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BoomWriter Just Released WordWriter for Teaching Vocabulary. July 24, 2014 BoomWriter announced the launch of its new interactive vocabulary tool called WordWriter yesterday!

BoomWriter Just Released WordWriter for Teaching Vocabulary

WordWriter makes vocabulary fun, easy, and engaging and gives it a 21st century technology-twist! It's sure to be a great tool for teachers and students alike. Utilizing BoomWriter’s interactive and collaborative platform, WordWriter will develop greater interest and engagement levels around vocabulary instruction. WordWriter will increase students’ overall vocabulary comprehension through application of the teacher-selected vocab into their own written work. Teachers will simply add the specific words they wish the students to incorporate, a word limit, and some guidelines—the WordWriter platform is flexible enough that students can write creative stories around the chosen words or just simple sentences to demonstrate their vocabulary knowledge.

Best of all, WordWriter tracks student’s use of selected words and then checks off the vocabulary word once it’s been typed. Outils interactifs. ICT at Newington. Authors Note: After plenty of testing note taking apps Notability by Gingerlabs really stands out by head and shoulders to me.

ICT at Newington

The inking is superb and there are great features that I find very useful. Interestingly, I have recently noticed that I no longer carry my notebook around when it never used to leave my side. My notes are much better as well as being accessible across my devices and on the web and sharable when I want. I also no longer use the whiteboard in class as I project wirelessly and write my notes and answer questions while moving around the class. The app is updated regularly with improvements and it is exciting to see where it goes.Rolfe Kolbe @rolfek Notability is SUPERB!

There are great content tools and options for each. In a recent update Notability also allows for recording of audio that is linked to your interactions within your document. Our Review and Tutorial: Uses of Notability for Learning: There is the obvious one of . .. …. arghh taking notes! Wrap up: Prendre des notes à la main est plus efficace qu'au clavier.

L'auteur Sébastien Bohler est journaliste à Cerveau & Psycho.

Prendre des notes à la main est plus efficace qu'au clavier

Du même auteur À lire aussi Pour en savoir plus De plus en plus, les tablettes, claviers et smartphones prennent la place du stylo et du calepin pour prendre des notes, que ce soit en cours, en réunion professionnelle ou lors de conférences. Ce choix pourrait bien être le mauvais. Dans cette expériences, les participants devaient écouter une mini-conférence sur un sujet donné (par exemple, la vie et la mort des civilisations) puis répondre à des questions posées par un examinateur qui testait ce qu’ils avaient retenu. Les concepts mieux activés Pour la mémorisation de données factuelles, le stylo et le clavier arrivaient à égalité. Les raisons de cet avantage sont essentielles : à cause de la plus grande rapidité de prise de notes offerte par le clavier, les auditeurs ont tendance à tout noter, y compris de façon littérale en rapportant les propos exacts de l’orateur.

La main, outil optimal ? Schema_relationnel.pdf. To Teach Effective Writing, Model Effective Writing. I strive to teach my high school students the value of criticism, especially when it comes to improving their writing.

To Teach Effective Writing, Model Effective Writing

To do so, I model how criticism continues to help me become a better writer. Earlier this year, for example, I shared a draft of one of my education feature articles, which included detailed feedback from an editor at a prominent media company. I asked my classes for advice on how to address several edits, dealing with sources, transitions, terminology, and structure. A few days later, I directed my budding writers to the much-improved final draft. This easy but worthwhile activity helped more of my students feel comfortable receiving criticism, and not view it as an affront. I want my students to feel secure in the knowledge that nobody is beyond criticism (even their teacher), and that the bigger challenge is developing the good sense to acknowledge and successfully respond to feedback.

Along those lines, I also offer the suggestions below about teaching writing: 1. 2. Comment écrire une bonne phrase d'introduction. Édité par WikiHow Traduction, Team FR Lors de la rédaction d'un paragraphe, vous savez qu’une phrase d'introduction vous est nécessaire.

Comment écrire une bonne phrase d'introduction

Mais comment en écrit-on une ? Voici donc des informations pour vous aider ! Publicité Étapes 1Rappelez-vous tout d’abord ce qu'est un paragraphe. 5Donnez une opinion prouvable. Conseils Assurez-vous d’évoquer votre idée dans le paragraphe ou que la phrase d’introduction corresponde à ce que vous avez rédigé dans le paragraphe correspondant. Comment écrire une bonne phrase d'introduction.