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Randy Rodgers

Booktrack Classroom - Teachers - 11 views

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    Intriguing site lets students or teachers read along to stories with audio, movie-style soundtracks or create their own soundtracks for creative writing assignments. Includes a few sample lesson plans for using the site with elementary, middle, or high school students.
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.
Dean Mantz

24 Educational iPad Apps for Kids in Reading & Writing « Imagination Soup | F... - 22 views

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    Great collection of apps for elementary students. 
Amanda Kenuam

Simple Storytelling for Special Education Students with Storybird - 1 views

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    "special education, technology, reading, website, social media, reading activity, writing, sharing, collaboration, publishing, web-based activities, stories, storytelling"
Clif Mims

LoudLit.org - 19 views

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    "LoudLit.org is committed to delivering public domain literature paired with high quality audio performances...Putting the text and audio together, readers can learn spelling, punctuation and paragraph structure by listening and reading masterpieces of the written word. Read and listen via your web browser or on your mp3 player. Regardless of how you enjoy the audiobooks (audio books), they are free."
Lauri Brady

Read.gov: Exquisite Corpse Adventure exclusive online story - 9 views

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    Ever heard of an Exquisite Corpse? It's not what you might think. An Exquisite Corpse is an old game in which people write a phrase on a sheet of paper, fold it over to conceal part of it and pass it on to the next player to do the same. The game ends when someone finishes the story, which is then read aloud. Our "Exquisite Corpse Adventure" works this way: Jon Scieszka, the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, has written the first episode, which is "pieced together out of so many parts that it is not possible to describe them all here, so go ahead and just start reading!" He has passed it on to a cast of celebrated writers and illustrators, who must eventually bring the story to an end. Every two weeks, there will be a new episode and a new illustration. The story will conclude a year from now.
eva harvell

Picture Book of the Day - 0 views

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    A blog on using picture books to teach six traits writing.
Jennifer Jensen

Collaboration Projects | How I Spent My Summer Vacation - 0 views

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    The focal point for this project is How I Spent My Summer Vacation by Mark Teague. Participating classrooms can write their own summer vacation adventure story or calculate the miles traveled during their vacation. Both activities will be shared via the Internet. Project begins August 31st.
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    I love this project .. thanks for sharing! :0)
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