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Page history last edited by Shelly S. Terrell 7 years, 9 months ago

 

Niece & My Nokia 6230i (by Nikon D70)

 

    1. Video Recording of the Presentation
      1. Kid Apps
        1. Talking Tom
          1. Story Robe
            1. StoryKit
            2. Fotobabble
            3. StoryCorps
            4. Read Me Stories- Children’s books
            5. K12 Timed Reading Practice Lite
            6. Library Of Congress – Virtual Tour for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
            7. Puppet Animation Lite
            8. Kids Apps: 13 in 1
            9. Animoto
            10. Chicktionary Lite
            11. Tales2Go
          2. Adult ESL Apps
            1. Fotobabble
            2. StoryCorps
            3. Animoto
            4. Video Vocab
            5. Audio Boo App
              1. * iPhone and Android Supported
            6. Newsy App
              1. *iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and Android supported!
            7. Voxy Language Learning App
              1. A review of this app
          3. Podcasts
            1. English Meeting A very handy chart that allows you to see the level and more of different podcasts
            2. ESL Grammar Talk Great blog to go along! you may check sidebar for more!
            3. Potato Pals (This podcast has questions for understanding. Most are short in length.)
            4. Business English Podcasts- Business English podcasts
            5. Breaking News English - In any of Sean's lessons you have a podcasts, quizzes, & activities
            6. BBC (Only 6 minutes! Anyone can do 6 minutes of English a day! Right!)
            7. Quality Time ESL (Short and these focus on grammar! They also have scripts.)
            8. ITESLJ (A list of many)
            9. A4esl (Another list of many)
          4. Videos
            1. Kid Interview
              1. David Crystal
                1. CNN Video Texting in Schools
              2. More Resources
                1. Check out this post, Mobile Motivation: 17 Digital Storytelling and Literacy Apps and Resources for Kids by Shelly TerrellCheck out this post, Texting and Teachers Experimenting with Technology by Shelly Terrell
                2. Recommended iPod Apps (Grade Levels & Subjects)
                3. Best games for kids on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
                4. 50 Fun iPhone Apps to Get Kids Reading and Learning
                5. Best iPhone Apps for Autism
                6. K12 Cellphones Projects Wiki- an extensive list of several K-12 projects that have integrated student cell phones
                7. Cellphones in Learning Wiki- more tools listed to use with cell phones
                8. Post, The biggest Obstacle to Using Technology in Ed…Not Being Able to Use Student’s Own Mobile Devices!
                9. Post, Making the Case for Cell Phones in Schools
                10. Post, How to send broadcast SMS messages to students with Textmarks
                11. Great article about texting myths, The Best Texters Tend To Be The Best Spellers: Breaking Down Texting Myths. Watch David Crystal’s views.
              3. Useful Tools
                1. Wiffiti
                2. Txtblaster
                3. Poll Everywhere

               

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              Kid Apps

               

              Talking Tom

              - Kids talk to Tom and he repeats everything said with a funny voice, pet him to make him purr, pour a glass of milk for him, and poke his head, belly or feet, grab his tail. The best part is that within seconds what the students say to Tom is recorded as an avi video which can be uploaded to YouTube and Facebook or sent by email. This app really gets young learners speaking English!

               

              Story Robe

              - Create digital stories using images and video from your camera or photo library. Create audio recordings with photos and videos. Then share on Youtube or through e-mail and add to others stories

               

              StoryKit

              - Create an electronic storybook by drawing on the screen, uploading images, recording sound effects and voice, laying out the elements of the story (text boxes, images, and sound clips) freely by dragging them or pinching to resize, reordering pages, and uploading to the StoryKit web server. Email a link to the story. The application includes four public domain children’s books to rewrite and rearrange into a new story.

               

              Fotobabble

              - Quickly create and easily share talking photos in 3 steps (Snap or select or a photo, speak into the microphone to record audio, share with friends via email, Facebook or Twitter).

              StoryCorps

              -Listen to the weekly story; share stories via email, Facebook, and Twitter; get tips for recording stories on mobile devices; create and email a list of questions for an interview with StoryCorps.

              Read Me Stories- Children’s books

              - A new talking picture book everyday teaches children new concepts, new words and how to say them. Free limited time trial. Keeps track of favorite books to read again and purchase from Amazon.com.

               

              K12 Timed Reading Practice Lite

              - 25 short, engaging stories for K-4 readers, variety of fiction and non-fiction, 10 Flesh-Kincade reading levels, view recommendations for moving up or down in reading difficulty based on recorded Words per Minute scores, and track one reader’s stories read, words per minute, percent above or below average reading rates, and what’s next on the reading list.

               

              Library Of Congress – Virtual Tour for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

              - Includes highlights of exhibitions and architectural features, with photos, audio by curators and other experts, links to more detailed online exhibitions, and even a video about the history of Thomas Jefferson’s Library.

               

              Puppet Animation Lite

              - Kids animate uploaded images or sample puppets; animate them by choosing swing, elastic, or scaling; save as an animated gif to send via email or Twitter.

               

              Kids Apps: 13 in 1

              - 13 different applications ranging from math games, over 600 flash cards, interactive tracing drills, ABCs, counting, vocabulary, number and letter tracing, Math Whiz quiz, music instruments vocabulary, house words and pictures, and more.

              Animoto

              - Upload images, choose a soundtrack from the library, and click a button to make a 30-second video. Sync your videos with your Animoto.com account, download videos for offline viewing, and make longer ones with an All-Access Pass.

               

              Chicktionary Lite

              - The chickens head bobs and clucks when kids use one of their letters to make a word. The “beak sneak” option fills in one letter from each of the words not yet found. Has 12 levels.

               

              Tales2Go

              - Free for 30 days. Instant, on-demand and unlimited access to over 1,200 stories from leading audio publishers and storytellers.

               

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              Adult ESL Apps

               

              Fotobabble

              - Quickly create and easily share talking photos in 3 steps (Snap or select or a photo, speak into the microphone to record audio, share with friends via email, Facebook or Twitter).

              StoryCorps

              -Listen to the weekly story; share stories via email, Facebook, and Twitter; get tips for recording stories on mobile devices; create and email a list of questions for an interview with StoryCorps.

              Animoto

              - Upload images, choose a soundtrack from the library, and click a button to make a 30-second video. Sync your videos with your Animoto.com account, download videos for offline viewing, and make longer ones with an All-Access Pass.

               

              Video Vocab

              - Each ESL video lesson features a series of English vocabulary words and terms with simple definitions and examples related to a particular business topic. Current lessons feature vocabulary on the economy, law, project management, accounting and finance, the credit crisis and Web 2.0 internet technologies.

               

              Audio Boo App

              - mobile & web platform that effortlessly allows you to record and upload audio for friends, family or the rest of the world through Twitter, your blog, Facebook, and more. Add images and see ones by location along with the net. You can follow people since it is set-up like a social networking site. You can add prerecorded materials. Also turns into a podcast.

              * iPhone and Android Supported

               

              Newsy App

              - News from multiple sources, videos, and transcripts.

              *iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and Android supported!

               

              Voxy Language Learning App

              -See news, take quizzes, do activities, earn points. 

              A review of this app

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              Podcasts

               

              English Meeting A very handy chart that allows you to see the level and more of different podcasts

              ESL Grammar Talk Great blog to go along! you may check sidebar for more!

              Potato Pals (This podcast has questions for understanding. Most are short in length.)

              Business English Podcasts- Business English podcasts

              Breaking News English - In any of Sean's lessons you have a podcasts, quizzes, & activities

              BBC (Only 6 minutes! Anyone can do 6 minutes of English a day! Right!)

              Quality Time ESL (Short and these focus on grammar! They also have scripts.)

              ITESLJ (A list of many)

              A4esl (Another list of many)

               

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              Videos

               

              Kid Interview

               

               

              David Crystal

               

               

              CNN Video Texting in Schools

               

               

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              More Resources

               

              Check out this post, Mobile Motivation: 17 Digital Storytelling and Literacy Apps and Resources for Kids by Shelly Terrell
              Check out this post, Texting and Teachers Experimenting with Technology by Shelly Terrell

              Recommended iPod Apps (Grade Levels & Subjects)

              Best games for kids on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

              50 Fun iPhone Apps to Get Kids Reading and Learning

              Best iPhone Apps for Autism

              K12 Cellphones Projects Wiki- an extensive list of several K-12 projects that have integrated student cell phones

              Cellphones in Learning Wiki- more tools listed to use with cell phones

              Post, The biggest Obstacle to Using Technology in Ed…Not Being Able to Use Student’s Own Mobile Devices!

              Post, Making the Case for Cell Phones in Schools

              Post, How to send broadcast SMS messages to students with Textmarks

              Great article about texting myths, The Best Texters Tend To Be The Best Spellers: Breaking Down Texting Myths. Watch David Crystal’s views.

               

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              Useful Tools

               

              Wiffiti

              - Create a screen of messages students text in or enter through the web. This looks like Wallwisher.


              Txtblaster

              - Free group text messaging via mobile phone or the web.

               

              Poll Everywhere

              - Gather live responses in any venue. It works internationally with texting, web, or Twitter.

               

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