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Reading and writing juniors

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  • 1. Increase the potential in learning when using iPads. This is not about the best reading book app to use but how to use the iPad as a teaching tool, an independent or collaborative tool, and a creative tool. Find out how I used iPads in a 2 week teaching experience with a 1-1 class and hear about how other teachers are using them in their rooms. Creative ways to use iPads in Reading and Writing © Jacqui Sharp 2013
  • 2. iPad and iPod Touch • Each take a turn at reading part of the story and record your voice Buddy read • Record yourself reading your speech and listen to it back again Speech Writing • Read your story and listen to the puppet say it back, could you hear if you used the right punctuation? Proof read your story by hearing it
  • 3. iPad only • Reading activities, Writing frameworks Graphic Organisers • Organise your thoughts and ideas with pictures and words Mindmapping • Sort, compare, contrast Supergroupers
  • 4. iPad only • Start with the characters name in the middle, add one describing word from the book • Add synonyms, check that they will fit with the context of the story • Add a note to each synonym with the word in a sentence that is in context with the story Looking for synonyms http://ipadsipodsdevicesineducation.blogspot.co.nz/2 012/05/demo-lesson-with-inspiration-reading.html
  • 5. iPad only • Export to iBooks so students can read it like a book Write a class daily entry • The more fluent writers could write their own journals Each child could have their own journal http://ipadsipodsdevicesi neducation.blogspot.co.n z/2012/11/starting- younger-children- reflecting.html
  • 6. iPad only • Create a scene print out or add to another app like Book Creator and add text Create a story
  • 7. iPad only • Add student voice, movies, photos and text • Export to iBooks so students can read it like a book Publish a multimedia book • Like Felt Board, Art Maker, Puppet Pals Use with other apps http://ipadsip odsdevicesine ducation.blogs pot.co.nz/201 3/01/create- multimedia- book-with- book- creator.html#. UkjWxLw6R68
  • 8. iPad only • Have students record themselves writing, identify which letters are incorrectly formed Letter formation • How many words do you know that start with the letter ? • Write all the words on this page that start with the blend ? Add endings to words
  • 9. iPad only • Take a photo of a page in a book and ask students to circle or underline features of text Find plurals, circle in red • Take a photo of a character in a book and add descriptive words, make voice comments Character Description
  • 10. • Access photos from iPad and internet and add to your collage, add text and stickers Publish your story • Take a photo of a character in a book and add descriptive words from the text Character Description iPad and iPod Touch
  • 11. • Pictures could be created in other apps like Paint & Create Publish your stories • Take a photo of a character in a book and add descriptive words Character Description Create Posters iPad and iPod Touch http://ipadsipodsdevicesined ucation.blogspot.co.nz/2012 /06/photo-and-text-apps- 1.html
  • 12. • You cannot change fonts or size or add any pictures, distraction free • Miss 1-2 lines after you have typed on a line, when printed out, editing marks can go on those empty lines Type your stories • More fun then writing them out on paper Practise your spelling words iPad and iPod Touch http://ipadsipodsdevicesinedu cation.blogspot.co.nz/2012/06 /notes.html
  • 13. • Use the drawing tools to make a book cover, add the title, author and illustrator Make a Book Cover • Use the drawing apps to draw scenes and characters from the book Draw scenes from a story iPad and iPod Touch http://ipadsipo dsdevicesinedu cation.blogspo t.co.nz/2012/0 8/book- reviews-with- ipads-and- google- docs.html
  • 14. • Add text, URL, or movie links to the scene and tell us more about the book Take a photo of a scene from the book iPad and iPod Touch http://www.thinglin k.com/scene/44111 7490244747264
  • 15. • Record your voice reading the story • Add the instruments one by one to make sound effects or to provide background music • Share by sending to YouTube or iTunes Make an Audiobook iPad and iPod Touch
  • 16. • If you have the full version you can take or use photos and cut out people to use as puppets • Record your voices telling the story • Share to YouTube and embed on class website • Save as a movie and upload to Book Creator Publish your story • All members of the group have a character and read their part of the play and move the character at the same time Record a Journal Story iPad and iPod Touch
  • 17. Writing Toolkit Computer iPad/iPod Touch Other Tools Drafting Publishing
  • 18. Writers Toolkit Computer Online iPad/iPod Touch Other Tools Drafting Publishing
  • 19. References • (2011). Education and iPads – home- Wikispaces Retrieved September 30, 2013, from http://educationandipads.wikispaces.com/ . • (2012). iPads, iPods & Devices in. Retrieved September 28, 2013, from http://ipadsipodsdevicesineducation.blogspot.co.n z/ (2009). iPods, iPhones in education- home - Wikispaces. Retrieved September 30, 2013, from http://ipodsiphonesineducation.wikispaces.com/Ma ths .

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