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QR Codes #6 Pick-a-path stories

To see all the responses from this blog post you will need to go to my Edublog here.

I was wandering through my RSS feed tonight and really liked Kevin Cummins idea I saw on his Edgalaxy web site for helping children having difficulty thinking of a story starter. His idea was to write a paragraph to get the children started and let them create alternative endings for it. He even provided a pdf template for the story.

That idea sparked another idea in my head.

What about I ask my PLN for a hand to write the story endings seeing there were no children nearby? I asked some friends via Skype if they would be able to write some endings of the story for me. Doug DickinsonBarbara ReidCherryl EdenShaun Wood and Warren Hall did. I used QR Code Generator to make the QR code for the text. Easy as!

In the classroom I could this making a kewl classroom display with the original text showing first and a whole lot of alternative endings presented as QR codes.

With Kevin’s permission here is the opening text for the story…

“The wizard tried on his new coat, one with bright yellow stars shining happily all over it. Now he could get on with finishing his spell. He added the essential ingredients into the boiling black  cauldron  – a rat’s tail, a snail’s shell, a frog’s eye and some moss from a fallen oak tree. He stirred them all in a clockwise direction, 3 times over. 

Now it was ready.

He could use the magic potion…”

And here is one of QR code responses…

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You can view the rest of the codes here

http://allanahk.edublogs.org/2011/09/04/qr-codes-6-pick-a-path-stories/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

  • Tessa Gray

    I'm loving how interactive this is. I got my phone out and had to take a look. Really easy to use, enjoyable to read. I can see the potential here.

    Thanks Allanah Smile