When we were studying the enlightenment many of the philosophers had some great quotes, but students were confused with what they meant. So, using google drawings, students wrote the original text from the philosopher, then took a selfie and explained what it meant in their own vernacular. This would be great for any subject that has complex text and students have to break it down into something they can comprehend.
Go to google drive and click "new"-->select "more" and you will find google drawings.
On the new blank google drawing, students can drag and drop an image from Google Images. To put a "Quote bubble" go to "Insert" "shapes" and select "Call outs" (see below)
Students can take a snapshot by selected, "Insert" "Image" and go to "Take a snapshot."
You can do so much with Google Drawings. Print out or QR code the best ones and students can read what each other wrote.
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