) Prof. RC In the English language (or English): • • Compose fables or tales. Focus on the development of imagination or creativity in writing. Create Slogans. Compose bus iness. Produce a text for theater and stage it for the class or other colleagues . Write poetry. Write an English dictionary. Create your own books. Rewriting a known fact from another point of view. Write a journal. Describe a process or sk ill. Make report of a visit. Write various types of cards. Producing a newspaper in class - define editors, reporters and artists and publishing it, sharing it with the rest of the school through its intranet. Using graphic organizers to an alyze stories. Plan and organize a special event for parents, such as a 'tea for authors "or an" evening of technology. " It will then be required to produce in vitations, schedules, pamphlets and posters, as well as planning the agenda and the special needs for the event. WRITER (Text Editor) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In Social Studies, History and Geography: • • • Prepare reports on states or cou ntries. Create a guided tour of a country. Produce inserts for travel; prepare f or a tourist itineraries, including details such as the means of transport that will be used and the problems that can be found. Select a period in history and create a newsletter from the point of view of an editor who has lived at that ti me. Organize and present biography and works of travelers who visited Brazil in different seasons. Create challenging texts, leading the reader to find an objec t or location. Create gazetteer. Make and evaluate statements on the computer. P roduce maps locating areas of remnants of quilombos in Brazil, indigenous lands demarcated or archaeological sites. Formulate questions for games in the classro om. Create games. Use WordArt to produce posters about different historical even ts. Prepare a guide on your state. Remember to include important aspects of hist ory, political, environmental parks, cultural heritage, economic production, pop ulation, industries, etc.. This can be a cooperative learning project very effic iently. WRITER (Text Editor) • • • • • • • • • • WRITER (Text Editor) In Science: • • • • • • Write research reports in the laboratory. Choose a scien tific invention and write a story. Use the Drawing toolbar to illustrate the inv ention. Describe the reasoning you used to solve a problem. Describe scientific events, with language as a scientist and journalist with language. Research and produce a book on the life cycle of a given organism. Write predictions about a scientific experiment. After completing the experiment, describing the results b

y comparing them with the original estimates. Demonstrate understanding of scien tific processes through creative written presentations. • WRITER (Text Editor) In Mathematics: • Develop statements of problems to solve other people. Use Equa tion Editor to insert equations in a Word document. Develop a survey and collect data. Prepare graphs and tables. Use drawing toolbar to create basic shapes. Ad d 3-D effects to these forms and then explore these properties. Develop themes, such as compositions that allow the student to incorporate knowledge from other areas. • • • • IMPRESS Editor (Slide) In all disciplines: • • • • • • • • • • • Presentation Seminar. Projects in grou ps. Preparation of an encyclopedia or glossary. Presentation of Tables and Chart s. Preparation of an individual book with illustrations. Developing a school new spaper or magazine. Preparation of a dictionary. Creating games. Organization su rvey. Organization database of depositions or interviews. Inclusion of multimedi a presentation in a web page. CREDITS • • • • Prof. RC; Google Images; BrOffice.Org; Intel: Teach to the Future (Train ing Course).