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Children from pre-k to 3rd grade watch as many as 30 hours of TV alone in an average week.
Students DO learn much through viewing and visually representing from a very early age. So why not incorporate what they already use at home, for school use?
Children can be encouraged to respond to video just as they do to literature, through written responses, drama, discussion art, and other forms of media.
Let's make a movie! 1. Get an idea 2. Organize it 3. Story board 4.Produce it 5.Edit it 6. PRESENT your movie!
Young children should spend some of their computer literacy time learning keyboard skills and using word-processing programs.
Just 10-15 minutes a day of writing electronically will help make writing more fluent and less frustrating for you all.
We must check the credibility, accuracy, reasonableness, and does it have any support.
Are teacher is teaching us how and why it is important to evaluate websites. Not every website is good.
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