Writing…is active AND COLLABORATIVE TOO. 2+2=1. Since when does two plus two equals one? Two online sites Plus two months in the bimester equals One great project ! Individually, in pairs, or in groups. Collaborative Writing Sites.
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Let’s try some collaborative writing. Below is a list of sites designed to allow multiple writers to collaborate on written projects. Click on a few of these sites and choose one that you think looks like a good place to create a brilliantly creative piece of collaborative literary experimentation:
BubbleUsBrainstorming made simple
Google Docs Collaborative writing
MixedInk Collaborative writing for groups
NovletCollaborative writing of nonlinear stories
ThinkFree Online Virtual office / Edit documents in your web browser
TypeWithMe Collaborative writing
WriteBoard Sharable web-based documents
Zoho Writer Online word processor - create, connect, collaborate
To write up fact-based research projects, students need to summarize clearly and concisely. Using tools designed for presentations requires them to reduce information into short, concise statements. Take a look at some examples of written summaries enhanced with images by using presentation tools such as Prezi, PhotoPeach and Sliderocket to write about people, places and processes.
People: Research an author, scientist, innovator, politician…someone who has made a difference.
Example using Prezi: Mary Anning
Places: Research a specific aspect of your city or region, or another place you want to learn more about.
Example using PhotoPeach: The Architecture of Old Montreal
Processes: Describe a process in 10-15 steps. The process could be related to a topic you are studying, a hobby or your field of interest.