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Moodle 2 for Teaching 4-9 Year Olds Beginner's Guide by Nicholas Freear

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Running your lesson

So far we have used a comment to present a story—the example story from you the teacher. As explained at the start of this chapter, comments can be used in a variety of ways. You could ask your pupils to each add an entry with a picture to the database. Within the entry they can provide some narrative about the image. They can also write about their reactions to and interpretations of their class-mates' images as comments in the database. Another and quite ambitious approach would be to encourage your pupils to write the start of a story as a comment for someone else's image. Then they can explore the part-finished stories, and write their own endings for someone else's beginning, as a separate comment. You will be able to ...

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