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Haiku Deck & Paperport Notes in a Language classroom

This week I used Haiku Deck to present Spanish vocabulary related to los d??as de los muertos.  Not only was it quick and easy, the students enjoyed reviewing vocabulary words in a new way.  The images were vibrant and inspiring as they prepare to create their own alters and offerings for los d??as de los muertos (November 1 and 2). 

I also started using Paperport Notes to type up any notes I would typically write on the board.  I project the typed up notes on my whiteboard and then add any additional input from the students in marker.  By having a typed up, neat, organized scaffold to start with, the final notes are much more organized and on topic.  I like that it is still flexible and easy to customize the notes for the different questions that come up in each section. 

Genn Giuliano

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