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Online Course Management System - FREE. Would you use it?

Started by ddeubel in Teaching and Methodology. Last reply by Mitchell Lee Feb 12. 7 Replies

I'd like to know how many teachers would use a completely free course management system , if offered here? Meaning, you can create a course there,…Continue

Tags: atutor, technology, online, ecourses, elearning


Started by ddeubel in Websites / links / access to new resources / communities.. Last reply by Nadeem Nawaz Jul 16, 2019. 102 Replies

We are now in our 3rd edition of "Site of the Day"! Hundreds of the best sites for teaching/learning. See #1 and…Continue

Tags: collection, list, web 2.0, resources, websites

ABCs - Alphabet Resources or Ideas?

Started by NEWS NOW in Teaching and Methodology. Last reply by Amelia Meirizka Jun 20, 2019. 73 Replies

I guess the alphabet is our bread and butter.Got any good ideas for teaching it or using it…Continue

Tags: children, abc, kids, phonics, reading

Learning Designs

Started by Elise in Teaching and Methodology Mar 27, 2019. 0 Replies

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


November 2010 Blog Posts (43)

On The Shoulders of Regular Joe Teachers

giants These few words today are in thanks to all those I've learned from. The thousands of teachers I've trained and spoken with, the thousands of teachers sharing online and who've I've "nudged mouses" with, the many teachers I've had the pleasure of joining in their own classrooms, the teachers who've I've corresponded with by email AND even the teachers I've never even touched bases with (for all knowledge flows, like water). Hat's off to you all.

We often think we rest on… Continue

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Merry Christmas!

On the VoiceThread, use any mic or phone and tell the 1st grade at Broadfording "Merry Christmas" in your language, tell us your language and country. Merry Christmas!!

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Supporter is a great way to compare phrases, chunks, collocations and even sentences. Having an argument about grammar and usage with a colleague or student? No problem, use and settle it for good. How the language is used, should be the measuring stick! will compare the two expressions using the vast corpus that is the internet. It will give you how often the phrase occurs and tons of…

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The #1 ... (song activity)

Number One ** Not your ordinary, endless list - just what's number 1.

Last One Standing

lastonestanding This game is fantastic! I've done it in countless teacher training sessions and with students. It's gotten so that other teachers when they see another teacher doing this with their students - tell me they know they must have been to one of my training…


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Halloween Witch -- Flash based storybook (14MB)

Hey everyone!!!

I've been away for a while. Actually I changed jobs, got married, and am going to have a baby soon. So things have been pretty busy.

Anyway, I did find time to finish a long time project that I'm sure all of you elementary school teachers will enjoy.

This is Halloween Witch. The story of a witch whose birthday is on Halloween. It's a really fun story best suited for younger audiences, 3-7 year olds.…


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Edublog Awards

Edublogs is the place where I have my public blog. I support them and keep my blog there to highlight them for other teachers. They are a great place to get students blogging!

They are hosting the annual Edublog awards for 2010. EFL Classroom 2.0 appreciates the nominations and awards we got from… Continue

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Randall's Cyber Listening Lab

Randall's Cyber Listening Lab is a great site for students to get LOTS of listening practice. All listening activities are leveled from Easy Medium Difficult and Very Difficult and are appropriately leveled in my opinion. A great compliment to our own Listening page.

After the listening portion, there is usually a short multiple choice quiz for… Continue

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ELT Games

ELT gamesis a nice "basic" resource site. All the resources are interactive and task based/conversation based. Students must use the information provided to communicate in "real" language terms. The teacher just needs to cut up the materials and distribute and explain (better demonstrate) the task well. I've always been a person who tells all the teachers I train that their best friend isn't a computer, a textbook or even a C.D - it is a pair of… Continue

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I love! If your students love text messaging (and most do), they will be motivated by this creative tool.

Transl8it simply takes real English and then supplies you with the text message translation. Simply put in the English and it spits out the text message. Copy this text…


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Powerpoints for grade one (grade ten) high school in Korea

These are some powerpoints that I've made to help in my lessons. They are not the entire lessons, just trying to take the textbook that I have to use and putting the content into a more interesting format for the students. I used the powerpoints for games, intros, dialogues, or to initiate discussion in the classroom about the topic.…


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Grade six elementary school

These powerpoints are based on the Korean grade six textbook.

Chapter 9:
How Was Your Vacation.ppt

Chapter 10:

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Language and Power - WTF?

wtf Today, I watched a CNBC episode of their new series "What the Future" (WTF). I'll refrain from commenting on their narrative and how they provide pleasant propaganda to the masses about helping those less fortunate. I find their message of "choice not charity" rather simplistic and self serving to their business clientele.

No, what hit me while watching the episode (about micro… Continue

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Recognizing a "Good" Teacher

I had a number of wonderful emails about my blog post - So I decided to make the blog post into a presentation.
(download here - with music - Being a good teacher

Also see my almost iconic presentation,…

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CreAte YoUr OwN InTerAcTive PosTers!( very funny )

Hey!I haven't been writing for almost 3 days .I have been so busy with

some stuff about my classes.Actually I have been creating my own

interactive posters for my students and now I am planning to create an

online classroom for my students.I came across with a great

website.Maybe some of you are familiar with that website but for those

who aren't, I will share it with you.It is… Continue

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The #1 ... (teacher training technique)

Number One ** Not your ordinary, endless list - just what's number 1.

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Loop Input

Loop input is an intuitive and practical teaching technique that many trainers use. I've given my share of teacher training workshops/presentations and it is something I include…

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Edublog Awards - My Thoughts

everyone's a winner I'm a competitive person so this post is REALLY hard for me. I'm the kind of guy who will compete to see who can stand on one leg the longest. I'm hyper competitive and work hard because I love doing so but also because of this "competitive streak".

So it has been a hard and painful road to realize that blogging and more generally "education" shouldn't be competitive. It already is so very competitive and we shouldn't make it more. That's why, concerning this year's… Continue

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An AMazing PronOunciAtion Website (Recommended)

Hi all!Yesterday I found out an amazing pronounciation website again.It is very instructive and free:)I highly advice you to run an eye over

it.To visit the website click here or click on the picture… Continue

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Quizlet - the ultimate ELT flashcard resource!

Quizlet I like for one important reason -- it shows the initiative and drive of youth. Quizlet is run and designed by a high school student! Yes, it started it based on his own need to study his French words in high school. And now look at what we have!

Teachers, students can go and practice. I've set up an EFL Classroom account and I'd like members to go there and create a quizlet. That… Continue

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SOHO Exchange

Sozo Exchange is a new video site for language learning. I am impressed by how clear the audio is and how well produced. Aimed at adult learners, the episodes focus on interviews and real language. Get a transcript to follow along. Unfortunately, they can't be embeded but you can download them thought they are quite large files. See the latest episode here or I've also… Continue

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TEFL - Non Stick Teaching

tefal I stumbled upon Alex Case's old blog post, "25 ways to get away with being a crap English teacher". Insightful list that I could add to. However, I'd rather focus on the positive so I thought I'd address the question posed in one of the comments;

How about a list of ’25 ways of being a good teacher’?

IMHO, teaching is a… Continue

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