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Bringing Your Textbook to Life: 15+ Tips & Resources

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Bringing Your Textbook to Life: 15+ Tips & Resources

  1. Bringing Your Textbook to Life Bit.ly/ShellTerrell
  2. Your textbook is 1 of many tools!
  3. #1. TOC- What Do You Know?
  4. #2 Post Links to LinoIt, Wallwisher, Google Docs
  5. #4. Teach chapters in groups
  6. #5. Use Word Cloud Tools
  7. #6. Use Graphic Organizers
  8. #7. Create Concept Maps
  9. #8. Create Crossword Puzzles Armoredpenguin.com/crossword
  10. #8. Create Crossword Puzzles Hotpot.uvic.ca
  11. #9. Play Games A my name is ALICE, my brother/sister's name is AL, we live in ALABAMA and we bring back APPLES. B my name is B___, my brother/sister's name is B___, we live in B___ and we bring back B___. Jump Rope Jumping at Recess by By Zama Ree Do, Flickr
  12. #10. Create/Play Board Games Bogglesworldesl.com/esl_games.htm
  13. #11. Jigsaw It
  14. #12. Make Students Responsible for Readings
  15. #13. Play Jeopardy Jeopardylabs.com
  16. #14. Modernize Dialogues
  17. #15. Ken Wilson’s Post-it Idea Research Notes by CEThompson, Flickr, CC 2.0
  18. #16. Use Polls
  19. #17. Create Your Own Textbook
  20. Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” ~ Bill Gates

Editor's Notes

  • If we don’t train our teachers well their classrooms can end up this way! This image is from one of my teacher trainers and one of the things I liked about her style of training is that it is very hands-on and I tend to be hands on as well.
  • If we don’t train our teachers well their classrooms can end up this way! This image is from one of my teacher trainers and one of the things I liked about her style of training is that it is very hands-on and I tend to be hands on as well.
  • If we don’t train our teachers well their classrooms can end up this way! This image is from one of my teacher trainers and one of the things I liked about her style of training is that it is very hands-on and I tend to be hands on as well.
  • If we don’t train our teachers well their classrooms can end up this way! This image is from one of my teacher trainers and one of the things I liked about her style of training is that it is very hands-on and I tend to be hands on as well.

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