The read/write learning modality proposes students have a preference for information displayed as words. This modality is often viewed as the traditional method of delivery but is not be overlooked in the exploration of knowledge.


The usefulness of a Concept Cube is underpinned by the effective application of the read/write modality. In making the videos, the student should first prepare detailed scripts of the video content. The production of a script involves the reading and summation of source material, culminating in the writing of a concise, well sequenced presentation for each of the videos.


A script can include additional information for non-verbal content such as which sections of the video are spoken directly to camera and which are voice-overs, or when props are to be used.


Below is an example script for a video exploring the 7 characteristics of living things.



OTHER SITES - Educational iPad Apps - iPadagogy YouTube Channel for Educational App Reviews

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