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Comments (18)

jgantt@iss.k12.nc.us said

at 9:34 pm on Oct 28, 2009

I enjoyed learning about wordle and look forward to using in the prescriptive reading program that I am facilitating this year.

mellenburg@... said

at 1:42 pm on Nov 4, 2009

I enjoyed wordle too - my computer is not allowing me to use it at this time, so i am waiting on tech. people to come fix it, but can't wait to make a small poster of my kids names for them to identify their name amongst that of peers! - Mel

jtempleton@... said

at 11:34 am on Nov 6, 2009

I'd like to make a poster of sight words for Kinders using wordle...they'd love playing an "I Spy" kind of game using it!

Don Lourcey said

at 11:39 am on Nov 6, 2009

Mrs. Templeton? Do you need my help doing so/ Or are you good with how to get started--I think this would be a great idea--when finished be sure to Publish the Wordle so that you can have record of it. I can help show you how to send it to your blog space in Schoolwires--if it will allow us to do that.

jtempleton@... said

at 12:49 pm on Nov 6, 2009

I welcome any assistance on creating that. I think Cloverleaf has a poster making machine, but I have never used it (and am not sure if there is any poster paper available for it.)
Thanks so much for your reply!
Janet :-)

Kathleen Cochran said

at 4:45 pm on Nov 6, 2009

I practiced different ways to use wordle at home and one of my homework assignments will be to use wordle with sight words. We could start with ten words then keep adding and watch it grow! I had no trouble with connecting at home but it did not connect on Thursday when I tried it at school. I will keep trying

Thanks
Kathy

rmyers said

at 8:44 pm on Nov 6, 2009

I tried using wordle to create a summary of what we had been learning about pumpkins. I have not been successful at home or school with getting the wordle creation to work. My message at school was that the site was blocked. Hopefully, with continued effort, I will eventually be successful.

Don Lourcey said

at 10:08 am on Nov 7, 2009

Be sure to add all Wordle ideas to the collected list under the appropriate folder in the Navigator on the right, Web 20 Resources and Wordle Examples. Then click the edit button and put your courser in the table and begin typing; be sure that you have saved the page. Thanks.

Brittany Basinger said

at 1:55 pm on Nov 7, 2009

I would love to use color words for a wordle activity. I was wondering if it has to be words or could I do it using numbers 0-30. That would be a good way to help them recognize their words.

Barb Thorson said

at 2:10 pm on Nov 8, 2009

Check out Deborah Icard's class wordles. As a followup to her internet safety lessons some classes created a class wordle. http://iss.schoolwires.com/wordle

agunthorpe@... said

at 11:58 am on Nov 10, 2009

My class made a Wordle using adjectives. Each child had a different object to explore. The students listed adjectives describing that object. Unfortunately I could not print the wordle. Thanks to Barb Thorson for teaching me how to capture the image using the print screen key and Irvanview.

Barb Thorson said

at 1:57 pm on Nov 10, 2009

Look at Mrs. Shotkus' wordle at http://iss.schoolwires.com/167420314133039600/blank/browse.asp?A=383&BMDRN=2000&BCOB=0&C=85361, the students created the vocabulary list they used as a way to remember the Army veteran who came to speak to the class about serving her country.

Amy Morley said

at 3:58 pm on Dec 8, 2009

We used wordle to brainstorm vocabulary associated with weather. The students loved doing wordle and can't wait for us to do it again.

mfox@iss.k12.nc.us said

at 4:39 pm on Dec 15, 2009

I just want to get started and integrate everything together in a way that my students can benefit from technology.

dshotkus said

at 5:10 pm on Jan 29, 2010

The students used a Wordle to express their feelings about Veteran's Day. We had a parent speak to us about her experiences in the Army. it was a great learning experience.

mellenburg@... said

at 7:35 pm on Sep 29, 2010

Just a test to be sure that I can still access/comment in Wiki -- Mel (PreK)

Jane Brady Hudson said

at 2:37 pm on Oct 11, 2010

I am testing to see if I still have access to the wiki for Cloverleaf. I have had trouble with my password.

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