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If you can think of a good question for any list, please send it to us. How Much Is It: A Shopping Lesson Plan. By Chris Gunn Time: Up to 4 hours depending on how much the teacher wishes to use.
Materials: To give to the students. WHAT’S GOING ON IN THIS PICTURE - The Learning Network Blog. Photo Students 1.
After looking closely at the image above (or at the full-size image), think about these three questions: What is going on in this picture? What do you see that makes you say that? Lessons from Assassin’s Creed for Constructing Educational Games. The Assassin’s Creed franchise has held the honor of being one of the most highly debated video games in regard to its historical accuracy and educational worth.
There are hundreds of forums dedicated to pointing out the inaccuracies and comparing history against the game play. Every named character has been researched by fans attempting to determine the precision of Ubisoft, and some blogs have done massive comparisons of the clothing and environment of the game against images from the Renaissance. Unlike historical simulations, Assassin’s Creed has created an environment where players are actively engaging with the environment and proactively learning about it. By looking at the research that has gone into Assassin’s Creed and how players are reacting, we can assess whether it is truly educational and if so, what lessons we can take away from this top grossing game.
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Examiner: So, now we’re going to have a short discussion. You’ve got one minute to take notes and prepare together for a two-minute discussion. Remember to listen, take turns and explain your opinions. Information gap activity. Examiner: So, you’re planning a trip to the cinema together.
You’ve got some information about films but your information’s not complete. Ask your partner to find out the missing information. Describe a photo or picture. Examiner: OK.
You each have a picture. You’ve got one minute to look at your picture. Describe all that you can see in the picture and explain what you think is happening. Melissa: In the picture there is a man lying in the middle of the road and there is a car and a motorbike there. WHAT’S GOING ON IN THIS PICTURE - The Learning Network Blog. Preparing for the Oral Exam? Some Useful Guidelines and Techniques for Describing Pictures. For better or for worse the course is coming to an end and exams are just here.
I can almost see them beckoning me and you. I am ready, the question is … are you? In the oral exam you’ll have to demonstrate your speaking skills as well as your ability to communicate and for this, it is essential that you practise… a lot. Here are some Guidelines and Techniques to help you score a high mark in the Picture Description Part of the exam. I hope they are helpful!! Describe a photo or picture activity. Level 2 Dialogues. Asking and giving directions. Asking for directions. Countries and nationalities speaking game. Topics for ket speaking. A1 Speaking and Listening Sample Test A. Role_Plays_downloadable_pages. Workman drinks tea on a plank high above the Strand, London, 1915.
Children in London celebrate Christmas in an underground bomb shelter, December 25, 1940. *NEW* on "Tarr's Toolbox": 'What happened to these people before and after our period of study?' #historyteacher. New York City, 1909. New York City, 1959. Twitter. Balabolka. Balabolka is a Text-To-Speech (TTS) program.
All computer voices installed on your system are available to Balabolka. The on-screen text can be saved as a WAV, MP3, MP4, OGG or WMA file. The program can read the clipboard content, view text from documents, customize font and background colour, control reading from the system tray or by the global hotkeys. Supported file formats: AZW, AZW3, CHM, DjVu, DOC, DOCX, EPUB, FB2, HTML, LIT, MOBI, ODT, PDB, PRC, PDF, RTF, TCR, WPD. Free online Dictionary of English Pronunciation - How to Pronounce English words.