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Active website to expand student's love of words and vocabulary building.
Posted by Heidi, last updated on February 12, 2011
Categories: English/Language Arts Reading Writing
Digital Storytelling Wiki
Posted by Heidi, last updated on November 20, 2011
Neat way too tag a word and see different words to go along with it.
Posted by Heidi, last updated on February 15, 2011
Categories: English/Language Arts The Arts
Storybird allows the user to take shared artwork and write about it in story book.
Posted by Heidi, last updated on October 20, 2014
Categories: English/Language Arts Media Arts Media Sharing Writing
Active Literacy: Reading, Writing, Speaking Across the Curriculum
Presentation by Dr. Jacobs on Active Literacy and integrating literacy skills across the entire curriculum
Posted by Heidi, last updated on May 22, 2012
Categories: English/Language Arts Professional Development
Fantastic opportunity for students to replace old-style reports with CUBES/BOXES where they can import writing (docs), images, video clips to create a display.
Posted by Heidi Hayes Jacobs, last updated on August 24, 2017
Categories: English/Language Arts History Media Sharing Science Social Studies
SONGZILLA STREAM AND DOWNLOAD SONGS AND LYRICS FOR FREE
Great tool not only for music but for language arts, too!
Posted by Med, last updated on November 17, 2011
Categories: English/Language Arts Media Arts Music
Just the Word
Enter a word and see the frequency it occurs and correlate words. You can also see a word cloud (wordle) with single click.
Posted by leonardopena, last updated on November 19, 2011
Categories: Dictionary English/Language Arts
Paint and draw with your voice. Neat iPad/iPod app for integrating sound and music with literacy skills.
Posted by mikefisher821, last updated on September 14, 2012
Categories: Art English/Language Arts iPad/iPhone Apps K-2 Music
Shakespeare's Globe Theater: Virtual Tour in London
A rich and wonderful website sponsored by the Globe Theater in London. The site includes a virtual tour of the globe, images, resources, and curriculum for teachers worldwide. Enjoy the Bard!
Posted by Heidi Hayes Jacobs, last updated on September 14, 2012
Categories: English/Language Arts Global The Arts Theatre