Give student writing purpose and meaning through the creation of eBooks. eBooks make it easy to share student writing projects with a broad audience, helping to engage students and inspire them to produce their best work.
It's easy to export ePubs from Wixie. Students can use Wixie to write, illustrate, and record stories and nonfiction. Once students are finished writing, they can export work as ePub files and upload to GoogleDrive and Dropbox for easy sharing.
After reading Eric Carle's The Grouchy Butterfly, students published their own story to show their understanding of elapsed time.
After exploring a science or social studies topic in the classroom, ask students to share their new found knowledge by creating their own informational texts. Individual students can write their own books or use an ABC format to create a class eBook.
Put students in the author's seat and encourage narrative writing, by asking them to write and illustrate their own fables.
Poetry's purposeful word choice encourages close, careful reading. Have student demonstrate "understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings" by creating visual poems. Print versions are beautiful but eBooks let them record for intonation and fluency.
These All Stars ?? LOVE #wixie! After exploring the tools & options in one big #collaborative eBook project today, we are ready to start our small group eBooks on Famous African Americans next week. Stay tuned! #LifeReady #ESinnovate @AAES_hva @Tech4Learning @mamaduckdiane #HLP pic.twitter.com/LhP337CmgK— CoachReid (@CoachReid3) February 8, 2019
We also started a class book on Wixie about money. Today, we worked on the cover and the page all about the penny. Stay tuned to see how it turns out?? pic.twitter.com/QaMQxpPMYE— TeamOneder (@TeamOneder) March 25, 2019
Ss synthesizing, illustrating, and creating voice over to their Native American research into #eBook that will be published and shared with oneanother. #DLDay @OfficialDLDay #Literacy #content #blendedlearning #5C @Wixie @mhwahaba @MikelleWilliams5 pic.twitter.com/O2FxjBymbr— Michelle Pressley (@Tekkinheels) February 28, 2019
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try