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Fun, in practice At the end of January, I wrote a post inspired by Volkswagen’s Fun Theory competition. (If you missed the original post, it’s here: The Fun Theory in Language Learning) As often happens, as soon as I had “fun” on the brain, I started seeing posts and information related to this topic all around me in cyberspace! Since fun is always a good thing to have on the brain, I’d like to share a few of the blog posts, discussions, and resources that I’ve enjoyed on this topic. One of ELT Chat’s January 27th Twitter discussions was dedicated to the Role of Humour in the EFL Class. Bruno Andrade explored the chat topic in greater depth with a post on his own blog. If you’ve ever visited Chiew Pang‘s A CLIL to Climb, you know that he takes his fun seriously! Aaron Nelson was inspired by my post to expand on the idea of fun in class with his own post, Spark: Why Make Fun Part of Your Class. Ceri Jones took the piano stairs video and used it as the basis for a lesson for. Have fun!
12 Free Online Quiz Makers to Create Online Quizzes | Training & E-Learning Zone for Quizzes I often receive a lot of questions about how to make online quizzes for free. Here is a collection of 12 free online quiz making applications I collect after days’ collection. These apps will help you make quizzes for online use for free. Do you know of any other free online quiz makers that can be helpful? ProProfs |QuizCreator | Classmaker | QuizBox | Google Docs | MyQuizCreator Quibblo | eQuizzer | Quizilla |Quizz.Biz | MyStudiyo | EasyTestMaker Wondershare Quiz Creator Wondershare QuizCreator is the powerful quiz maker software that enables trainers and educators to create Flash-based quizzes and surveys with multimedia objects. MyStudiyo is a free quiz creation and quiz sharing website for users to create great-looking quizzes for website or blog. Generally, these free online tools are good tools for you to create quizzes for free. Back to Top Tags: create quizzes, free quiz maker, quizzes
eQuizShow Online Templates THE FOUR SKILLS | TeacherMarija Thursday, March 22, 2012 Here are some tools that can help you build I. Listening activities 1. Acapela 2. 3. II. 1. 2 . 3. Click to view my tale. III. 1. 2. 3. IV. 1. 2. 3. Email This BlogThis! Posted by teachermarija Disqus Like Dislike Glad you liked it. Share No thanks Login Add New Comment Please wait… Image Showing 0 comments M Subscribe by email Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Wiwi Title Powered by Close window Minimize Toolbar Click here to see our Latest Facebook Updates Pin it! Pin it on Pinterest Click here to watch videos from our YouTube Channel Click here to view our photo gallery Click here to save and access your bookmarks Click here to contact us now Click here to learn more about this bar x Hi there! We really want to hear from you. Send us a voice message with any comments or questions. Original text Contribute a better translation
Language Arts Games - Grammar, Punctuation, Capitalization, Vocabulary Sheppard Software's Language Arts page features a variety of games for different grade levels. Elementary students (and anyone who needs a refresher) can play the animated grammar and punctuation games, which review basic punctuation and grammar concepts. This section is continually being refined and expanded, so check back often! Middle school, high school, and adult learners can review their SAT and advanced vocabulary through the SAT Words and Vocabulary in Context games. Memorizing a wide variety of important vocabulary words will really help you succeed in the verbal sections of the SATs and GREs.
ClassMarker: Online Tests and marking ImageQuiz Teach Up: Create a classroom that works for all students Teachers Helping Every Student Reach Their Potential: Teach Up I never get tired of reading the thoughts and ideas that Carol Ann Tomlinson shares with the educational community about how to meet students’ needs. Having seen her in action as a presenter, she is very captivating and convincing. The books and articles she has authored, many of which I have read, are scholarly, well-written, and lay out a vision for excellence in teaching. In the February 2012 edition of Educational Leadership, she co-authored an article with Edwin Lou Javius titled, Teach Up for Excellence. She begins with a reflection on the history of education, a history in which low-income and minority students were educated in learning environments far less enriching than those of their more privileged counterparts. The logic behind separating students by what educators perceive to be their ability is that it enables teachers to provide students with the kind of instruction they need. So what is their model? Like this:
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Bloom's taxonomy and English language learners Thinking Skills and English language learners English language learners should be asked critical thinking questions from all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. Some of the tasks on the taxonomy are difficult for ELLs because they lack the language and vocabulary to work in English. However, teachers need to ask questions from all levels of the taxonomy that are age appropriate and at the English language level of the English language learners. Examples at each level below come from Pa Lia's First Day by Michelle Edwards. Level 1: Knowledge. What did Pa Lia's brother do on the way to school? Level II: Comprehension. Why did Pa Lia dawdle on the way to school? Level III: Application. Why did Pa Lia send a note? Level 4: Analysis. How do we know Pa La felt nervous? Level 5: Synthesis. Pa Lia is a new student at school and she has no friends. Level VI: Evaluation. The vocabulary usually associated with evaluation may need to be simplified. Resource Picks