Five Ways to Wordle : Lynne Flournoy
EDD 7914 Curriculum Teaching and Technology Five Ways to Wordle About Wordle… : Word Cloud
Created by Jonathan Feinburg
Graphic display of words
- Typically related to a concept or theme
Supported by Web 2.0
- Users actively input data
Easy to use
Each Wordle given unique URL
www.wordle.net About Wordle… Supported by Standards : The purpose of using technology is to enhance teachers professionally and to expand and improve students’ learning experiences.
1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity (NETS-Teachers)
c. promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students’ conceptual
understanding and thinking, planning, and creative processes Supported by Standards Wordle : Closely Monitored Wordle Disadvantages Not JAVA Enabled Open Gallery Wordles saved to the gallery they cannot be deleted 1 2 3 4 Few lessons include Wordle Getting Started : Getting Started Develop words related to concept or idea Homepage
“Create” your own. Type or paste text Type a word multiple times for emphasis.
For even more emphasis, type a word in all caps.
Use toolbar! Creative, Personal and Engaging Slide 7: Step 1 Step 2 Make sure you have words/ideas ready! Slide 8: Make sure you have words/ideas ready! Type or paste words here. For example:
TEACH TEACH TEACH
Create Slide 9: Make sure you have words/ideas ready! Use tool bar to get creative. THINK: What is this Wordle about or what does it describe? Slide 11: http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/1076574/preamble Slide 12: http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/2253235/Charlotte's_Web Slide 13: http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/123477/What_are_prime_numbers%3F Implementation : Implementation Assessment or Quick Checks Project Task for Students “Hook” or Building Prior Knowledge Review
Introductions http://edudemic.com/2010/07/45-interesting-ways-to-use-wordle-in-the-classroom/ References : References www.wordle.net - GalleryFeinberg, J. (2009). Wordle. Retrieved from http://www.wordle.net/ Questions? Need More Information? : Lynne Flournoy
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