I will outline the process for both the LearnPad and iPad below, as well as add a video explanation at the end of this post. In a nutshell, students used a paper template to record a question they would ask mom or dad as well as their mom or dad's response. After having their paper script, they used the Tellagami app to create their avatars and record their paper scripts. After creating their two Tellagami videos, they used a video editing app to mash both video clips together. Their merged video clips were then posted to their blogs to showcase their understanding of dialogue when writing.
LearnPad: Dialogue Writing Steps
**Within the video editing app, you can trim your videos. We could have trimmed the Tellagami brand at the end of each video. However, with this being our first experience with the video editing app, we chose to keep the steps simple.
iPad: Dialogue Writing Steps
When they got to the video editing, they would open up the Perfect Video app. Once opened, they would create a new project. Once in their new project, they would be able to add in their two video clips.