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Consider your subject area, a way to get ideas for other uses for GoAnimate is to search their site. When you search use key words that may draw out animations for example, if I was looking for an animation on cell theory I would begin with Cells, when I did this I found the following:  
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When lesson planning consider your subject area, a way to get ideas for other uses for GoAnimate is to search their site. When you search use key words that may draw out animations for example, if I was looking for an animation on cell theory I would begin with Cells, when I did this I found the following:  
  
 
http://goanimate.com/go/movie/01Q1uBDEUOTA/1  
 
http://goanimate.com/go/movie/01Q1uBDEUOTA/1  

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Lesson Planning When lesson planning consider your subject area, a way to get ideas for other uses for GoAnimate is to search their site. When you search use key words that may draw out animations for example, if I was looking for an animation on cell theory I would begin with Cells, when I did this I found the following:

http://goanimate.com/go/movie/01Q1uBDEUOTA/1

When I looked at the animation there were several issues with the text.

Task I

Look at the animation and come up with ways to change the existing animation or design ideas for what this may have been a lesson for.





Resources for alternatives to GoAnimate.

www.snapfiles.com/get/stickfigure.html



Unit III -- Discussion/Reflection

Educate with GoAnimate