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Moodle 1.9 English Teacher's Cookbook by Silvina P. Hillar

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Changing a poem into a cartoon—using resources from Web 2.0

In this recipe, you are going to provide students with a poem to be changed into a cartoon. It will be a great activity because you will have different versions of the same poem changed into a cartoon. It is a great way for them to explore another way of writing because cartoons are a way of writing dialogues. We are going to divide the activity in two parts as done in the previous recipe. The first part is the reading of the poem and the second one is the writing of the comic strip.

Getting ready

First, we have to choose the website where we want our students to read the poem. In previous chapters, we have already worked with poems. So now we are going to use a different website. In this ...

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