What are some of the universal symbols that can assist anyone, regardless of language? Students will research, write a proposal of intention and build pictogram assets for their culminating project in the virtual reality project focused on immigration.
Take out your smartphones and show me your tablets! In this final activity, students get an opportunity to work on an own augmented reality production. Students will create triggers using image creation software and then connect it to the Slate stories.
In this opening lesson to this project, students are introduced to the concept of virtual reality. Students will be shown various examples of virtual reality and look at the growing purpose of virtual reality in branding, marketing, and advocacy campaigns. As these lesson progress, students will build a virtual guide for new arrivals.
In this lesson, students will look at ways of creating information that can be translated visually by anyone. If you have immigrated to a new place, how do you understand what's going on? This is the first part of understanding the assets that could be in the virtual "Immigration Survival Kit."