Spicing Up Spanish Class

Cornelius, Cawood; Vest, Terri
May 2009
Learning & Leading with Technology;May2009, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p32
The article examines the advantages of using 21st-century tools to get students become engaged and motivated in doing a report on the people and culture of another country. Online databases, graphic organizers, electronic-mails, wikipedias, Powerpoint, and Photo Story have been tried by students as they gathered and presented before the class what they have found in relation to the topic. Through the use of these technologies, it has been revealed that students were able to improve their final oral and visual presentations.


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