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Improving Student Writing through             Blogging Stephanie Teitelbaum & Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano
Action Research
Pre-Assessment
Week One-Commenting on Thailand’s Posts Before:
Week One- Commenting on Thailand’s PostsAfter:After:
Week One- Commenting on Thailand’s PostsBefore:efore:
Week One- Commenting on Thailand’s PostsAfter:er:
Observations
Week Two-  Commenting on Czech Republic’s Posts Challenges:Frustration among studentsDifficulty making connectionsFew choi...
Week Two-                   Process       How did we addressSmartboard this problem?Individual ConferencingGuest Speaker
Expert Commenter
Expert CommenterADD VIDEO FOOTAGE FROM POP POP STAN
Week Three-Commenting on Switzerland’s Posts
Week FourOur Week to Blog
Week Four
The students were so incredibly excited to write for a largeaudience.They received 7-9 comments a day. They were anxious to
Students’ Work
More examples…My Personal Assistant For A Week by: ZacharyIn class we have an assignment that we get to choose anassistant...
More Reflections
The World is our limitQuad Blog with other Jewish Day Schools around the world…           Quad Blog with other FCIS school...
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  1. 1. Improving Student Writing through Blogging Stephanie Teitelbaum & Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano
  2. 2. Action Research
  3. 3. Pre-Assessment
  4. 4. Week One-Commenting on Thailand’s Posts Before:
  5. 5. Week One- Commenting on Thailand’s PostsAfter:After:
  6. 6. Week One- Commenting on Thailand’s PostsBefore:efore:
  7. 7. Week One- Commenting on Thailand’s PostsAfter:er:
  8. 8. Observations
  9. 9. Week Two- Commenting on Czech Republic’s Posts Challenges:Frustration among studentsDifficulty making connectionsFew choices of posts
  10. 10. Week Two- Process How did we addressSmartboard this problem?Individual ConferencingGuest Speaker
  11. 11. Expert Commenter
  12. 12. Expert CommenterADD VIDEO FOOTAGE FROM POP POP STAN
  13. 13. Week Three-Commenting on Switzerland’s Posts
  14. 14. Week FourOur Week to Blog
  15. 15. Week Four
  16. 16. The students were so incredibly excited to write for a largeaudience.They received 7-9 comments a day. They were anxious to
  17. 17. Students’ Work
  18. 18. More examples…My Personal Assistant For A Week by: ZacharyIn class we have an assignment that we get to choose anassistant for a week. The names that we could choose areWilliam Shakespeare, Albert Einstein, Socrates, BenjaminFranklin, and Steve Jobs. I chose Steve Jobs because, hecan give me a lot of stuff from Apple headquarters. Hecould give me an iPad3 and he can give me an iphone5.Steve Jobs can get me to work for Apple and he could payme a lot of money. The projects that Steve Jobs can do forme is to make an Ipad4s, Iphone5s, and a iPod touch withsiri. I love Steve Jobs because he is a great person and heinvented stuff that I have. That’s my personal assistant fora week. Who would you choose? What project would theywork on?
  19. 19. More Reflections
  20. 20. The World is our limitQuad Blog with other Jewish Day Schools around the world… Quad Blog with other FCIS schools… My Reflection

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