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Storify

Storify is a way to tell stories using social media such as Tweets, photos and videos. You search multiple social networks from one place, and then drag individual elements into your story. You can re-order the elements and also add text to give context to your readers.

You can always reorder elements in your story, or delete them if you find something better. And you can always add more items later on. Your story is always editable, so you can pull in the latest from the social web.

A Storify story is more than just a collection of elements from social media. It's also your opportunity to make sense of what you've pulled together. You can write a headline, introduction and insert text anywhere inside your story. You can add headers, hyperlinks and styled text. Build a narrative and give context to your readers. Storify stories can be embedded anywhere on the Web by simply pasting an embed code, just like embedding a video.


Published by Storify in 2012

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:Special Education
Professional Development
Leadership
ELL/LEP
Education
Computer Science
Technology
ROP
Performing Arts
Physical Education
Industrial Arts
Home Economics
Geography
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
ESL
Economics
Business
Science
Reading
Mathematics
History/Social Science
English/Language Arts
Themes/Keywords: Digital Storytelling
Social Media
Videos


Vocabulary
Twitter, blogging, social media, digital storytelling, narration, point of view, audience


Essential Question(s)
1. Why should I make stories with Storify?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What is a reliable source and does it matter in your story?
2. Who is the audience for your story?
3. What point of view is presented by your story?



"My eCoach® has been an invaluable tool for developing projects with other teachers. It helps us to start with the standards, consider what we want our students to learn, and stay focused throughout the process. When we are finished, we have a complete project plan to use with our students and to share with colleagues. The plan looks professional and contains links to all the needed resources."


picturePhyllis Bartosiewicz
Teacher
Galesburg-Augusta Middle School, MI






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