June 14

LACUE Technology Leadership Summit

We spend class time giving our students the tools to be able to annotate passages, decode vocabulary and analyze text on a variety of levels. Now it’s time to allow them to show what they know by creating memes, digital stories, images, blogs, and posters.Teachers attending this session will learn how to incorporate literacy strategies, activities and alternative assessment opportunities that support student creativity into lesson plans.

 

Today’s Agenda

ClassFlow Lesson re: The Real Humpty Dumpty Story 

Esplore creative ways to assess
1. memes
2. gist statements
3. hashtags
4. Videos
5.  BlackOut Poems

Here are my presentation slides.

Tech tools and Assignments that Demonstrate Learning

Have your students create BlackOut Poems in response to text.

Or create Videos to demonstrate their knowledge.


Posted June 14, 2017 by Ms. B. in category Blogging, Web and Wiki Tools

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I am an English teacher at West Jefferson Senior High School in Harvey, Louisiana. I teach approximately 90 students and I hope to leave them with skills, ideas, thoughts, dreams, and hopes that will guide them in future endeavors.

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