transmedia teachy – 10%
You and a partner and a partner and partner (three of you total) will teach the class about a reading on transmedia storytelling and/or transmedia branding. The readings are posted. You have to figure out how to communicate the important parts and create an engaging and thoughtful class teaching us (your students) about it. Why are you doing this you might wonder? Well, it ain’t because I’m lazy. By teaching the class you will be doing a number of things that’ll help you in the future. You’ll be improving your oral presentaton skills, your critical thinking skills, and your organization skills. AND, most importantly, you’ll be learning about different ways to interpret, argue about, and get inspired to tell transmedia stories.
Your presentation should be 60 minutes. Don’t worry though! Part of this will be your activity.
Here are the steps:
- Create a lesson plan – New Lesson Plan Template
- Meet with me the Monday prior to your presentation with a lesson plan in hand.
lesson plan –100 hw points
Click this link to access the lesson plan. You’ll need to clean up the word document so it is designed clearly without all my instructions.
A – your plan is critical and thoughtful. Follows directions and meets requirements. If called for, it cites and/or summarizes the text in order to support points, and illustrates a clear grasp of the topic at hand. No grammar, punctuation, or spelling problems unless done for effect. Your plan makes sense and is easy to follow/understandable.
B – your plan lacks some level of critical engagement. If called for, it cites and/or summarizes the text to some degree, but a clear grasp of the topic is not fully illustrated and/or one of the requirments is not performed correctly. May have grammar, punctuation, or spelling problems. Your plan is not as easy to follow as an “A.”
C – your plan lacks critical engagement with text, and uses little to no support. Illustrates little understanding of the text, the initial response, and/or one or more of the requirments is not met. Many grammar, punctuation, or spelling problems. Your plan is confusing or feels incomplete.
D – your plan indicates some level of awareness of topic at hand, but very minimally and/or one or more of the requirments is not met. Many grammar, punctuation, or spelling problems.
F – your plan indicates zero level of awareness of topic at hand and/or one or more of the requirments is not met. Your lesson plan makes me ask a question: Huh?
the infographic – 10%
See the lesson plan and talk with me about how to.