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I have posted about Twitter a few times before. Twitter in Classroom part 1. ; Twitter in Classroom 2 ; Twitter in Classroom part 3 ; Updates: Facebook and Twitter in Classroom and Georgia Department of Defense: Tactical Guides of Social Media . This post share some examples of other available Twitter tools which gives extra boost on your tweeting. My top tool is TweetDeck . Best feature in TweetDeck is that i can see multible columns in one view, very quick look and i know whats happening, like example today i have 15 columns open.
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Don’t tell me you’ve never taught a lesson that’s gone wrong in your life… I simply don’t believe you. Lessons can go wrong for a wide range of reasons and in my humble opinion, your ability to pick up these situations and turn them around is one of the markers of a great teacher. There are several tricks you can have up your sleeve for remedying a lesson gone wrong, here are just a few:
There are several PowerPoint presentations available within the Guide to Grammar and Writing. These presentations make for rather hefty files and downloading may take some time over phone lines. Each presentation's size is noted below. Some Notes on the Use of PowerPoint Presentations The presentations listed above were prepared on a Macintosh with Powerpoint 98. We know that they work with that product installed on the computer (either PC or Macintosh), and we know that they work with Office 2000.
TOEFL Equivalency Table Do you find all of the different English language test scores confusing? Do you have trouble comparing a TOEIC score to a TOEFL score? Well, that's understandable because there are a number of different language tests and they all have different systems. Even the TOEFL Paper Based Test, TOEFL Computer Based Test (TOEFL CBT), and TOEFL Internet Based Test (TOEFL iBT) all have different scoring schemes. The table below shows comparisons between various test scores and level systems (like TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS) and the VEC level system.