|Using her iPod to add figurative language to her story.|
My big goals for second trimester will continue to focus on creativity and creating stories using iPods. After writing conferences this past week, I learned that many students are using Story Kit on their own going beyond what I taught them and extending the use of Story Kit. Here is a list of how students are using the app.
* building an enrichment book: Many times during the day when I am teaching I say if you want to learn more about this idea (for example the multiple meaning of collision) look it up tonight and teach us tomorrow. Students are researching on the internet, taking a snapshot and creating a page in their enrichment book all on their iPod (see example below)
*collecting figurative language from their Just Right book and typing it into notes to use later in their own writing
* researching non fiction and writing about different topics while recording new facts as well as taking snapshots of the topic
*writing a new story because they love the opportunity to draw their own illustrations as well as being able to produce the whole story on their iPod.
I am so excited and I had no idea the students were doing all of these amazing activities on their iPod. I am so proud of them!!
|They have learned how to bookmark pages to use as research.|
Amazing is a great word to describe your project and learning. Kuddos to you for recognizing how students are extending their learning on their own.ReplyDelete
Isn't it fun to toss out something to them and watch them grow with it? Having the ipods always on hand is the key! True examples of LEARNERS!ReplyDelete