More Short Story, Digital Story, Your Story

More Short Story, Digital Story, Your Story

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  • ESL teachers learn how to analyze a short story about the immigrant experience.
  • We can simulate the student's experience.
  • Let's actively read a short story using Diigo to annotate.
  • We'll look for key elements and historical data.
  • ESL teachers and students can reflect on stories using Twitter.
  • I can Tweet with the other ESL teachers, my facilitator, and my students with Twitter by using a hashtag.
  • Family photos can be analyzed using Mindmeister or Storyboard That.
  • Look for the people, places, and historical data in your photos.
  • Not all ESL teachers are reading specialists.
  • Findery can be used to tell a brief story about people, events, or places.
  • I'm using Findery to create a short piece about my father who served in the military.
  • Animoto can be used to tell a digital story about people, events, or places.
  • Web 2.0 tools can help ESL students with multiple literacies.
  • Now I can share what I learned about digital storytelling with my ESL students!
  • ESL students can share their digital stories in a classroom or virtual presentation.
  • Through digital storytelling, we can learn about ourselves and each other.
  • ESL teachers can help their students to improve their reading and writing by scaffolding the process with Web 2.0 tools.
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