November 9

Understanding Character with Face Swap

Students discussed the phrase ‘in someone else’s shoes’. We talked about characters in a story and developing an understanding of empathy. Students made ‘I’ statements as if they were the character in the book. We then had some fun with a Face Swap App so the students could become the characters they were describing.

“I like to play with my Grandchildren. It makes me happy.”

“I am scared to go out and afraid to leave my tree”

“I am hungry all the time. I just want to eat and sleep”Mad

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Posted November 9, 2017 by acrosland in category Book Recommendations, Digital Makers

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Anna Crosland, Teacher-Librarian in B.C. Canada: Focus on Personal and Social Core Competencies, Layering Authentic Indigenous Resources into the Curriculum, MakerEd and Digital Creation, Inclusiveness, Empowerment, Diversity and lots of Reading