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Formativa arbetssätt för engelskundervisningen Jag samlar länkar för att utmana mig själv i det formativa arbetssättet och för att variera undervisningen och hitta rätt inlärningsstil för eleverna. Jag såg att vi är fler som vill utmana oss i det på blogghubben. Här kommer ett litet bidrag med de länkar eller arbetssätt jag just för tillfället kan bidra med. Den absolut bästa länksamlingen är gjor av IT-mamman, men även den på IKT-skafferiet är väldigt bra. Nedan har jag kategoriserat mina länktips efter rubrikerna muntligt (gäller både tala och samtala), skriftligt, lyssna, och läsa, men även grammatik och ordinlärning då det är centralt i språkinlärningen, samt övrigt: Muntligt För muntligt kan man testa Mystery Skype, Silent viewing eller att spela in sig själv på diverse program på datorn är kul, som Quicktime eller iMovie om man har tillgång till surfplattor. Här finns ett inlägg om att göra egna podcasts. Skriftligt Lyssna Läsa Läsning kan du också arbeta med online. Grammatik och ord Har du koll på de vanligaste orden i engelskan?

Kidlogger: Monitor Classroom Computer Activities On older computer systems, running this software as normal should work. However, after installing it on a Windows 7 machine, you may need to right click and specifically tell the computer to run it as Administrator. This insures that the software has the access it needs to take screenshots, record sounds and log the data to the local hard drive. Run Software as Administrator Keystroke Logger Control Panel When you first launch Kid Logger, the initial screen that opens is the control panel. The control panel is where you'll configure what to log, where to store the log files, view the actual log files, and it's also where you initiate the logging itself. General Options In the general options area is where you can configure exactly what the software will monitor. E-mail Options Under e-mail options, you can configure how the software delivers log files to a remote area. Sound Recording Screen Capturing Free Kidlogger Account Viewing Log Files Internet Logs

Games Enjoy Human rights education by playing our online games We offer a wide range of educational games provided by the United Nations and its Agencies, but also from Partners to our Campaign. Darfur is Dying Darfur is Dying is a viral video game for change that provides a window into the experience of the 2.5 million refugees in the Darfur region of Sudan. Players must keep their refugee camp functioning in the face of possible attack by Janjaweed militias. Click on either game to start playing Against all Odds There are refugees in virtually every country around the world and we hear about their plight on a daily basis through the media. This game lets you experience what it is like to be a refugee The above Game seems not to be accessible anymore. Watch this space as more Games will be on offer soon.

Countries Hurling is the ancient Irish national game. The 'shamrock': a three-leaf clover and one of the symbols of Ireland. The west coast of Ireland is mountainous and is often wet and windy which makes for a dramatic and wild coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. Ireland has two official languages: English is spoken by nearly everyone, while around 40% can also speak Irish (Gaeilge). Between 1845 and 1850, Ireland suffered from 'The Great Famine' when the potato harvests failed. Have you heard of Ireland’s ‘bog bodies’? Ireland has a rich cultural heritage and is famous for its music and storytelling. St Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, and is celebrated across the world on 17 March – but St Patrick wasn't actually Irish! Ireland has achieved international success in football and rugby, reaching the quarter-finals of the rugby World Cup many times. In the Bronze Age Ireland hosted its own version of the Olympic Games, over 1 000 years before the Greeks. Five interesting facts

Teaching Ideas - Free lesson ideas, plans, activities and resources for use in the primary classroom. Learning Activities / Spatial Concepts / Big and Small Click and drag on the animals below to move them around the page. Rearrange to compare sizes (Big, bigger, biggest / Small smaller, smallest.) Hit reload to play again. Illustrations Copyright 2000, Jerry Jindrich. All rights reserved. Know Your Rights Game - Children's Commissioner for Wales This is an interactive game about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Every child and young person under 18 has rights. These rights are in one big list called the UNCRC. Your challenge is to explore the community map collecting all your rights along the way. You must visit all four areas on the map and complete each challenge, to get across to the star-shaped island. You can also a read a text version of the game and afull list of rights.

Europe Facts | Kids World Travel Guide | Geography | Attractions | Fun Facts Our Europe Facts for Kids bring you lots of interesting and fun facts on the European continent. Europe is the second smallest continent in size and the third largest when we consider population. The European continent houses 50 countries and five countries that are not recognised by the European community. The continent is located mainly in the eastern hemisphere and completely in the northern hemisphere. Top 20 Europe Facts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. More Europe Facts 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Big Ben and Houses of Parliament Colosseo in Rome 11. Istanbul However, remember that Istanbul is a city which is located actually on two continents: the western part belongs to Europe while the eastern parts belongs to the Asian continent! Europe Facts: Other big cities in Europe are: Moscow (Russia) - 12.3 millionLondon (England) - 8.6 millionSt Petersburg (Russia) - 5.2 millionBerlin (Germany) - 3.6 millionMadrid (Spain) - 3.2 million Winter Palace in St Petersburg Did you know? 12. 18. 19. 20.

6 Useful tools for teaching and learning vocabulary I don’t know about you, but I always find that my learners need as much help in learning and retaining vocabulary as I can give them. I’ve been doing a bit of searching for online tools that can help me in this quest, and here are a few that you might also find helpful… Word bucket Word Bucket is a personal English dictionary, notebook and vocabulary learning game.It enables students to save all new words to their personal Bucket and learn them through fun tests and games – ideal for individual revision or class competition. It’s a perfect classroom tool for learning words. Sentence / paragraph scrambler Add text to a box and get it automatically scrambled for you. Omnilexica Omnilexica is a free online tool that aims to provide definitions for all English words and expressions, usage examples, pronunciation and other linguistic resources. Vocabulary handout maker with pictures on various topics This is a really cool app for generating worksheets. Crossword puzzle maker

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