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Tags: civil war topic, social studies classroom, digital survey
If you're ___ engagement student writing with technology and social studies classroom holding to this Podcast(?). Hi I'm Chris Zephyr. I'm a Hickory Mackenist(?) teacher and my students successfully created digital museum towards focus on American Civil War topic of you're choosing. Each students received detailed expectation checklist take ___ guide to complete this assignment. To begin I gave students a digital survey via Google forms ask them to choose to five civil war topics they're most interested in writing about. Using these student responses I was able to assigned each student with at least one of the five topics without any students in the same class being assignment. Once students receive their civil war topic I had them create inquiry questions in order to break their topic down into themes or what I called focus areas. Here I asked students to research five focus areas within their larger civil war topics. At beginning students time to research craft and writing in their focus area.
Hi this is Abby. So I'm looking at iPadio(?) now and I can see it being used in class as far as student responses go although I do feel as though voice grad and some of the other interactive site we've seen would probably be better suited for my six graders. Some after watching the tutorial I thought it there were some other tutorials and there's something called Posterous(?) P O S T E R O U S and I believe that that would put all the iPadio(?) calls into kind of like a visual or a separate site where can be able to see it, so I could see that that maybe if they were all shared in one easy format that.