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Tablet-Based Classroom Planner Brandy Riddle

List Desired Class Objectives and Related K-12 Standard

ELAGSE1RF3: Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. a. Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common
consonant digraphs. b. Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words. c. Know final -e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel
What did I like/
Select Instructional Select an App
Strategy for each of Remember Analyze Evaluate Create app(s)?
from Gagnes Nine Reichs
Events Tablet-Based
Understand Will I use app(s)
Categories again?

This app is very

-Gain attention Consume easy to learn and
-provide motivation
user friendly for
-Inform students of
Starfall my students. My
the objectives
Learn to Read students are able
self-select what
they want to
work on
stories, and
songs. All
helping students
learn to read
phonics skills.
I will use this app
Kids A-Z I am able to pre
-Present the stimulus Curate (Headsprout) assess students on
their phonics
- Assess performance
-Provide informative skills. Students
feedback then are able to
work through
specific skills that
are needed and
are assessed
throughout the
lesson. I will use
this in my
-Provide learning Chatterpix
guidance Connect This app was
-Elicit performance
very user friendly
for the students to
work with.
Students were
able to take
photos and make
interactive with
phonics skills
they learned in
class. I will use
this again.

-Enhance for Nearpod I am a huge fan

retention Create of Nearpod.
Nearpod allows
my students to
share information
via slides, videos,
and quizzes.

I will use this in

my class

Narrative of the 4 Cs

Consumption: For my first area, consumption, I chose to use the app Starfall. My students can use this app on their iPad. This app
requires iOS 5.0 or later. The app supports various skills to help students learn how to read. These skills include: learning ABCs,
learning sounds, and practicing reading. The app also introduces students to phonemic awareness and phonics on Kindergarten and 1st
grade levels. The app includes many different visuals and music to engage the learner. This app works well because it allows the
student to work on many skills needed to become a successful reader. There are both FREE and PAID versions of this app.

Curation: In the section, curation, I decided to use the app Kids A-Z (Head sprout). Head sprout is available on both Android and iOS
devices. This app allows the educator to pre assess student understanding and then assign the student a starting point. This app allows
students to work on phonemic awareness and phonics skills. As students skills grow, students are able to move forward in the program.
This app allows the student to be interactive in the learning process and students can earn stars for successes and then apply them to
game time. This app is available per subscription only or a 14 day free trial.

Connect: In the section, connect, I decided to use the app Chatterpix. Chatterpix is a great app that allows students to create their own
animation using their voice and a picture. Students can take information learned about decoding and apply it in their short script on a
topic of their choice. For example, if students have learned about sneaky e words they can write a script with sneaky e words and
perform those for their parents or class to demonstrate their knowledge. This app is available on iOS system. There is a free version

Create: Nearpod is an awesome app that allows both students and educators to present information to a group of people. The presenter
can control the presentation or allow the audience to control the speed of their content. This app allows the user to use a multitude of
features including virtual field trips, polls, quizzes, etc. This app also has its own library of premade lessons. This app is free to use
with limitations to features. However, if purchased, the user has availability to all features.