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PLP "Read, Write, Research"by Sheri Edwards
Bring your visual storytelling to the next level
Add text, web link, video & audio hotspots on top of your image and 360 content.
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Use the Teleport 360 app to create interactive 360 stories and documentaries on tablets.
Use the free ThingLink app to tag camera images on smartphones and tablets.
Operating in Finland and USA, our team is passionate about developing new innovative ways for visual storytelling with interactive media.
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What should we be able to answer about reading, writing, and researching this year? docs.google.com Essential Questions Language Arts Wolves
What should my task look like? What scale will we use? docs.google.com Project Scale Wolves
What is the current task? docs.google.com PLP Research Focus
docs.google.com RW17-6 Project Collaborate Checklist SL1, 4
accounts.google.com Essential Question: How do researchers investigate successfully? RW7 Investigate: Research, Question, Investigate, Question, Answer How well did you dig for relevant and accurate information to thoroughly explain your topic? INVESTIGATE Conduct short research projects to answer a question, d...
accounts.google.com RW1516 - ⅞ Essential Question: How do readers and writers determine and develop relevant, accurate, and complete topics? Content: Central Idea and details [relevant quotations, facts, definitions, examples, vocabulary] RI1,2 WHST 8 How relevant, accurate, thorough, and detailed is your informat...
accounts.google.com Essential Question: How do publishers design and organize content for their audience and purpose? Design: Organize ideas and historical events in form/format for audience and purpose to include multi-media and concluding statement WHST 2, 2a, f How well was each part of the project organized an...
accounts.google.com Essential Question: Why and how do editors and speakers use and edit with the rules for standard English grammar and language ? Language: Correct grammar; conventions [spelling, capitalization, punctuation, ] L123 How well did you edit your work / project / presentation? Did I edit my la...
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