Web 2.0: storybird

I am really attracted by storybird tool. You would be easily inspired as it is a wonderful idea for language learning and teaching at schools. To see how it goes, just click ‘tour’ for instructions. and then, why don’t you comment on my first story …?

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4 thoughts on “Web 2.0: storybird

  1. Steve

    Hi Anh,

    What a great story! I like the way you’ve used the pictures and the names of all the characters are really interesting too. Did it take you long to write the story?

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  2. cyberplacebo

    Great story Anh, The idea for the reader to follow it up is great, it could become an activity for a class like the “excquisite corpse” whereby participants construct a story without knowing what comes first or after, or simpler you can time groups to create the story consecutively: group1 = week1, then group2 continues group1’s story during week2, etc.. I love it!
    Edith

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