Navigating to digital Society

timer Asked: May 1st, 2017

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I need it to be about Will Smith.

You are completing introducing (Your Personal Person of Interest) to your fellow students in class. What do you want them to know about Your Person that makes them “human” or an “individual” like us? Following a timeline of when they were born, up to what they are doing today, and current events of what was happening the year they were Born, you will demonstrate to us what you have learned using Power Point and Turning It INTO a Movie Presentation. You will create a personal electronic portfolio using PowerPoint 2016. To create the portfolio, complete the following tasks: You can use other types of Layouts after creating your Title slides, Table of Content slides, and after each of your Title Only slides for your research. Time limit – 5 to 5:30 minutes length per person, so have enough information for your presentation, be on time as you will be graded on that also. Class starts on time, don’t be late as it interrupts the person doing the presentation and it is just “rude”… **Due May 1st 11:55 pm – Upload to Canvas** Do your work, don’t Procrastinate! 1. Create a new PowerPoint presentation using a template that best reflects the topic of the presentation or your personality. 2. Create a 20-30 slide presentation following the Sample Specifications below: a. Title slide one: Type “Personal Portfolio Of “Who?” for the title and type your name in the subtitle box. (You can add a picture if you like) b. Slide two: Insert a Title and Content slide. The title should read “Portfolio Content,” and the content text box should include the following four bullet points: Personal Information, Special Interests/Features, Achievements/Professional Goals, and Current Events. c. Slide three: Insert a Title d. Other Slides: Title and Content slide. The title should read “Personal Information,” and the content should include three or four bullet points of personal information, such as date of birth-death, married, children, etc. e. Slide six-nine: Insert a Two Content slide. The title should read “Special Interests.” The left content text box should include three bullet points that state your special interests. The right content box should Include pictures and brief summary on given topic. f. Slide ten-twelve: Insert a Two Content slide. The title should read “Achievements/Professional Goals.” The left content text box should include three bullets points that state academic achievements. The right content box should include images that reflects the bulleted text. g. Slide thirteen-sixteen: Insert a Title Only slide. The title should read “Death/Current Events.” Insert at least One of the Upward Arrow SmartArt graphic. Add three events to the graphic. h. Slide seventeen-twenty: Ending – Wrap Up – Conclusion as needed… 3. Your slides should include at least some transitions, animation of both text and graphics. If you want to incorporate music and video, video should be edited before inserting. 4. Your presentation should be a reflection of your person is, where came from/going have been, and where and how they died. I need to see good results as this is part of your final presentation. Your peers will be need to know who you’re researching and will make comments also regarding your presentation. 5. Save the presentation and name it as follows Your - “LastName_Personal Portfolio Of (Your Person).” 6. Zip and Upload your presentation to the blackboard link – Introductions to Class **Notes*** please make sure you have you presentation on a flash drive before you come up and present. Also, if you are going to have music, please make sure your music file is on your flash drive. **Note *** you are not limited to the following requirements for information but I should be able to see most of it, this is only an example to give you ideas: a. When and where born, family background? Who were their parents? Are they married with their own children? How about do they have other siblings that are in the same profession as they are? b. Your last slides should be current events that happened on the day that they died? Use the year and date and research. c. How did they dies and did they leave anything behind for use to remember them by? d. Did they, or what have they contributed to society? e. What type of professional were they “before” becoming famous and were they still famous or did they return to the “real world” like us before they died? Also what type of career did they have? f. I want to see a timeline from birth to death with the information in these questions and more. g. Hobbies, quotes, special interests, special talents h. "Favorite" things, high school, childhood, what made them want to do what they did? How were they discovered? Are they still making money after death? i. In your conclusion, explain why you picked this person? Were they a mentor to your that has inspired you to go into the same profession as they did? What is your interest in this person? j. Spell Check and the Colors you choose are your friends. We should be able to read whatever you write so make sure that your transitions and animation are on “POINT”. k. When you are satisfied with your presentation, you will turn it into a video so that it is in Movie format then “zip” it and upload that file to blackboard before the due date. FINAL PROJECT CSIS 115 DIGITAL STORYTELLING PROJECT Students will use digital software and tell a “story” of someone’s past life. They will create the story from pictures, videos, etc. and use a digital program of their choice to present their projects. Students will help us to see what made their person an everyday person besides being someone important. The presentations will take place May 2nd , and May 4th during regular class periods and every student is expected to attend in order to “support” their fellow classmates. If the student does not present their project and miss one of the days, their points will be forfeited and the student will receive a zero on attendance. Students should also arrive on “time” and be prepared to give their presentation. Each student will have 5 to 6 minutes to present their story. **No excuses will be accepted as this is the final as we discussed in the syllabus during the first weeks of class** A Step-by-Step Approach to Creating a Digital Story Step One: Choose a Topic (Your person is Alive), Write a Script 1. Create a folder on your computer where you can store all of the materials related to your story. Select a title for your digital story. 2. Begin thinking of the purpose of your story. What are you trying to tell us about your person? Also think about who your audience will be for this story. You do NOT want to offend anyone. 3. Write the first draft of the script for your story. This script will serve as the basis of the narration you will record later. 4. Read what you have written and make sure that your script includes a clearly articulated purpose and includes an identifiable point of view. 5. Ask others in the class what they think so far of your project and get some feedback. Revise your script until you are satisfied with the results. Step Two: Collect Resources 1. Search for or create images that can be used in your story, including; pictures, drawings, photographs, maps, charts, etc. Save these in your folder. 2. Try to locate audio resources such as music, speeches, interviews, and sound effects. Save these to your folder. Step Three: Select Content, Develop a Storyboard 1. Select the images you would like to use for your digital story. 2. Select the audio you would like to use for your digital story, either per picture/image or to run throughout the show. 3. Select the text and any additional content you would like to use for your digital story. 4. Create a storyboard that provides a textual and visual overview of your plan for the digital story. Step Four: Import, Record, Finalize 1. 2. 3. 4. Import images into Photo Story or other similar software program. Import audio into Photo Story. Modify the number of images and/or image order, if necessary. Use a computer microphone and record the narration of your script if you are talking, or type the content of the text on your slides. Make sure that you do not put too much and that if it is typed, it is readable, use colors that will stand out. 5. Import the narration into your software. 6. Add music or other audio to your story. 7. Finalize your digital story by saving it in a version that can be viewed. Step Five: Demonstrate, Evaluate, Replicate 1. Present your digital story to your teacher and classmates. 2. Gather feedback about how the story could have been improved, or expanded. 3. Congratulate yourself on a job well done!!!
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