VoiceThread of Ch1 Pictures

4 11 2009

This is our first VoiceThread of The Annotated Alice. We commented on the three illustrations by John Tenniel in Chapter 1. Feel free to view/listen to our comments or even add your own.

http://voicethread.com/share/707747/


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10 11 2009
Keith C

This is a very interesting tool to use, and I should hope that my group will use it as well at some time.

I was thinking the same thing about the bottle in chapter one. Why a random bottle be safe to drink just because it doesn’t say poison on it. If it were a bottle of poison, wouldn’t poison be the last thing that was written on it. This would completely defeat the purpose of the poison. I also agree that this really shows her child immaturity and lack of common sense.

8 11 2009
Alex F.

I never thought of using the pictures as a way to analyze the story. But seeing as how a picture is worth a thousand words, this is a really good way to see further into the story. A picture gives you a perception of the scenery and how the characters look. While some can argue that it takes away the readers ability to use their imagination it connect with the story, I see it as a way to further get across a point or idea that can’t be put into words. Using the voice thread is a really cool idea 🙂

5 11 2009
Christian Long

Very pleased to see a team finally try this tool out. Nice job.

BTW, you might want to add an explanation in the
body of the post to explain what the ‘topic’ of your VT is.

Also, people can leave written and voice commetns in your VT as well.

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