1) Let's look at a few examples...

TENDERNESS, by Robert Cormier from SLJ Trailee Nominees on Vimeo.


Find out about all of the Trailee Award winners on Mr. Schu's blog...

* These two websites will lead you to a whole bunch of Book Trailer goodness...
- Book Trailers 4 All & the Book Trailer LiveBinder

2) Connecting with Shannon McClintock Miller...
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You'll be amazed at how Shannon is mashing up tools like Wordle, iMovie & FlipSnack with her students to create, publish & share all kinds of learning...
Meet Shannon McClintock Miller, an amazing teacher librarian from Van Meter, Iowa who is turning teachers and students on to great ways to demonstrate their learning...

- What do you see as being characteristics of awesome book trailers?

- How have you used Book Trailers with students and staff?

- What tips would you share with educators who are looking to get started with producing book trailers?

- Do you have favourite tools that you use to produce book trailers?





3) Putting together your pieces...




- It's important to take some time to storyboard your book trailer

- When you're ready to put the pieces together, be sure to use Creative Commons licensed media
4) Get your hands dirty...





- It's fast, it's easy & it's robust - it's Animoto
5) Yeah, but where can I share...

  • Let's look at some sharing options for the book trailers we produce:




- Edmodo & First Class Websites

- What if we had a space where we could share all of our St. James-Assiniboia Book Trailers?

- The Bottom Line -

Create. Publish. Share.