Are you ready to start using WriteReader with your students today?
WriteReader offers a free program that provides teachers with 6 weeks’ worth of lesson plans.
The lessons, inspired by a third party efficacy study Efficacy study summary conducted in 2016, introduces your students to WriteReader.
The lesson plans also provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to get started using WriteReader with the young authors in your classroom- all while promoting literacy and collaboration!
The structure and support functionality of the learning tool WriteReader enables kindergarten to 5th-grade students to produce and share multimodal books with images, text and sound — regardless of their written capabilities. WriteReader can be used with almost any theme and genre, as the didactic frames are defined and created by the teacher, and the content, created by the student.
Examples of suitable and relevant models for the target group can be, e.g., describing daily events.
Assess whether the students can benefit from taking pictures to be used in the book at home. In this way, time at school is spent solely on writing.
The following writing standards can be accommodated with WriteReader and the above themes/ideas: