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All Ears, No Tears: Creating an Online Internet Listening Corner​




How to Set-Up an Internet Listening Corner




  • Search the Internet for stories or books to use with your students
  • Save, bookmark, or copy the URL of the website of the stories to a Word Document.
  • Locate clip art to add interest and variety to your web page



Sources for Developing a Web Page


Wikispaces
  • Get a wiki without advertisements--- ask for the TEACHER'S wiki program and your wiki will be without advertisements. Then make it private, if you want to use it with only a certain group of students.


PBworks

  • Very easy to use; over 250,000 educators using this wiki.

Google Website
  • No HTML skills required
  • Free
  • Ability to customize

ClassJump.com - free websites for teachers
  • Be sure to check out the TEACHERS RESOURCES listed for this web page source; some audio books online are listed under the LANGUAGE ARTS area.


Create your free teacher website with ClassNotesOnline
EZClassSites Free Teacher Websites and Classroom Website Builder
Free Website Builder for Teachers - EducatorPages.com™
Google For Educators


SchoolRack » Create a FREE Teacher Website or Educational Blog!
  • 5 Pages
  • 100MB Storage
  • 5 Assignments
  • Unlimited Discussion Topics
  • 1 Mailing List

    Teacher Website
  • Be sure to click on the LINKS FOR TEACHERS at the bottom of this webpage. You'll find a list of subjects and under the LANGUAGE ARTS section, click the READING AND WRITING to find several pages of resources to support readers.

TeacherWeb - Websites for Teachers, Schools, and Districts
Zunal Teacher Website







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Professional Resources to Review


  • PowerPoint for teachers: dynamic presentations and interactive classroom projects (grades K-12) by Ellen Finkelstein, Pavel Samsonov. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2008.

  • Technology projects for library media specialists and teachers by Patricia Ross. Conover. Worthington, OH: Linworth Books, c2007.

  • Technology to teach literacy: a resource for K-8 teachers by Rebecca S. Anderson, Michael M. Grant, Bruce W. Speck. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson / Merrill Prentice Hall, c2008.

  • A teacher's guide to using technology in the classroom by Karen S. Ivers. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited Inc, 2009.

  • The tech-savvy booktalker: a guide for 21st-century educators by Nancy J. Keane and Terence W. Cavanaugh. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited, 2009.