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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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