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These four digital tools can help. See their pros, cons and what makes them different. (Original image by Kevin Standlee / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0) As a child, I remember one specific thing I always looked forward to on days when I stayed home sick from school. The Price Is Right. I may have been aching, sick to my stomach or feverish, but as I laid on the couch, I made sure the TV was tuned to that game show around lunch time. I loved the unique games. Now, teachers can bring that experience into the classroom when students aren’t home sick. Several digital tools created for the classroom bring those exciting experiences to students with learning as the focus. Here are some of the ones I’ve found that I think are the best, along with pros, cons and what makes them different: Enseigner avec le numérique. Make Images, Videos and Web Stories for Free in Minutes.
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If we respect this axiom, the review and recycling of new language items will be critical if they stand a chance of becoming readily accessible in long-term memory. In fact, students do the majority of their forgetting shortly after the lesson and then the rate of forgetting diminishes. To avoid this lexical vanishing act, one solution offered is to follow the 'principle of expanding rehearsal'. Experts these days concur that learners actually need as many as 5 to 16 'meetings' with a new language item in a variety of contexts before it can be truly learned and activated for genuine use. 1. Divide the class into Teams A and B. Variation: To ensure a slightly quieter and less chaotic game, the teams can take it in turns. 2.
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