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MacMag Online: Authoring tools on the Web Authoring tools on the Web In a time not so long ago, authoring tools would have been considered to be a set of pens and a blank sheet of paper. Then came the digital age. Fun Games for Teaching English Vocbulary, Grammar, Spelling, ESL Games Memory Games This site features the best ESL concentration games to help students master English vocabulary and grammar. These vocabulary games help students develop good word recognition, listening, reading and spelling skills. Sentence Monkey This ESL activity helps students practice sentences and grammatical structures in a fun way. Students drag and drop words to finish and form correct grammatical sentences.
“Jump Around!” The Benefits of Movement in the Online Learning Process We have all been there– sitting in class or a meeting, and after 20 minutes our knees begin to feel stiff, our lower backs start to pinch, our feet suddenly want to squirm. Soon, our attention shifts from the task at hand to the agonizing need to simply stretch. Nothing is worse than sitting in a statuesque-like pose and trying to maintain focus. The same can be said for those in online learning classrooms. Notice that the cringy example progressed from physical stiffness, aches, and discomfort to mental distraction from the material. That is why it is imperative for us teachers to incorporate some sort of motion, movement, stretch, or exercise into the curriculum for our students.
Evidence-Based Argument Lesson Plans 200 Prompts for Argumentative Writing Prompts by category for the student who can't think of anything to write about. Are You My Mother? An Opinion Writing Unit This 5-lesson unit uses the Langston Hughes poem "Mother to Son" and a portrait to emphasize facts and opinions. Film: The Proposal Romantic comedies are not my favorite kind of movie, but they usually have great scenes for grammar. This one is no exception. I think this is one of the funniest scenes involving dogs that I have ever seen. Using photos in the classroom #2 – inspiring role play In last month’s post, we looked at how you could make the most of the ‘surprise factor’ when using a photograph in class. This month, we’ll be exploring how images can help inspire role-play activities that will get your learners thinking and speaking. Don’t forget: each month we’re sharing one of the striking images used in our new course Cambridge English Empower, and asking you to share how you’d use that image in the classroom. You can enter that competition here. One of the best things about a really striking photograph is how it can take the viewer outside their own experience and into someone else’s world.
CLOE - Brock University - Learning Objects Ontario's Co-operative Learning Object Exchange, is a collaborative initiative of Ontario universities and colleges to develop an innovative infrastructure for the joint design, development, testing and sharing of multimedia-rich teaching and learning resources. The key innovation in CLOE is the creation of a virtual market economy for engaging multimedia to support online learning. Each institutional member engages in some aspect of the development of multimedia teaching and learning resources to address instructional challenges that are shared by the other partners. Each institutional member participates in the peer review process, reuses and provides feedback on objects from the repository, or builds and contributes educational multimedia to the co-operative exchange. All members can use resources developed by the other institutions in return. The virtual market encourages collaboration across institutions to pool ideas and co-ordinate development.
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