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In this previous episode of Easy Classroom Blogging, we looked at how student blogs can be used to document and share reading responses with video.
In this episode, we are going to look at 5 ways you can use those videos to have students go even deeper and further.
Choose one or two reading responses each week as exemplars, share them on your projector then have a class discussion about them. A response to the response! It’s nice for the class to leave a comment on those posts, which is a great time to model commenting.
If your students are reading the same books in groups, have them watch each other’s video responses and leave a comment. You have to be careful of spoilers though!
If your students are reading the same books in groups, give each member of the group a different focus question, then have them watch each others.
Find blog buddies in another class, or even school reading the same books and have ‘response buddies” that comment on each others posts. The global read-aloud can be a great way to kick start this activity.
Allow your students to use something like iMovie to ‘snazz up’ their responses. Can they add music to even better express their response?
If you didn’t see the first episode on Video Reading Responses, you can catch that right here.
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