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Animated Classic Reading

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Submitted by: Lisa M Lane

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Take a classic piece of literature - something that begs to be read aloud - and have animated characters do a dramatic reading.

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Goodnight Moon!

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This assignment is 4 stars.

This assignment stood out to me because I have never done anything like this before. I like trying new things. I decided to do a voice over for one of my favorite children’s book, Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise …

Apocalyptic Airwave Streaming on Video!

Plotagon is amazingly fun! This (free) program lets you pick characters, scenes, dialogue, and emotion to create stories. It took me a while to figure out how to add four characters because only two can be shown at a single time. Once I figured that out, it was simple to …

It Was a Pleasure to Burn (Animated Classic Reading Assignment)

This is my submission for the Animated Classic Reading assignment, a 3-star assignment for DS106. This is the third of the five required video assignments for the two-week period, bringing my total to 13 stars. Here are the instructions for the assignment:

Take a classic piece of literature – something …

Animated Classic Reading: Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”

While browsing the DS106 Assignment Bank, I came across the Animated Classic Reading video assignment.  The premise of the assignment is to use animated characters to recite a famous piece of literature.  Using the program Plotagon, I created an animated classroom setting where one character is reciting the …

Plotagon and Gilgamesh

The software is Plotagon, which is free and in beta. It was shared with me by Tom Hodgers, a member of the POT Cert class, because I was looking for a replacement for the now defunct Xtranormal. I ran it on Mac OS 10.6 even though it requires …

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