Thursday, April 9, 2015

3.1.3 Locating Resources Quest

I have located several open educational resources to incorporate into the Spanish I unit that introduces the uses of Ser and Estar (to be).

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Using the search engine OER Commons, I found a comprehensive repository of Spanish I materials that cover Ser and Estar. By browsing the content of this course, I will be able to locate a variety of resources to address my students' specific needs. This course is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Another open educational resource that I found is a PowerPoint Presentation by Ariel Myers, titled Ser y Estar.  I located this interactive presentation using MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching).  I added the licensing information to the first slide.

The following TeacherTube video provides a thorough explanation of the different uses of Ser and Estar. It was uploaded by Shannon Probe.

Finally, this last YouTube video is a fun, rigorous review of the content topic chosen for this quest. It was uploaded by SlusionProductions.


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