The Tech Savvy Booktalker: A Guide for 21st-Century Educators by Nancy J. Keane and Terence W. Cavanaugh.

June 21, 2012 at 11:32 am Leave a comment

Want to add some pizzazz to your booktalks and motivate young readers? Here are a simple but powerful ideas and instructions for integrating technology into your presentations, and using booktalks to launch learning across the curriculum. You´ll discover how to use your existing technology to make enhanced booktalks to use with students (video, audio, and text); and how to extend the excitement with online book discussions. Lesson plans and a wealth of examples, strategies, and resource links make implementation a breeze.

Find a variety of book talks at: http://wn.com/booktalks/#/videos

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