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Lesson Plans (41) A detailed description of the instruction for teaching one or more concepts or skills. Podcasts (14) A program (audio or video) made available in digital format for playback or download over the Internet. Informational Materials (2) Textual information containing useful facts or information.
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demonstrations, and hands-on activities. Teacher Tools (6) An extensive set of online resource tools teachers can use to enhance student learning or increase teacher productivity often useful across grade levels and/or subject areas (Aligned to professional learning standards instead of content standards).
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Subject: Technology Education (6 - 12)
Title: Social Media Responsibility
Description: Students will watch a local news report on Social Media Responsibility. They will work in groups and conduct research about the topic. They will come up with tips for teens, then create a presentation using the Haiku Deck web app that can be shared with other teens and the community.


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Subject: Science (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Masters of Disaster (Middle Grades)
Description: Students will research natural disasters and their impact on people.  They will work in teams to design a disaster preparedness guide to share with the community to reduce the impact of a natural disaster utilizing various creativity apps on the iPad.


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Subject: Arts Education (6 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Photography: Past to Present  
Description: This lesson is part of a Photography Unit for eighth graders. After learning about the history of photography, the goal is to combine older photography processes with new digital processes. Students will make their own pinhole cameras, take pictures with them and develop their negative images in the darkroom. From there, students will use scanners and computers to invert their negative images into positives and create a digital image, manipulating the new image using image software.   


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Subject: Social Studies (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Coming to America!
Description: Delve into living conditions of tenement housing for immigrants in New York in the 19th century with this lesson.  Students research and use primary sources to create a digital PhotoStory of an immigrant family of their choice. 


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Subject: Social Studies (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: The Bee's Knees of the 1920s
Description: This is a culminating activity to an American history unit on "The Roaring 20s."  Students will work in groups to research notable individuals from the 1920s and apply that knowledge to create a digital poster using Glogster.   This poster will "advertise" these important characters and their impact on American history.


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Subject: Arts Education (6 - 12), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: IPA is Cool![ai pi e ɪz kul]
Description: Students will be introduced to the International Phonetic Alphabet and learn how to apply it to songs in foreign languages. In this particular lesson, they will learn the symbols for vowels used in Italian and apply them to a simple, seventeenth-century Italian art song, "Star Vicino". Students will be evaluated through individual podcasts created and edited using Audacity.


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Subject: English Language Arts (6 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Parts of Speech "Blabbers"
Description: Students will create animated images in Blabberize.com to define, explain, and give examples of usage for an assigned part of speech. Teacher will then compile saved video clips into a photostory presentation explaining all eight parts of speech and present final copy for class presentation.


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Subject: Technology Education (3 - 8)
Title: "My Three Words" vodcast compilation or series
Description: Students create vodcasts that use the format of the Good Morning America feature "My Three Words".  This works well as a culminating activity for a unit or a technology-based project.  In groups, students  select a three word phrase to communicate a specific topic/idea, then create a storyboard and choose appropriate multimedia elements to best express their chosen phrase.  They use a variety of software applications to find or create images and produce a video file.  


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Subject: Education and Training (7 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Party Time! Excellent!: Planning a Kid's Birthday Party
Description: In this five-day lesson, students will plan a birthday party for a child (age 5-10 years of age). Each group (based on kitchen groups) will create an on-line invitation, decorate the room, and bake and decorate a cake for the party. At the end of the week, your principal will be begging for an invitation to the best party in town!


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Subject: Education and Training (7 - 8), or Mathematics (6), or Science (8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: It IS Easy Being "Green": Part II of III Creating Your Own Cleaning Supplies
Description: In this second part of a three-part lesson, students will collaborate in ability groups to complete a Jigsaw activity on all-purpose cleaners. Next, students will research, create, and evaluate homemade cleaning supplies and determine the effectiveness compared to conventional (store-bought) cleaners. Students will present their findings for both the jigsaw and their product in a flipchart on the Interactive WhiteBoard.


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Subject: Character Education (K - 12), or Education and Training (7 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: It IS Easy Being "Green"- Part I of III
Description: In this two-day lesson, students will learn what "Going Green" means, including how to utilize sustainable resources. Students will work in groups (selected at random) and research pros and cons of changing their lifestyle. This is the first lesson of a three-part unit.


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Subject: Education and Training (7 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Becoming a Creative Director: A Day in The Life of Jenna Lyons
Description: How would you like a $1 million bonus because a celebrity (or the President's wife!) began wearing the clothing that you have marketed? Although a limited number of positions are available, there are great opportunities available if you have what it takes! In this module, you will learn the qualifications, training, education, salary, and job requirements necessary for a position as a creative director. In the end, you will create a blog or website focusing on the top picks for young children this year.


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Subject: Arts Education (6 - 8), or English Language Arts (6), or Science (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: If Earth No Longer Existed. . .
Description: Students will work in cooperative groups to research characteristics of each of the planets in our solar system. Students will design a travel brochure outlining the characteristics of each planet. Each group will make an oral presentation on their brochure.


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Subject: Mathematics (6 - 7), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: What I DIDN'T know...
Description: This unit is designed to assist students in identifying areas of mathematical weakness then requires them to create a wiki page teaching that topic. Activities include evaluating Stanford Achievement Test (SAT-10) scores to determine weak areas, collecting and organizing data, and creating a multimedia project to assist in teaching the topic. Multimedia can be, but is not limited to, movies, slide shows, interactive games, or podcasts. This lesson plan was created as a result of the Girls Engaged in Math and Science, GEMS Project, funded by the Malone Family Foundation.


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Subject: Technology Education (6 - 12)
Title: Spreadsheets -- A New Study Tool
Description: Students will learn to use spreadsheets to enter if-then statements that can then be used for study guides for any subject area. Students will create a generic spreadsheet that gives feedback when they enter a correct response to a particular question. They must understand the questions they are entering in order to enter the correct formula to get the desired feedback.


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Subject: Technology Education (K - 12)
Title: Ramp for Handicap Accessibility - Part 2
Description: Working in groups of 4-5 students will use the information, pictures, diagrams, and narratives created in Part 1 to develop a brochure. The brochure will consist of guidelines for handicap accessible ramps, sample calculations and contact information. It must be suitable for distribution at city hall.


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Subject: English Language Arts (7), or Social Studies (7), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: World Traveler
Description: Seventh grade social studies students will create a passport and detailed daily travel journal. The project will incorporate a minimum of two types of technology as they create a narrative vividly describing a city/country. Specific details of the geography, people, their culture, government and particular points of interest will be included. Pictures will be downloaded and used to illustrate the location and or adventure.


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Subject: Social Studies (7), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Congress: Requirements for Office, Members Currently Serving in the United States Congress, and Characteristics and Experiences Needed for Election to Public Office
Description: The students will research and present a computer slide-show on the requirements of office of the Senate and the House of Representatives and a special focus on the two Senators and a House member from one selected state. The students will create an election brochure in which they themselves will run for one of the above offices.


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Subject: Character Education (K - 12), or English Language Arts (6), or Social Studies (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: What Makes a Good or Bad Leader?
Description: After deciding on the criteria of a good leader, students research either a good or bad leader, create a class presentation of that person which focuses on his/her impact on history. Students then write and perform a three to four minute skit to illustrate the leader's impact on American life.


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Subject: English Language Arts (7 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Expressing Yourself With Poetry
Description: Two classes at different schools or across the hall share dramatic poetry presentations as part of a poetry unit. Students listen to poetry, practice reading poetry, and (if practical) participate in a distance learning program on poetry. Students then produce a Poetry Alive program that will be shared with another class through video conferencing or video tapes.


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Subject: Information Literacy (K - 12), or Science (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Comparing Two Fossil Localities
Description: During this lesson students go on a field trip to locate fossils. Students investigate their findings and identify them using resources from the Internet. They then videoconference to compare/contrast their hypotheses with those of another school.


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Subject: English Language Arts (6 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Reading, Writing, and Sounder
Description: The activities included in this lesson plan require the reading of William Armstrong's Sounder. This technology-based lesson fosters critical thinking and includes journal writing, student-led discussions with another class via video conferencing, vocabulary development, and persuasive writing.


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Subject: Character Education (K - 12), or English Language Arts (8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Everyday Heroes
Description: Following a unit on Greek mythology and mythological heroes, students design and maintain a website that features everyday heroes. Students submit candidates based on their everyday encounters with people in the community.


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Subject: English Language Arts (5 - 7), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Understanding Comics
Description: Using the book Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art by Scott McCloud as the primary resource, this unit focuses on comics as a tool for communication. Students participate in activities which include journal and essay writing, a graphic organizer, and a distance learning field trip.


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Subject: Science (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Comets
Description: During this lesson, students have the opportunity to explore comets. By navigating the Internet, viewing a slideshow, and participating in a videoconference with NASA, students will discover what comets are all about.


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Subject: Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Let's Make A Change
Description: A business marketing class and a family and consumer science class collaborate to redecorate the Oval Office for a newly-elected President from Alabama. One class researches the history of the Oval Office and the other supplies the measurements, colors, and furniture choices for the redecoration. A budget is prepared, a spreadsheet utilized, design boards made, and presentation projects created. (The lesson can be adapted for one class.)


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Subject: English Language Arts (8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Hold Fast To Your Dreams: The Sound and Sense of Langston Hughes
Description: Students investigate poetry form as they research the life of Langston Hughes. They perform the lyrics of his poetry, participate in a distance learning program from Cleveland Institute of Music, and produce computer-generated brochures and booklets as they execute this lesson plan.


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Subject: Arts Education (6 - 8), or Character Education (K - 12), or English Language Arts (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: This Business Called Learning: Advertising
Description: After analyzing the techniques of propaganda in commercial advertising, students work in cooperative "business" groups to create an advertising campaign for a new product called Giggle Gum. Campaigns include a press release, slideshow presentation, print ad, and radio commercial.


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Subject: English Language Arts (6), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Presenting the Eight Parts of Speech
Description: This end-of-unit lesson involves group slideshow presentations on the definitions and functions of the eight parts of speech.


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Subject: Social Studies (8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Confucius Changes China By: Gina Merritt & Kimberly Phillips
Description: In this lesson students analyze Confucianism and its effect on conflicts in China. Students will evaluate an excerpt from The Analects of Confucius to realize the usefulness of Confucius' teachings and create an original cartoon using Confucius' teachings to illustrate conflict resolution that occurs in modern times.


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Subject: Information Literacy (K - 12), or Technology Education (6 - 12)
Title: Understanding and Using Boolean Operators
Description: After an introduction to the Boolean operators AND, OR, NOT, parenthesis and NEAR, students practice searches using a worksheet.


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Subject: Languages Other Than English (Foreign Languages) (3 - 12), or Technology Education (3 - 12)
Title: Spanish Travel Brochures
Description: Students will incorporate information from Internet research in creating original travel brochures for Spanish speaking countries using word processing or publishing software. Students could alternatively create wikis or podcasts.


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Subject: Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: From Here to Technology
Description: Students will create a slide on an assigned topic that will become part of a class presentation. The class presentation will trace the evolution of the computer, identify the pioneers of technology, investigate the impact technology has had on the workplace and society, and examine how technology has influenced the course of history in geneeral. This project is a semester long assignment with required progress due each six weeks. Computer lab time will need to be made available either during or after school throughout the semester.


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Subject: Character Education (K - 12), or English Language Arts (8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: The Diary of Anne Frank: How Would I Survive?
Description: After reading the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Diary of Anne Frank, by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, student groups examine the coping strategies of the people in the Secret Annex. Then, each student develops a personal survival plan to be included in a group slideshow presentation which addresses this question: How would I survive if I experienced the same stressful situation? Additionally, the students discuss current world situations that necessitate coping strategies.


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Subject: English Language Arts (7), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: All About Us: Writing and Presenting Poetry
Description: In this lesson students write a poem about their class and classmates. Students then transfer their poems to individual presentation slides which are combined with their classmates' slides to create a class slideshow presentation. This presentation can be printed to create a class ABC book.


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Subject: Technology Education (6 - 12)
Title: Spreadsheets 101
Description: This lesson introduces students to the function and use of spreadsheets. It includes a Power Point presentation (to be used by the teacher) as well as beginning student assignments.


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Subject: English Language Arts (7 - 8), or Technology Education (6 - 8)
Title: Interactive Reading Project
Description: Students are motivated to read and learn to discuss literature by discussing books they are reading via e-mail.


Thinkfinity Lesson Plans


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Subject: Language Arts
Title: E-pals Around the World     
Description: With e-pals, students develop real-life writing and social experiences, learn the format of a friendly letter and parts of an e-mail message, and discover other cultures, languages, and geographic areas.
Thinkfinity Partner: ReadWriteThink
Grade Span: 6,7,8



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Title: Creating Vine Videos About the 7 Habits
Digital Tool: Podcast About Creating Vine Videos
Digital Tool Description: Six second video can be fun to create and watch. All you need is a smartphone or other mobile device to get started. This podcast offers six tips for making your videos AWESOME! It also offers a challenge to students to create a 6 six second video about the "7 Habits". 


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Title: Tailor Your Teaching with Today's Meet
Digital Tool: Today's Meet
Digital Tool Description: This is a live stream chat, where students can ask questions and leave comments. Teachers can use the comments and questions to tailor their teaching on the spot to meet student needs. Students can also respond to one another, creating a live learning community. A temporary room can be set up that will automatically delete in a set time frame. 


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Title: Just a Reminder
Digital Tool: remind101
Digital Tool Description: With remind101, you can alert parents and students to current assignments and events or send at a later date.  It's private, so parents never see your number and you can add up to 10 classes or groups.  Students can use it to alert their peers of group related assignments as well.


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Title: Social Media Responsibility
Digital Tool: #Virtue: A Special Report on Social Media Responsibility
Digital Tool Description: This Taking Action Special Report done by a local news station focuses on the importance of teaching students social media responsibility. This informative video includes accounts from local students and candid stories from teens about how social media affects their lives.  This video will be used to introduce students to the potential pitfalls of the unsafe uses of social media.


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Title: Infograms: Show Your Data!
Digital Tool: Infogram
Digital Tool Description: Infogram allows you to easily take data and create infographics. Use charts as well as pictures to display data into an easy to read and understand and attractive digital poster that can be displayed alone or embedded into a website.


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Title: Smore Climate Change
Digital Tool: Smore
Digital Tool Description: Attractive poster and newsletter creator. Students use it to create a poster telling what they have learned.  


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Title: Digital Disasters
Digital Tool: Animoto App for iPad
Digital Tool Description: Animoto helps you create extraordinary videos from your photos, video clips, words and music through an iPad or iPhone.


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Title: Stop Cyberbullying
Digital Tool: On-line Interactive Website
Digital Tool Description: Infinity Interactive Learning Lab provides a interactive training site for teaching them how to prevent cyber bullying to students. Students watch a video and apply the concepts they have learned.


ALEX Podcasts


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KidBlog: A Guide for Beginners 
Overview:
Led by a guide dog, children will explore the basic KidBlog interface. This podcast begins with the basics: finding the site, logging in, getting to know the workspace, and creating a new post.  


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KidBlog: How to Lose Your Readers
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Rusty the guide dog explains what not to do when creating a blog post. Topics include using all caps, copying and pasting text from other websites, using poor grammar, and more.


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Kidblog: Inserting Hyperlinks into a Blog Post
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This is the second video in a series dedicated to helping users navigate and use Kidblog. Rusty the guide dog will show users how to add hyperlinks to their posts. 


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KidBlog: Embedding HTML into Posts
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Learn how to spice up your posts by embedding videos, Wordles, Vokis, and more in the third episode of KidBlog! Rusty the guide dog will help you through the process of embedding HTML codes into KidBlog posts. 


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40 Webtools for the Classroom: Episode 2
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This series of podcasts will introduce you to some of the best web 2.0 tools you can use in your classroom to foster creativity, communication, and collaboration.


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40 Webtools for the Classroom: Episode 3
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This series of podcasts will introduce you to some of the best web 2.0 tools you can use in your classroom to foster creativity, communication and collaboration.


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40 Webtools for the Classroom: Episode 4
Overview:
This series of podcasts will introduce you to some of the best web 2.0 tools you can use in your classroom to foster creativity, communication and collaboration.


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40 Webtools for the Classroom:  Episode 1
Overview:
This series of podcasts will introduce you to some of the best web 2.0 tools you can use in your classroom to foster creativity, communication and collaboration.


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"What Hath God Wrought": A Brief History of Recorded Sound
Overview:
This podcast can be used by either technology teachers or Civics teachers.  Technology teachers can use it to teach the use and possibilities of the new technologies.  The civics teacher can use it to open up discussion on laws and regulations involving those same technologies; as well as the history of recorded music up to today.  The podcast uses hip, cutting edge references to the internet and its associated uses, so kids will "get" it, but it also contains information that parents can use to help them understand their child's use of the internet.


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TeachAde
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TeachAde is a social networking site that allows professional educators to collaborate around the world.  There are seven sections:  NEA members benefits, Adopt a Class, What's New, Resources, Groups/Blogs, Collaboration, and My Workspace. Teachers have the opportunity to join groups and blogs to discuss subjects of interest or get in touch with individual teachers to discuss methods of teaching.  It is a valuable way for educators around the world to interact with each other.


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AVL--Literature Resources from Gale
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In the second of the series, this podcast provides a tutorial on how to use the basic search function in the Literature Resources from Gale database of the Alabama Virtual Library. Items discussed include an overview of the basic search screen, narrowing search results, and using information to create products in the elementary classroom. An example of a project-based assessment is included within the podcast.


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Creating an email/gmail account.
Overview:
This podcast gives specific instructions on how to set up a gmail account.  Information is also included on safety precautions for creating log on's and keeping passwords protected.


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Changes in the Alabama Virtual Library
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Outlines recent changes to the layout and navigability of the Alabama Virtual Library.


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Enhancing Your Classroom with 21st Century Tools
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Why should teachers integrate technology in the classroom and how can it be done? If these are questions that you have then this video is for you! This podcast was created to inspire educators to utilize 21st century education to create lifelong learners for the 21st century.


Web Resources


Lesson Plans


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Audience, Purpose, and Language Use in Electronic Messages
http://www.readwrite...
With the increasing popularity of e-mail and online instant messaging among today’s teens, a recognizable change has occurred in the language that students use in their writing. This lesson explores the language of electronic messages and how it affects other writing.

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E-pals Around the World
http://www.readwrite...
It is often difficult to motivate students to read and write. By integrating a letter-exchange program in the classroom, students become excited about literacy learning. This lesson helps you select e-pals for your students and develop real-life writing and learning experiences for them.

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Girls Read: Online Literature Circles
http://www.readwrite...
In generations past, women met in quilting circles to share their dreams; today’s girls share their thoughts in virtual communities. Multicultural literature with strong female protagonists serves as the focus for e-mail exchanges and classroom discussions in this lesson. Students select and read one of five novels presented by the teacher, and discuss the novel in exchanges with e-mail pen pals and in classroom literature circles. Students then participate in an online literacy community where they can respond to questions and post reviews, allowing them to expand their perspectives and converse with a wider audience.

Podcasts


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Wikis In Plain English
http://www.teachertu...
TeacherTube video from CommonCraft explaining how wikis work. Runtime 3:51

Informational Materials


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Make Way for Wikis
http://www.schoollib...
An article focusing on how wikis work and how to incorporate in a classroom.

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Dropbox Tutorials
https://sites.google...
These tutorials are designed to demonstrate the ease and use of setting up Dropbox as well as how to: use the public folder, share and upload files with co-workers, family members and\or friends. With Dropbox, you can sync your files on all your computers including your ipad and iphone. To sign up for a free account, visit www.dropbox.com to set up for a free account.

Interactives/Games


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Make Learning Funny
http://makebeliefsco...
MakeBeliefComix allows students to create a three or four frame comic strip. This site can be utilized for storytelling or to incorporate a content standard in a creative way. The final product can be emailed to the teacher or printed for assessment.

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Digital Flyers for the Classroom
https://www.smore.co...
Use this digital flyer maker to allow students to create imaginative boards related to content standards. Sign up for a free account. There is an ability to share flyers.

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Custom QR Code Generator
http://www.unitagliv...
This QR Code generator lets you customize the look of your QR code, including embedding images, color, and shape. You can link QR codes to URL, plain text, phone, Wireless network, phone, calendar, or text messages.

Learning Activities


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Dropbox Tutorials
https://sites.google...
These tutorials are designed to demonstrate the ease and use of setting up Dropbox as well as how to: use the public folder, share and upload files with co-workers, family members and\or friends. With Dropbox, you can sync your files on all your computers including your ipad and iphone. To sign up for a free account, visit www.dropbox.com to set up for a free account.

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Digital Flyers for the Classroom
https://www.smore.co...
Use this digital flyer maker to allow students to create imaginative boards related to content standards. Sign up for a free account. There is an ability to share flyers.

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Publish Work Online
http://www.calameo.c...
Calameo is a web publishing tool that will allow teachers and students to upload any type of document (PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and then see it as a page-turning webpage that they can share via Email, embedding on their school or student site, or even

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ePals
http://www.epals.com...
Want to use email with your students but worried about misuse? ePALS SchoolMail is filtered email and collaborative system offering a safe, monitored and multilingual environment.

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Global Schoolhouse
http://www.globalsch...
Collaborative projects, online expeditions, and news and discussion lists get help you get your students involved with other students around the world.

Teacher Tools


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Make Learning Funny
http://makebeliefsco...
MakeBeliefComix allows students to create a three or four frame comic strip. This site can be utilized for storytelling or to incorporate a content standard in a creative way. The final product can be emailed to the teacher or printed for assessment.

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Sticky Note Canvases for Collaboration
http://en.linoit.com...
Free sticky note canvases for sharing notes, ideas, or pictures. Teachers can use for collaboration and discussion. Students can use for creating theme-based media canvases.

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Digital Flyers for the Classroom
https://www.smore.co...
Use this digital flyer maker to allow students to create imaginative boards related to content standards. Sign up for a free account. There is an ability to share flyers.

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Publish Work Online
http://www.calameo.c...
Calameo is a web publishing tool that will allow teachers and students to upload any type of document (PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and then see it as a page-turning webpage that they can share via Email, embedding on their school or student site, or even

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Custom QR Code Generator
http://www.unitagliv...
This QR Code generator lets you customize the look of your QR code, including embedding images, color, and shape. You can link QR codes to URL, plain text, phone, Wireless network, phone, calendar, or text messages.

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Global Schoolhouse
http://www.globalsch...
Collaborative projects, online expeditions, and news and discussion lists get help you get your students involved with other students around the world.

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