Adobe Spark [and how it was used in the dystopia unit]

Adobe Spark: 3 tools in 1

Benefits of Adobe Spark:

  • 3 tool in 1
  • Alternative to Google draw/slideshows
  • Templates for students
  • Simple to adapt to

A Few Drawbacks:

  • Long load time
  • Templates can be limiting
  • Privacy Statement: Adobe collects email addresses without the standard education guarantees of privacy, so just be sure students do not include personal information in their published works!

Dystopia Unit:

A dystopia is a futuristic world where things have gone terribly wrong; dystopias criticize certain aspects of our current society.

Dystopia Unit: Student Steps

  1. Choose a dystopian novel -- Adobe Spark Poster
  2. View a dystopian film
  3. Write a 3-paragraph essay
  4. "Design a Dystopia Project" -- Adobe Spark Glideshow & Video
There were five steps to the "Design a Dystopia" project.

Books Selection: Poster Pitch

Students pitch their proposed book via an Adobe Spark Poster (“Post”). Posters must include:

Create Your Own Dystopia: Artifact Video

  • Create/collect three “artifacts” representing elements of their unique dystopia
  • Using Adobe Spark Video, students explain how each artifact relates to their stories
  • All work submitted via Google Classroom using “Share” feature in Adobe Spark and the resulting URL

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