Audiobooks, podcasts - both listening and creating (preferably creating)
Students could use Soundtrap, SpeakPipe, this Chrome extension, or Audacity (available in the App Depot) to create their sound recordings. Example: Kids read a book and record themselves reading. QR code with recording goes on the back of the book so that other kids can listen - great for older kids reading to younger. Could also be used for peer tutoring.
Common Sense Media: Tool Reviews - outstanding list of tools that can be sorted by subject, grade level, and more
Control-Alt-Achieve blog (tons of tips on ways to use the Google Suite in your classroom)
Flipgrid - SO many uses! Respond to a prompt, read aloud, track fluency over time, explain your thinking. Teacher can create unlimited topics on free account.
Google Templates for Students from TCEA
How to Teach with Technology: Language Arts (from Edutopia; a few years old but several suggestions are still good)
Language Arts Resources from Elwood NY’s Instructional Technology Dept.
LiveBinders “Integrating Technology into the Language Arts Classroom" (lots of LiveBinders, each of which has lots of resources)
Touchcast: Create stunning, professional-looking videos with this app and a greenscreen (remember, these are available to check out from @pisdtech). Educator Guide: Engaging with the YouTube Generation
Especially for younger students:
PISD Primary ELA Sites (“Skills A”)
PISD Intermediate ELA Sites (“Skills B”)
Not specifically about LA programs but worth a read:
What a Decade of Education Research Tells Us About Technology in the Hands of Underserved Students