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Best tools and reflections to introduce creative and collaborative learning in education... especially in ESL
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Instant grammar checker - Fast, 100% FREE scans for your writing

Instant grammar checker - Fast, 100% FREE scans for your writing | Create: 2.0 Tools... and ESL | Scoop.it
Online grammar checker. You don't need to pay us, register or complete any test - you just copy-paste your text and see your grammar mistakes. Easy as pie!

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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 14, 2013 9:19 AM

I tested it as English isn't my mother tongue to improve my writing and I like especially the opening help window while clicking the highlighted errors. It reminds me the lost knowledge over the years and so I can refresh it.

Communica8GH's curator insight, January 14, 2013 6:37 PM

More in-depth than typical word processing. Has some prAACtical applications for sure.

Dolly Bhasin 's curator insight, January 14, 2013 10:20 PM

a gr8 tool!

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IdiomSite.com - Find out the meanings of common sayings

IdiomSite.com - Find out the meanings of common sayings | Create: 2.0 Tools... and ESL | Scoop.it

Useful site for studying idioms. It gives simple and accurate definitions to a good range of idioms.


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50 Tech Tasks For The English Language Classroom - EFL CLASSROOM 2.0

50 Tech Tasks For The English Language Classroom - EFL CLASSROOM 2.0 | Create: 2.0 Tools... and ESL | Scoop.it

Nice thread of 2.0 activities with online creative tools.


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A Day In The Life - EFL CLASSROOM 2.0

A Day In The Life - EFL CLASSROOM 2.0 | Create: 2.0 Tools... and ESL | Scoop.it

Nice short (2min 45sec) video, no speech, showing one man going about his day.

 

David Deubelbeiss suggests using it for speaking/writing about daily routines: "Ask students to describe (as you play) or write (during / after) what this guy does in his day. Nice, real context for practicing speaking about routines."  But it could just as easily be using for describing what is happening at the present time, to practice present continuous or for fluency.


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