Monday , 29 May 2017
Breaking News

How to Differentiate for your Verbal Linguistic Learners

verbalIf you would like to help your students in the area of speaking, reading, writing, or listening, try out some of the websites below:

1. http://wordle.net  – Allow students to express themselves creatively with words

2. http://ed.voicethread.com  – Capture student voices with audio, text, pictures, and video

3. http://zoho.com  – A free online word processor, and presentation tool

4. http://kerpoof.com – Students can create stories or mini-movies

5. http://www.virtualworldsland.com/games/shidonni  – Students create animated stories

6. https://www.tikatok.com/– Students can create stories and turn them into a book

7. http://pbskids.org/wordworld  -A world where words come alive

8. http://readwritethink.org  -52 interactive activities related to reading, writing, and speaking

9. http://speakaboos.com  -Students can read stories online, record their own story and play literacy games

 

“Excerpt from Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction article by Mrs. Kelly Tenkely found at http://teaching.monster.com/benefits/articles/8484-using-technology-to-differentiate-instruction.

To learn more about verbal/linguistic learners, click here.

About Tammy Brown

Leave a Reply