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Fred Delventhal

The Literacy Shed - The Literacy Shed Home - 9 views

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    Here at Literacy Shed  we aim to provide exciting teaching ideas for the resources that we would love to use if only we had the time to find them.
Fred Delventhal

Five Card Flickr - 23 views

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    You are dealt five random photos for each draw, and your task is to select one each time to add to a selection of images, that taken together as a final set of 5 images- tell a story in pictures. When you are done, you the option to add a title and explanation, then you can save the story so you can put a link in your resume or send to your Mom (she pay print it out and tape it to the fridge, or she may criticize your creativity, your mileage and mom may vary). Plus we offer the ability to tweet your story! via Langwitches
Dean Mantz

Welcome to Digital Storyteller - 34 views

  • Digital Storyteller is a web-based tool that offers teachers and students frictionless access to digital images and materials that enable them to construct compelling personal narratives. Digital Storyteller was developed as an initiative of Primary Access.
Jennifer Dorman

How To Use An Apostrophe - The Oatmeal - 28 views

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    Terrific resource for students to learn when it is appropriate to use the apostrophe.
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    This one is great, but be careful if you go to the home page to see what else is on this site. Many not appropriate for children.
Jennifer Dorman

Marking work in Google Docs | ICT in my Classroom - 0 views

  • What is the best way to give feedback on a piece of work produced in Google Docs? What formatting tools are most appropriate to use when leaving comments? How do you organise 30 to 60 pieces of work handed in to you? How do children hand in work? What new possibilities does this process uncover?
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    What is the best way to give feedback on a piece of work produced in Google Docs? What formatting tools are most appropriate to use when leaving comments? How do you organise 30 to 60 pieces of work handed in to you? How do children hand in work? What new possibilities does this process uncover?
Fred Delventhal

Wordie - 0 views

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    Wordie lets you make lists of words and phrases. Words you love, words you hate, words on a given topic, whatever. Lists are visible to everyone but can be added to by just you, a group of friends, or anyone, as you wish.
Christine Southard

Tikatok - Imagine a Story. Create a Book. - 1 views

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    Tikatok™ is where kids channel their imagination into stories - and publish those stories into books for you to share and treasure with friends and family.
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