A random gap-fill is always generated automatically based on your text in textivate. And because it is randomly generated, the gaps change each time the exercise is loaded. But this screen creates an extra gap-fill exercise where you decide which words are gapped. Click on the words in the text below to toggle between gapped / ungapped. A gapped word appears as underlined on this screen (and with [#] in front of them on the textivate edit screen - you can add gaps manually in this way if you prefer). You can have more than one word per gap: first make 2 consecutive words gapped, then click on the '+' symbol to join / unjoin.
Share: Description: Two child-friendly music Apple apps. A sound sampler which record sounds and play them back to make interesting ‘music’, the other is drum machine.
Fundamentally, assessing multimedia projects is no different from assessing a traditional project, writing assignment or presentation. The primary difference between traditional assessment and assessing multimedia projects created with technology and web 2.0 tools is that one must consider the unique features and possibilities associated with a specific medium. A podcast for example has a unique set of possibilities that are entirely different from a wiki. Whereas, a wiki would have a completely different set of expectations and requirements when compared to a student video project. When assessing student work created with technology, it is important to consider the learning curve that is typically associated with using a new technology.
Where Can Students That Don't Speak English Get Help (In The US)?
Where Can Students That Don't Speak English Get Help (In The US)? Even with the financial meltdown in the U.S.A. many people still consider this the promise land. Many foreign nationals still wish to enter the United States and start a life there with their families. So when they get approved and find a job, they bring their kids who do not have any iota of capability to speak English. In cases like this, the parents have options to enroll their kids or even themselves in English language schools in the U.S.
Free Clip Art for Teachers
More and more teachers are scavenging the web, searching for free clip art for classroom use. Here's my list of websites that offer free clip art that teachers can use: Another great place to find clip art for teachers is at Graphics from the Pond. They have the cutest borders and themes to put quality cuteness into whatever you make - like name tags, Valentine's Day Cards, etc.
ESL Song Lessons - tefltunes.com - Songs For Discussion
ESL and EFL teachers looking for inspiration to stimulate class discussions will find this list of songs to teach ESL topics we’ve compiled a useful resource. Highlighted are songs available as complete ESL song lesson plans here on tefltunes.com. Business & Money Songs about jobs & work Shania Twain / Not Just A Pretty Face (lyrics) Dolly Parton / Nine To Five (lyrics) The Kinks / Nine To Five (lyrics)
Home of free rubric tools
Welcome to iRubric iRubric is a comprehensive rubric development, assessment, and sharing tool. Designed from the ground up, iRubric supports a variety of applications in an easy-to-use package.
Looking for new ideas for how to set up student classroom desks? You have come to the right place! This site is designed to give you some new ideas and fresh perspective for our classroom set up!
Funny Newspaper Generator with Your Own Picture
Use this free online newspaper generator to create your own spoof newspaper articles. Just upload a photo and add your own text. Here’s an example of what your funny newspaper article will look like: The actual page will be full US letter size, and you can download it as a high quality pdf to print on your home printer. You can upload your own photo to use, and type your article (or copy one of our example funny articles from further down the page).
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