An interactive graphic organizer, Essay Map offers students several ways to structure their writing through the use of an outline. Students fill in the boxes with an introductory statement, a main idea, the supporting details of their piece, and a concluding statement. The end result is a map of their piece that can be printed, saved, or e-mailed.
allows students to compose their own comic strips. Students choose characters, props, and backgrounds, and craft their own dialogue. This tool is appropriate for K-12 students as either a prewriting, pre- or post-reading activity, or as a response-to-literature exercise.
allows its users to get instant videos from the different popular movie and television show providers. If you used to spend so much time switching between websites to look for your favourite TV show that you have missed then give Watchily a try
demonstrates how to use the $4 iPad application “eBook Creator” to export an enhanced eBook (in ePub format) to the DropBox application, and then email a public link to the ePub to a Posterous blog so it will “post” as a publicly accessible link for anyone to download.