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Using the PicCollage App for Reading Comprehension

Creation apps are the hottest thing in the classroom right now. Most teachers have PicCollage on their phone for saving memories with pictures from the camera roll. But, how many teachers are using PicCollage for learning? Or, better yet, turning the app usage over to students? I created this presentation for my session at the Margaret Blount Harvey Literacy Institute in Greenville, North Carolina. Teachers will learn why Pic Collage is the perfect app for digital creations, see several examples of PicCollage for reading comprehension and create a PicCollage f their own.

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Using the PicCollage App for Reading Comprehension

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  1. for reading comprehension By: Jen Jones

  2. Why apps for reading comprehension? creativity collaboration publication Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  3. & not to mention . . . problem-solving paperless hands-on experiential engaging open-ended Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  4. Apps & Common Core “use a variety of digital tools” “produce and publish writing” “including collaboration with peers” “with multimedia components (graphics, sound, video) in presentation Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  5. Apps as Learning Solutions Photography Audio Video Drawing Text Internet Research Retelling Reading Explaining Content Knowledge Explaining Center Work Citing Evidence Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  6. App: PicCollage Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  7. vocabulary Development Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  8. visual book reports Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  9. nonfiction retelling Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  10. Fiction Plot Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  11. Pic Collage B –M -E for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  12. nonlinguistic representations Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  13. Pic Collage phonemic awareness for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  14. parts of Speech Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  15. Pic Collage poetry for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  16. characterization Pic Collage for Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  17. PicCollage Prerequisites Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  18. Text Source: EPIC Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  19. Text: News-o-matic Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  20. Text Source: NewsELA Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  21. Text Source: ReadingA-Z Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  22. Text Source: Books Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  23. Your Turn! Make & Take Make & Save Social Media: @hellojenjones #mbhli16

  24. Digital Reading Response 1. Take a picture of an organizer. 2. Open Pic Collage. 3. Select Create at the bottom. 4. Select Photos. 5. Select the organizer from your Camera Roll. 6. Select the checkmark. 7. Double tap the image. 8. Select “Set as Background.”

  25. Turn ownership of the creativity over to the students!

  26. iTunes Global Audience All About the Mitten

  27. Image Sources: Kami Butterfield, Katie Shaffer, Crystal Albo & Me

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