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Robyn Pickering
Technology and Word Walls
Tue Jul 16, 2013 16:57

I think incorporating a word wall with technology could be an interesting concept. I found an article where a teacher used a wiki like our Re5533 wiki to create a word wall. See what she did here She created a page for each letter!

  • Letters, Sounds, Words! - Paige Moretz, Tue Jul 16 12:52
    This is an area where my inexperience really shows! Dr. K., I don't know if I'm totally sure exactly what your bias is? Do you not believe in teaching phonics directly? Is that correct? Either way, I ... more
    • British accent - hobsonkd 127, Tue Jul 16 18:22
      I am glad we are on the same page with the word sorts provided by ASU...they are just wonderful! I don't know what I would do without them in my classroom! My assistant uses them for word study and I ... more
      • Letter Land - Paige Moretz, Tue Jul 16 20:24
        I was surprised to find out that Letter Land is a British program (happened across that information this past semester when I was reading my supervising teacher's curriculum). I think the only reason ... more
        • spelling and pronunciation - lohrmk, Tue Jul 16 22:41
          In my class we talk a lot about the etymologies of words and then also the history of the English language and how it came to exist in its present form. A lot of times I will help my students to... more
    • Technology and Word Walls - Robyn Pickering, Tue Jul 16 16:57
      • Re: Technology and Word Wall - Ashley Dezern, Tue Jul 16 22:16
        Thanks Robyn for sharing that I like the concept of a word wall in digital form.
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