Wednesday, February 3, 2010

PLN4

I think that laptops are not a waste of time and money for schools. They allow kids to be able to look up many things around the world for projects in class. Also it allows children to type things in class and be able to have spell checks and dictionarys. My english class uses computers and from personal expierence it is very useful in class than pen and paper. The other thing is a waste of time but they are not they allow kids to type things quicker than pen and paper; also they can use online dictionarys instead of looking it up in a regular dictionary and taking for ever.

19 comments:

  1. Stand up, stop looking down for extended amounts of time. Good job though. I

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  2. Very Well Done. I know Laptops have improved my education.

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  3. try to look at the audance more when presenting

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  4. good topic, try not to stare at the ground or what ever else you were looking at, good question

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  5. eyes were evertwhere execpt the audieance. Over all good.

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  6. try and look up and around more.

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  7. Make more eye contact with your audience. Good job.

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  8. Still make lots of eye contact and don' t just read off your itouch. Good job.

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  9. If you paid less attention to the ipod it would of been a little better but other than that wonderful job.

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  10. i agree completely with what you said.

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  11. good job just look up at us a little more.

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  12. Nice Logan, a little short, but still great. Good job

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  13. Look up at the audience and don't be so nervous.

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  14. good presentation and nice discussion. Make a some eye contact though

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  15. Nice presentation, I think that laptops are not a waste of time and money to get because they are a good tool for the classroom when they are used right.

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  16. Good job, it always comes back to computers.

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  17. Focus less on the Ipod, more on the audience. Good volume though

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  18. Great presentation, but you looked at your ipod a little too much, but great job.

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