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My presentation about Storybird for the MFL Show and Tell on 13th November 2010 in Oldham.

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  • Thank you Toni. I hope there was something new for you here too. Mark Ury at Storybird is so great at sharing the news about what's in the pipeline.

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  • A delightful and informing presentation. Thank you.

    I love Storybird a lot. So creative.

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    • Storybird for Linguists MFL Show & Tell The Radclyffe School 13 November 2010
    • About me
      • MFL teacher at Ian Ramsey School in Stockton
      • Love creativity and anything that helps promote it
      • Don’t work for Storybird
      • @wizenedcrone on Twitter
      • Have a Storybird wikispace: http://mfl-storybirds.wikispaces.com/
    • Storybird for Everyone Fiona Joyce
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    • For teachers and learners
      • Teachers can write stories to teach new material or present topics and themes in an alternative way
      • Pupils can write stories to explore ideas, practise skills, present reports, write creatively or use new language
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    • Why use stories in the classroom?
      • Good model of sustained language. Pupils have to listen and concentrate.
      • Offers opportunities to listen, imagine, predict, comment, participate, express opinions, access longer texts without necessarily having to understand every word.
      • Involve younger children in the story from the start with actions and gestures
      With thanks to Clare Seccombe http://changing-phase.blogspot.com/
      • Make a model of one of the characters
      • Write a description of one of the characters
      • Pupils write their own stories inspired by the original
      • Match words and pictures from the story
      • Listen and draw
      • Sequencing
      • Drama
      • Mini books
      Follow-up activities With thanks to Clare Seccombe http://changing-phase.blogspot.com/
    • Who could use Storybird?
      • In Primary there are many opportunities from Reception to KS2
      • At Secondary level, several subject areas:
        • English and drama
        • History
        • Science
        • RE
        • PHSE
        • Modern Languages
        • … and your area?
    • How does it work ?
      • Open a free account and this is how your home page looks
    • Start a new story by choosing art
    • .. or by choosing a theme
    • The interface
    • Class accounts
    • Set assignments
    • Set assignments
    • Features for teachers
      • Student management with no email addresses to log in
      • Embeddable (if written in English)
      • Discussions
      • Class libraries
      • Moderated comments
      • Spell check...
    • My hack … www.mfl-storybirds.wikispaces.com
    • Coming in next weeks …
      • gift cards
      • teacher fundraising codes
      • Challenges (new writing contest for USA residents over 18 – coming to UK later)
    • Developments for early 2011
      • voice recording ( I am sooo excited about this! )
      • iPad v1 (Read)
      • Personal uploads
      • Sharable reading lists
      • new profile pages
      • new Read page
      • updated Create page
    • Features designed but not yet programmed …
    • Tag Typing
    • Search inside storymaker
    • Add to image library
    • Where do I go again?
      • Storybird website: http://www.storybird.com/
      • MFL Storybirds wikispace: http://mfl-storybirds.wikispaces.com/