Thursday, February 7, 2008
JumpKnowledge http://info.jkn.com/index.htm is a web annotating tool. I dismissed web annotating when I first saw it , because I thought -when will I ever want to annotate the web.
But with just a little thinking out of the box, I am excited by this tool.
1) Have your Spanish language students create a web- trip to a Spanish speaking country, with annotations in the language being learned.
2) Create a mini webquest on any theme.
4) Have your students annotate three or four sources with different political leanings.