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Tired of Teaching “Elements of Plot”? A New, Fun Approach! | Ms. G's Room 30 Are you tired of beginning each school year with the same ol’ “Elements of Plot” lesson? The initial vocabulary and concepts related to “Plot” can be kind of “dry” and “boring”, especially if you’re a student in grades 7th-10th! You know what I’m talking about because we’ve all been there ;) I took some time (well, quite a bit of time!) Typical Plot Mountain New Plot Roller Coaster Download FREE Plot Roller Coaster PDF Inspired by the graphic organizer shown above, I went on to create a PREZI presentation, student note-taking packet and two intertactive activities to use this year as I teach this standard (RL 7-10.3). As you can see, I’ve incorporated “Plot” Task cards into one of the activities in this bundle! If you’re one of those teachers that has taught the same “elements of plot” lesson over and over (just like me!) Like this: Like Loading...

Eliademy | Your free online classroom How To Create A Test That Grades Itself Using Google Forms How To Create Self Grading Assessments With Google Forms Google Forms isn’t the first thing you think of when you think of assessment. It’s not especially elegant, it won’t wow students, and the learning curve isn’t as mild as it might be. Mike Reading from Google Apps For Edu gives the following itemized rundown on how to use Google Forms to accomplish exactly that in the video below. An Ethical Island | How to Teach Without a Lecture and other fun Air Scanner Document Camera for the iPhone and iPod Touch by qrayon Features: View more Air Scanner Tips and Tricks. We believe that we've only begun to scratch the surface of what's possible with the iPhone and multi-touch devices. If you find Air Scanner useful, or have other uses in mind, please drop us a line and let us know about them. We love to hear from you! Other Products: If you like Air Scanner, also check out: It's FREE for a limited time!

Hem - Digitala Skollyftet IT-pedagog ImageQuiz Where Would You Live on This Map of the Internet? If there was a map of the Internet, which country would you call home? This fascinating map was created by Slovakian student and amateur graphic design artist Martin Vargic, who often goes by the pseudonym Jay Simons, and he left no detail untouched. The map is divided into categorized continents, which are then further detailed with countries. The eastern part of the map is comprised mostly of software companies, such as Microsoft and HP, while the western hemisphere which Vargic refers to as the "New World" is made up of websites and social networks like Facebook and Google. Cities are represented with sub-categories and trends; the iPhone 5 on the Apple sector, and OneDirectionVEVO in the YouTube country, while the countries' capitals are portrayed with the CEO or founder's last name. No map of the internet would be complete without all parts being equally represented. The complex map was so large that it had to be drawn in 4 segments, which was later merged into one.