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Make A Story
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Tikatok - Kids Activities: Publish a Children's Book with Tikatok ¿Qué tiene que saber el profesor para desarrollar su tarea docente? El modelo TPACK "Desafortunadamente, a muchos docentes se les enseña a mirar primero a la tecnología, para descubrir todas las posibilidades que nos brinda, en vez de pensar primero en qué quieren enseñar y cómo esos conocimientos se pueden enmarcar mejor para el grupo específico de niños a los que se van a dirigir". Judi Harris (2012) El conocimiento tecnológico, pedagógico y disciplinar: TPACK por sus siglas en Inglés (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge) , intenta identificar la naturaleza del conocimiento requerido por los docentes para la integración de la tecnología en su enseñanza, al abordar la naturaleza compleja, multifacética y situada de los conocimientos del educador. ¿Qué tiene que saber el profesor para desarrollar su tarea docente? En el corazón de la estructura TPACK, se encuentra la compleja relación de tres formas primarias del conocimiento: Conocimiento DisciplinarConocimiento PedagógicoConocimiento sobre Tecnologías. Aquí la presentación: Fuentes:

The Literacy Block Saturday, 7 July 2012 at 3:47 pm A literacy block should provide a balanced program of literacy instruction including the following teaching/learning approaches to support reading and writing. Essential Reading Components: Modelled Reading occurs when an expert reader reads a difficult text to less experienced readers, enabling the experienced reader to model how effective readers sound, solve and think about texts when readingThe “think aloud” strategy is used strategically by the expert reader to model thinking and problem solving actions. Reading Aloud occurs when an expert reader reads a difficult text to less experienced readers for the purposes of: building a community of readers,creating shared experiences amongst students,exposing students to new ideas, story lines, characters and contexts,exposing students to new vocabulary, text and language structures,building a love of reading. Shared Reading Guided Reading Guided Reading/Reciprocal Teaching Independent Reading Modelled Writing The Aim

Little Bird Tales - Home Festival de la leyenda Writing game Writing games provide skills practice with authentic texts … Simple games can provide opportunities for language experience, explicit teaching, coaching and collaboration. Here’s a simple one I was playing recently. You need 45 minutes for crafting, reviewing, revising, sharing and feedback. Start with two sentences: Jack went up the hill. What to do Organise students into pairs or groups of three and explain: Your task is to work with others to enhance the sentences by improving vocabulary, working on the sequence of words or groups of words and providing detail about your ideas which enable readers to imagine what is happening. Your improved sentence should be interesting and grammatically correct. Walk students through the task, one step at a time and allowing time for small group discussion. Instructions Copy the sentences.Cross out the word ‘went’ and substitute another word. Sharing, reflection and feedback Other examples may include: Here’s an innovation from a Year 5 trio below:

Only You Can Prevent Wildfires Proximidad Don Benito-La Serena A List of The Best Free Digital Storytelling Tools for Teachers 1- ZimmerTwins It is all about creative storytelling. ZimmerTwins is a web2.0 tool that allows students to give vent to their imaginative powers and exercise their storytelling skills from early stages to advances ones. 2- Digital Story Telling in The Classroom This section provides resources and materials for teachers to use with their students in storytelling. It helps students personalize their learning and perform better. Students can use these materials to create a movie or interactive slideshow to tell their stories. 3- Story Bird This is an awesome website that allows students and teachers to create short art inspired stories to read, share or print out. 4- Someries Someries is a fantastic storytelling site . 5- PicLits This is another awesome website where students can choose a picture and start drawing or writing a text on it to create a story. 7- Capzles This is where you and your students can create rich multimedia stories with videos, photos, music, blogs and documents.

Children Bedtime Stories Embalse de La Serena El embalse de La Serena se localiza en la provincia de Badajoz sobre el río Zújar. Fue inaugurado por don Juan Carlos I y doña Sofía el 2 de febrero de 1990. El embalse de La Serena se levanta sobre gran parte del embalse del Zújar, quedando este último como contraembalse del primero. Historia[editar] Cerro Masatrigo,una isla en medio del embalse. El embalse fue puesto en funcionamiento en el año 1989, justo tras acabar los trabajos de construcción de la presa. El irregular cauce del Río Zújar quedó de manifiesto tras las lluvias de diciembre de 1995 y enero de 1996, que elevaron el volumen embalsado hasta 1612 hm³, en apenas 40 días el embalse había recibido más de 1500 hm³. Entorno natural[editar] El entorno donde se encuentra el embalse está formado por grandes llanuras de terreno ondulado y desarbolado donde crecen pastizales que son aprovechados por las ganaderías ovinas presentes en la zona, de las que se obtiene el conocido como Queso de La Serena. Referencias[editar]

Literacy » primaryedutech.com Toontastic is a fantastic cartoon creation tool on your iPad. This is a very accessible tool that can be used by children as young as five and be enjoyed just as much by big kids such as myself. Toontastic’s interface is separated into 5 easy steps to create your own cartoon. Step 1: Story Arc In the Story Arc you develop your story structure. Step 2: Setting Once you have chosen a scene to edit from the ‘Story Arc’, it is time to choose a setting for that scene. Step 3: Characters After you have chosen your setting you then need to pick your characters. Step 4: Animation This is the most exciting bit, animating your characters and giving them a voice. Step 5: Music After animating your scene you a brought to the ‘Music’ section. Once you have finished with your cartoon you can sit back and enjoy what you have created. I can see ‘Toontastic’ being used successfully in a classroom to assist students with developing their narrative story telling skills.

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