Oh yes! There are conversations on Twitter held by Foreign Language educators every week. The PD and inspiration that can be obtained from them is outstanding. This post is all abut the chats and important language hashtags to know about.
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Here are some ideas for teaching words for transport – or about the topic of transport – using apps and mobile devices. The ideas are aimed at the EFL/ESL young learner classroom but can be adapted to other contexts.
This looks like a great tool to use over the summer holidays to create a digital record of your summer and to keep your English active. It could also be a useful tool to use as an ePortfolio of your learning. Upñoad videos and information into the timeline. Students can describe processes through time, or narrate events.
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