Web 2.0 and Other Technologies in the Reading Classroom

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    1. 1. WEB 2.0 AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES IN THE READING CLASSROOM Slides/Handout: http://tinyurl.com/LairdIRC Stephanie Laird
    2. 2. Background/Contact Information  Title 1 Teacher  4th and 5th Grade  Mitchellville Elementary  1:1 Building (iPads, Macbooks)  M.Ed. Curriculum & Instructional Technology  Lairdlearning.weebly.com  @SLaird2
    3. 3. Overview  Reading  Writing  iPads  Poetry Project  Management Tips  Resources  Questions/Answer/Sharing Time
    4. 4. Reading-Comprehension  Digital Storytelling Book Trailer (iMovie, Animoto, VoiceThread)  Story Summary (Story Jumper, Little Bird Tales)
    5. 5. Reading-Comprehension  Backchannelling  Todaysmeet  Chatzy  Discuss video clips and novel studies
    6. 6. Reading-Comprehension  Graphic Representation  Glogs  GoogleDraw  Google SketchUp
    7. 7. Reading-Comprehension  Checking for Understanding  PollEverywhere
    8. 8. Reading-Fluency  Sites:  Vocaroo  CroakIt  GarageBand  Repeated Readings  Fluent Reading Modeled:  Listen to Reading  LiveBinder  Symbaloo
    9. 9. Reading-Fluency  Evernote:  Record Repeated Readings and have text available  Student data in one place  Portfolio  Accessed anywhere
    10. 10. Reading-Fluency  Student library project  Vocaroo or Garage Band  Created a “Listen to Reading” Library shelf  Continually adding new titles
    11. 11. Reading-Expanding Vocabulary  One click definitions and pronunciations  Spelling City  Free Rice Kindle Cloud Reader Word Games
    12. 12. Reading-Interactives  Google Lit Trips  Google Earth  Mapping a book’s: characters, locations, events  Premade or have your students make lit trips as a summative Project  Resource
    13. 13. Writing  GoogleDocs  Paperless  Collaborative  In the Cloud  Great for student feedback
    14. 14. Writing KidBlog  Publishing  User Friendly, HTML and embedding features  COPPA Compliant  Feedback  #comments4kids
    15. 15. iPads-Reading  Top Apps  MackinVia  Kindle  Nook Kids  K12 Timed Reading  iReading Stories
    16. 16. iPads-Writing/Creation  Top Apps  VoiceThread/Little Bird Tales  RWT Trading Cards  Idea Sketch  Tools for Students  Toontastic  StoryLine  MyStory  StoryKit
    17. 17. iPads-Grammar/Spelling  Spelling City  Bluster  SameMeaning  Grammar Dragon  Opposites  Root Words  MadLibs
    18. 18. Poetry Project-Skype  Poets  Skyped with four poets  Caroline Starr Rose  Irene Latham  Mary Swander  Debbie Levy  Located through:  Poet’s personal websites  Poetry4Kids  Skype an Author  Students generated interview questions beforehand  Skype in Education
    19. 19. Poetry Project-Google+  Poetry Hangout Connected with 3 classrooms at once Arranged through Twitter Students shared original poetry Provided an audience other than classroom peers Learned new poetry types
    20. 20. Poetry Project Slideshow
    21. 21. Management Tips  QR Codes  Classroom Library  Student sites/activities  Symbaloo  Google Apps  Voice Comments  Doctopus  Student Experts  Resource finders  Ask 3, Then Me
    22. 22. Resources  Websites to check out  ReadWriteThink.org  MrsDell.org  Cybraryman.com  Google.com/Edu  Social Media  Twitter (#rdngtchr, #readwriteweb, #reading, #edchat)  Google+
    23. 23. eBook  Available now in iBooks!
    24. 24. Questions/Discussions  Now is a time to share ideas and discuss questions as a group

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