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Creating a Webpage Couldn’t Be Easier…

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Jottit is a brand-new service that was the talk of the tech blogs today.  It’s an extraordinarily simple and easy way to create a webpage.

All you do is start typing — you don’t even have to register.  You can create a password that you, or anyone else you want to be able to write in it, can use, and then you’re given your own url.

You can’t do anything fancy with it, but it could certainly be used by English Language Learners in a number of ways.  A teacher could create many webpages with passwords and assign one to a student or student group.  The student, or a group of students, could then use it to create a project of some sort.

I’ve placed the link in various places on my Examples of Student Work page.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Pingback: Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites Of The Day For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL » Blog Archive » Two New Web 2.0 Applications

  2. Okay, I really like Jottit. It’s so easy to use, and perfect for kids with less technological know-how. Thanks for the tip!

    Check out mine

    http://whatsit81.jottit.com/

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