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Flip Camera

Page history last edited by cgonza16@asu.edu 9 years, 11 months ago

What is a Flip Camera?

 

A flip camera is a new way in which people view and share videos. The flip is small, portable, convenient and easy to use. This small handheld device can hold up to 2 hours worth of video. This device also has a USB plug which makes it fast and easy to upload in matter of minutes.

 

Hands on presentation:

 

Students will conduct and record an interview on an individual of a career of their choice. After the interview the students will then email it to the teacher via email.

 

Todays lesson: From Students to Interviewers

 

 

 

Resources for future learning:

 

1. Learn how to use flip camera by watching a short tutorial video.

2. This is the direct flip camera link. Here you can customize, order and buy your own flip camera.

 


Applications for future teachers:

 

1. This webpage provides a PowerPoint with 44 ways and tips to use a flip camera.

     some examples were:

                    - demonstrating skills through how-to videos

                    -recording experiments

                    -recording a puppet show

2. This article gives instructions of scenarios where the flip camera could be used in specific subjects.

     some examples were:

                    - English: students can act out a scene from a book, narrate a story, and/or turn a                       persuasive essay into a commercial.

                    -Performing arts: students can demonstrate basics of an instrument/parts/hand                      positioning, create a warm-up video for others to follow along, and/or record

                      yourself and critique.

               -Social studies: students can conduct an interview of:famous person from

                history, someone of a different culture, and/or recreate a famous speech.

 

 

 

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