Numbers - English Game This is a small game for learning numbers in English. Students can click on the numbers to hear them spoken and see them written. The mini-game part allows students to practice listening and reading the numbers. While this game was primarily made for ESL students, young children may also find it useful. The main aim of this game is to practice using numbers in English. This is done through the mini-game part in which students listen to audio and then click on the matching number.
Build a Media Gallery With Your Students in 2013 One of the challenges of having students create videos, slideshows, podcasts, and other multimedia productions in your classroom is making sure that they are respectful of copyright. One way to avoid any worry about copyright is by having students use media that they have created from scratch. Of course, building up a gallery of media that is large enough for all of your students to use takes time. To start building up a gallery of images, sounds, and video clips that your students can use in their projects commit to a 365 project for 2013. This year have your students make daily contributions to a group media gallery.
Change the Way You Learn & Teach with 15 Educational Chrome Extensions A device that beat the iPad at the mobility game? Sounds impossible. Yet Chromebooks overtook iPads to become the bestselling educational device in the U.S market. Some of the pie can be credited to Google’s push with education. That push has turned into a street brawl as Apple, Windows, and Google try to capture young minds. Meme Generator The Fastest Meme Generator on the Planet. Easily add text to images or memes. Draw Add Image Spacing Upload new template Run Your Bingo Game Play virtual bingo free Share the Virtual Link below with up to 30 friends. They can play virtual bingo on any device or print out their bingo card. Virtual Link: mfbc.us/m/v9en9m Everyone who follows this link will get one of 30 random bingo cards. It's possible that two players will get the same bingo card.
Interactive PowerPoints - Technology Integration 5 Ways to Make Your PowerPoints Interactive Tic Tac Toe Game A great way to review new concepts is to create a Tic Tac Toe game slide in PowerPoint. In the example from a foreign language class to the right, images are used to represent new vocabulary. Press Space or double-click to edit Capture ideas at the speed of thought – using a mind map maker designed to help you focus on your ideas and remove all the distractions while mindmapping. Create unlimited mind maps for free, and store them in the cloud. Your mind maps are available everywhere, instantly, from any device. Brainstorm, create presentations and document outlines with mind maps, and publish your ideas online and to social networks.
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Business English May 1st, 2018 in Business English In this lesson we will take a look at some of the questions that you may be asked. Of course, there is no limit to the range of questions that could be asked during an interview. These 12 Tutorials Teach You How to Build an Interactive E-Learning Course It’s a fact that you CAN build effective elearning with rapid elearning tools. You’re not locked into linear, click and read content. All it requires is that you craft a sound learning strategy and get the most out of your tools. To demonstrate this, I deconstructed an effective elearning course originally built in Flash and then built a mock up in PowerPoint. In a previous post I shared how to create the graphic elements for that course in PowerPoint.
7 Tools for Creating Flowcharts, Mind Maps, and Diagrams This morning on Twitter I was sent a direct message from someone who was looking for recommendations for a free flowchart creation tool. Lucidchart was my immediate recommendation. Over the years I've reviewed a lot of other flowchart, mind map, and diagramming tools. Here is my updated list of suggestions for flowchart, mind map, and diagramming tools. Lucidchart is a mind mapping tool that can be used in your web browser or on your iPad. Storytelling: Present Perfect and Past Tense One of the best ways to practice storytelling in English is by sharing personal experiences. A common way to initiate stories is by posing (asking) a present perfect question starter to someone, such as “Have you ever…” The generic and unspecific nature of the present perfect (you can’t use “time expressions” in pp tenses such as: last year, this month, one day, yesterday etc.) allows a lot of room to ask follow-up questions and share stories. Below you’ll find a list of items I’ve taken from 52 Things to Try Once in Your Life. I’ve taken out a few topics from the deck, changed and added some of my own to make this activity as fun as possible. Please follow the instructions below.:) Step 1: Review the present perfect
Do Your Slides Pass the Glance Test? - Nancy Duarte by Nancy Duarte | 11:00 AM October 22, 2012 An audience can’t listen to your presentation and read detailed, text-heavy slides at the same time (not without missing key parts of your message, anyway). So make sure your slides pass what I call the glance test: People should be able to comprehend each one in about three seconds. Think of your slides as billboards. When people drive, they only briefly take their eyes off their main focus — the road — to process billboard information.