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  • Book Talks, Picture Talks, Reports, etc.

    QR Codes for

    Authentic Assessment

    Liz Rosenfeld, Pleasant Street School

    Michelle Plourde,Woodland Heights School

    Laconia, New Hampshire

  • National Council of Teachers of

    English Project Guidelines

    Exposure to all kinds of writing and

    rewriting helps students become better

    writers and thinkers.

    Writing should extend beyond the

    classroom walls.

    Students need authentic purposes and

    audiences for writing.

  • QR Codes

    Quick Response Code

    2 dimensional bar code

    Easily generated

    Decoded by iPads and iPhones

    Activates a web page

    Dials a phone number

    Sends an e-mail or text message

    iframe width=%22640%22 height=%22360%22 src=%22/www.youtube.com/embed/CSIJGNBHjXw?feature=player_embedded%22%20frameborder=%220%22%20allowfullscreen%3e%3c/iframeiframe width=%22640%22 height=%22360%22 src=%22/www.youtube.com/embed/CSIJGNBHjXw?feature=player_embedded%22%20frameborder=%220%22%20allowfullscreen%3e%3c/iframe

  • QR codes

    Business cards

    Advertising

    Packaging

    Posters, brochures

    PAJAMAS!

  • QR Codes in the

    Classroom with

    Karen Mensing

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRgWRXFXLQshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRgWRXFXLQs

  • Free QR Code Reader for iPad

    Visit App Store

    Search: qr code reader

    Recommend: Qrafter because it

    lets you choose to open in Safari

  • How to Read a QR Code:

    Open the QR code reader on your iPad

    Center the QR code inside the frame

    QR code automatically activates an internet file:

    Lizs Webpage Michelles Webpage

    Under Construction

  • Equipment Computer PC or Mac

    Microphone Snowball

    I-pad

    Printer

  • QRme: QR Code Generator This is a link to:

    http://www.qrme.com/

    Link to the website, type a message and make a QR code.

    Welcome to the CMCT!

    http://www.qrme.com/

  • http://goo.gl Tammys Tech Tips for Teachers: Tip 96

    Copy the URL you want to turn into a QR code.

    Go to http://goo.gl

    Paste the URL and click the Shorten button verification required

    Copy the shortened URL

    Paste the shortened URL into your browsers location window

    Add .qr to the end of the address

    Press the Enter key on your keyboard

    A QR code will be generated (copy & paste)

    This QR code is a link to google images of QR codes

    http://goo.gl/http://goo.gl/

  • Google Spreadsheet =image("https://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chs=150x150&cht=qr&chl=" & A2)

    This formula only works in a Google Spreadsheet.

  • Free App You Need: AudioBoo AudioBoo: iPhone App

    that you can put on your

    iPad to record audio files.

    App publishes your file and

    is set up to share your link

    to a QR code generator.

    This is a QR code that will

    take you to the app!

  • Computer Version of Audioboo

    audioboo.fm

    http://www.audioboo.fm/

  • iPad Audioboo App

  • Worked in Pairs

    Quick writes for photographs

    QR codes to publish narratives

    After School Program

    Picture Project

  • Students share QR code narrations

  • Book Talks for Book Buddies

    Rubric

    Partner recording

    QR code Book Talks are permanently

    affixed to Ladybug Books in the library

    Book Talk Project

  • K 1 2 3 4 5

    1. With prompting

    and support, ask

    and answer

    questions about

    key details in a text.

    2. With prompting

    and support, retell

    familiar stories,

    including key

    details.

    3. With prompting

    and support,

    identify characters,

    settings, and major

    events in a story.

    1. Ask and answer

    questions about key

    details in a

    text.

    2. Retell stories,

    including key details,

    and

    demonstrate

    understanding of

    their central message

    or lesson.

    3. Describe

    characters, settings,

    and major events in a

    story, using key

    details.

    1. Ask and answer

    such questions as

    who, what, where,

    when, why, and how

    to demonstrate

    understanding of key

    details in a text.

    2. Recount stories,

    including fables and

    folktales from diverse

    cultures, and

    determine their

    central message,

    lesson, or moral.

    3. Describe how

    characters in a story

    respond to

    major events and

    challenges.

    1. Ask and answer questions

    to demonstrate

    understanding of a text,

    referring explicitly to the text

    as the basis for the answers.

    2. Recount stories, including

    fables, folktales, and

    myths from diverse cultures;

    determine the central

    message, lesson, or moral

    and explain

    how it is conveyed through

    key details in the text.

    3. Describe characters in a

    story (e.g., their traits,

    motivations, or feelings) and

    explain how their

    actions contribute to the

    sequence of events.

    1. Refer to details and

    examples in a text

    when explaining what

    the text says explicitly

    and when drawing

    inferences from the

    text.

    2. Determine a theme

    of a story, drama, or

    poem from details in

    the text; summarize

    the text.

    3. Describe in depth a

    character, setting, or

    event

    in a story or drama,

    drawing on specific

    details

    in the text (e.g., a

    characters thoughts,

    words, or

    actions).

    1. Quote accurately from a

    text when explaining what the

    text says explicitly and when

    drawing inferences from the

    text.

    2. Determine a theme of a

    story, drama, or poem from

    details in the text, including

    how characters in a story or

    drama respond to challenges

    or how the speaker in a poem

    reflects upon a topic;

    summarize the text.

    3. Compare and contrast two

    or more characters,

    settings, or events in a story

    or drama, drawing

    on specific details in the text

    (e.g., how characters

    interact).

    Common Core for Reading: Key Ideas and Details Book Talk Project

    K 5: Common Core requires students to connect with text: Characters,

    setting, plot; who, what, where, when, why; key details; inferences, character

    study; quote and explain quotation, determine theme, compare and contrast

  • Preparation Presentation Delivery Common Core Vocabulary

    Above

    Grade

    Level

    4

    Written Summary that identifies:

    *Title, Author

    *Genre with explanation as to why

    the book fits into the genre.

    *Keywords

    *Main Character

    *Setting (place)

    *Time (day; night)

    *Problem in the story with details

    and adjectives

    *Memorable Quote from story with

    explanation about why the quote

    was chosen and what it means.

    All of the items,

    details,

    adjectives and

    explanations in

    written summary

    are included in

    the presentation

    .

    Presenter does not

    reveal the ending of

    the book.

    Great volume

    Rate of

    speaking slow

    enough so that

    you are

    understood.

    Pronunciation of

    words is clear

    Main character, setting

    and problem

    identified.

    Include key details.

    Descriptions include

    character traits,

    motivations and/or

    feelings and some

    actions that contribute

    to the problem.

    Description identifies

    a plot complication.

    Adjectives are:

    Descriptive

    Colorful

    Interesting

    Grade Level

    3

    Written Summary that identifies:

    *Title, Author

    *Genre

    *Keywords

    *Main Character

    *Setting (place)

    *Time (day; night)

    *Problem

    *Memorable Quote from story

    All of the items in

    the written

    summary are

    included in the

    presentation.

    Presenter does not

    reveal the ending of

    the book.

    Good volume

    Rate of speaking a

    little rushed, but

    mostly understood.

    Pronunciation of

    words is clear

    Main character, setting and

    problem identified.

    Include key details with

    some descriptions.

    Adjectives are:

    Basic

    Common

    Below Grade

    Level

    2

    Summary is missing one of the above Presentation is

    missing details from

    the summary.

    Ending revealed.

    Low volume

    Talk too fast.

    Trouble

    understanding.

    Main Character, setting and

    problem are not clearly

    identified.

    No adjectives

    Needs

    Improvement

    1

    Summary is missing more than one of the

    above

    Presentation does

    not match the

    summary. Ending

    revealed

    Whisper

    Cant understand

    words.

    Main Character, setting and

    problem are not clearly

    identified.

    No adjective