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Individual creating project

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Individual creating project

  1. 1. THE WIKI IS ELEMENTARYI NDIVIDUAL C REATING P ROJECT www.chambers108.pbworks.com
  2. 2. D ESIGNING THE W IKI : T HE P ROCESS www.Pbworks.com Wiki website for educators Can easily create class lists and choose individual usernames and passwords Created with educators in mind Privacy
  3. 3. D ESIGNING THE W IKI : T HE P ROCESS
  4. 4. D ESIGNING THE W IKI : T HE P ROCESS
  5. 5. D ESIGNING THE W IKI : T HE P ROCESS
  6. 6. D ESIGNING THE W IKI : T HE P ROCESS
  7. 7. D ESIGNING THE W IKI : T HE P ROCESS
  8. 8. L ESSON 1: T WO S TARS AND A W ISH Objectives of lesson:  Navigate the wiki  Login to the wiki  Edit the wiki and create a sample writing piece  Comment on other students writing
  9. 9. L ESSON 1: T WO S TARS AND A W ISH Technology Needed:  Computers (1:2 ratio, preferably 1:1)  Internet access  Privacy filter allowing www.pbworks.com
  10. 10. L ESSON 1: T WO S TARS AND A W ISH What will students be doing?  Access the wiki  Post a piece of writing on the wiki on their own page  Comment on three other student’s writing using the format “two stars and a wish”
  11. 11. L ESSON 1:T WO S TARS AND A W ISH
  12. 12. L ESSON 1:T WO S TARS AND A W ISH
  13. 13. L ESSON 1: T WO S TARS AND A W ISH Advantages:  Students will become avid writers because they are writing for a purpose and publication  Students will feel comfortable sharing their writing when students are allowed to comment and give “two stars and a wish”  Students will feel a sense of ownership because they have their own space to write  Students will become collaborative learners
  14. 14. L ESSON 1: T WO S TARS AND A W ISH Disadvantages:  Students may edit each other’s writing  Students may accidently delete writing of other students  Must have internet access
  15. 15. L ESSON 1: T WO S TARS AND A W ISH Success!  Students are excited about writing  Many students write after school hours  Parents approve and are noticing their students writing more at home  Want to learn more about the wiki and complete other projects
  16. 16. L ESSON 2: B OOK C LUBS Objectives of the lesson:  Upload files onto the wiki  Post a picture onto the wiki  Post a link onto the wiki
  17. 17. L ESSON 2: B OOK C LUBS Technology Needed:  Computers (1:5 ratio)  Internet access  Privacy filter allowing www.pbworks.com  Kidspiration Software  Microsoft Word
  18. 18. L ESSON 2: B OOK C LUBS What will students be doing?  After reading their book club book they will:  Find a picture of the book and paste it to their book club page and insert a picture link  Create graphic organizer of the main characters  Write a summary on the wiki  Create an advertisement of the book to attract other readers
  19. 19. L ESSON 2:B OOK C LUBS
  20. 20. L ESSON 2:B OOK C LUBS
  21. 21. L ESSON 2: B OOK C LUBS Advantages:  Upload files onto the wiki  Insert pictures onto the wiki  Use these new skills on their own page  Take their writing one step further
  22. 22. L ESSON 2: B OOK C LUBS Disadvantages:  Must have internet access  Possibly edit or delete other writing on the wiki  Group projects can be difficult when working with kids
  23. 23. I NNOVATION T RANSFER Can be used as a tool for next year’s teacher to gain knowledge about students Can be used as a group pages from year to year following the students as they progress through middle and high school Subject content is interchangeable
  24. 24. THE WIKI IS ELEMENTARYI NDIVIDUAL C REATING P ROJECT www.chambers108.pbworks.com

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