Thursday, May 6, 2010

Using Kerpoof, Part 2

Cross-posting on Mindwing Concepts' blog today. Please click over to see my post that goes deeper into how to use Kerpoof to develop narrative skills using Story Grammar Marker. I made a little booklet using PowerPoint and publishing to issuu (a great site that makes your doucuments look like a glossy magazine) and it details a project I did with a 3rd grade classroom using these tools. Check it out!

You need to click through to the Mindwing Blog to see the booklet:

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  1. Hey Sean! I tried Kerpoof out with some of my kiddos and I love it. We make a setting map, then make a picture. Great for semantic/vocab development!

  2. Thanks Val, sounds like a great use of Kerpoof! I agree, it is a really holistic tool because you can target semantics as well...