Digital Reading Fair
This competition is to provide students with the opportunity to present their favorite fiction/non-fiction book in a “fair” atmosphere with digital display methods. Reading instruction emphasizes that students read complex texts at grade level as well as the reading of non-fiction texts for understanding of information. Writing emphasizes the understanding of the information read. By participating in this digital reading fair, it is hoped that the students will experience an enjoyable technology opportunity and develop a love for reading and writing.
Display requirements - Digital Project
Digital project using Sway in Office365 – every student has access to Office365, which includes Sway, Word, Power Point, and email.
Within sway, there is a tutorial button. Students can watch on their own. You can do group instruction, or schedule time, as a class or individually, with Mrs. Hogg for a tutorial.
How To Videos
All projects links must by submitted to using the google form by Friday, February 28th. You may submit your project early.
January 7-17 – Book selected and outline started
January 20-24 - students should have their project outlines completed – hard copy handout
January 27-February 14 – Sway tutorials completed and digital projects started
February 21 – Project done and ready for final review
February 28 – Projects must be finished and submitted to Mrs. Hogg
March 2 - 27– Judging
March 31– Winners announced
Project grouping & Winners
Prek, kinder, & 1st – class projects
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd place class winners
2nd – groups or individual student projects
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd place group winners
(2nd) 3rd, 4th, 5th – individual student projects
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd, place individual student winners
Grand Overall Winner - best project from all individual student projects
Items from the 3D printer
Backpack with supplies and goodies
Dog man Poster and book signed by the author, Dav Pilkey
Resources - opens as documents
Examples of projects