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Lea Hansen replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
Mar 11, 2011
Lea Hansen replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"I found this! This site isn't blocked! http://www.myfakewall.com/wall/create"
Mar 10, 2011
Lea Hansen replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"I've seen this idea before....but I've never used it. I think it is a great idea, I just think it would be difficult to implement because facebook is blocked at school and I hate to assign computer-related assignments when not all my…"
Mar 10, 2011
Lea Hansen replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"I like glogster too. I've used it with my World Studies kids. I had my kids create a "glog" as a final project illustrating what they learned from the book, Three Cups of Tea."
Mar 10, 2011
Lindsay Lombardi replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"I think this project idea is fantastic.  Especially the status updates.   I'm guessing you had them create this in a word document or did you use some type of program that resembles facebook?"
Mar 8, 2011
Kim Danielski replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Great ideas! I had not seen the museumbox before and thought that was awesome--especially for our students with special needs. We tried a Glogster project with our freshman students and that was very successful. Thanks for sharing! "
Feb 2, 2011
Kim Danielski replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Great idea Jan---thanks!"
Feb 2, 2011
Kim Danielski replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Thanks Kelley! The Facebook page option is a great choice (and from what I understand can be quite time-consuming), especially for a summer read project!"
Feb 2, 2011
Kim Danielski replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"What  creative ideas to the old traditional book report projects! Love the "Bringing the Character Home" Project idea---Thanks for sharing!"
Feb 2, 2011
Ryan Goble replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Hi Kim - did you also see this @ Read, Write, Think?Lesson Plan<a href="http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/developing-reading-plans-support-836.html" target="_blank">Developing Reading Plans to…"
Feb 1, 2011
Kerry Piper replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Great idea! I want to adapt it to plants/animals when my kids need to do a project in Biology."
Feb 1, 2011
Wisdom replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Hi! My students seem to like this assignment. To differentiate, you could have them create a video/podcast message home, format it like an email, etc."
Feb 1, 2011
jan chernin replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"I help the Freshman create movie trailers for their books. Students wo select the same book, meet , decide on the importent elements of the novel and using a Flip video camera create simple movies that illustrate , theme, setting, etc. Sometimes I…"
Feb 1, 2011
Tia Miller replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"Glogster is pretty fun, too.  My students did allusion reference posters earlier this year and they were really good!  You can add video, sound, pictures, etc.  You could even have them record themselves reading a review or…"
Feb 1, 2011
Katie Kimble replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"An idea taken from the facebook page idea would be using iWeb on mac computers and having students create a website from a character's point of view. The main thing I like about using iWeb is depending on the character, they can choose the…"
Feb 1, 2011
Kelly Farrow replied to Kim Danielski's discussion QUESTION: How can I make Independent Reading Projects cool for high school freshmen? in the group American Literature
"I recommend having them do a Web 2.0 component once they've read the story. They could choose between doing a Wordle, an XtraNormal video, a Blabber (from Blabberize.com) from the point of view of the character, a museum box (…"
Dec 15, 2010

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