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Language Arts Department Head Meeting (Tech Tools and More) Presentation by Carlos Fernandez
Vocab Ahead Vocabulary Videos Can Focus on Memory, Student Focus, Attention, Speed, Spatial Reasoning, and Problem Solving
Doink Create Animations
Polls in the Classroom Source: Instant Student Feedback in classroom. Class Question Homework Question Liker Scale Check for student understanding 4
Testmoz Source: Testmoz - is one of the best and easiest free Test Generators. Make the test. Post the test where students can access it. Testmoz will give you a report of the student data and outcomes. 5 Testmoz.com
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Sample Test Note: If you click on sign up - you can register but it will ask you for a donation. After using this product a couple of times you might see that its well worth a donation. 7
How can I integrate Popplet in education? Mind mapping Assessment Student Projects Brainstorming Presentations Build your lesson around a Popplet Share Popplets with students/co-workers Collaborate and Much More 9
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Language Arts Resources Contains Classroom Activities, Resources, Games, and More.
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Witty Comics Create Character Dialogues. Select the Pre-Drawn background scenes and the pre-drawn characters they want to feature in their Comics. Writing the dialogues is the creative element that is left to the student.
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Shakespeare Resources - Search Engine - Word Frequency Lists - Shakespeare Library General Poetry - Poetry Archive - Poetry Foundation - Poetry 180
Newspaper Generator In a nut shell - this site basically allows the student to enter the following data: - Name of the News Paper - Date: - Headline: - Enter your story: As you can imagine there are millions of ways that a teacher can infuse such a great resource into their daily teachings. Here are some basic examples of possible usage. - Teach different purposes of writing - Teach informational text - How to write op/ed articles - Use as a form of recapping a daily, weekly, or unit lesson - Teach Black History - by focussing on a time period, era, or person - Inspire Creativity with Children As you can see the their are many possible ways to infuse such a great tool in the classroom. My favorite aspect of this resource is that its web-based (free) and simple to use.