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  • 1. EDUCATION IN WALLWISHER
  • 2. How To Create WALLWISHERclick on the LOGIN/REGISTER button to set up anaccount.set your preferences.add a small image to the upper left corner of the "wall".Title your wall, and add a descriptif, if you wish. CLICKHERE TO EDIT TITLEselect one of 12 THEMES (background design) for the wall.click Done to complete the test. Your wall is ready to acceptposts.to make a post, just click on the wall and blank "sticky" willappear.
  • 3. wallwisherwallwisher is an online notice board maker.You can stick post-it notes on the wall.You can also add images, files, and video.You can build a wall and send your wall URL to your student.Your student dont have to register to post onto the wall.There is a 160 character limit for each post.you can embed your wall into your class blog or wiki.
  • 4. USe wallwisher With Your StudentsAs a pre-writing activity ask your student go to your wall and do brainstorming.Have your students practise tenses by using the tense they have learn.Ask your students write their opinions on a topic.Post a video onto the wall, ask a few questions and have your students write their responses.Ask your students post the words they have learn that week onto the wall.
  • 5. Using Web Tools In An English Classcreativity, communication and nerworking among the internet usuer.read/write (nerworking platform)sosial web (social nerwork, blogs, wikis, podcast, forums, RRS feed)open to anyonefreeeasy to use
  • 6. The Many Wonders Of Wallwisheruse with students to introduce essential question as unit begins, have students add to classwallwasher with content reflection, links, video as a collaborative study-giude for assessment.Give students a closing question in class. As an exit slip, students post a reply. Use this as youropener for the following day, asking a few students who post to share.Challenge students who are working on a problem-solving groupwork activity to brainstorm their ideasusing a wallwisher.