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Spelling With Bookr!
Spelling With Bookr!
Spelling With Bookr!
Spelling With Bookr!
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Spelling With Bookr!
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Spelling With Bookr!

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    • 1. SPELLING WITH BOOKR! Kimberly Adamson
    • 2. TECHNOLOGY TEACHING RESOURCES
    • 3. BOOKR
    • 4. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
      • Objective:
        • Students will write down the spelling word that corresponds to the picture and clue in the digital story. Students will be expected to spell 85% of the words correctly.
          • This was a review for the spelling test.
    • 5. BOOKR AND SPELLING
      • Students wrote their spelling words on their whiteboards while viewing my digital story.
    • 6. WHAT WENT WELL?
      • A projector was used, so all students had access to the story.
      • Students were engaged and used the clues to write their words.
      • Accommodations: This gave students an opportunity to visualize their words and write them at the same time.
        • Because we were learning plural words, I wanted them to see that there was more than one in each picture.
    • 7. WHAT DID NOT GO WELL?
      • The projection from the projector was too small.
      • The clues on each slide were not big enough for all students to see.
      • While I was setting up I should have had something for students to work on.
    • 8. EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
      • 1. Student use of technology
      • 2. Technology use is essential
      • 3. Focus on learning task
      • 4. Added Value

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