In this activity, learners use creative online applications to exhibit their understanding of a text they’ve been studying. We’ve used the software below to help learners understand a range of texts from Shakespeare to Jane Austen to Philip Pullman and many others. Why not… Ask learners to brainstorm on www.wordle.com all the words that come Full Article…
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Another example using Dvolver, this time using an animation to set a task or ask a question, challenge your class to animate their responses.
ET turns ugly
We love Dvolver as a foolproof way of introducing children to movie-making and animation. It’s free, easy to use and just right for 7-10 year olds. Nic has produced a full lesson plan on how to use it in your classroom.
My First Movie
Age 10+ Ease *** Overview This software literally couldn’t be simpler to use, yet by the end of the lesson learners will have had a taste of producing, directing, scripting and casting their very own movie. It’s also easy to differentiate tasks, allowing higher ability learners to experiment with plot and continuity by adding Full Article…