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Dianne Krause

Creating an Online Community Through Electronic Portfolios - ReadWriteThink - 4 views

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    In this series of lessons, students learn the purpose of an electronic portfolio; use Google Blogger to create such a portfolio of their best work, including multimedia extensions as desired; and respond to each other's work online using the Comments feature of the blogs. Teachers create a basic class website from which to link to each blog. This fosters an online community in which students can easily move from blog to blog to view and respond to each other's content.
Dianne Krause

ReadWriteThink: Student Materials: Picture Match - 0 views

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    Match pictures with letter sounds - beginning letters, short vowels and long vowels
Dianne Krause

ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan: Paying Attention to Technology: Writing Technology Autobio... - 0 views

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    As citizens of a highly technological culture, our students see (and often use) technologies as a daily experience. Because of their proliferation, these technologies become are often taken for granted and unexplored. This lesson plan asks students to pay attention to these technologies explicitly. In this activity, students brainstorm lists of their interactions with technology, map these interactions graphically, and then compose narratives of their most significant interactions with technology. By writing these technology autobiographies, students explore what their stories reveal about why we use the technologies we do when we choose to use them.
Dianne Krause

ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan: Defining Literacy in a Digital World - 0 views

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    The texts that students interact with have rapidly expanded from the days when the only definition of a text was a print-based book or magazine. While students interact with a range of print, visual, and sound texts, they do not always recognize that these many documents are texts. By creating an inventory of personal texts, students begin to consciously recognize the many literacy demands in contemporary society. With this start, they create a working definition of literacy that they refine and explore as they continue their investigation of the texts that they interact with at home, at school, and in other settings.
Dianne Krause

ReadWriteThink: Students Materials: Character Trading Cards - 0 views

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    Create trading cards for characters in books & novels - very cool!
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