I was wondering what you all thought of learning designs pertaining to English language teaching? What are the ways in which you design your lessons to achieve better learning in your students?Continue
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.
Make sure you introduce yourself in our "introduce yourself" forum! Find others with common interests and Make Friends! Please upload a photo or icon for yourself – it helps make a better community! Further, find others by showing us where you are on our google 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.
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. Lots of games / stories / practice activities for review and self learning! Please create your ownWikis for learning and classrooms. http://eflclassroom.ning.com/
Please take a look at the EFL FAQ link on the main page for info and software.
Note our Media Fire unlimited file sharing for sharing / storing materials. ID: email@example.com PW: eflclassroom (new teachers please see the ESSENTIALS folder) . Please use our SHARING page to share/discuss resources of all conceivable categories.
Most of all, keep sharing and discussing. By contributing your expertise with the community you make all our jobs easier. Let others know about the great materials and community we are making. Always more, Always new!
Happy learning and teaching,
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