Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Tool # 6
I would use Wall Wisher in my class as a strategy to have students add their comments, questions during speech as a way to increase conversational interaction on our topic. They can add notes about our lesson and what they believe is a supporting detail, what they predict may happen next, or their best guess for the Main Idea. They can use it as a way to make notes about how they can improve with their articulation the next session. This can help them take responsibility for knowing what they need to work on!
I would also use Good Docs as a way to collaborate with other speech groups on other campuses. We could decide on a common book we read to our groups and then interact with each other about recall of facts, retelling the critical elements of the story, etc....