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What is the Digital Story Telling Project?
Your goal for this unit is to understand the differences between the basic needs that all living things need to survive. You will also understand that living things are found all over the Earth, but each is only able to live in habitats that meet their basic needs.
During this unit, you will work on researching about one of the habitats. Either the ocean, the desert, the rain forest, the arctic, or the freshwater habitat. It is the goal of the project for you to learn how to research using books and computers as well as take notes on the information you have gathered. For the presentation of the project, you will be required to take the information you have learned on your habitat and make a digital story presentation to present to the class.
Digital Story Telling Project: Requirements
Each digital story telling project MUST include the following:
Description of the Habitat
Animals that Live in the Habitat
Plants that Live in the Habitat
Animal/Plant Adaptations for their Habitat
Pictures and/or Drawings Related to the Information
Digital Story Telling Project Example: Ocean Habitat
For your digital story telling assignment, please visit each of these pages and check out the resources, then choose the one(s) that will enhance your digital story!
Resources: Digital Story Telling Website
Resources: Brain Pop Jr. Habitat Videos
Please use the following Brain Pop Jr. Videos to help in your research of your animal habitat.
Resources: Interactive Research Websites
Please use the following websites as a research tool to find information you need about your habitat.
Wild Kratts - Habitats
Build an Online Habitat
The Habitat Match Up
National Geographic Kids
Digital Storytelling Project: Rubric
Digital Storytelling Rubric .pdf
Habitat Digital Storytelling Project: Lesson Plan
Lesson Plan – Digital Storytelling with Animal Habitats.pdf
Habitat Research Graphic Organizer
Habitat Research Graphic Organizer.pdf
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