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					Thanks for coming!
This session will identify ways in
which teachers can use iPods/iTouch:
   to support struggling learners.
   to motivate reluctant learners.
   to challenge proficient learners.
      Can iPods/iTouches
      help students learn?
•   Check out a few of these spots to see what you
    think.
    ★ Teacher turned techie’s website: Learning in Hand.
    ★ Student’s Persuasive iMovie
    ★ “Apps” for middle school level
    ★ Success story in OK
    ★ A teacher’s blog from TX
    ★ Article from the NY Times about podcasts in the classroom
    ★ Another article in the NY Times about iPods in the
       classroom.
The Struggling
Student


1.Text
 Structure
2. Vocabulary
3. Prior
 Knowledge
Text Structure
Using a THINK-ALOUD strategy, I read an article into
Garage Band and model awareness of text-structure.



      Pointing out SIGNAL WORDS
      Restating KEY QUESTIONS

                                       1.Text
                                         Structure
                                       2.   Vocabulary

                                       3.   Prior Knowledge
Text Structure
Using a THINK-ALOUD strategy, I read an article into
Garage Band and model awareness of text-structure.


 Garage
                   iTunes            iPod
  Band


      Pointing out SIGNAL WORDS
      Restating KEY QUESTIONS
                                          1.Text
                                            Structure
                                          2.   Vocabulary

                                          3.   Prior Knowledge
Text Structure   Signal Words      Key Questions

                                 What is happening?
                 first, next,   What happened in the
Sequence            finally      beginning? Middle?
                                        End?



Cause &            due to       What are the causes?
                                What are the effects?
                   if then
 Effect                         What might happen if...
                     Movie
                     (Keynote
                     w/soundtra
                     ck)


Vocabulary
Instruction      +   Vocab
                     Think-
                     Aloud


 1. Text Structure

 2. Vocabulary       notes and
                     falshcards
 3. Prior
    Knowledge
Vocabulary
Using a THINK-ALOUD strategy, I
read an article into Garage Band.

 Garage
              iTunes          iPod
  Band



    Pointing out KEY VOCAB
    Stopping to ask students to find Structure
                                 1. Text
    unfamiliar vocab
                                     2. Vocabulary
                                     3. Prior
                                        Knowledge
Vocabulary
Movie (Keynote
w/soundtrack
Introduce Vocab on iPod as a
movie
 Keynote presentation with
                                             QuickTime™ an d a
                                            H.264 de compressor
                                       are need ed to see this p icture .




audio
Export as a movie on the iPod

  Keynote      iTunes           iPod
                                                  1. Text Structure

                                                  2. Vocabulary
                                                  3.               Prior Knowledge
Soundtrack to
  Keynote
             Go to
           Inspector.

            Go to far
              left
             button.

             Audio.

            Record.
Vocabular                              1. Text Structure

                                       2. Vocabulary
y                                      3. Prior
                                          Knowledge
Notes
 Notes on an iPod as Photos
 While they are listening to a text, they
 can also look up the vocabulary notes on
 the iPod.


 Keynote        iPhoto        iTunes         iPod


           *Great idea for make-up quizzes too!
send to iPhoto
     1.




2.
     3.
Prior Knowledge
 Using iTunes, iTunes U, and other
 internet resources

              iTunes
iTunes                    Podcasts               Topic
               Store

         I listed examples on my blog.
         evenpuckettlikestoread.blogspot.com
                             1. Text Structure

                             2. Vocabulary

                             3. Prior Knowledge
     2.


1.



          3.
      In addition to VOCAB & Background
                   Knowledge:
       GarageBand & Struggling Readers


  Re-reading                      Fluency


Teacher think-alouds modeling focused
questions
The Reluctant
Reader

       1.     Access to lots and lots
            and lots of materials.
       2. Access to engaging
         materials.
       3. Access to “short and
         sweet” materials.
                                            Student-
Audiobooks                    Podcasts       created         Apps
                                            booktalks
   iTunes
             High-Interest
 audible.com
                  &          Students
     free
              Transcripts finish a book.
  audiobook                                                 Consumer
               available
    apps                                                     Reports

  Kids follow Read aloud a few
along (fluency articles for a                 Write a
                specific kid or
 practice) for about a specific               review.
  all or part       topic.                                  NY Times
                              Book Talks
Vary the rate of               Meet the    Record it into
 the reading of                 Author      GarageBand
    the book                  other book   and upload it
(if it’s an audiobook file)
 Challenging the Proficient
 learner
Popular educational podcasts
Access difficult content area
books
Making iMovies
Broadcasting radio programs
Books in other languages
The Tools Needed
     1. iPods

     2. iTunes

        3.

    GarageBand
       iPods and iTouches

1. iPods and headphones
2. The iPod docking
station/cart
3. Speakers
                  iTunes
odcasts, Apps, Audiobooks, Playlists, and iTunes U
Learn more about Garage Band
To record using Garage Band...
Open up the Application. Click on New Podcast
                  Episode.
Then, title your podcast.
Now, just two clicks, and you are
           recording!




                     The purple box
                     means your are
                       recording!
Then, “share” it with iTunes.
You dictate
   where
  iTunes
 saves the
  podcast
Apps
                 Ideas.
Deliver notes guided journals before your
     and                      read vocab
 information     modeling        radio
  (Keynote,    comprehension broadcasts/ne
 iMovies, etc)   strategies   ws reports
 booktalks &                        student
                student fluency
  interviews                      proofreading

 recording
                 PowerMedia
text/articles       Plus
                                   podcasts
  /stories
  for a copy of this slideshow, go to my
                  website.

       http://www.bloomington.k12.mn.us/indschool/ogi


then, Teams>Team Extreme>7-1>Amy Stenson>Tech Resources
                        (on right)
Did you learn how to use iPods
to...
      to support struggling readers/learners?
     to motivate reluctant readers/learners?
     to challenge proficient readers/learners?


                                      astens@ma
     Please email me for more info!
                                         c.com

				
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