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Ebooks and digital stories

Last updated 26 March 2012, 08:26 PM

 

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Read, view and enjoy some digital stories and activities. There are choices suitable for K-10. Choose the relevant Post area of the blog to send your comments.

You can submit your polished digital stories, word clouds and other creations to the Gallery. Share your learning with us on this discussion blog. For example, you can tell us:

·         which tool did you choose for your digital story and why?

·         what did you enjoy about creating a digital story?

·         your favourite digital stories from the activities or that have appeared in the Gallery

·         any favourite titles, characters and themes you have explored.

 

Scroll down to Leave a comment. Remember to sign off your comment with your group name and school. We look forward to sharing learning and ideas with you.

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Mrs Rasaiah says:

26 Mar 2012 at 08:04 PM

Welcome to the blog for "Ebooks and digital stories". I hope you have introduced your class or group to the rap and given yourselves a name. I am looking forward to reading your first comments about digital story writing and viewing your creations in the Gallery.

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Mrs Rasaiah says:

27 Jul 2012 at 08:32 AM

Have a look in the Gallery for examples of fantastic eBooks created by students at Mount Terry Public School! Year 7 at Glenn Innes High School represented their eBook characters in mindmaps. Well done to all. Let's share some more digital stories.

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The Bookworms says:

20 Sep 2012 at 10:28 AM

Hello Everyone, We wanted to share a book with you today. We just watched Charlie and Lola - This Is Actually My Party. The story is about Charlie’s birthday party but Lola opened the cards, presents and blew out the candles. This ruined Charlie’s party. We think young children would enjoy this book, especially girls because it has a lot of pink in it because of Lola. We gave this book 2 stars out of 5 because we thought it was too young for Year 2’s. From the Bookworms.

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