to it here or below.
Poetry: Our spooky tree was inspired by this SPOOK TREE poem created collaboratively years ago on garageband by 1st graders. Listen to it here or below.
Drama: We also tried some interactive storytelling techniques learned from a Golden Apple Foundation Conference in September lead by Colin Reeves. We all tried telling the story using body language & expressive voices while following along with this recording.
Storytelling with Dynamic Media: A few volunteers tried telling a quick story using our Green Screen app by DOINK about why their spooky landscape was spooky. Take a peek at these four students sharing before their own art below or here.
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