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eTools for Language Teachers

eTools for Language Teachers
Please take a moment to visit my other websites when you get a chance: This blog is designed mainly for beginner French students and their teachers. You will notice that most of the websites are interactive, free, ad-free, and do not require any registration. This collection can be used by teachers in class, or for individual students on their own computers, either in school or at home. Please let me know if any of the links do not work or if there is anything inappropriate. Also please email me if you have an interactive website to recommend:

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eTools for Language Teachers: Videos Click here for a document explaining how to create your own YouTube channel.Click here for a document explaining how to download YouTube videos. 1. My YouTube videos 3. French Interactive Readings • French Click on a reading below. The reading will begin to play. The 31 Educational Web Tools Every Teacher Should Know about Below is a list I have been working on for the last couple of days. This list features some interesting web tools for teachers keen on integrating technology into their instruction and work routine. I did my best to included as many tools as possible. There are loads of web platforms that are educationally focused and to contain them all in one list is way beyond the scope of a short blog post like this , therefore I selected only what I deemed the most important. I hope you ll enjoy the selection.

YouTube's Mobile-Friendly Cards Will Replace Annotations YouTube annotations – often useful uploader addendums, other times annoying distractions. Today though, the video platform is announcing a new and improved tool: cards. Cards are like interactive annotations that allow creators to add outside links and images in addition to information. Like annotations, they can be set to pop up at any time. The most important change however, is perhaps that they finally make in-video notes from the uploader viewable on mobile devices.

start [Technology Enhanced Learning Answergarden] Welcome to the TEL technology-enhanced research (TER) wiki, an activity of the ESRC TEL Programme's TER Thematic Strand! This repository of resources is designed to support colleagues who are conducting e-learning research or evaluating digital technologies in teaching and learning. Browsing the resources might trigger ideas for enhancing and innovating your TEL research. The hope is that researchers will discover useful resources and also contribute and share new ones with their colleagues. Use this Wiki to share resources and ideas with your TEL colleagues and to grow the resource for the benefit of all.

Blog French Sports Vocabulary: 200 Football Terms and Expressions Sports is easily among the topics that people love to discuss, argue, butt heads, or bond over immediately like brothers-in-arms. Whether or not you’re in a pub in a French-speaking city, in the dining table discussing with French-speaking friends, or watching a World Cup game in your couch, French words for sports can surely come […] Continue reading Vote for Talk in French Voting is very simple.

Core French 5 to 12 (2001) Skip to main content | Skip to navigation | Accessibility Statement Text Size Advanced Search Help Contact Us Quick Links Il filo di Arianna. Rivista on line per la didattica nelle scuole superiori (ISSN 2036-8458) - Applicazioni per la didattica Docear "Docear is a unique solution to academic literature management, i.e. it helps you organizing, creating, and discovering academic literature. Among others, Docear offers: A single-section user-interface that allows the most comprehensive organization of your literature. Guide to Google Apps for the iPad - Google Now (Google's intelligent personal assistant.) - “Okay Google,” hands-free searching (better than Siri). - Integration with other Google apps. - Sync bookmarks and tabs across devices. - Voice Search - Omnibox - Integration with other Google apps. - Better and faster than native Mail app. - Connect and check multiple accounts in one app. - Better and faster search options. - Links open in Chrome. - Integrates with other Google apps. - Remotely access and control your computer. - Set-up all of your computers for remote access.

What Teachers Make My academic year has come to an end and it is time for reflections and professional development. As I take the opportunity to do pd, reflect on the past teaching year and what I would like to do better in the next semester, I also ask what our role is today as educators in this fast paced changing world. Like many others, I don't know what learners will be required to do in the year 2021 and even less in 2031. I don't know what the world will be like then nor what challenges todays learners will have to deal with.

French War and Military Vocabulary Unfortunately, to follow the news in French, this bilingual French English war and military vocabulary may come in handy. War = La Guerre (not la gare) La guerre – war. Watch out for the pronunciation since I hear many students mistake “la gare” (A sound = the train station) with “la guerre” (ay sound). Peace = La Paix This weird French word ends in a silent X, and is pronounced like “pay”. Jack Hunt School - French Primary Resources Select Language Powered by Translate Technology in the Classroom Let's get some technology resources together for teachers. Here are just a few: 1) 27 Apps that have changed my Teaching and Learning Practice 2) What do you want kids to do with technology? 3) 9 Powerful (And FREE) Tools To Boost Summer Learning 4) 10 Exciting Ways to Use Mobile Phones in the Classroom

inklewriter - Créer histoires interactives Education inkle is looking to bring interactive stories to the classroom, and give teachers free and simple get-stuck-right-in software to use with their students. From within a web-browser, the inklewriter will let students make and play interactive stories with no programming required. Why make stories interactive anyway? The way our stories work is simple: the reader is given the text of a story in a small chunks, and after each, they get to make a decision about what happens next. That could be what a character says, or does - but it could also be a deeper choice, like why a character has done what they've done, or how they feel about something else in the story.

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