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How often are interactions used in the book? Are the interactions strategically placed to enhance motivation without distracting the reader from the text? Do the interactions occur within the text, or are readers directed to another screen while reading?
In addition to these questions, it is of utmost importance that teachers look for well-organized texts with high-quality writing. Because the app market allows for the distribution of materials without the rigorous review process that is typical of traditional children's book publishing, more caution is necessary for choosing high-quality texts.
With exceptions, it is our experience that many interactive picture e-books are still lacking the polished quality of traditional texts. In Table 2, we provide examples of how we examined six exemplary interactive e-books in terms of the aforementioned four criteria. Table 2. Six Exemplary Interactive e-Books Book title 1 Vocabulary and inference support 2 Ratio of supporting and extending interactions to distracting interactions 3 Time required to engage in interactions 4 Frequency and placement of interactions How Rocket Learned to Read Average vocabulary support.
For instance, lilac bushes is unsupported. However, growl is explained both in text and by clicking a beagle-like dog.
Words such as wind and cold are also supported through inference. High number of distracting features early in the book. Words such as dig, when Rocket digs a hole in the snow, and mud, when readers can cover Rocket in mud, are good supporting interactions. Some fairly complex interactions such as shaking iPad or blowing into mic to simulate wind.
Readers can practice writing letters in snow, which could be time-consuming, but functions to extend the text's features.
Other interactions are very brief. Readers can manipulate characters, wind, and environmental setting leaves and mud. Wild About Books Superb vocabulary support. Most animals are identified with both a word and an image.
Fairly equal ratio of distracting features to supporting and extending features. The distracting features usually are simple manipulations e. Due to the abundance of interactions on each page, to manipulate all the interactions could take considerable time, but each interaction itself is brief i. Many in-text interactions on each page.
Interactions usually prompt animals to move and make noise. Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the Really Big Adventure Strong support for vocabulary inference comes from the quality of the static illustrations and their relationship to the words themselves. The level of interactivity has little to do with text support. The words and illustrations are well matched, but the actual ability to manipulate certain parts of the book i. Because the book lacks an overall sophistication i.
Readers can color illustrations in a separate feature of the e-book. Both in-text and out-of-text interactions. In the auto-play mode, the book reads and runs like a movie, limiting student-directed interactivity. Words can be pressed to highlight and move them on the page. Out of text interactions include coloring and a slideshow feature set to music. For instance, the use of glimpse and honeymoon are supported well through interactions. Some features e. Minimal extending features. Touch for sounds or movement.
All in-text interactions feature manipulating birds, sheep, and people like Will and Kate. Three to four interactions on each page placed around the text.
The Artifacts Excellent vocabulary support throughout the e-book. The majority of interactive features support or extend comprehension. Readers may spend considerable time with the abundance of available interactions.
Some pages could have more than 20 different interactions i. Storia e-book: Who Would Win? Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark Vocabulary is supported through static page text and illustrations. Some words can be selected and defined with a "look up" feature.
Some interactions support vocabulary development and inference. Interactions aid students in monitoring their comprehension through questions such as "Which of the following belongs to a killer whale?
Some interactions also build decoding and vocabulary skills. Features can be turned on or off by the teacher or parent. In-text interactions are placed sporadically throughout the text to support vocabulary, comprehension, and word recognition. All interactions have an educational purpose. The second criterion, interactions supporting and extending students' understanding of the text, is significant because more often than not, these features distract the reader from the text.
The fourth and final criterion we used to evaluate e-books relates to the frequency and placement of the interactive features in e-books because interactions that are placed sporadically throughout the text without overwhelming the reader are likely to be less disruptive to readers.
Subsequently, e-books that have multiple interactions on each page may be overwhelming to readers, particularly students who are still learning to read.
Each book listed in Table 2 has many features that will support and motivate readers, yet they all have limitations in terms of distractibility. Thus, if these problems exist with some of the best and most supportive apps available, it is disconcerting to consider the hundreds of other apps that may have interactions that provide less scaffolding for comprehension and vocabulary and more opportunities for student distractions.
Furthermore, there are many interactive picture e-book apps available, and the aforementioned criteria can be used to determine the quality of their interactive features. We have incorporated our favorite, high-quality interactive e-books into the list below, organized by their difficulty and interest levels.
However, because the app marketplace is always changing and growing, we suggest also visiting reliable app review sites such as Digital Storytime digital-storytime. Blue hat, green hat. Go Clifford, go! New York: Scholastic Capucilli, A. Meet Biscuit. Nickelby Swift, kitten catastrophe. How Rocket learned to read. Miss spider's tea party. A fine musician. Will and Kate: A love story. Slice of bread goes to the beach. Who would win? Great White Shark. New York: Scholastic Sierra, J.
Wild about books. The artifacts.