ApplyingDefinition: Apply involves students using knowledge gained to execute a procedure. Students uses learnt information to produce presentations (visual, verbal, written or digital).

Verbs to describe creating:
Carrying out, using, executing, implementing, showing and exhibiting. (Anderson and Krathwohl)
Technology verbs:Running, loading, playing, operating, uploading, sharing, presenting and editing. (Churches, 2009).These tools could be also relevant to other parts of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy. The activity you assign with these Web 2.0 tools has a huge impact on what verb the Web 2.0 tool comes under.
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Web 2.0 Name
Web 2.0 tool
Type of tool
Description
In the Classroom
Cost
Example
Storybird
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Online ebook
(exhibiting)
This program allows students to create their narratives
into online ebooks. These ebooks can be embedded
into wikis, blogs and so forth.

Free

Writing
Fun, Jenny
Eather
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Writing
Templates
(executing)
This website is a place for students and teachers to
access online examples of writing templates. The
website also contains examples.

Yearly
Subscription
with
spelladrome

Story Starters
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Story starters
(scholastics)
(implementing)
Scholastics has provided great story starters for
those students who are having difficulty beginning
their narratives.

Free

Mindmapper

(showing)


Free

Jeopardy Labs
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Online Jeopardy
game
(create own)
(implementing)
This tool allows students and teachers to create their
own Jeopardy game.

Free

Comic Master
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Create online
comics
(exhibiting)
Students can turn their narratives, science reports,
and non-fiction texts into comics.

Free

Flipsnack
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Students create their own ebook