4. Twittering a Tiny Story

Twitter Talk

Most likely, Twitter is the social network to which more teachers belong and with wider professional interactions. You may already have a Twitter account, but just in case you don't, please follow the steps below:

  1. Create an account (Choose your nick carefully).
  2. Add a profile picture (i.e. a personal photo).
  3. Write a brief bio including the details of your choice.
  4. Show your personal website or blog.

If you already have a Twitter account, please check that you have followed all the steps above. Finally, update your course profile adding your brand new Twitter username.

Follow me on Twitter

Can you tell a tiny story?

Well, that is our warm-up proposal to get you into digital storytelling. It should be a great exercise and a lot of fun. It is aimed at triggering off your creative juices and helping you to focus rigorously on word choice, sentence structure, and even punctuation.

Ready to play?

Write a tiny story that allows the reader's imagination to run with it.

You should start your Tweet using #tinystory_INTEF, that is the only condition.

Then, submit a link to your Tweet. That's very easy: when you write a tweet, you see something like this:

Linked Tweet

Just click on the time indicator that is on the top right hand side of your Tweet and you will see the Tweet URL, i.e. https://twitter.com/mjgsm/status/382948633693286400 Copy the URL, paste it and submit it.

After all your #tinystory_INTEF tweets are due, they will be collected into a public Storify strip.

The instructor will verify that you have accomplished this task successfully.