We are now working on an Interactivd Fiction activity with Google Slides. Here is Mr. Hodgson’s sample, called The Bike, using Google Slides. While this is not on the same theme as your theme of an archaeological discovery, it gives you a view of how the Interactive Story works.
First, I made a map:
Then, I wrote my story:
— Mr H
Today, you get to play around with Madlibs, as we work on Parts of Speech.
First, check out the Madlib story that I created :
Next, make your own with the Madlib Generator. Ask a friend to play it.
THEN, copy the link to YOUR MadLib and put it on the Padlet Interactive Wall, so that we can play your Mad Lib, too.
Here’s how you find the link to share on the Padlet wall:
Double-Click on the Wall
Add title, name and then link
Finally, go to the Wacky Web Tales site and play at least two Madlib games.
You never know when one of these words might catch on … and you can see all of this year’s words now part of the bigger Crazy Collaborative Dictionary Project, now in its 12th year.
Use this link or click on the image of the form down below:
To complete this assignment for independent reading, you need to go into your Google Account, and into Slides. There, you will find a template for “book report.” You can change the theme, and tinker with the texts. But keep the slides there and be sure to complete each section and proofread and then share with Mr. Hodgson.
Here is the one that Mr. H did as a sample for the book he read:
The Darkest Temple by Aidan J. is an outstanding example of how to mesh together story and game design. Play his game and play his story. Notice how each level advances the story a bit further along, and the game even ends with a hint of something more to come ….