Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire creative comprehension performance tasks in your classroom.
Creative use of technology can engage students, and help you integrate your iPads, PCs, or Chromebooks into your literacy curriculum.
Students create a new cover for a book to show comprehension and explore character, plot, setting, symbolism, and conflict.
To show what they know about a character in a novel you are reading, students create a digital scrapbook for this person.
Students can personify an object and write a story as part of an online book or animated adventure.
Students create a book review to demonstrate comprehension and help others choose books they will enjoy.
Students explore character, plot, and theme and write persuasively as they develop a movie-style trailer for a book they have read.
Students create visual poetry by combining images that portray the meaning of text.
Breakout rooms and a video story embedded in Wixie allow for kinders to demonstrate their independence in gaining knowledge and demonstrating comprehension during small group learning. @MrsRode @elmwoodes @Elmwoodlibrary pic.twitter.com/m7UhSjNlIP— Rita Phillips (@RitaPhillips85) February 4, 2021
Gr1 read “The Invisible Boy”, discussed theme, and used #wixie to show their evidence. We learned a new Wixie feature today: speech bubbles! @DianeAdamson6 @KeriKenison @DrShewbridge @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/AmhE6y5nYg— Erin Nye (@enye001) March 27, 2018
3rd graders use Wixie in Technology class to create new book covers after reading The Computer Teacher from the Black Lagoon! pic.twitter.com/BILmSNSFCB— Triadelphia Ridge ES (@hcpss_tres) October 18, 2017
Gr1 used #wixie to show character traits from “Ada Twist, Scientist”. They loved being able to draw AND record their voices to show the trait they chose. @DrShewbridge @KeriKenison @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/dRKTZN5PYp— Erin Nye (@enye001) March 22, 2018