Interactive Folio: Romeo and Juliet Welcome to the Interactive Folio/Reader and Study Guide version of Romeo and Juliet created by the Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project and originally released in 2007. We're pleased to announce that we've just released the new, updated version of the play as an iOS app. in collaboration with InteractiveReaders Inc. To access the Romeo+Juliet app. (compatible with the iPad, iPhone, and the iPod touch) click here or on the image below. You’ll find it to be quite simply the most interactive and sophisticated edition of Romeo and Juliet ever created: use it as a study guide and teaching tool. Version 2 of the software will have numerous upgrades and improvements including enhanced notes and facts, improved media, and note-taking functionality. We expect to release Google Android and RIM PlayBook versions of ROMEO+JULIET: THE SHAKESPEARE APP. in the next few weeks (by the end of October 2011). About the Interactive Folio (now Reader) and Study Guide: Fischlin, Daniel.
Cut-Up Machine The Cut-Up Machine mixes up the words you enter in a form, a la William S. Burroughs and the Dadaists. This creates new and often surprising juxtapositions of words that can inspire creativity. Type or paste some text into the field below. Cut Up Text: Download the CutUp Machine WordPress Plugin! The Cut Up Technique Cut-up is performed by taking a finished and fully linear text and cutting it in pieces with a few or single words on each piece. The History of Cut Ups A precedent of the technique occurred during a Dadaist rally in the 1920s in which Tristan Tzara offered to create a poem on the spot by pulling words at random from a hat. Burroughs cited T. Gil J. Also in the 1950s, painter and writer Brion Gysin more fully developed the cut-up method after accidentally re-discovering it. Gysin introduced Burroughs to the technique at the Beat Hotel. Argentine writer Julio Cortazar often used cut ups in his 1963 novel Hopscotch. Musical influence source: Wikipedia Read More...
ArtisanCam - Home Racing Theme Board Game Maker, make a looping board game for free with text, images, or image and text; 100% customizable Tools for Educators offers to use as resources for lessons, lesson plans and printable games for classes This Racing Theme board game is a free board game program that allows you to create games on any theme with pictures. Game with text only Create a looping board game with images: If you are willing to try the super game maker with all vocab options ...pics only or pics with text I hope to have a few game options but here are some other snaking options: the Galactic Challenge is a sci-fi theme. Fantasy Park is a cool fantasy design Race to the Finish is a cute board game with an animal theme. These can handle some foreign languages as well. Once your game board has been generated, go into the 'file' menu at the top left of the browser and choose print. These should print fine if you are printing on A4 paper or Letter.
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Understand what you read Little Bird Tales - Home Escape Room Puzzle Ideas for the Science Classroom | Kesler Science Creating an engaging escape room experience for your middle school science students doesn’t have to be difficult. Set your escape rooms apart from the other by weaving a narrative throughout the activity. Students will become invested in the story and the artifacts and puzzles will be more meaningful to them. I have put together a list of escape room puzzle ideas for that will give you a boost of creativity for your next lesson. Let’s do this! Create a Fake Receipt – This online receipt generator allows you to create a fake receipt and manipulate all of the data on the piece of paper. Clues can be hidden in the dates, line item purchases, tax, totals, phone numbers, etc. Use an Image to Create a Puzzle – Jigsaw Planet allows an image to be uploaded and it then creates a puzzle overlay over the top of it. The puzzle itself makes for a fun activity, but I highly suggest integrating content into the image or else the value in doing an escape room diminishes.