OCDE STS 2015
Last Updated: April 28, 2015
South Junior High - 2015 OCDE Technology Showcase Finalist Project
The PBL project is essentially a storyboarding project that has to tell a story in a single-frame picture (aka: digital poster), instead of multiple frames.
Various fairy tales and fables were taught to the ELM classes by Ms. Avilez.
The ones chosen for this PBL project are listed in order of easiest to hardest for creating a "redeeming the villain" story below:
Jack and the Beanstalk
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Project Description and Process
Stage 1 Digital Poster: Students read the story and created a rendition in digital format.
Stage 2 Digital Poster: Students changed the background setting of the story and re-wrote how that changes the story.
Stage 3 Digital Poster: Students redeemed the villain in the story and created a brand new digital image that can showcase how the hero is now the villain and vice versa.
The Pitch: The students presented their Stage 3 Digital Poster as a team to the entire class in a role-playing "pitch". The class pretended to be Hollywood producers looking for the next big movie idea. Students then use Google Forms to submit their review for each group.
To complete all stages of this project the students used and demonstrated their skills in storyboarding, reading, writing, mind-mapping, collaboration, team-building, and oral presentation skills.
This project also actively engaged the students in the 4C's: collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and creativity.
After the "pitch" the audience use Google Forms to rate the group. Click here for the Presentation Rubric.
The following are results from the Jack and the Beanstalk group. All results are automatically calculated by Google Forms.
Additional comments from the audience are below:
I don't have any comments,but I like it.=)
It was late but such an amazing story. I liked your guys stage 3 picture.
You should have turned the rock in the giant's hand to the color yellow.
The Revised story of Jack and the Beanstalk was good. But, make your
This should be turned into a movie
It sounded a tiny bit same as the original, but they had a great story!
But didn't made not much sense...
It was late but it was such an amazing story !!!!!!
I really liked your story it was my favorite out of all of the other stories !!!!! I think it would make an excellent movie !!!!!!!!!!!!
you need to work on it a bit
The presentation was really good.
You did great. I love the story.
maybe make a better picture
Presenters were very clear, and explained the story with a lot of
detail. I am convinced this would make a great movie.
They did awesome. I really liked it.
Very well presented. Maybe Andrew should have participated more.
I really liked it accept the some other of the group members didn't
talk that much
Good job, you guys spoke clearly and loudly.
The revised story was really good and it made a lot of sense.
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