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4. Teflpedia WIKI

4. Teflpedia WIKI
What is a wiki? You're reading a wiki now. It is a repository of knowledge which can be edited by anybody—including you. The most famous wiki is, of course, Wikipedia, but there are many others. This kind of collaborative venture has proved to be amazingly successful, not least because it allows us all to add a bit of knowledge to the common good. Why use a wiki?

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3. Faces iMake - DIGITAL POSTERS How Can Teachers Use It? Faces iMake - Right Brain Creativity is a sure-fire way to get young minds thinking outside the proverbial box and off the proverbial page. Although it's ostensibly an art app, the gentle challenge to and encouragement of creative thinking crosses over into generalized learning. The FaceWorld community for kids to share their work or view others' inspires creativity and encourages collaboration. Though the options for the collages are not limitless, they are numerous. Maturitní témata - V časopise Bridge pravidelně publikujeme články k ústní části maturitní zkoušky z angličtiny. Nyní máte jednotlivá maturitní témata, která jsme v časopise zpracovali, k dispozici ke stažení (ve formátu pdf). Maturitní sloupečky

The Lista ciekawych narzędzi dla każdego nauczyciela Collection by Katarzyna Gorzedowska edshelf Lista ciekawych narzędzi dla każdego nauczyciela Curated by Katarzyna Gorzedowska Resources & Activities for National Poetry Month Think of anything children love to do – running through a playground, dressing up in costumes, scribbling art projects. All of these involve tremendous joy, access to materials, lots of choice, time for practice, and modeling (whether from adults in their lives or friends or television). The same conditions are needed to support young children’s development into a thoughtful, engaged reader. ~Christopher Lehman “Response: Ways to Develop Life-Long Readers” Larry Ferlazzo Via EdWeek One weekend morning as my 12 year old and his friends were waking up, I read a tweet by George Couros (@gcouros) and somehow mentioned it to the boys. He was asking for people to tweet “Twitter poetry” (poems in 140 characters or less).

50 Inspiring TED Talks For Teachers: An Updated List For 2014 50 Inspiring TED Talks For Teachers: Updated For 2014 by Sara Briggs The communication explosion reaches its peak when you explore the endless avenues running through TED Talks. Moreover, the title educator embodies many forms within these talks. Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty is the creator of Grammar Girl and the founder and managing director of Quick and Dirty Tips. A magazine writer, technical writer, and entrepreneur, she has served as a senior editor and producer at a number of health and science web sites. She has a B.A. in English from the University of Washington in Seattle and an M.S. in biology from Stanford University. Mignon believes that learning is fun, and the vast rules of grammar are wonderful fodder for lifelong study. She strives to be a friendly guide in the writing world.

Common Core State Standards Resources from Share My Lesson - Lesson Plans & Resources Welcome to the Share My Lesson Information Center for the Common Core State Standards. As well as a wealth of facts and statistics about the standards, you'll also be able to find aligned curricula and lesson plans, the latest news on the Common Core and relevant videos and links. In addition, you can access expert advice and opinions in our Common Core Forum, where you can ask or answer questions on the standards. Workshops Collaborative Writing Today’s students should be in the center of the teaching and learning process. Making room to collaborative writing will engage your students in an authentic project. Therefore requiring greater precision in the editing process. The web tools make it easy and possible for students to expand their creativity with peers, transfer what they’ve learned and share their work with an enlarged audience. We will guide you through a collaborative writing experience during the workshop, so don’t (...)

Past Continuous activities 1. Past Continuous Accusations This is not only a classic activity for the Past Continuous, but also an all time classic TEFL game. Students are given a list of strange actions and ask their partners to come up with innocent reasons why they were doing those things, e.g. “When I saw you, you were painting over your windows. Why were you doing that?” Supporting English Language Learners (Tools, Strategies and Resources) This site is intended for use by teachers, administrators and consultants working with English language learners. This site allows users to: Search the Alberta K-12 ESL Proficiency Benchmarks. Teaching the Teen Brain. By Bobbie Dunn Teenagers! How do you teach them? How do they learn best?

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