B’ Junior(9 years old)Reading and recording the famous fairy tale ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ (listen to the students’ recording here)
A’ Class (A1 level,10 years old) Story read: ‘The TigerWho Came To Tea’
B’ Class (A1+ level, 11 years old) Little !arinos surfs the Net and discovers amazinginformation about the city we referred to in one of the ebooks we read in class: London!ADVENTURE IN LONDON!
C’ Class (A2 level, 12 years old)Participation in two reading competitions on ‘SherlockHolmes and The ImportantExam Paper’ and ‘Matilda’. Maintaining a wikidedicated to reading projects: markaki-reading.wikispaces.com
Depiction of a scene from the Sherlock Holmes’ story.View more book projects byC’ Class on our Picasa web collection.
D’ Class (A2+ level, 13 years old) Reading e-books on the wiki, such as ‘The GivingTree’, ‘The Little Hunters’ and ‘Matilda’ and completing related writing activities.
E’ Class (B1 level, 14 years old) Winners of the readingcompetition ‘A Christmas Carol’ and posts on the class blogs: girls-english.blogspot.com bitsandpieces- english.blogspot.com
Post-reading activities See all activities on ‘AChristmas Carol‘ prepared by "’ Class here.
Students’ Blog Postsconcerning books from the school library
Wiki maintained by C2-level students • Despina: Great Expectations • Nick: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde • Manos: The Citadel • Monika: Wuthering Heights
Young bloggers• 9-year-old Nicolas narrates every adventure of Tuffy the Pony he reads in the new interactive e- books on the iPad:• Tuffy and Eeny the Eleﬁnk [The red key]• Tuffy’s second adventure [The lost keys]• Tuffy’s adventure with Gabby the Gremlin (a story)
Young bloggers• Little George has read a number of stories specially written for young learners:• Don Quixote: my new book• Goodbye Floppy!
More of the ways we use technology in the classroom:• Student Blogs• Blogging Challenge• Wikis• Glogs• Quizzes• Wallwisher• Podcasts