Memrise. Do you love the language that you're learning?
What is love anyway? According to the triangular theory of love, there are three components to love, and you need all three for true love: 1. Intimacy - feelings of connectedness, attachment and a sense of bondedness 2. Passion - a feeling of physical attraction and a desire for sex 3. If your relationship has all three of these, then you have what's called consumate love, the true and perfect love.
What does this look like when applied to languages? 1. What type of love do you have for the language that you are learning? The combination of components that you have determines your type of love. Developing geography related vocabulary. I saw this website today and thought how great it would be to use it in the classroom for developing words related to places and describing different places.
The site GeoGuessr is actually based on Google maps and it's a simple game. The game works like this:You see an image of an unknown place somewhere in the world and you have to guess where it is and click that place on the map. Because this is based on Google maps street view you can actually explore around the image and look for clues.Once you click on the map you will see the real location and how close or far away you were. You are awarded points depending on how close you are to the real location.You have five turns to score as many points as possible. How to use the site for EFL /ESL The game itself doesn't really involve any language input or output, but you can easily add that.
If you are using it in a single computer classroom you can show students the image and ask them to guess where it is. Related links: Votre page d'accueil personnalisable. ESL - Writing. Word Clouds for Kids! ABCya is the leader in free educational computer games and mobile apps for kids.
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You can use the site to search through a huge collection of videos from various video sharing sites and when you find something you like the site will download and convert it to a file type of your choosing. The range of file types is great and includes ones suitable for mobile phones and i-pods, so if you want to get your students doing some mobile learning then this is a seriously useful site. The site is free and you can use it without login or registration, though if you do register, it's free and you do get other services too. Hope you find this useful and by all means leave a comment here if you've tried it. Best Nik. Celebrating our Heritage. In the Loop. Plagiarism detection tools for educators. Extra English. Learn ESL Present Perfect Verb Tense English Grammar Rap Song with Collo and Fluency MC! Macmillan Dictionary and Thesaurus: Free English Dictionary Online.
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Mobile learning is defined as "learning across multiple contexts, through social and content interactions, using personal electronic devices”  (Crompton, 2013 p. 4) In other words, with the use of mobile devices, learners can learn anywhere and at any time. M-learning technologies include handheld computers, MP3 players, notebooks, mobile phones and tablets. M-learning focuses on the mobility of the learner, interacting with portable technologies, and learning that reflects a focus on how society and its institutions can accommodate and support an increasingly mobile population.
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