0 Replies Latest reply: Feb 18, 2013 3:21 PM by Lynne Hoffman RSS

Have you found a good source for creating and editing a paper?

Lynne Hoffman Apprentice
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Fodey is a free service that offers you the ability to create a fake newspaper clipping, "talking" tomatoes, "talking" squirrels, and a few other simple animations. Fodey's Newspaper Clipping Generator allows you to create a fake newspaper clipping just by typing or pasting text into a form. Fodey then creates the clipping and provides you with a code to embed the clipping in your blog or other online space.  Fodey's Talking Tomatoes and Talking Squirrels are simple animations to which you add text bubbles. The animation then flashes through a couple of transitions of speech. The amount of text and number of animations are limited. That said, Fodey isn't trying to promote its talking animations as a full-fledged storytelling platform.

 

http://www.fodey.com/generators/newspaper/snippet.asp

 

Another member tengrrl has offered some suggestions.  "There's the ReadWriteThink Printing Press, which you can use for newspapers, brochures, booklets, and flyers. Also there are some tools for sketching out an essay such as the Essay Map or the Persuasion Map."

 

"The ReadWriteThink interactive page offers additional resources to use in teaching writing," according to tengrrl.

 

So what resources have you found to help students create and/or edit all types of papers?  Please indicate what grade levels you are targeting with your resources.

 

Lynne

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