Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Literature Discussions with Google Slides

In my never-ending quest to find unique ways of using Google Slides, I started to tinker around developing a template that teachers could use for a modified version of literature circles. 

I know that other educational enthusiasts have shared their versions of how to have a class discussion using Google Slides, but nothing seemed to be quite the right fit for what I was looking for. 

So here's what I've come up with. Maybe it'll be a right fit for you too. Go ahead and check it out for yourself by clicking through the slides.

As you can see, much of it is blank's a template. It's meant to be changed as the teacher deems necessary. If you think that this is something you'd like to attempt, CLICK HERE to get access. You'll need to have a Google account. To get your own copy, click on File and Make a Copy.

After you've used the Literature Discussions Template, drop me a line and let me know how it worked. 

Offering my BEST to you,

How have you gone digital with literature discussions? What benefits do you see in having online discussion groups versus verbal face-to-face discussions?

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