Rachel, who is now a 9th grader, created this poster over the weekend for a geneology project assigned in her French 2 class at Casady.
She wrote and typed the script she will share in class tomorrow, and agreed to audio record it for me with English translations tonight. (And she agreed to let me publish it here on our family learning blog!) Here’s the recording as a narrated image, it’s 2 minutes and 12 seconds long:
This project was recorded with a quick app smash on my iPhone. I used:
- The free app PhotoScan by Google Photos (to scan the poster)
- The free app Squaready (to save the rectangular photo as a square image)
- The free app Voice Record Pro (to record the audio and export the narrated image as a video to the iPhone camera roll)
- The free app YouTube (to upload the video to my YouTube channel)
Check out more of Rachel’s projects and work on RachelFryer.com. We still have that WordPress instance set to cross-post from Learning Signs, when her “category” on the blog is selected. At some point in the not-too-distance future I’m betting she’ll want to do a redesign of the site and rebrand it. (She’s recently changed both her Twitter and Instagram channel names, for example.) When she does hopefully I’ll persuade her to maintain / keep / archive all her old work and media projects.
Learn more about creating narrated image / narrated art projects like this on ShowWithMedia.com.