There are growing bodies of research on both the use of primary source documents in the social studies classroom and the use of digital video composing to construct meaning from multimodal texts. However, there is scant research on the integration of these two promising pedagogic practices. I examined the urban classroom of an innovative social studies teacher and his 11th grade students as they worked with multimodal historical documents and digital video technologies to investigate historical events and compose digital video products.... of the various exams given to students across the state, students are asked to a write a Document-Based Question (DBQ) essay. ... as they conduct studies on student understandings of document use (Boix-Mansilla, 2004; Wineburg, 1991).
|Title||:||Digital Video Composition as a Tool for Learning: Exploring Multiple Text Documents in an Urban Social Studies Classroom|
|Author||:||Ann Marie Lauricella|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|