We began the unit immersing the students with different procedural books.
Our favorite iPad writing app August 4, by Chris Gonzales As a writer whose primary device has been an iPad for two and a half years, I have a lot of feelings about writing apps. Here are just a few off the top of my head: Byword — A simple and beautiful Markdown text editor.
We reviewed the iPhone version here and the Mac app here. Ulysses — For novelists and professional writers in general. We reviewed the Mac app here. For me though, the king of them all is Editorial. It has four key features for me: A built-in, multi-tab web browser. The browser includes 1Password support.
This means I can preview exactly what my Spark Journal articles will look like right there in Editorial; no need to create a web draft first. It even lets you create multiple preview themes, so you could, for instance, create light and dark themes for day use vs.
Last but certainly not least: Basic Criteria Whenever I try new writing apps, I always look for a handful of essential features: Markdown support — Like many writers on the web, I write in Markdown syntax.
Universal compatibility — A fancy way of saying I want there to be both an iPad and an iPhone version of the app. I find this creates a far more seamless experience. My Favorite Editorial Workflows There was a time when the following list would have been much longer.
Admittedly, I do still have a ton of workflows saved in Editorial as I write this, which I should do something about.
One such feature is the ability to rearrange paragraphs via drag-and-drop, added in the version 1. That said, there are still several workflows I find myself using often click any link below to add that workflow to Editorial on your own device: Publish to WordPress — My most-used workflow by far.
Search for an App Store linkthen insert it with the appropriate affiliate and campaign tokens. The Sweet Setup readers will appreciate why this comes in handy for those of us here on the writing staff.Where are the MFI-certified 3rd party Lightning to USB-C cables?
Three and a half years after Apple introduced USB-C on the inch MacBook and a couple weeks after introducing it on the iPad Pro, and there are still no Apple-certified, USB-PC power delivering 3rd party Lightning cables on the market. Explore the world of iPad.
Check out iPad Pro, available in two sizes, iPad, and iPad mini. Visit the Apple site to learn, buy, and get support. Instructions Game for Kids.
This instructions game for kids will help students understand the importance of writing clear, concise instructions for a range of interesting tasks.
There are a wide variety of apps available for writers who want to work on their iOS devices, from simple text editors to full-featured writing suites. It doesn't matter if you're taking notes, writing articles, or working your way to writing the great American novel, there's an app for that on your iOS device.
Handwriting Apps For iPad Apps that allow users to handwrite on their iPads using a finger or stylus have become increasingly popular, which suggests that the iOS keyboard is not always the best tool for a job, and that typing may not have fully eroded the need for decent handwriting.
Graphic Organizer. A graphic organizer is a visual display that demonstrates relationships between facts, concepts or ideas. A graphic organizer guides the learner’s thinking as they fill .