Second graders travel to outer space



Second-graders at Parkview Elementary School in Plymouth recently completed a study of the solar system by “traveling” to outer space to do a video report, thanks to an iPad app and a green screen. Each student researched stars, asteroids or a planet. They then worked in teams to write a script reporting information or persuading their audience to travel to outer space. Students videotaped their reports in front of a green screen. With the help of library and media specialist Shelly Taylor, they found a picture illustrating their topic, which was inserted in place of the green screen as background for the video. The video reports can be viewed on the second-grade section of the library website, parkviewlibrary.weebly.com. 
Submitted photo Second-graders at Parkview Elementary School in Plymouth recently completed a study of the solar system by “traveling” to outer space to do a video report, thanks to an iPad app and a green screen. Each student researched stars, asteroids or a planet. They then worked in teams to write a script reporting information or persuading their audience to travel to outer space. Students videotaped their reports in front of a green screen. With the help of library and media specialist Shelly Taylor, they found a picture illustrating their topic, which was inserted in place of the green screen as background for the video. The video reports can be viewed on the second-grade section of the library website, parkviewlibrary.weebly.com. Submitted photo

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