Is it hard to motivate your students sometimes? Are you looking for a way to create more classroom "togetherness"? Looking for a unique way to review material and informally assess student's language acquisition/level? Look no further than this fun and so practical game by a great history teacher, Andrew Field.
Neat little widget from Answers.com. After embedding the widget double clicking on anyword will popup a window which includes a sound file of the word, definitions and fast facts.
Heres what the popup looks like on our school efl network…
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I hope member of the EFL Classroom 2.0 community will contribute posts from their blogs to the next ESL/ELL/EFL Carnival. Any posts, from teachers or students, that you think are particularly helpful or insightful to second language learning would be appreciated. The deadline is November 30th:
You can get more info at the ESL Carnival.