Hi David Maybe its obvious to some but I'm not sure how to play and I also want to create a top 5 game as well. What is the point of it. There are always 5 answers. Do the students guess according to…Continue
Hi people, i'm doing a research on whether is good for English language teachers to use the L1 of the students or the target language (English) when teaching in the classroom. So i would really…Continue
I'd like to share in this forum and would like others to share, short stories that might apply to education / teaching and that will inspire. I believe stories and a narrative are powerful, whether…Continue
Hi Antonio! I will be working in Espejo, a small village near Córdoba. I passed the public exams two years ago and this is my first "destino definitivo" (I don't know exactly how to express this in English). I'm really happy of it because I really enjoy using new technologies in class and this is also a TIC High School with lots of projects. My web is:
I'm happy to know those resources are going to be useful for your classes.
I'm working in a secondary school in Zafra (Badajoz) and we've been applying for a bilingual section in our school for 3 years!! I hope we could have one this year and I will continue adding information about bilingual education in my wiki.
I would like you to share resources with me if you don't mind! Do you have any web page, wiki or blog? Otherwise you could start thinking about that, Wiki is my favourite option, easy to use, colborative and participative!!!
Hi Antonio! Excellent resources on bilingual education! I'm going to work in a bilingual high school in Espejo, a small village near Córdoba, and your information will be very useful for our school! Thanks for sharing!
Take your time! So much out there that can help language teaching..... you are right that social networks like Ning and also voice applications like Chin Swing offer the most potential for teachers. I love Chin Swing because it is so simple and you can easily put up a class Chinswing thread and have students record.
Also check out the threads on here about voicethread. I 'm a big fan of this. Really useful.
Greetings. Welcome to EFL Classroom 2.0! I hope you'll find a great "home" for learning and teaching. I look forward to your own contribution here. By sharing and learning from one another, all our jobs get easier.
That's a great wiki you have! I found you on the map, not far from Seville. I'll add your wiki to our member's blog / wiki directory. Take a look at the other blogs there and make some friends/pals. Lots of great ones.
Make sure you introduce yourself in our "introduce yourself" forum! Find others with common interests and Make Pals by inviting members to be your friend! And if you want, show others where you are from on the Frappr map.
When you have a moment, personalize your homepage, click around and see a lot of great videos, presentations, links to resources (games/readers/karaoke) pics and music. Share in the forums and put up or link to your own blog. Check out our great Buzka library of links. You have unlimited photo storage and can make your own albums and slideshows. Even chat to my double, Dave the "bot".
Join a “classroom” that interests you or form your own! Also, Ning offers a multiple login feature so that you can register a class page and all your students/faculty can access through the same pw/id and use the content. You can even start your own classroom here for your students in our groups.
In the new year, an improved resource site with everything for teaching will arrive –
Please take a look at the EFL FAQ link on the main page.
Note our Media Fire unlimited file sharing for sharing / storing materials. ID: firstname.lastname@example.org PW: eflclassroom
You may also download many videos (karaoke/teaching and readers) at vimeo with the same password. Our new video preview player also allows both full screen and downloading. Click the arrow.
Most of all, keep sharing and discussing. By contributing your expertise with the community you make all our jobs easier, better.
"Teaching is the art of assisting discovery."
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