Voting Details


1 - Review the Rubric as a Class
As noted on the front page of the wiki, the best story should have:
  1. ​​Clear and audible voice(s) - you can hear and understand all the words
  2. All six sounds used in the story - remember students were allowed to edit the sounds to be shorter or longer
  3. A consistent story line and appropriate (for Catholic school students) tone
  4. Audio levels and track mixing done relatively seamlessly (meaning the sound does not get really loud and really quiet and there are not huge gaps of silence)

2 - Listening
  1. ​You can listen to the stories from the partner class as a group
  2. You can have each student listen to all the stories on their own
  3. You can invite other classes in your building to listen too - even if they didn't participate.

3 - Review/Voting
  1. The link to the voting form will appear here on May 1, 2017. Your class can vote as soon as your partner teacher lets you know their class has completed their stories.​
  2. The entire class can submit a review/vote for just their favorite
  3. Individual students can submit a review/vote for just their favorite
  4. The entire class can submit a review/vote for every story
  5. Individual students can submit a review/vote for every story

You should make this process work for you. Feel free to share the Listening/Voting link with parents and other teachers in the building too!

I will apply the rubric percentages to all the submissions and the results by Friday, June 3rd.