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Title: Sharing your vacation using Voicethread


Objective/ Overview of the lesson plan: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to create their Voicethread accounts and use this webtool to talk about their vacation. Students will be asked to comment on at least two of their classmates' work.


Level: This lesson plan was designed for intermediate and advanced teenage students.


Time frame: Students will be given 7 days to talk about their vacation using Voicethread.


Procedures and Steps:


1 - Tell a digital story about your vacation using "Voicethread". Also, as soon as you finish your digital story, don't forget to allow public access to it. All you have to do is click on the "menu" icon on the bottom right of your digital story, click on "edit" and then click on "Publishing Options". Finally, click on the first, second and forth boxes and then click "save".   


2 - In case you need extra inspiration, take some time to watch two of the digital stories I created some time ago. One is about one day of my life as a teacher. The other one is about my last vacation, which was also my honeymoon. Have fun!






Assessment/Reflection: Now that you've told your own digital story using Voicethread, add your name, class number and level, and the link to your story in the table below. All you have to do is click on the edit bottom at the top of this page. Then click on the insert/edit link button and type the link to your story. Then click on at least two of your classmates' links and comment on your classmates' stories. Don't forget to mention the thing you liked the most about each story. In addition, add a curiosity about the place described in the story. In case you don't know anything about such place, "google" the information.


                          YOUR NAME, LEVEL AND CLASS NUMBER                      LINK TO YOUR STORY 

Rafaela Ventura Gomes - 3A - 305 http://voicethread.com/#u430530.b575498.i3072971  







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