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Read, Write, and Research: Web Tools to use with an Interactive Whiteboard in Language Arts

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Overview

Are you looking for Web tools that will help motivate your middle and high school English Language Arts students to read, write, and research? In this webinar, join Letia Cooper as she covers some of the best free Web tools that can help you do just that especially when paired with your Interactive Whiteboard (IWB). Letia will explore a variety of interactive tools in detail and include lesson ideas for immediate use in your classroom. In addition, these Web tools will help you meet and incorporate Common Core standards.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Interactive Whiteboards, Reading & Writing, Web Tool Overviews
Tags: English, Interactive Whiteboards, IWBs, Language Arts, reading, research, web tools, websites, writing

Reviews (30)

Full Member
 
Great presentation of engaging ELA resources that can also be used in teaching and learning in a variety of subject areas and grade levels.
Full Member
+2
 
Wonderful webinar.
The resources are very much appreciated.
I will be exploring Power My Learning, Newslea.com, and
Quill.org
Full Member
 
Thank you
Full Member
 
This is definitely a great webinar to get ELA resources!! I found it helpful to open up a Word Document and take notes on the many websites that were discussed. Thank you!
Full Member
 
Thanks for all the great tools for ELA.
Basic Member
+8
 
Thanks for sharing Newsela.com and Quill.org these are on my must do list.
Full Member
+2
 
Thank you for all of the creative ideas
Full Member
 
WOW! Wonderful Language Arts resources that are super for differentiation.
Full Member
 
I'm an elementary teacher and found these websites helpful!
Full Member
+4
 
School wasn't in session when I saw this webinar, but I wish it was because there were some great ELA websites that I didn't know about that I think can really help next year with reading and writing. I can't wait to create my teacher account and get inside all of them that were mentioned.
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