del 4: Ordmoln – JL Skolutveckling Ordmoln är ett verktyg som kan användas till olika saker. De kan hjälpa till att analysera en text t ex genom att synliggöra vilka ord som är vanligast förekommande i texten. Den informationen kan sedan hjälpa eleverna att utveckla sitt skrivande. På samma sätt kan man t ex synliggöra vad som står i läroplanen i ett ämne eller i någon annan text (eller på en hemsida). Ordmoln går även att använda som ett estetiskt uttryckssätt. Spanish Proficiency Exercises Spanish Proficiency Exercises is a compilation of brief video clips in which native speakers of Spanish from various locations throughout Latin America and Spain demonstrate various language tasks. The objective of the exercises is to provide students of Spanish with the necessary tools to be able to talk about the same topics in Spanish. In order to do, this Spanish Proficiency Exercises contains five major components. First, there is a simplified video clip. This simplified version is scripted, the native speakers talks slower, and he or she uses simpler words and less slang.
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R.I.P. Ghost Hunter I have really sad news. I tried my damnest to find the Ghost Hunter from the BBC Archives. After my visit to their offices in London, I had direct contacts with several BB/CBBC Staff who tried to help me, until they found the one in charge, who couldn’t. Some extracts from the letters are cited here: “The programme was produced for the BBC by Zenith North, who are no longer trading… …Sorry not be able to help any further. What students say about acquiring vocab through reading I love asking for student feedback. So after our classes read El Escape Cubano or El Capibara Con Botas I asked for student feedback using google forms. Both of these books include many cognates, but I also wanted students to hear the correct pronunciation of the words, so we listened to the audiobooks. The main comment was that students could hear the proper pronunciation but also the tone of the reader also helped their comprehension. I’ll be interested in seeing how this affects if more students will use the audiobooks during our FVR time this year. See full student responses here.
Mexican Grandmother creates a YouTube channel to teach homemade recipes. It already has 265 thousand subscribers - The Mazatlán Post “From my ranch to your kitchen,” is Mrs. Angela’s humble program. It shows us that the culinary legacy of older adults can also be shared through social networks. We live criticizing the ‘influencers’, those people who most of the time seem to have a kind of life when it really isn’t, constantly dislike us. There are also the ‘YouTubers’, those girls who show a world of fantasy and quite artificial or unauthentic, be careful for those who love all this, but there are those who opt for something more real. And the reception has been much better than expected, has only one month on YouTube and already has 265 thousand subscribers with thousands of visits.