Integrating Multimedia In ELA Instruction

It is important to integrate multimedia into ELA instruction and assessments when applicable in order to enhance the instruction in order to foster active engagement in literacy and create a supportive learning environment.

For this assignment, create a 250-500 word digital brochure to give to families to highlight two multimedia tools that can be used to enhance literacy instruction. Your digital brochure should show how these tools would engage students in literacy and accommodate students with diverse needs.

For each multimedia tool, include:

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  • Title and description
  • How the tool will foster students’ learning and active engagement with the subject matter.
  • How the tool creates a literate environment to engage students in high quality texts.
  • How the tool can be adapted to meet the diverse needs of students in order to create a supportive learning environment.
  • The role of family in supporting the learning activity and the use of this tool.

Support your brochure with a minimum of three scholarly resources.

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Yvonne Smith

DigitalBronchure-IntergratingMultimediainELAinstruction.docx

 

Summary

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Multimedia Learning Multimedia Learning is the

most one of the most

effective for enhancing

instruction. (Chioran,

2016)

Creating a Literate Environment to Engage

in High Quality Text ➢ Connect phonics

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Digital Brochure- Integrating Multimedia in ELA instruction

Yvonne R Smith

Grand Canyon University: ELM 580-0500

July 6, 2021

 

 

students learning and keeping them engage and

motivated. (Chioran, 2016)

Why Multimedia tool ➢ Software program will

help to meet the needs

of all learners.

➢ Can be customize to meet individual

student’s needs.

(Chioran, 2016)

➢ Provides data for help to plan for instruction

Integrating Multimedia in ELA instruction

Active using technology

methods and activities have

been proven to help

motivate students,

increasing their knowledge

compared to traditional

Lexia Lexia is a computerized

reading program that

provides phonics

instruction and give

students independent

practice. (Tracey, 2019)

Students Learning and Active Engagement with

Subject Matter ➢ Closes learning gaps ➢ Motivates students in a

game-like environment.

➢ Progress monitoring and provide teachers

with data.

➢ Accessible via IPad and Chromebook

➢ Self-directed learning ➢ Activities are designed

to enhance students

learning.

➢ Multiple sources of text.

➢ In-dept exploration of words

Meeting Diverse Needs and Creating a

Supportive Learning Environment

➢ Small group instruction ➢ Personalize learning ➢ Builds self-confidence ➢ Interactive Activities

(Tracey, 2019)

Family Support ➢ Parent’s webinars ➢ Share progress data

with students

Newsela Newsela involves an

instructional content

framework that joins

engaging reachable content

with combined assessment.

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It has a database of current

event stories that are made

for classroom. (Gross, n.d.)

Students Learning and Active Engagement with

Subject Matter

➢ Current engaging articles

➢ Teacher- centered ➢ Quizzes are aligned to

Common Core

Standards.

➢ Standards assess reading

comprehension.

Writing prompt to build

Create a Literature Environment to Engage

in High Quality Text

Meeting Diverse Needs and Creating a Support

Learning Environment ➢ Articles are available

online and can be

printed

➢ Translated in Spanish ➢ Articles are in different

format

➢ Student can access articles at home

Family Support ➢ Read aloud with

students and discuss the

article

➢ Reading level can be adjusted

➢ Parents can motivate students (Gross, n.d.)

References. Chioran, A. (2016,

November 23). 5 benefits

of multimedia learning.

Collaborative software

solutions | NUITEQ.

Gross, M. (n.d.).

TeachersFirst review –

Newsela. TeachersFirst:

The web resource by

teachers, for teachers.

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from

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om/single.cfm?id=14864#

Tracey, L. (2019).

Evaluation of Lexia

reading Core5®, a

computer-based,

independent learning

system. http://isrctn.com

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➢ Current Friendly article ➢ Compatible with a

variety of devices.

➢ Five Lexile levels ➢ Weekly updates are

provided

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https://www.nuiteq.com/co

mpany/blog/5-benefits-of-

multimedia-learning

 

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