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Writing Tools that Help Kids Write Better

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Vicki Davis, author of Reinventing Writing, shares how to teach writing and the tools that make a difference. Note that some of these slides have stories that go with them, so it may not make as much sense as in person, but the links are here to peruse. I gave the link for the nearpod files in our session today.

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Writing Tools that Help Kids Write Better

  1. 1. W R I T I N G T O O L S T H A T H E L P K I D S W R I T E B E T T E R Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher www.coolcatteacher.com/stlinatl
  2. 2. A C O M M E N T
  3. 3. G E O R G I A G O V E R N O R ’ S H O N O R S An opportunity.
  4. 4. A G R A V E Y A R D
  5. 5. A P O E M : M O U R N I N G B Y V I C K I A D A M S D A V I S My fingers dimple over cold dark ridges of words encased in stone that sit at your head as you sweetly slumber and your soul resides at Home. Blood-red roses live at your feet the way I did at one time They are so blest, to guard your rest. I wish such a peace was mine. Brown dirt is your blanket, soft grass is your quilt to shelter from sun and rain. Once you laughed with me in sunshine so bright but only that radiance remains. Oh, such sunshine never has been as was the glory of my glad heart that was driven away on your resting day when we were severed apart. If I must wait forever and forever again — I will wait forever for you. that’s how I felt and how I feel now, Is that what I should do? When a life is gone and the groom turns to dust where marches the innocent bride? Your name should be mine, we ran out of time and here all those hopes reside. I clench one fair flower close to my breast As tight as we held to each other. My grasp couldn’t hold, and now you’ve grown cold as you traveled on to Another. I smell the dank air and look at cold stone As I sit on your quilt of green grass. I sit here and trace and tears trail down my face and I wait for forever to pass.
  6. 6. A N A U D I E N C E
  7. 7. A L I F E C H A N G E D
  8. 8. O V E R A L L F O R M A T Story Tools Project Example
  9. 9. T O D A Y ’ S F O R M A T 5 Sections Section 1: Prewriting Section 2: Drafting Section 3: Revising & Editing Section 4: Publishing Section 5: Inspiring Writers Each Tool  Story of why it is relevant  Tools that can do the job  Resources to use to go further
  10. 10. B U I L D I N G C A T H E D R A L S
  11. 11. Innovate Like a Turtle
  12. 12. P R E W R I T I N G Section 1 4 Writer’s Toolkit Tips 1. Preventing tool conflicts 2. Document management 3. Notetaking Tips 4. Tools for Understanding 3 Research Tools and Strategies 1. Bookmarking 2. eBooks 3. Analyzing Text 4 Brainstorming and Organizing Tips 1. Mind Mapping 2. Graphic Organizers 3. Storyboarding & Cartooning 4. Outlining
  13. 13. 3 R E A S O N S W E H A V E P R O B L E M S W I T H T O O L S Remember this! A 2 Step solution 1. WE DON’T USE THE SAME WEB BROWSER 2. WE RUN TOO MANY EXTENSIONS 3. EXTENSIONS CAN CONFLICT WITH ONE ANOTHER Preventing Tool Conflicts
  14. 14. 1 . I N S T A L L A N D U S E G O O G L E C H R O M E Preventing Tool Conflicts
  15. 15. 2 . U S E E X T E N S I T Y Preventing Tool Conflicts
  16. 16. R E S O U R C E http://www.coolcatteacher.com/extensity/ Preventing Tool Conflicts
  17. 17. Document Management
  18. 18. Document Management
  19. 19. C O M M O N D O C U M E N T M A N A G E M E N T P R O B L E M S 1. I CAN’T OPEN MY FILE AT SCHOOL 2. I CAN’T OPEN MY FILE AT HOME 3.. I DON’T HAVE THE SOFTWARE AT HOME I NEED Document Management Make sure students have the accounts and know how to convert files
  20. 20. 1 . S I G N U P F O R O F F I C E L I V E Document Management
  21. 21. 2 . U S E G S U I T E Document Management
  22. 22. 3 . L E A R N T O U S E Z A M Z A R Document Management
  23. 23. 4 . U S E C A L I B R E F O R E B O O K C O N V E R S I O N Document Management
  24. 24. R E S O U R C E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPyNGVwZ1o0 Document Management
  25. 25. Notetaking Tips
  26. 26. C O M M O N N O T E T A K I N G P R O B L E M S 1. I CAN’T FIND THE PICTURE I TOOK OF THE BOARD 2. I USE ELECTRONIC NOTES BUT CAN’T REMEMBER ANYTHING LATER 3. MY NOTES ARE A MESS Notetaking Tips Make sure students have a system
  27. 27. 1 . S E L E C T A D I G I T A L N O T E T A K I N G S E R V I C E  Evernote  Microsoft One Note  Google Keep  Paper (that you put into your digital notebook) Notetaking Tips
  28. 28. Notes area Reminders Search Shortcuts for frequently used items E V E R N O T E Notetaking Tips
  29. 29. E V E R N O T E Notetaking Tips
  30. 30. E V E R N O T E Notetaking Tips
  31. 31. E V E R N O T E R E S O U R C E http://www.thesecretweapon.org/category/tutorials/overview Notetaking Tips
  32. 32. O N E N O T E Notetaking Tips
  33. 33. O N E N O T E C L A S S N O T E B O O K Notetaking Tips https://www.onenote.com/classnotebook
  34. 34. O N E N O T E R E S O U R C E http://onenoteforteachers.com/ Notetaking Tips
  35. 35. G O O G L E K E E P Notetaking Tips
  36. 36. G O O G L E K E E P R E S O U R C E http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2015/05/making-most-of-google-keep.html#.WBK2DuErI0p Notetaking Tips
  37. 37. P A P E R ! Notetaking Tips
  38. 38. M A T H A N D S C I E N C E B Y H A N D
  39. 39. N O T E T A K I N G R E S O U R C E S http://www.coolcatteacher.com/note-taking-skills-21st-century-students/ Notetaking Tips
  40. 40. Tools for Understanding
  41. 41. C O M M O N P R O B L E M S W I T H W R I T I N G 1. STUDENTS DON’T UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY ARE READING 2. STUDENTS NEED EXPLANATIONS AS THEY ARE READING 3. TEACHERS CAN’T HELP EVERYONE AT ONCE! Support students who struggle with tools for just-in-time immersive learning. Tools for Understanding
  42. 42. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  43. 43. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  44. 44. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  45. 45. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  46. 46. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  47. 47. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  48. 48. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  49. 49. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  50. 50. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  51. 51. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  52. 52. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  53. 53. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  54. 54. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  55. 55. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  56. 56. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  57. 57. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Tools for Understanding
  58. 58. R E W O R D I F Y https://rewordify.com/ Tools for Understanding
  59. 59. P R E W R I T I N G Section 1 4 Writer’s Toolkit Tips 1. Preventing tool conflicts 2. Document management 3. Notetaking Tips 4. Tools for Understanding 3 Research Tools and Strategies 1. Bookmarking 2. eBooks 3. Analyzing Text 4 Brainstorming and Organizing Tips 1. Mind Mapping 2. Graphic Organizers 3. Storyboarding & Cartooning 4. Outlining ✔️
  60. 60. M E E T T H E N E W N O T E C A R D Hyperlink is part of bookmark Bookmarking
  61. 61. F E A T U R E S O F T H E N E W N O T E C A R D ( D I I G O ) Group Bookmarks http://physicsofthefuture.wikispaces.com Citation Reports Annotate Websites: Privately, To a group or publicly Bookmarking
  62. 62. H T T P : / / W W W . C O O L C A T T E A C H E R . C O M / D I I G O - S O C I A L - B O O K M A R K I N G - T U T O R I A L / arn More: Reinventing Writing: Chapter 5
  63. 63. D I I G O R E S O U R C E S http://www.coolcatteacher.com/diigo-social-bookmarking-tutorial / Bookmarking
  64. 64. E B O O K N O T E S & H I G H L I G H T S eBooks
  65. 65. E B O O K N O T E S & H I G H L I G H T S eBooks
  66. 66. F R E E E B O O K R E S O U R C E S eBooks http://www.coolcatteacher.com/epic-ebook-guide/ 1 0 P L A C E S T O F I N D , D O W N L O A D & R E A D F R E E O R I N E X P E N S I V E E B O O K S Site Link Site Link Project Gutenberg gutenberg.org eReaderIQ ereaderiq.com Free Booksy freebooksy.com Book Bub bookbub.com Bookish bookish.com Hundred Zeroes hundredzeroes.com Goodreads goodreads.com What Should I Read Next? whatshouldireadnext.com Which Book openingthebook.com/whichbo ok Calibre calibre-ebook.com
  67. 67. E B O O K N O T E C O L L E C T I O N R E S O U R C E S eBooks http://www.coolcatteacher.com/kindle-notes-evernote-export/ http://www.coolcatteacher.com/export-ibooks-notes/
  68. 68. W I K I S O U R C E : C O P Y T E X T F R O M F A M O U S S P E E C H H T T P : / / E N . W I K I S O U R C E . O R G WordClouds
  69. 69. WordClouds
  70. 70. W O R D C L O U D R E S O U R C E S Word Clouds 200 Plus Ways to Use Wordcloud in the classroom http://www.techlearning.com/blogentry/10487
  71. 71. P R E W R I T I N G Section 1 4 Writer’s Toolkit Tips 1. Preventing tool conflicts 2. Document management 3. Notetaking Tips 4. Tools for Understanding 3 Research Tools and Strategies 1. Bookmarking 2. eBooks 3. Analyzing Text 4 Brainstorming and Organizing Tips 1. Mind Mapping 2. Graphic Organizers 3. Storyboarding & Cartooning 4. Outlining ✔️ ✔️
  72. 72. http://www.coolcatteacher.com/brainstorming-the-7-dwarves-secret/ Brainstorming and Ideation
  73. 73. M I N D M A P P I N G Mindmapping http://madaboutmattering.wikispaces.com/Self+Harm
  74. 74. L U C I D C H A R T S Mindmapping & Graphic Organizers LucidChart for English Teachers https://www.lucidchart.com/pages/education/k12/english
  75. 75. C L A S S T O O L S . N E T Graphic organizers www.classtools.net
  76. 76. S T O R Y B O A R D T H A T Storyboarding www.classtools.net
  77. 77. C A R T O O N I N G Storyboarding www.classtools.net
  78. 78. O U T L I N I N G Outlining Tab and Shift Tab
  79. 79. D I I G O O U T L I N I N G T O O L Outlining
  80. 80. D I I G O O U T L I N I N G T O O L http://www.coolcatteacher.com/diigo-social- bookmarking-tutorial/ Outlining
  81. 81. P R E W R I T I N G Section 1 4 Writer’s Toolkit Tips 1. Preventing tool conflicts 2. Document management 3. Notetaking Tips 4. Tools for Understanding 3 Research Tools and Strategies 1. Bookmarking 2. eBooks 3. Analyzing Text 4 Brainstorming and Organizing Tips 1. Mind Mapping 2. Graphic Organizers 3. Storyboarding & Cartooning 4. Outlining ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
  82. 82. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Voice Typing 1. Google Voice Typing 2. Mac Typing 3. Dragon Anywhere Predictive Typing 1. Read and Write for Google Free Writing 1. Day One Journaling 2. Write About D R A F T I N G Section 2
  83. 83. T H E S T R U G G L E W I T H D R A F T I N G 1. THEY STRUGGLE TO TYPE OR WRITE 2. THEY DON’T HAVE OTHER WAYS TO GET WORDS ON THE PAGE 3. TEACHERS ARE AFRAID OF NOISE IN THE CLASSROOM IF VOICE TYPING
  84. 84. G O O G L E V O I C E T Y P I N G Voice Typing
  85. 85. D R A G O N D I C T A T E Voice Typing
  86. 86. M A C D I C A T I O N Press Fn Fn twice on your Mac Voice Typing
  87. 87. T O O L # 3 : R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E C H R O M E Except this also works in forms and text boxes on the web. (Like those in your LMS!)
  88. 88. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E Press Fn Fn twice on your Mac Predictive Typing
  89. 89. F R E E W R I T I N G Free Writing http://dayoneapp.com/
  90. 90. W R I T E A B O U T Free Writing https://www.writeabout.com/
  91. 91. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Voice Typing 1. Google Voice Typing 2. Mac Typing 3. Dragon Anywhere Predictive Typing 1. Read and Write for Google Free Writing 1. Day One Journaling 2. Write About D R A F T I N G Section 2 ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
  92. 92. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Proofing Tools 1. Hemingway 2. Grammarly 3. Pro Writing Aid Peer & Teacher Feedback 1. Commenting 2. Voice Feedback Citation Tools 1. Noodlebib 2. Easybib 3. Son of Citation Machine 4. Word R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 Graphics and Infographics
  93. 93. W H E N I K N E W I N E E D E D H E L P Proofing Tools
  94. 94. T O O L # 4 : G R A M M A R L Y http://www.coolcatteacher.com/4-writing-tips-to-help-the-writing-process/ Proofing Tools
  95. 95. H O W T O G E T G R A M M A R L Y F R E E To get the free version! 1.Go to Grammarly using the Chrome web browser. Firefox and Internet Explorer take you in an endless loop. They do not seem to give you the option for the free account. You can also search “Free Grammarly” in a search engine to get to the right page. If you go to the page that has you paste in text, sometimes it will take you in the “sign up” loop. Make sure it talks about the free account on the page BEFORE you sign up. 2. Make sure you are clicking on the button that says “Sign for Grammarly, It’s free.” If you start signing up, and it doesn’t say it’s free, you’ll have to use another email. I don’t know how to get it to let you sign up for the free version once you start signing up the other way. 3. When it asks, install the Grammarly Chrome add-in. Proofing Tools
  96. 96. T O O L # 4 : G R A M M A R L Y ( I L I K E T O U S E I T W I T H T H E H E M I N G W A Y A P P ! ) Proofing Tools
  97. 97. P R O W R I T I N G A I D Proofing Tools
  98. 98. S T I C K Y S E N T E N C E S Proofing Tools
  99. 99. T I P : A D D 2 5 % T R A N S I T I O N S Proofing Tools
  100. 100. T O O L # 5 : P R O W R I T I N G A I D U S E I N S I D E G O O G L E D O C S - J U S T L E A R N T O C L E A R H I G H L I G H T S Proofing Tools
  101. 101. http://www.coolcatteacher.com/4-writing-tips-to-help-the-writing-process/ Proofing Tools
  102. 102. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Proofing Tools 1. Hemingway 2. Grammarly 3. Pro Writing Aid Peer & Teacher Feedback 1. Commenting 2. Voice Feedback Citation Tools 1. Noodlebib 2. Easybib 3. Son of Citation Machine 4. Word R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 ✔️ Graphics and Infographics
  103. 103. G D O C S : B A S I C C O M M E N T I N G Commenting
  104. 104. G D O C S B A S I C C O M M E N T I N G Commenting
  105. 105. O F F I C E 3 6 5 Commenting
  106. 106. K A I Z E N A ( A S A S T A N D A L O N E ) Voice Commenting
  107. 107. K A I Z E N A ( I N G O O G L E D O C S ) Voice Commenting
  108. 108. K A I Z E N A ( O N Y O U R P H O N E ) Voice Commenting
  109. 109. R E A D A N D W R I T E F O R G O O G L E Voice Commenting 1 minute or less voice comment
  110. 110. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Proofing Tools 1. Hemingway 2. Grammarly 3. Pro Writing Aid Peer & Teacher Feedback 1. Commenting 2. Voice Feedback Citation Tools 1. Easybib 2. Noodlebib 3. Son of Citation Machine 4. Word Graphics and Infographics R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 ✔️ ✔️
  111. 111. C I T A T I O N T O O L S : E A S Y B I B Citation
  112. 112. C I T A T I O N T O O L S : E A S Y B I B Citation
  113. 113. C I T A T I O N T O O L S : N O O D L E T O O L S Citation
  114. 114. S O N O F C I T A T I O N M A C H I N E Citation
  115. 115. C I T A T I O N S I N M I C R O S O F T W O R D Citation
  116. 116. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Proofing Tools 1. Hemingway 2. Grammarly 3. Pro Writing Aid Peer & Teacher Feedback 1. Commenting 2. Voice Feedback Citation Tools 1. Easybib 2. Noodlebib 3. Son of Citation Machine 4. Word R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Graphics and Infographics
  117. 117. R E A D I B I L I T Y T I P S ? Captions under images are read 300% more than body copy Headlines placed below an image are read by 10% more people than headlines above Never break the left margin Images should either have: story appeal or demonstrate something See: http://blog.kissmetrics.com/shocking-truth-about- graphics/ #9 Reinventing Illustrations Graphics & Infographics
  118. 118. H O W I U S E C A N V A • Blog graphics • Infographics • YouTube thumbnails • Book covers 6 free lesson plans using Canva https://designschool.canva.com/teaching-materials/writing-letters-that- matter/ Graphics & Infographics
  119. 119. See: 7 Ways to Use Canva to Create Compelling Graphics http://www.coolcatteacher.com/canva-how-to/
  120. 120. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Proofing Tools 1. Hemingway 2. Grammarly 3. Pro Writing Aid Peer & Teacher Feedback 1. Commenting 2. Voice Feedback Citation Tools 1. Easybib 2. Noodlebib 3. Son of Citation Machine 4. Word R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 R E V I S I N G & E D I T I N G Section 3 ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Graphics and Infographics ✔️
  121. 121. D R A F T I N G Section 2 eBooks 1. Book Creator 2. Google Drive Website Publishing 1. Weebly 2. Webs 3. Wix 4. Google Sites 5. Strikingly Blogging Microblogging P U B L I S H I N G Section 4 Wikis Making Apps P U B L I S H I N G Section 4
  122. 122. J O N S M I T H @ T H E I P O D T E A C H E R Publishing eBooks
  123. 123. 7 E A S Y W A Y S T O P U B L I S H E B O O K S 1. Liber.io http://liber.io/ (Write in Google Drive  eBook – But I recommend just do PDF instead. 2. Draft http://draftin.com/ 3. iBooks Author 4. LeanPub http://leanpub.com/ 5. PowerPoint (It works!) 6. Keynote (Yes you can!) 7. Scrivener Learn more: http://www.coolcatteacher.com/publish-ebooks-free/ Publishing eBooks
  124. 124. S C R I V E N E R : M Y F A V O R I T E W R I T I N G T O O L Publishing eBooks
  125. 125. D R A F T I N G Section 2 eBooks 1. Book Creator 2. Google Drive Website Publishing 1. Weebly 2. Webs 3. Wix 4. Google Sites 5. Strikingly Blogging Microblogging P U B L I S H I N G Section 4 Wikis Making Apps P U B L I S H I N G Section 4 ✔️
  126. 126. S T U D E N T W E B S I T E S Publishing Websites
  127. 127. W E E B L Y W E B S W I X X S T R I K I N G L Y G O O G L E S I T E S W I K I S Publishing Websites
  128. 128. http://www.coolcatteacher.com/classroom-blogging-kathy-cassidy/ B L O G G I N G Blogging
  129. 129. cassidysclass.edublogs.org/ Blogging
  130. 130. C R E D I T : S U E W A T E R S Blogging
  131. 131. Blogging B L O G G I N G• Wordpress • Edublogs • Edmodo • Kidblogs • Ning • Padlet (sort of a blog type)
  132. 132. W W W . E D M O D O . C O M F R E E , B L O G G I N G , A S S I G N M E N T S
  133. 133. 1 0 H A B I T S O F B L O G G E R S T H A T W I N F R E E E B O O K Get on My Teachers Pay Teachers Store https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Cool- Cat-Teacher
  134. 134. Karen Lirenman Kathy Cassidy Building Student Learning Communities through Twitter http://j.mp/lirenman-twitter Using Twitter in a Primary Classroom http://j.mp/primary-twitter Class Twitter Accounts Open Doors
  135. 135. D I D Y O U K N O W ? http://www.classtools.net/twister/ You can make “Fake Tweets” at Classtools.net
  136. 136. T W I S T E R O N C L A S S T O O L S . N E T
  137. 137. D R A F T I N G Section 2 Game Based Learning Video Writing Competitions Social Media Inspired I N S P I R I N G W R I T E R S Section 5 I N S P I R I N G W R I T E R S Section 5
  138. 138. P A D L E T H T T P : / / W W W . C O O L C A T T E A C H E R . C O M / H O W - T O - U S E - P A D L E T - F A N T A S T I C - T O O L - T E A C H I N G /
  139. 139. S E E S A W : S I M P L E P O R T F O L I O S
  140. 140. S E E S A W : S I M P L E P O R T F O L I O S
  141. 141. C L A S S C R A F T : T U R N Y O U R W H O L E C L A S S R O O M I N T O A G A M E
  142. 142. G A M E O N W O R D P R E S S P L U G I N
  143. 143. W R I T I N G T O O L S T H A T H E L P K I D S W R I T E B E T T E R Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher www.coolcatteacher.com/stlinatl

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