How English teachers can use mobile learning devices to teach literature more effectively
Technology is rapidly changing the way we live, and these changes have made their way into the classroom. This capstone demonstrates how English teachers can use technology, including mobile learning devices, to teach literature more effectively. The author has designed and adapted curriculum to teach Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird with an iPad. This capstone includes the unit plan, the argument for using e-readers, and the author's experience and results writing curriculum with Apple's iBook program. The experts agree using technology in the classroom can improve student motivation, comprehension, and achievement scores. Additionally, regular use of technology allows students to practice and develop their 21st century skills. Using mobile learning devices to teach literature is still in the developing stages, and there is a learning curve however, there are exciting tools that can improve the way we teach literature
Thomas, Martha Christine, "How English teachers can use mobile learning devices to teach literature more effectively" (2014). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 990.
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