Oneword.com – A review

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I gotta be careful here or Preston will rip me apart like he did when I wrote about pen.io. This website has a little more direction. Here is what it does. You go to the website (www.oneword.com) and click the Go button. It will take you to a new page where you will see a word at the top. You then have 1 minute to write about that word. That’s it! Simple, focused and very pretty. It’s seems pretty simple (and it is) but there are a lot more features to learn about. Click on past the break to see great images and how you can (or should) use it in your class.

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