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Beth Smith 3h
Replying to @stephwurking
A3 - Critical reading is necessary because it is easy to miss a word or misinterpret what is being said on social media. Extra thought and consideration of all factors will hopefully allow responses that carefully construed rather than an emotional response.
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Stephan Hughes 2h
Just before we go, would like to thank you for coming and to remind you:
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EtownBizTeacher 3h
Replying to @stephwurking
Q4: Emojis, memes, and hashtags can help convey your tone. Also, using caps or exclamation points in your text
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Stephan Hughes 3h
Q3 – Why is reading critically paramount on social media?
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Courtney 3h
A5: students need to keep in mind that most things posted in social media is opinion based
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Hart of Learning 3h
A3: Critical reading is SO important on Social Media so people don't think, "I saw it online, so it must be true." Sometimes the reaction is so strong that certain people disbelieve most of what they see online. Anyhow, good site is
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Marc Tartaro 3h
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Lena Folsom 3h
A2- Reading has gone beyond being able to recognize and process words, to being able to take what you’ve read and apply it to something else. Developing these skills requires Higher Order of Thinking, students need practice in the application of these skills
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Stephan Hughes 4h
45 minutes for our chat! Join us.
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Stephan Hughes 2h
Q6 – How might students use Twitter to develop their general reading skills?
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#EDUChatList ~ Education Chat Lists 5h
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Dr. Sam Fecich ✨#EduMagic✨ Feb 15
I teach I try to have a spotify playlist goin as they come in and they can contribute to. I also say good morning to EVERY student who comes in. I thank them at the end of class too for being there with me and being present.
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Courtney 3h
A4: memes, hashtags, emojis, gifs could all be used for tone and purpose on Twitter
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Hart of Learning 42m
Today's chats have me thinking about this article I read: and how E.D. Hirsch believes in building students' background knowledge with free curriculum at highly rated by .org
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Stephan Hughes 3h
I'm ready for Q2, you?
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Evolving Educators 4h
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Vi 3h
Replying to @stephwurking
A4: Someone can add video clips and pictures that could be edited or not to be used to one's advantage. They add to what the person is saying and can help get their point across. Even emojis can do this
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Hart of Learning 1h
Just want to give a shout out to - My students LOVE the "Read to Me" books. I love that I was able to turn off the educational videos.
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Stephan Hughes 3h
Waiting for Q4 ....
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Beth Smith 2h
Replying to @stephwurking
A6 - Given the character limit on Twitter, students can develop their skills by reading a number of short responses to the same topic, interpreting what is read, and drawing conclusions.
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