UN: makauri PW: makaur1
EXAMPLE TOPIC: KIWI
TAGUL is different from Wordle. Wordle is ideal for presenting statistical information. Tagul is brilliant for presenting learned information about a topic or idea and linking to more information (similar to Thinglink...). TAGUL also animates, is saveable and can be embedded on your blogs.
Your challenge is to develop a presentation using PowToon that presents your current learning in class.
Guiding questions include:
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Hello ICT Leaders. Today's challenge to gather statistical information and report this information visually using a Web 2.0 tool called Wordle. You do not require a login for using Wordle but your device does require Java.
Gather Data from your peers
You will use a tally chart to gather information from your classmates. Below is an assortment of topics you can research. Select the one that appeals to you most and go about gathering your data.
Use the information you gathered to create your Wordle. Type the words with a comma after... type in the word the total number of times you have recorded it. e.g. dog, dog, dog, dog, dog, cat, cat, cat, rat, fish, fish. This list represents 5 dogs, 3 cats, a rat and 2 fish.
Make your own choices in regards to layout, colour, font style etc. When you are happy with your statistical Wordle, save it to your folder as a .png and then upload to your blog.
Below is a Thinglink... of my dog Buddy containing tags of information about him (his autobiography). As you 'hover' over the image, tags will appear with the information about him.
Your challenge is to make your own Thinglink... Autobiography.
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You are going to design a notebook cover to be printed and glued onto the front of your ICT notebooks.
You will use Microsoft PowerPoint to develop your image.
You will use appropriate .png, background, wallpaper or banner images found on the internet.
Before you start
You will be using Typing.com to learn how to type. You will be provided with an account with your own username and password that can be monitored by your teacher (or Whaea Wendy). The badges below can be uploaded to your websites as the you each milestone.
You will earn badges for each Essential Spelling List Group you complete.
You will use Spelling City to learn, test and provide evidence of these lists.
Proof of learning must be provided to Whaea Wendy or your Classroom Teacher before uploading the badge image to your website. Evidence can be uploaded to your blogs or sent via email to your teacher or Whaea Wendy. A 'special' badge is being developed for Essential Words 8.
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