After watching the video with examples of transliteracy I realized I've done quite a bit in my classroom. First, at the beggining of the year we were reading a story about a girl who used sign language. During this time, we brought in a former teacher who knows sign language to teach the students how to sign. They learned the alphabet and some basic words like "please" and "thank you". In the video that gives examples of transliteracy, two of the students were talking about how they had read a book and wrote a book review on the book. They then used Voice Thread to share their book review. In my class for my driving question and data collection last trimester. I did something very similar. I used Voice Thread to have students retell a story that they read in class. First, they had to plan it out using a graphic organizer. Then they worked in a group to create a voice thread to retell the story. It was interesting to see that another teacher did something similar to what I did. I actually wish I could see other uses of Voice Thread because I really enjoyed using it. I also just recently started a Google Classroom and started to use Edpuzzle. I found a video of the story that we were reading in class being read on the video and then added in questions for the students to answer. I am really attempting to use transliteracy within my classroom. Now my last step before the school year is over is to add in another website called storyboardthat.com. After hearing about this website I tried it out and decided to have students use it to retell a story in class. I'm excited to see how creative they can be with this program.