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Voices from the Middle Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 1074-4762


With the misleading descriptor of "toy for generating word clouds," Wordle can be a powerful classroom tool, says Hayes. She outlines how its use for reading skills (predicting, summarizing, and comparing) and writing skills (prewriting, revising, generating poetry, expanding multimodal literacies) can engage students and develop creative and critical thinking. (Contains 3 figures.)


Hayes, S. (2008). Wordle. Voices from the Middle, 16(2), 66-68. Retrieved March 26, 2023 from .

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