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Dan Carty posted a discussion

A really cool game about disaster preparedness

I made this game last winter. It's for higher level elementary, middle school, high school and Adult students. It's a combination of Monopoly, Sorry, and the Korean traditional game of Unori. Here is the link: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=d69447247921c71724fbb1a22d99cfa783fa08771cacda3d DanSee More
Jun 21, 2009

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ddeubel and Dan Carty are now friends
Jun 21, 2009
Dan Carty replied to Dan Carty's discussion '1st movie'
"David, I know I downloaded that great giveway, but I can't find it. I also noticed that even if you download the program. There is a time limit for installation. Is it possible that I could get a copy of the program too? If you install Belarc…"
Jun 18, 2009

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Ellen Pham left a comment for Dan Carty
"Hi Dan, thanks for the friendship! I'm sorry it took me so long to respond... I haven't been online much in the last month. It's wonderful to see the resources you are sharing with us here : )"
Jun 17, 2009

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Ellen Pham replied to Dan Carty's discussion '1st movie'
"Hey David- Save to Computer really is the way I do it (the only way that works if the end goal is to upload to ning). It produces a wmv file (there are a few other file type choices also). If you simply click save from the drop down file menu, then…"
Jun 17, 2009

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ddeubel replied to Dan Carty's discussion '1st movie'
"Ellen, the more recent version uses "Publish". Are you sure "Save to my computer" will PUBLISH? I think it will just save as a wmm file for editing. You have to go to File - Publish Movie But there are other options too Dan!…"
Jun 17, 2009
Dan Carty replied to Dan Carty's discussion '1st movie'
"Thanks, David. I tried the edit discussion and it didn't to change anything, Dan"
Jun 17, 2009

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Ellen Pham replied to Dan Carty's discussion '1st movie'
"I don't know if this helps Dan, but on my WMM it looks like this: I've underlined where you click to save your project as a movie. Like David said, just keep clicking next : ). First I save the movie to my computer, then I upload to…"
Jun 17, 2009

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ddeubel replied to Dan Carty's discussion '1st movie'
"Dan, When you use WMM - you have to take that MSWMM file and actually "produce as a movie". Click FILE and then scroll down and select Produce. Then follow the steps. Best to just use the recommended settings at first (just keep clicking…"
Jun 17, 2009
Dan Carty posted a discussion

1st movie

This is my movie effort with Tarheel Reader and Windows Movie Maker. I would welcome any constructive criticism.DanSee More
Jun 16, 2009

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Dan's folder in Mediafire

Is full a many interesting things. I work in an elementary school. I'm creating some things for my lessons that you can't find on the internet. I also teach a special advanced class. When I upload my files for a certain theme, you will find all of the files and docs that I used in my lesson preparation. So if you are teaching the same subject or theme, you won't have to search the internet like I do to find a certain file or document. I have almost all of the Magic English Videos and I will be uploading them in the near future. There is also an entire e-book library for downloading. I will be adding more books in the near future. There are also children's worksheets from A-Z, Middle, High school, and adult worksheets as well. There will more exciting games that I have made for a few of my classes and you can't find them anywhere else on the net because I make them up.
Here is the link: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=d69447247921c71777fa939bc57b6dfe12efaaecd3a8d484

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At 7:39am on June 17, 2009,
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Ellen Pham
said…
Hi Dan, thanks for the friendship! I'm sorry it took me so long to respond... I haven't been online much in the last month. It's wonderful to see the resources you are sharing with us here : )
At 6:25am on June 11, 2009, csagel said…
Hi Dan,

I found your resources in Media fire. I like the doctor role-play activity you made. It is a level that the kids in our school can follow and complete the task.
Thank you,

From,

Christopher
At 11:58pm on June 10, 2009,
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ddeubel
said…
Hey Dan,

Could you put up links to your materials here on your page. Just use a textbox - so member's can find your mediafire folder. Also, you might want to just start a discussion in the Sharing Resources forum and label it DAN'S BEST. There, put the link to mediafire and also a few of your most highly recommended resources...... This would help members find them/you!

thanks always,

David
At 10:52pm on June 4, 2009,
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ddeubel
said…
Dan,

Great stuff and yes, that is a much better way to present and let members find your materials. I'll be making a post about your materials and how to find them, mid month , in an emailing to members. Wonderful!

Enjoy the weekend, I hear the weather will be fine...

David
At 5:24am on June 3, 2009,
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ddeubel
said…
Howdy Dan,

Thanks for putting up stuff in mediafire. Members can get help there and you'll also be able to access stuff there in a pinch...

cheers,

David
At 10:22pm on May 17, 2009,
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ddeubel
said…
Hi Dan,

Great stuff! What you got to do is just put the files into the next discussion (reply). Others can comment below it. But also, when you click "Add Comment", it will upload the files but after it finishes, you have 15 min. to edit. Click your comment and then you will see an icon, a blank piece of paper. Click on it (it is beside the camera icon for photos). Then upload your file and repeat until you have all your files in one place...

The other option for sharing is to upload to our mediafire account. http://mediafire.com/eflclassroom ID/pw eflclassroom@mail.com / eflclassroom Just creat a folder for yourself called Dan Carty and upload. Add the link in a discussion here. Also just handy to do this for a backup of your files when you might need them online...

Hope this helps and yes, I will make a screencast about how to do this shortly! needed!

Cheers,

David
At 8:45am on April 15, 2009,
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Ellen Pham
said…
Hi Dan,

What a wonderful list of favorite things! Except for the health, they are all favorites of mine too (I know, I know, health should be a favorite!)

We have many teaching resources here that I hope you'll find useful and enjoy. Please visit our Welcome Page for lots of information about the community. Also, many handy tips for getting around this site and doing what you want to do can be found in the discussion, Using EFL Classroom 2.0.

There's always more to explore. If you are looking for a quick, effective activity, Lessons in a Can can't be beat. We have a big collection of Karaoke songs, especially suited for EFL use. There are many sources for professional development throughout the site (here's one big example!) ...and I'm always finding something interesting and new just by clicking around : ). Let me know if I can be of any help in finding or using a resource, it really is my pleasure.

When you have a moment, please share your experience and resources with us, too. Introduce yourself, share more about your country in our World Connections, start or respond to a discussion, post a video or blog- let's keep creating a great teaching and learning community together!

All the best,

Ellen

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