To protect my students from being too disoriented if they met a script on a big, scary assessment, I’ve set up a quick example (loaded with labels to keep things clear).
This year, blended learning with Mr. Keck has been more and more about the quick and catchy visual explainers that a teacher with a touch of obsessiveness can make with Comic Life 3 (on the PC), Comic Life (on the iPad), http://www.superlame.com, and Comic Touch (on the iPad) and the amazing flickr commons.
My favorite English class struggles a bit with reading comprehension, so I’ve been thinking a lot about reading comprehension strategies. There are dozens of web posters hiding on this website’s pages. Some might even help!
This site is a place to help readers explore different ways to think and write about reading.
More and more, the site brings you ideas in quick, visual ways.
Even though this is a website about reading, a picture is still worth a thousand words!