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Compiled by Shelby Elmore, Classroom Technology Specialist DCSD Technology Department
YES!!! Students should be independent learners. YES!!! Building strong content knowledge is crucial to their success. YES!!! They should respond, comprehend and critique evidence. YES!!! They should USE TECHNOLOGY & DIGITAL MEDIA effectively!
Kindergarten/1 st grade Productions & Distribution of Writing Comprehension & Collaboration W.6 (Grade 1): With guidance & support from adults, use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers. Guide to Storybird Setup.pdf Storybird is a free site that allows teachers and students to create digital e-books. These books can be shared over the internet with peers, other classes, and parents. Comments & feedback can be left and used for reflection, improvement, and comprehension purposes. Example of a Storybird Class Webpage w/ embedded Teacher Created StorybirdsClass Webpage w/ embeddedTeacher Created Storybirds Tutorial on Voicethread Voicethread is a great site that allows students to record comments that correspond to photographs. Photos/Drawings could be uploaded or found on the web. Expert Use of Voicethread Use in the Classroom.
Kindergarten/1 st grade Productions & Distribution of Writing Comprehension & Collaboration W.6 (Grade 1): With guidance & support from adults, use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers. SL.2 (Grade K): Confirm understanding of a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media by asking and answering questions about key details and requesting clarification if something is not understood. SL.2 (Grade 1): Ask and answer questions about key details in a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media. Tutorial for Setting up Kidblog Kidblog is a CHILD-SAFE blogging site that does NOT require each user to have an account to join. Teachers set up their class and issue log in information to their students. Students can then post to their blog for journal use, literary reviews, math explanations/tutorials/story telling, and class discussions. Teachers can open or close the comment section to whomever they want. You can even collaborate with other classes across the district by sharing your class site with another teacher. Kid-Safe Search Engine for young students-Google, kid-style!
FIRST GRADE KINDERGARTEN SW read At the Fair. Type notes into WORD document as teacher reads using word bank.WORD document SW record their interpretation using a netbook w/ installed webcam. (Instructional Video on using the Webcam with VLC Media Player) SW compare and contrast using an Interactive Venn Diagram. Domesticated/Wild Animals-SMART Notebook IWB Lesson Discuss outcomes on your Blog Assignment (Rubric for 1 st grade Blog) SW collaborate in small groups to create a digital book. Storybird Tutorial-TW explain and guide students through the process. SW comment on each others creations. Teacher read-aloud: At the Fair. SW type notes into WORD document as teacher reads using word bank.WORD document SW record their interpretation on a using a netbook w/ installed webcam. (Instructions for using the Webcam utility can be found here.) SW compare and contrast using a Venn Diagram. Domesticated/Wild Animals-SMART Notebook Lesson Discuss outcomes on your Blog Assignment (Rubric for 1 st grade Blog) SW collaborate in small groups to create a digital collage. Glogster Tutorial- TW explain and guide students through Glogster creation.Glogster Tutorial- SW use internet search engines to find relevant information for their product. Glogster Enter Page. Glogster Enter Page.
This skill is something that will begin in K with very basic keyboarding on a pretend QWERTY printable keyboard. By second semester of K through first semester of 1 st, students will see pictures of the keyboard around their classrooms. From second semester 1 st grade to the end of 2 nd grade, students will be using netbooks, laptops, or other computerized devices/handhelds to access word processing programs for writing practice.
First Grade Kindergarten SW identify letters on a printable keyboard. SW utilize web-based tutorials for typing. SW use the keyboard as a reference for letter and number recognition. SW type in Fill-in-The-Blank style Note files. SW identify letters on a printable keyboard when asked by teacher. SW use the keyboard as a reference for letter and number recognition. SW familiarize themselves with use of mouse, keyboard, & trackpad. SW utilize web-based typing tutors. Click here to watch expert explanation.
3rd Grade 2 nd Grade SW use both hands while typing on a keyboard. SW use the computer for creation of subject-area products. SW utilize the internet resources. SW collaborate with others in the use of digital media. SW use both hands while typing on a keyboard. SW practice for speed and accuracy in typing. SW access information from various internet resources. SW utilize internet resources. Click here to watch expert explanation.
Opinion Blog Rubric Opinion Blog Rubric Journaling Math Literature
Helpful Websites: Story Elements: Characters, Plot, Setting Characters, Plot, Setting Flowcabulary: 5 Things/Story Elements 5 Things/Story Elements Activities for Students: Test Prep Brain Pop Jr.-Teacher Story Maps-RWT Text Features: Test Prep Teacher Pinterest Site Study Guide Text Feature Scavenger Hunt 1. Use information gained from illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot. 2. Know and use various text features (e.g., captions, bold print, subheadings, glossaries, indexes, electronic menus, icons ) to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.
DIGITAL PUBLISHING: Storybird Example Digital Storytelling Resources-LiveBinder Site Digital Storytelling Resources iPad App Resources: StoryBuddy Puppet Pals SonicPics Toontastic Storyrobe StoryKit GarageBand KeynoteStoryBuddyPuppet Pals SonicPicsToontastic Storyrobe StoryKit GarageBandKeynote Other Resources: Audacity D/L WallwisherAudacityWallwisher Audacity Tutorial Rubrics for Digital Storytelling: Generic/Peer Evaluations TEACHER RESOURCE SITE REFERENCE RESOURCES: (non-fiction) Quia Game Jeopardy Game Miriam-Webster Online Fact Monster 3. With guidance and support from adults, use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers. 4. Recount or describe key ideas or details from a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media. 5. Use glossaries and beginning dictionaries, both print and digital, to determine or clarify the meaning of words and phrases.
Produce and Publish Documents Interact and Collaborate Communicate Using Web Tools Evaluate Information Presented in Different Media Formats