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Blabberize

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URL http://blabberize.com/
Description  Makes a short video of an image talking through a voice recording and easy manipulation to create a mouth on an image. 
Account Types Free: Unlimited projects
Process
  1. Go to Blabberize.com
  2. Click Login/Signup (http://blabberize.com/loginsignup
  3. Enter a Username, Email, and Password and click Sign Up.

 

 You can Blabberize without setting up an account (http://blabberize.com/make), but it's recommended that you create an account which allows easier access to your saved projects.

 

Suggested Uses for Inquiry Learning

Use Blabberize to tell a story from a particular perspective "putting the words into the mouths" of historical figures
Use the tool to tell a story about a time period, event, or primary source  from a person at the event
Blabberize an inanimate object to tell the story within or to ask students about what they think about the elements of the object
Use the tool to deliver a lecture in a flipped classroom
 Use the tool to ask questions of your class to help guide them in the development of an essential question.
Use the tool to help you develop an interview for an oral history project OR use the tool to deliver the information FOUND during the oral interview.

 

What Teachers Like About Blabberize

  • Quick, easy to use (You can complete this project in one class period)
  • Engaging with students
  • Humorous
  • Easy to access and share

 

Teacher Tips for Using the Tool

  • Set up one account for all students to use to keep products in one location
  • Have the kids teach a teacher buddy so that teachers learn it quick!
  • Have students storyboard their speech in advance-- planning makes the tool that much more powerful
  • Find your picture before you start -- it makes the process easier!

 

 

Common Core State Standards

   
   

 

AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner

 
 
 
 

 

ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) NETS Standards

 

 
   

 

Primary Sources Example

   

 

Getting Started

Blabberize Techtorial 

 

 

Alternatives

NONE at this time -- except voice layering a primary source

 

 

 

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