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Suggestions for use of web 2 sites in your literacy programmes

Suggestions for use of web 2 sites in your literacy programmes

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    • 1. Literacy alive through ebooks
    • 2. This is a way to integrate elearning into your reading and writing programme. One of your group rotations could be a group working on the laptops using one of these sites
    • 3. We will be looking at various sites to give you a taste of what opportunities there are out there using the internet to support children’s learning
    • 4. Visit http://rellco.wikispaces.com/ Books+Online This is The Rotorua East Lakes Cluster Wiki. We will look at a couple of sites together then I will give you time to look at all the different links they have on this page and reflect on their relevance/ use in I suggest youyour this webpage. Highlight the open classroom. url and drag it into your toolbar. This creates a shortcut and enables you to open a new page (apple/n) or (command/n) so you can go back and forward between sites easily
    • 5. *International Children's Digital Library* http:// en.childrenslibrary.org/ Children's books from around the world, including New Zealand and the Pacific. 1. From LHS "THE LIBRARY" click First-time Visitors. 2. Click Read Books to see the range of resources available. 3. Explore. Note: the colour symbol refers to the colour of the book's cover. Age levels are on the LHS. Genre on the right. 4. For NZ titles, click on Home > Read Books > Books by country > Text version > Oceania. OR Use This Shortcut 5. Scroll through the Oceania titles and select one to read online.
    • 6. *Into the Book* http://reading.ecb.org/ Well worth a visit to see how a group of students employ powerful learning strategies - using prior knowledge, making connections, questioning, visualizing, inferring, summarizing, evaluating, synthesizing - when reading fiction, non-fiction, or everyday text. Into the Book offers interactive learning activities for each reading comprehension strategy. • Click on Kids to enter the student site. • The Teachers area offers loads of materials for teachers, including music and video clips, classroom design ideas, posters and more. Don't forget to click on the Download section to hear and download songs covering each of the skills. Click on a strategy, then on Student Video for an interactive teacher guide for each episode.
    • 7. Tumble Books http://info.infosoup.org/ tumblebooks.asp Click on story books Scroll to read Abra Cadabra and the Tooth Witch The stories are read to you. You have to pay a subscription. Check out Public Libraries who have links to this site We Tell Stories http://wetellstories.co.uk/ Click on fairy tales icon on the right of the screen These are interactive stories where children can become part of the story when they add their own information Interactives elements of a story http://www.learner.org/interactives/ story/index.html Children listen to the story of Cinderella and learn about elements of a story like setting, characters, sequence etc
    • 8. Writing Fun by Jenny Eather http:// www.writingfun.com/ Storyline Graphic Organisers that help children see the different elements when writing in various http:// genres www.storylineonline.ne t/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/misc/stories/ Various Well known people read stories to the viewer The following sites are examples of interactive sites where stories are read to children littleredridinghood/ http://www.mrmen.net/flash/mrbumpstory.swf
    • 9. These are websites to motivate children’s writing http://www.eduplace.com/tales/ Wacky webtales http://www.cpbintegrated.com/theherofactory/ The Hero Factory http://superheroes.co.nz/ http://www.buildyourwildself.com/ http://www.piclits.com/compose_dragdrop.aspx Piclits http://www.wordle.net/ Wordle

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