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Re-memory and Metaphor - Using Augmented Reality and Assemblage Art

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Re-memory and Metaphor - Using Augmented Reality and Assemblage Art
This Augmented Reality multimedia production shows a deep understanding of Toni Morrison’s novel Beloved, through visual metaphoric representations and explanations of assemblage projects. By recording and publishing digital "auras" created with the app Aurasma, students use augmented reality, or AR, to demonstrate how their original assemblages represent the central metaphors of the text, and how they connect to Morrison’s use of figurative language.

Submitted by Grover Cleveland Charter High in Los Angeles Unified for the 2016 Digital Voice Awards, this project won for Secondary English Language Arts Multimedia Production from a Whole Class and the top honor of 21st Century Innovation.
Category: Student Created - HS Tags:multimedia,21st Century Innovation,English Language Arts,DVA Winner     
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