WW2 Trailers

Click the link below for a video that explains how you can create a World War 2 Trailer using your an iPad and some books.  You’ll need to complete your research, captions and plan your photos before you start. Have fun!

8FC Epidemics

AIDS

 

CHOLERA

 

SARS

 

SMALLPOX

 

YELLOW FEVER

 

SPANISH FLU

7P Mesopotamia Expert Podcasts

LOCATION

 

CULTURE

 

ORGANIZATION

 

SETTLEMENT

 

TECHNOLOGY

8T Epidemics

AIDS

 

CHOLERA

 

SMALL POX

 

SPANISH FLU

 

YELLOW FEVER

 

SARS

8K EPIDEMICS

SMALLPOX:

 

MALARIA:

 

SARS

 

CHOLERA:

 

YELLOW FEVER:

 

BUBONIC PLAGUE

 

8J EPIDEMICS

YELLOW FEVER

 

CHOLERA

 

BUBONIC PLAGUE

 

SMALLPOX

 

SARS

 

MALARIA

Using Garage Band for Audio Recordings

How to create audio recordings using an iPad and Garage Band:

  • rehearse your speaking points/recording before you start!!!
  • open Garage Band on an iPad
  • Click the “+” sign on the top right corner to start a new audio recording
  • Select “Audio Recorder”, then “Voice”
  • VERY IMPORTANT: in top right corner, under the ? symbol, click the “+’ symbol.  Click on “Section A”, and toggle the “Automatic” button.  This will ensure you record until you press stop; otherwise you’d only record 8 bars before recording stops.
  • Select”Radio Ready” from Vocal selection
  • Press the “metronome” symbol (looks like a triangle with a stick), so that it is grey, not blue. If it is blue, you will hear the metronome clicking throughout your recording.
  • Go to a quiet space.  If you are working on your own, it’s best if youconnect headphones to iPad that have built-in microphone, like the Apple earbuds. If recording with a small group, go somewhere there’s not a lot of noise to record.
  • When you are ready, press the red dot at the top of the screen to begin recording. Press the square button when you are finished.
  • To start over, press the “undo” arrow, which will delete everything and start over.
  • When you are done, Click “My Songs” on the top left corner
  • Press your file once (or hold for 3 seconds) to rename your file- rename to your class and group names (i.e.: 8T Bob, Larry, Junior)
  • Press your file twice to ‘share’.  Select “SONG” not project.  Select High Quality.  Airdrop to Mrs. Osborne’s Macbook (Oz Macbook Pro)

 

7TR MESOPOTAMIA EXPERT PODCASTS

7TR became experts in one area of Mesopotamia and created a podcast to share their expertise with the world!

  1.  SETTLEMENT AND TRADE

 

2. ORGANIZATION

 

3.  LOCATION

4.  TECHNOLOGY

5.  CULTURE

 

8T Audio Recordings

  1. The True Story of the Three Little Pigs; read by BEN:

 

2.  The Fabulous Friend Machine, read by DARREN

 

3. You Hold Me Up, read by DEBORAH

 

4. Adrift at Sea, read by ETHAN

 

5.  The Journey, read by GABE

 

6. Gravity, read by JON & ANSON

 

7.  I am Human, read by JIO

 

8.  Out, read by GRACE & KAREN

 

9. We Are All Dots, read by JOSH W

 

10.  The Day War Came, read by SANDRA

 

11.  Those Shoes, read by WESLEY

 

12. We’re All Wonders, read by OLIVIA

 

13. Happy Dreamers, read by ELISABETH

 

14.  The Eleventh Hour by ELISHA & REYA

 

15. Dog Breath by ADRIAN

 

 

 

 

Picture Book Audio Recordings

Hello! You are going to create an audio recording of your selected picture book.

Remember:

  • use inflection, different character voices, demonstrate emotions with your voice- in other words, act!
  • If you wish, you can go further and add sound effects!
  • Don’t forget to introduce your book title, author and illustrator at the start of your recording, and to include, “Written by……”  (add your name) at the end of your recording.

Using Garage Band, Mrs. Osborne recorded the book, The Day You Begin, written by Jacqueline Woodson and illustrated by Rafael Lopez.

Listen to Mrs. Osborne’s recording:

HOW TO RECORD AN AUDIORECORDING USING GARAGE BAND:

  • Get your book.  Read it aloud once, all the way through.
  • open Garage Band on an iPad
  • Click the “+” sign on the top right corner to start a new audio recording
  • Select “Audio Recorder”, then “Voice”
  • VERY IMPORTANT: in top right corner, under the ? symbol, click the “+’ symbol.  Click on “Section A”, and toggle the “Automatic” button.  This will ensure you record until you press stop; otherwise you’d only record 8 bars before recording stops.
  • Select”Radio Ready” from Vocal selection
  • Press the “metronome” symbol (looks like a triangle with a stick), so that it is grey, not blue.
  • Go to a quiet space with your book, and if possible, use connect headphones to iPad that have built-in microphone, like the Apple earbuds.
  • When you are ready, press the red dot at the top of the screen to begin recording. Record your audiobook.  Press the square button when you are finished.
  • To start over, press the “undo” arrow, which will delete everything and start over.
  • When you are done, Click “My Songs” on the top left corner
  • Press your file once to rename- rename to your first name and book title:  Osborne: The Day you Begin
  • Press your file twice to ‘share’.  Airdrop to Mrs. Osborne’s Macbook