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  • Anyway we try to spin it, a textbook is not real world learning. It doesn’t:Get children out of desksTouching real world objectsObserving and analyzing authentic materials Exploring hands-onExperimentingUsing their senses to explore knowledgeTalking to first hand sourcesDisplay knowledge in 3D or in multimediaShow knowledge within its context
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  • 1. Content and LanguageIntegrated Learning:Language ArtsShellyTerrell.com
  • 2. Reading furnishesthe mind only withmaterials ofknowledge; it isthinking thatmakes what weread ours.- John Locke
  • 3. Go beyondtraditional teaching
  • 4. Planning Lessons with the 4Cs•Content- How can we make the materialmore accessible to our language learners?What might they already know about the topic?•Communication- What vocabulary willstudents need to use? What grammarstructures will they use?•Cognition- What thinking tasks will they do?Classifying, identifying, etc.•Culture- What cultural considerations can youmake?
  • 5. Lesson Planning
  • 6. CreateFoldablesRainbowswithinreach.blogspot.com
  • 7. RethinkreadingmaterialSchooltechnology.org Elementary students using the iPad in school.Flickingerbrad, Flickr, CC 2.0
  • 8. CharacterTexts•Students get in pairs•They chose characterthey want to be•They text to each othera conversation theyimagine the 2 characterswould have now•Take screen shots, poston blog & discussTwilight The Graphic Novel Lite
  • 9. Smalldemons.com
  • 10. •Pre-reading:Studentssearch for music, clothing,setting, etc.Try SmallDemonsActivity: Find it!
  • 11. •Pre-reading:Studentssearch formusic, clothing, setting, etc.Try SmallDemons•While reading:Students mark in book whatthey found & how it givesthem a betterunderstandingActivity: Find it!
  • 12. Smalldemons.com
  • 13. Skitch App for Annotating Websites
  • 14. Skitch
  • 15. •Pre-reading:Studentssearch formusic, clothing, setting, etc.•While reading:Students mark in bookwhat they found & how itgives them a betterunderstanding•Post reading:Students post which itemsthey can relate to in theirlives. Ex. I like escaping to…. like the main character.Activity: Find it!
  • 16. Photopeach for Multimedia Quizzes•Create slideshows& quizzes•Upload images &choose music fromlibrary•Embed•Comments show inthe slidepresentation
  • 17. Photopeach.com/album/15oe8buBy @mscro1
  • 18. Glogster.com•While reading:Students postquotes, images, &video of their favoritemoments in the book•Post reading:Students post poetryor reflections
  • 19. GoogleLitTrips.org•Free downloadable filesthat mark the journeys ofcharacters from famousliterature on the surfaceof Google Earth.•Placemarks with pop-upwindows containingdiscussion starters, links,real world references, &multimedia•Make suggestions•Help create
  • 20. GoogleLitTrips.org
  • 21. Google.com/culturalinstitute/worldwonders/
  • 22. Airpano.com
  • 23. Have studentscreate their ownvirtual trips!
  • 24. Guess the Character
  • 25. CharacterTexts•Students get into pairs•They chose characterthey want to be•They text to each othera conversation theyimagine the 2 characterswould have now•Use Google Chat, FBmessenger or any otherfree messaging app
  • 26. Classtools.net/SMS/
  • 27. CreazaEducation.comCreate Comics/Videos with Figures in Literature
  • 28. ZooBurst.com
  • 29. CharacterTexts•Students can upload their pics or choose from a variety ofcharacters & backgrounds•Can narrate with text•Embeddable•Interact with a book using Augmented Reality•Free iPad app with QR Code ScansZooBurst.com
  • 30. StoryKit
  • 31. StoryKit
  • 32. Create a Collaborative Music Playlist/ Soundtrack
  • 33. Create Book Trailers
  • 34. Turn a Chapter into a Movie Scene
  • 35. Motivate them to learnbeyond the classroom
  • 36. EnglishStoryTime.pbworks.com
  • 37. EnglishStoryTime.pbworks.com
  • 38. Pearltree BookmarksPear.ly/b7VAvPear.ly/b7VkT
  • 39. ShellyTerrell.comBit.ly/ShellTerrellTwitter:@ShellTerrellPearltrees.com/shellyterrellDiigo.com/user/shellyterrellFacebook.com/ShellyTerrellPinterest.com/shellyterrellBit.ly/ELTLINKs