Welcome to the TCTE 2012 Conference Presentation Page!!!! Below are various tools and strategies for integrating Web 2.0 into the English language arts curriculum. Please feel free to explore and build upon them.

Presenters:

Melissa Comer & Kathy Brashears

Writing and Web 2.0

In the examples that can be accessed below, students created multi-genre autobiography and biography e-books via Bookemon, Youblisher, and Wikispaces. All platforms for showcasing their projects are free Web 2.0 tool that are interactive in nature. Direct links for each of these are listed here:

Autobiography Examples:

http://www.bookemon.com/book-profile/beginning-where-stand/144546
http://www.bookemon.com/book-profile/life-worth-living/144480
http://www.bookemon.com/book_read_flip.php?book_id=144999&size=1.2&style=popup2

Multi-genre Biography Examples:

http://toniszabo.wikispaces.com/Multi-Genre+Project+2011
http://www.youblisher.com/p/191194-Nocatula-Multi-Genre-Project/
http://caswalkerfarmandhome.wikispaces.com/


Content Literacy & Web 2.0

Clinton Twelve

Wallwisher Link: http://wallwisher.com/wall/ClintonWho
Wiki http://theclinton12.wikispaces.com/

Mary Todd Lincoln

WebQuest on Mary Todd Lincoln

Book-trailers/Digital Stories

Animoto, Video, Animation, and More
Photo Peach
Digital Stories