Division 7 2018

In second term Division 7 came to the library to work on digital storytelling using our iPads. We used the Toontastic app to help us learn about story elements such as setting, characters, conflict, climax and resolution. First the students played with the app and used it to retell well know fairy tales. Next students completed storyboards for their own original stories. Then students worked on recording and animating their stories using the app. We celebrated our hard work with a sharing session.  We watched all of our stories and provided feedback to one another: What did the makers do well? What could they improve? We learned and noticed many things.

  • It is important to make our voices clear and loud enough for the audience to understand.
  • When we animate (move) our characters, it makes the story more interesting.
  • When we use expression our audience wants to listen.
  • Our pictures need to match our words for the story to make sense.
  • It is important to listen to our team and make decisions about our story together.
  • Everybody needs to do their share of the work.
  • We had fun telling our stories and listening to our classmates’ stories.
  • We enjoyed learning how to use a new app: Toontasic.

We hope you enjoy watching our final projects! 

Jack and the Beanstalk by Charles and Ryan from South Slope/ BCSD Library on Vimeo.

The Fire by Rohman and Jason from South Slope/ BCSD Library on Vimeo.

Hungry Sharks by Joshua and Mateo from South Slope/ BCSD Library on Vimeo.