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Google Lit Trips Day 2: Tying Google Lit Trips into curriculum. Presented by: Laura Bliss, Kelly Hollenkamp, Gretchen Kassel, and Jenifer Phillips University of Missouri-Fall, 2009 ISLT-9471. Review of Workshop Progress. Day 2: How Can I Tie Google Lit Trips Into My Curriculum? Day 3:

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google lit trips day 2 tying google lit trips into curriculum

Google Lit Trips Day 2:Tying Google Lit Trips into curriculum

Presented by: Laura Bliss, Kelly Hollenkamp, Gretchen Kassel, and Jenifer Phillips

University of Missouri-Fall, 2009

ISLT-9471

review of workshop progress
Review of Workshop Progress
  • Day 2:
  • How Can I Tie Google Lit Trips Into My Curriculum?
  • Day 3:
  • How Do I Create a Google Lit Trip?
review
REVIEW
  • Important points made in Day 1:
    • What are Google Lit Trips?
      • Lit Trips are virtual expeditions created by teachers and their students for use in classrooms.
  • Think back to the 10 generic ways to use Google Lit Trips from Day 1….
    • Would these ways fit into your curriculum?
    • Talk with your groups for a few minutes on how you believe they do or do not fit into curriculum.
communication arts curriculum
Communication Arts Curriculum
  • Let’s take a look at the grade level expectations for the state of Missouri. Look at your current grade level.
    • GLE’s
  • How could we use Google Lit Trips to meet one grade level expectation?
  • Record your thoughts in the “L” (learned) section of your worksheet.
brainstorm objectives
Brainstorm Objectives
  • What objectives will be met by using Google Lit Trips in communication arts?
how to search for google lit trips that fit curriculum
How to search for Google Lit Trips that fit curriculum
  • Go to the Google Lit Trips website
  • Search for a completed trip that fits into your curriculum. 
  • To do this just click on the grade level tabs along the top of the page. 
    • Each level has at least a dozen completed trips posted.
let s explore
Let’s Explore…
  • Go to Google Lit Trips using the directions listed on the previous slide.
  • Keeping the objectives you selected previously in mind, search through the Google Lit Trip database.
  • Take note of useful Google Lit Trips
  • Share these useful Lit Trips with your grade level colleagues.
what we cannot find
What we cannot find….
  • Note any Google Lit Trip topics that were not listed that you are looking for that would tie to your curriculum.
  • What literature would you like to use.
  • Work with your colleagues to brainstorm these Lit Trips you would like to create.
    • We will be taking these ideas and producing usable Google Lit Trips in day three of the workshop.
comments about google lit trips
Comments about Google Lit Trips
  • Traci Gardner noted on the Google Lit Trip Website
    • (http://www.googlelittrips.com/GoogleLit/Kind_Words.html)
    • “This one tool can provide cross-curricular connections, literary exploration, and 21st century literacy skills. It’s simple. Literary Maps + Google Earth = a great classroom resource!”
wrapping it up
Wrapping it Up
  • Today we discovered:
    • How to search for Google Lit Trips that fit curriculum.
    • How easy Google Lit Trips can fit into our grade level expectations.
    • What objectives we feel could fit a Google Lit Trip.
  • Tomorrow we will discover:
    • How Do I Create a Google Lit Trip?