Welcome Video by Sally Garneski

created on Sep 22, 2015 modified on Jun 24, 2016 08:26

description:

Midddle School video in French to help with orientation of new students from Francophone Africa

publisher:
National Foreign Language Resource Center
publish_date:
Sept. 22, 2015
contributors:
Sally Garneski
copyright:
uri:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tVsvwz_lc9BVeplBSgbnEE1XKCeXZKsmNG5R_dagyaM/edit

Language: French


Subject Area(s): global challenges, language and literature, emigration/immigration


Instructional Context


not specified

Language Proficiency


not specified

World Readiness Standards


Communication
Presentational

Communities
School and Global
Lifelong Learning

Comparisons
Cultural comparisons

Connections
Making Connections
Acquiring Information and Diverse Perspectives

Communication
Interpersonal
Interpretive

Cultures
Relating Cultural Practices to Perspectives

21st Century Skills


Information, Media, and Technology Skills
Communication
Media Literacy
Technology Literacy

Life and Career Skills
Social and Cross Cultural Skills
Productivity and Accountability
Leadership and responsibility

Information, Media, and Technology Skills
Creativity and Innovation

Interdisciplinary Themes
Global Awareness
Civic Literacy

Life and Career Skills
Flexibility and adaptability
Initiative and Self-Direction

Project Sequence Overview

Preparing for the Project

1. pen pal letters - A sentence that summarizes this task.Read pen pal letters from African pen pals more detail

2. Internet search - A sentence that summarizes this task. Search internet for relevant and credible information about life in Francophone Africa. more detail

Launching the Project

1. introductory video - A sentence that summarizes this task. Students watch video about boy in suitcase more detail

Managing the Project

1. Research local information - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students will use internet resources to find information about the local area that they might want to include in their video. more detail

2. Vocabulary brainstorming - A sentence that summarizes this task. Students will brainstorm a list of vocabulary words that they might need in order to discuss life in Francophone Africa and to make their video. more detail

3. Brainstorm possible need to knows for new immigrants - A sentence that summarizes this task. Students will brainstorm what new immigrants might need to know about life and opportunities in the Seattle area. more detail

4. Script writng - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students write script and filming instructions for their video. more detail

5. Video project map - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students break up into small group and make a map or outline of the video they hope to make. more detail

6. Need to know share - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students in small groups share their need to knows before filming begins more detail

7. prepare to shoot - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students hone script divvy up tasks, line up props and equipment, etc more detail

8. Make video - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students begin to make their videos in their individual work groups more detail

9. Edit video - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students edit the videos in their small groups more detail

10. polish and revise - A sentence that summarizes this task.Time for groups to polish or revise if needed more detail

11. Share with audience - A sentence that summarizes this task. Students will share video with community audience and African pen pals on line. more detail

Assessment

1. Information share - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students will share with class the results of their preliminary research. more detail

2. Plan share - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students will share their plan with the group more detail

3. Class share - A sentence that summarizes this task. Groups share their videos with whole group more detail

4. Assess and discuss project - A sentence that summarizes this task.Students will self-assess and discuss what they learned from the project, what they would do differently, etc. more detail