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Grammar Challenges: Make the Mundane Meaningful!

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Overview

When you're teaching grammar to your students do they lose interest, complain that it is boring, or fail to see its relevancy? This webinar will show how to present problems to be solved and engage your students in a collaborative grammar practice. It will also explore using mobile devices to connect students to resources beyond the classroom. Join Catlin Tucker as she shares ways to let your students be the experts by asking them to research, design presentations, and present for their peers to address the Common Core Speaking and Listening Standards.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Communication & Collaboration, Reading & Writing
Tags: CCSS, Common Core State Standards, English, grammar, Language Arts, presentations, research, speaking, Speaking and Listening standards mobile devices

Reviews (43)

Full Member
 
Thank you for much for this valuable information and I plan on researching this information:
CollaborizeClassroom.com, Grammar Jammers, and NoRedInk.com. Again thank you so much!
Basic Member
 
I appreciate the information about TEDed.
 
Bloom's taxonomy, involving analysis, evaluation and synthesis are thought to be of a higher order, requiring different learning and teaching methods than the learning of facts. Thank you for the insight of problem solving. Nice presentation.
Full Member
 
As an English teacher, I often emphasize the importance of higher-order thinking and the synthesis of ideas because I dread teaching grammar but this is a very light-hearted yet effective way of professionalizing their writing.
Basic Member
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Very informative! Can't wait to use the ideas presented in this webinar.
Full Member
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very good presentation
Basic Member
 
Loved it!
Basic Member
 
Great ideas and great sites (some I have not used before)! Thank you!
Basic Member
 
I am excited to try this with my students.
Basic Member
 
Thank you for the great ideas and resources!
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