50+ Web 2.0 Ways To Tell a Story

if you’re an EL/CL/ML/TL/any other language teacher and seeking ideas to “web2.0” your language classrooms, check out this resource put together by Alan Levine. the idea’s not too difficult:

  1. Outline a Story Idea
  2. Find Some Media
  3. Pick a Tool to Build Your Story

change the tool as often as you like and you can plan unlimited ways (use a different story prompt, coupled with different media, and when more and more tools’ made available) of getting students to tell/write stories the whole year round (:
if you need an example of how it can be done, take a look at Alan’s 50+ Ways to Tell the Dominoe Story.
enjoy (: