I created this video to go along with our 2014-2015 Media Center theme "Super Readers!" I hope it will excite our students to read, read, read! =)
Tags: Super Reader Library Media Center
Added: 10 months ago
From: Jo Nase
["Moreland Wildcats Productions" appears on screen]
["Mrs. Nase was a typical librarian" appears on screen, then cut to a female librarian (brown hair in a bun, glasses, brown sweater, blue blouse, white pants) performing various tasks in the Moreland Elementary Media Center]
["With some not so typical super powers" appears on screen, then cut to the same librarian (wearing a bright red shirt with "Super Librarian" on the front, a cape, a hat, and red sunglasses) sitting at the front desk]
[she scans some books while dramatic music plays, as "Scan!" appears on screen]
[cut to the librarian placing books on the shelf, as "Shelve!" appears on screen]
[cut to the librarian pointing at her computer screen, as "Search!" appears on screen]
["This school year" appears on screen, then cut to the librarian (back in her "civilian" clothes) pointing at a projection screen showing an image of a book ("Bears" by Imma Grizzly and illustrated by Ura Kodiak)]
[cut to the librarian covering her face with a copy of Margaret Peterson Haddix's "Found", as her eyes dart back and forth]
[cut to the librarian smiling and scanning books]
[cut to the librarian smiling and shelving books]
["One librarian" appears on screen, then cut to the librarian looking at two giant piles of books with mouth agape]
[cut to the librarian doing the "Kevin from Home Alone" face (putting a hand on each cheek while screaming) as she stares at something off camera]
[cut to the librarian at her desk, holding up a finger (as if she's just realized something) and then diving under the desk]
["Gets super" appears on screen, then cut to the librarian emerging from underneath the desk in her superhero costume]
[cut to the librarian quickly scanning books]
[cut to the librarian quickly shelving books]
[cut to the librarian holding up the copy of "Found" and smiling]
[cut to the librarian (back in her "civilian" clothes) with her arms crossed in front of her, as "Mrs. Nase aka Super Librarian" appears on screen]
[cut to a closeup of the two giant piles of books, as "Your favorite books" appears on screen]
["Super Librarian" appears on screen, then cut to the librarian (with an unseen fan blowing her cape back in a dramatic fashion) giving the camera a thumbs up]
iMovie and Moreland Wildcats Productions present
A Moreland Wildcats Productions production in association with iMovie
A Mrs. Nase film
Your favorite books
Director of Photography
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year! There are a lot of exciting things planned in the Media Center for this year all designed to entice you to
Here is a quick peak at what's planned for August:
August 11-15 Media Center Orientations and first checkout for 2nd-5th
August 11 Accelerated Reader begins
August 25-28 K and 1st first checkouts
There are lots more exciting things planned for this year, so stop on by the Moreland Elementary Media Center and "Become a Super Reader!"
My name is Josette Nase. Most people outside of my family call me Jo. I was born in Memphis, Tennessee, way back in the 1970's, where I lived until I moved to Newnan in 1999.
I graduated from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee with a B.S. in Learning Foundations (Elementary Education). In 2005, I acquired my gifted endorsement and in 2008 earned my Masters in Media from the University of West Georgia. In February of 2007, I was initiated into Alpha Delta Kappa, a National Organization for Educators. I am currently serving as the historian for the Georgia Chi chapter of ADK.
In my sixteen years of teaching I have taught preschool, fifth grade, kindergarten and first grade. I also served as the Instructional Technology teacher for five years at Elm Street Elementary in Newnan. I have always enjoyed using technology in my classrooms and I loved sharing technology with all of Elm Street's students. In 2007, I was named Elm Street's Teacher of the Year-what a great honor!
I very much enjoy teaching because of the tremendous growth both academically and physically that I get to witness over the course of several years. I like to teach the way I would want my teacher to teach me if I were back in elementary school. I get excited when my students get excited about a lesson, and I think we feed off of each other's enthusiasm. I believe that we should never stop learning, which is why I spend hours each week browsing the Internet for new and exciting technology and teaching ideas. I hope to pass on what I have learned to the students I teach. Yet, it always amazes me how much they already know about technology, and sometimes I learn something new from them! I am thankful that I get a chance to work with all of the students at Moreland and look forward to teaching and learning from them new and exciting things.