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Description Flashcardlet is a free, easy-to-use studying application with material for any class or standardized test. You can also create and share your own. It is the best way to study on any iOS device. Other flashcard apps can't handle device syncing, web-editing, large decks, sharing, images, intuitive gestures, or even manage to show nice looking cards. Flashcardlet feels like a real deck of flashcards and does not get in your way. Collaboratively creating and sharing study material does not get easier than Flashcardlet. From grade school to law school, Flashcardlet is the perfect studying tool for any subject. Features: -Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. -Create new decks of flashcards quickly and easily. -Effortlessly use multiple devices including iPhone, iPod, iPad, or the web to study and edit your cards. -Store or share your decks using Dropbox or E-mail -Download flashcard decks from Quizlet. -Study Quizlet flashcard decks with high-resolution images. Squashed a few bugs.

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Flashcards Deluxe - Apppicker apps 307840670 Flashcards Deluxe is an easy to use, yet powerful flashcard app which you can use to study just about anything you want. I use this app for my own Chinese studies, and am constantly improving it to make it better for myself and others. iTunes store Staff Favorite (December 2009)10/10 - theiphoneappreview.com

Tongue Twisters Tongue Twisters TONGUE TWISTERS WITH “P,” “B,” and “V” · Elizabeth has eleven elves in her very big backyard boulevard. · Peter batted better than Pat poured butter, so Peter told Pat he batted poorly and better pour the butter better before he batted. · Vivian believes violent, violet bugs have very big value. · Vern VanBevy vowed to buy his beauty Vivicka a Victorian home on Value Avenue.

Stacks Flashcards Master the 1000 most important GRE words with the highest-rated free flashcards for your Android phone. Practice every day to improve your vocab knowledge. Study to rectify your benightedness and prepare to trounce the GRE verbal section! ☞ 1000 vocab words picked by an expert GRE tutor☞ Definitions and example sentences for every word☞ Decks for every difficulty level☞ Track your progress as you study☞ Smart algorithm focuses your practice for efficient learning This app gives you free access to all of Magoosh’s GRE flash cards. Sign in with a Magoosh account (or create a new one) to save your progress to the web. Three ways to use iPads in the languages classroom The thought of using iPads in the classroom might leave some teachers squirming: another change to contend with; another expensive gimmick that will end in tears. But the iPad has the unique ability to provide almost complete freedom of outcome without impinging on a teacher's personal style. In my classroom, iPads act as a:

The 60-Second Guide To How Flashcards Actually Work In the era of digital everything, it’s often easy to lose some of the tried-and-true methods of learning. If you’re like me, you used flashcards a pantload while studying for quizzes, tests, the SATs, etc. But why? Why did you use flashcards? Because, apparently, they work. According to a new infographic from the folks over at Course Hero, flashcards burn the information right into your brain. 10 Most Common Rookie Mistakes in Public Speaking Don't make these rookie mistakes—learn how to give great presentations and become a better presenter. In this guest post, Terry Gault, Managing Partner and Vice President of The Henderson Group, provides insight into how to become a better presenter by avoiding a few common mistakes. Terry oversees all curriculum and services at The Henderson Group. In addition he is responsible for the selection, training and development of all trainers and facilitators for The Henderson Group, and has been an instructor with the Henderson Group for over 15 years. Having coached clients on presentation skills since 1997, I’ve noticed some clear patterns in the behavior of inexperienced presenters.

Flashcards for Valentine’s Day Today’s Flashcard Friday post is all about Valentine’s Day! If you’re a longterm subscriber who already has a set of our Valentine’s Day cards, please revisit this section. We’ve added a bunch of new images to our Valentine’s Day set. If you aren’t a subscriber yet, February is the perfect month to join the library! If you have any additional ideas for using Valentine’s Day images or flashcards in the classroom, please leave a comment for teachers. Thanks!

The Mysterious Origins Of 21 Tech Terms We use 21st century tech terms like hashtag, stream and mouse with casual indifference, but how did these words get to be so commonplace in our everyday vernacular? We know the origins of Superman (kryptonite), Spider Man (radioactive spider), and Batman (rich boy’s revenge) but not “podcast”, “spam”, or even “hacker”. So I looked at 21 common tech terms that have been downloaded into our collective hardware and decoded them. Bluetooth The 10th century King Harald Gormsson is known for uniting all of Scandinavia — and having one gnarly tooth so rotten, it looked blue. Hence he earned the nickname “Bluetooth”.

Flashcards Maker Pro ™ Andriod division winner of 2011 Best App Ever Awards in the Educational Category. Recognized as "Top 8 Android Apps for Education" by Mashable.com. Lauded as "Top 10 Droid Apps for Education" by eSchool News. What Are You Going to Wear? Party Plans Pair Activity What are you going to do for New Year’s Eve? Are you going to go to a party? What are you going to wear? I’m going to hang out with my family and my best friend. We’re going to stay home in our pyjamas and play games (probably some Heads Up!). It’s going to be so relaxing and fun!

Dictionary.com Flashcards Master the 1000 most important GRE words with the highest-rated free flashcards for your Android phone. Practice every day to improve your vocab knowledge. Study to rectify your benightedness and prepare to trounce the GRE verbal section! ☞ 1000 vocab words picked by an expert GRE tutor☞ Definitions and example sentences for every word☞ Decks for every difficulty level☞ Track your progress as you study☞ Smart algorithm focuses your practice for efficient learning This app gives you free access to all of Magoosh’s GRE flash cards. insight Top 10 Tips: Writing Students often find it difficult to engage with reading and writing instruction and practice, particularly when large, intimidating texts are involved. This is the second in our series of insight blog posts, aimed at helping teachers to overcome this problem. Here are the Top 10 Tips for Writing, from teacher-trainer Olha Madylus. Writing is the most difficult of the four language skills. In order to write well, students need to not only have mastery of grammar, a large bank of vocabulary, know how to structure texts, and be able to plan and edit their own writing – they also need to have ideas, opinions and imagination. They are also expected to write things they would never normally write in their own language, let alone in English.

Printable Flash Cards for Vocabulary Words-with Photographs Sluggish Sluggish audio/easy/sluggish.mp3 adjective lacking energy; inactive Blogs, Articles and Videos from the World's Top Thinkers and Leaders A small startup company called Extrality is working on augmented reality flashcards for phonics. They’re calling them SmashCards. The idea is to embed interactivity into what look like ordinary flashcards, thus (hopefully) enhancing children’s phonemic awareness and understanding. When a SmashCard is held up to a webcam, relevant graphics or videos can pop up on the computer screen (e.g., the T and the EA are fluttering butterflies): The system also can tell when SmashCards are combined and can even determine what order they’re in. For example, T + EA shows a person with a cup of tea, while EA + T shows a video of someone eating.

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