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Reading and Writing Web Sites to Enhance Literacy and Engage Learners

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Would you like to enhance your students' reading and writing skills in ways that not only engage the students, but that also help to seamlessly integrate technology into their learning? How many reading, writing, or literacy web sites do you have in your repertoire? In this webinar, join Brandon Morton as he covers a variety of web sites and tools that you can use to strengthen reading comprehension and writing skills, while engaging students in the technology they love. He will share examples and tips for using these sites so that students can benefit from and enjoy learning and creating with these technology tools.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, August 1, 2013 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI), Web Tool Overviews
Tags: literacy, reading, reading comprehension, web sites, writing

Reviews (38)

Full Member
Some good websites for middle school children. I will investigate whether some of the sites for elementary students can be used with my beginning ESL students.
Full Member
Lots of useful websites to investigate. I appreciate that you took the time to actually show us some of these sites.
Good presentation - mostly tools for younger students, but some for middle/high. Will look into some of the tools to engage my students!
Full Member
Many valuable resources.
Full Member
Excellent - thanks for showing us around the sites.
Full Member
I appreciated all the great resources provided! I also appreciated that you took the time to show and demonstrate some of the apps- very helpful.
Great webinar that gives useful resources for younger students, but also good for some older students. Most of these sights will be good to use for my struggling readers and writers.
Full Member
There are many new resources too try with my classes and my own children.
Full Member
Thanks for the list of ideas! I am going to try some with the child I tutor.
Basic Member
As soon as I finished this webinar I tried the Teach Your Monster to Read with my pre-schooler and he loved it. Thank you for all of the great sites to try.
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