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    • iwb + literacy graham wegner alea 2008
    • teaching involved the whiteboard as a tool
    • whiteboard + worksheets + exercise books + computing room time
    • not all are even this creative
    • student tools
    • how could the iwb change teaching?
    • 2005 iwb how could this new tool change my classroom?
    • This is a flipchart covering the topic of Apostrophes. Learning Band: Middle Years English - Strand: Language Punctuation.
    • English Skills Contractions that is I'll I will we're we are shouldn't should not you'd you would would've would have you're you are he's he has didn't did not they've they have that's
    • WORDS (negating a verb) CONTRACTION is not are not was not were not have not has not had not will not would not do not does not did not cannot could not should not
    • Using Apostrophes for Possession. Let's try a passage with missing apostrophes (omission and possession.) Rewrite each phrase below using a possessive form. Example: the engine of the boat the boat's engine 1. the dish of the puppies ___________________ 2. the pages of the encyclopedia ______________ 3. the red saddle of the horse _________________ 4. the fishing tackle of the men ________________ 5. the spells of the witches ___________________ You can make a start on this week's homework sheet looking at both uses of apstrophes.
    • Some Skills Activities
      • "I'm so over flipcharts."
              • Maria Paladino, 2006
    • go online
    • skills
    • information literacy
    • multiliteracies text still images moving images
    • online texts
    • still images
    • Communication Your group needs to look at the following images and construct the communication you imagine is going on. Use speech bubbles or cartoon descriptor boxes (like this) to do this.
    • Hi, how was your day, do you want to catch up next Friday? Calling a friend for an opportunity to catch up.
    • What is the problem, mate? The boss fired ME! No way are you serious? Work mates having a conversation during a lunch break.
    • Put some more effort into your job! Sorry, I'll try harder from now on. Two men having a work discussion.
    • Look at what happened to my camera. Do you really think I care, that brand is so bad! Two girls talking about their cameras.
    • user generated images
    • advertising short films user-generated media digital stories presentations moving images
    • fables
    • iwb as vehicle for student led learning
    • interactive discussion
    • interactive construction
    • PORT RIVER DOLPHINS banks sea water bay shops airport green water boats jelly fish jetty boat ports fish rocky sea freight deep Pt Adelaide cruises Grandpa's house factory seagulls lighthous e river markets port water pollution big blue fishing
    • What do dolphins eat? By how much does the dolphin populationincrease each breeding season? When is breeding season? What are the responsibilities of taking care of dolphins? How many species of dolphins are there in the world? Can you ride a dolphin you adopt? Canyou name a dolphin you adopt? Howmany dolphins can you adopt?
    • The behaviour of living things are interrelated and interdependent