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Easy to follow instructions on collaborative writing projects. WebQuests for both ESL and regular classes from kindergarten to adult learners. Rubric assessments for the work file, written file and oral presentation.
It's a very "busy" site. I didn't find it very user-friendly. The home page is very cluttered.
6 years ago
I confess that Nellie's home page confused and intimidated me. It seems there is a lot of great information here for collaborative project, but I had trouble finding it. I especially liked the idea of students being able to connect through writing to others in the world but I could not, without much difficulty, figure out how to get to the bits that explain that project or the others. There is so much here, but it is hard to get to without a great deal of starting and stopping and going back and forth.