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Welcome!  

(Note: This is an editable web page, with the password anyone can click on Edit Page and it opens up in a text format that you can add to or change. So, for instance, you can choose a chapter in our 2nd textbook, or sign up for an appointment with me.

Try it. "research14"

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1)   For the Lesson Plan assignment, choose a lesson delivery idea from the text and design a presentation about using that idea for another topic. Submit an outline of your presentation.

 

[Chapters I, II, III & IV are interesting reading but not lesson plans.]

 

Christel & Sullivan Chapters

 

 

 
Lesson Plan   Name 

Intro.  Web Basics: Getting Started. “What’s the Use? Making Sense of Fair Use, Copyright, and Free Use in the Age of Mashups, Remixes, and Open Educational Resources “

 

1. Wikipedia Is Not the Enemy: Training Students in Evaluation of and Participation in Wiki Culture

 

2. How Did That Get on My Facebook Page? Understanding. “Voice, Audience, and Purpose on Social Networking Sites ‘- Using  Facebook  and Wiggio to learn about Language Registers.


3. Stop. Shoot. Send: Using Phone Cameras to Find Meaning and to Engage Students

 Mohammed Hafiz

4. It’s a Comic Life: Creating Information-Based Comics using Edmodo and Stripcreator to learn about figurative language concepts. 

Ricky

5. Glogster: A Poster-Sized Look at Student Movie Stars   

6. Survey Says! Using Google Forms to Evaluate Media Trends and Habits

 

7. Bringing the Year Together: The Digital Process Portfolio

Sara 
II. A Classroom without Walls: Collaborating with Web-Based Applications. “It’s in the Margins: Social Media and Implications for Learning                            

 

Lesson Plan                            Name 
8. Creating a Classroom Ning: Developing an Environment for Social Networking   Adi Catts
9. Keep Them Talking about The Fifth Child: Reclaiming Instructional Time with Discussion Boards   
10. Crash into Prejudice: Cinema Studies in a Web2.0 Environment   
11. Write Your Own Adventure: A Lesson in Collaborative Writing Using Webspiration  Carrie Lindholm 
12. Collaborating, Composing, and Communicating.  Using Google Docs: A Lesson Exploring Cyber Ethics in the Classroom 

Samina

Yasmin

13. Blogging the Examined Life: Expressing, Testing, and Publishing Ideas to Deepen Understanding  Michelle Albertson

III. The21st Century Essay: Researching, Collaborating, and Composing

20th Century Pedagogy + Today’s Technology = The 21st Century Essay: A Familiar Equation

 
                 

 

14. Nice: Evaluating Student-Selected Digital Sources within a Social Context                          LaToya Hinton  

15. Using a Wiki to Collaborate during the Research Process

 

16. What’s in a Wordle? Using Word Clouds to Teach Reading, Writing, and

Revision  

 

17. Building Rubrics Collaboratively with GoogleDocs 

 

18. Networked Research Reporting: Using Ning to Report Student Research

 

19. Photo Essays: Bring Literary Themes to Life

Cosette 

IV. Interactive Literature Study: The Paperback vs. the Computer Screen. 

“To be or not to be . . .” Twittering, Blogging, IMing While Studying Hamlet?

Is That the Pedagogical Question? 

 
20. The Macbeth Mystery: An Interactive Approach to Challenging Language   

 

21. Podcasting the Traditional Book Review

         

22. Would Ralph “Friend” Piggy? Using Social Networks to Study Character

 

23. Dear Emma, Just Tweet Me: Using Microblogging to Explore Characterization

and Style 

 

24. Symbolic Analysis of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: Literature, Album Art,

and VoiceThread 

 

25. Macbeth book: Synthesizing Research and Literary Analysis to Create a Social

Networking Environment 

                  
26. A New Media Pilgrimage: Chaucer and the Multimodal Satire   

 

2)  Use this table to select your presentation date. Attendance required for both days

 

Final Project Presentations
3 December  10 December

Sara Al-Bahlani

Mohammed Hafiz 

Samina Yasmin

Michelle Albertson 

LaToya Hinton

Adi Catts 

Cosette Terry-itewaste

 Ricky Gonzales

 

Carrie Lindholm

 

 

JDBetts

 

 


What can you do with a wiki?

 

 

 

 

 


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