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  • Essay Writing Myths Debunked

    There are a lot of things that we need to know more about essay writing. It's better to know first the basic things before we could finally jump to writing itself. Some people have these beliefs about essay writing. And there are myths which aren't really true. Maybe some are, but most of...

    Tags: essay writing, myths, writing, readers

  • Using iPads at Mayfair

    We have a large focus on literacy, writing particularly for our teacher inquiry development.  All teachers have a different focus. Our year 4 class find motivation an 'issue', particularly our boys.  So the teacher in this room is using ipads to record their stories on garage band (at t...

    Tags: writing

  • Written, oral and visual language

    A couple of our Year 2 classes are using Kidpix for their daily story writing. They follow basically the same process as in their books - write their name, record their story, write the story and illustrate. By recording the story first, the child can replay it and refer back as they complete th...

    Tags: writing, oral language, visual language

  • Using a class blog to publish students writing and to give feedback and feedforward.

    My goal is to use our class blog as a publishing tool to allow a wider audience to read and give feedback on my students writing. I have set up the classroom blog and we have started publishing pieces of work on it. www.thumpingthrees.blogspot.com I have been making comments about each piece of ...

    Tags: somerset, blogging, writing

  • Implementing blogging in the writing programme

    My e-Learning goal is to implement our class blog into our writing programme. My initial idea was to get the students to publish their writing onto the blog.  http://kahikateaiwa.blogspot.co.nz/ The majority of my writers were at the beginning of the year, struggling writers and I became d...

    Tags: Somerset Crescent School, blogging, writing

  • Blogging in the Writing Programme

    My e-Learning goal is to implement our class blog into our writing programme. My initial idea was to get the students to publish their writing onto the blog.  http://kahikateaiwa.blogspot.co.nz/ The majority of my writers were at the beginning of the year, struggling writers and I became d...

    Tags: Somerset Crescent School, blogging, writing

  • My enquiry

    How can I use blogs and other programmes to encourage my Maori, Pacifica and ESOL students to write grammatically correct stories that are interesting for others to read. My Next steps are:  Find out more about blogging and managing this as a class.  Look into using Voice thread and Av...

    Tags: blogs, writing, priority learners

  • Tuhituhinga - Writing

    Ata mārie Today I am posting about a couple of requests on engaging learners and improving achievement in writing. I have shared the following resources with teachers and schools I work alongside with. All have been positively received. Making the writing programme fun. A crowd sourced Google s...

    Tags: māori, writing, digital technologies, blog

  • App Guide: Clicker Docs and iWordQ UK

    This month, I am taking a closer look at two apps that are commonly used to support literacy. Clicker Docs and iWordQ UK are word processing apps which provide additional help for those who find writing a challenge. These apps work best when the user is able to make reasonable guesses a...

    Tags: Assistive Technology, literacy, iPad apps, writing, predictive text, learning support

  • 5 Best Online Applications for Checking Grammar

    Even the most competent and experienced writers make mistakes. Grammar and spelling mistakes lower the overall flow and appeal of your paper. Over the years, some useful applications have been developed to help writers identify and correct errors in their text. Here are the most notable onlin...

    Tags: essay, writing, education