Narrable is a great tool which students can use to create short narrated presentations. It allows you to upload pictures, record your voice and share your presentation via email, Facebook, or by embedding it into a blog.
Wikiduca is the project of two creative Spanish young minds, David Anthony and Anton Popovine, who decided to work on this educational browser-game to help children learn English vocabulary through videogames.
Starting from the idea that children love video games, fantasy worlds and solving mysteries, David and Anton propose exciting quests and minigames for them. As children increase their vocabulary words, they gain more powers and new missions within the game. The key point is "learning by playing". Wikieduca is basically based on a business freemium model, that is, most of the content will be free except a small part of extras. You can read this news in Spanish.
This interactive cube creator will help your students to start their own story writing. It breaks the writing process into six distinct parts which will guide students to write their own biographies, mystery stories, short stories, and free planning of story, a blank template that they can customize.
Are your students struggling with some of the rules of English language? Then, you should recommend them to visit this website. They will find great infographics there which may help them to understand the language. The only problem is that the site is American and the rules may not always be appropriate for British English.
Designer Lessons is an EFL blog created by two English teachers, George Chilton and Neil McMillan, who share different lesson plans. With topics like ideal housemates, mobile technology, social media, freedom, happiness, among others, there are plenty of original lesson ideas you can adapt to suit your students' needs.
"Each of the stories is accompanied by activities to help with grammar, vocabulary and comprehension. To find all the chapters and activities in one place, click on the pages with the story titles. Most of the stories are suitable for pre-intermediate and intermediate EFL learners/Key Stage 3."
MusicEnglish is a free and non-for-profit website featuring music videos with subtitles (captions) in English which has been created by an English teacher. It includes worksheets with their answer key and a lot of ideas to use songs in the classroom with our students.
Storyboard That is a cutting edge Web 2.0 tool for rapidly creating amazing storyboards, no art skills needed. Great for business meetings and in the classroom for students to express their creativity.
Next 27th of June at 19:00 o'clock we will have the opportunity to learn new ways to effectively use the Internet in our English classes from Dr. Thomas Strasser.
Thomas Strasser is an experienced teacher, EFL and New Learning Technologies researcher and teacher trainer who has written a book with the same title, Mind the Map. His book includes a total of 5 chapters and 39 activities, tips and variations, some of which will be presented in the conference.
Speaking Image is an application for creating interactive images, adding notes and create drawings on it collaboratively. Anncreate groups and set editing permissions for public or restricted people for collaboration purposes. Plenty of room for creativity! What would you do with this tool in class? Feel free to share your ideas.
UtellStory is a multimedia storytelling tool and sharing community that your students can take advantage of to create their stories and express themselves. They can upload pictures, add text and even an audio narration to each slide. Finally, they can publish their work in the class blog.
Google Search for Education is a useful and interesting website for teachers and students. The site is aimed to teachers who want to help students learn how to use Google effeciently for learning and research. The site includes live training and lessons plans.
TED, the nonprofit organization devoted to "Ideas Worth Spreading has just launched TED-Ed -Lessons Worth Spreading which includes functions to create customized lessons based on videos from YouTube. Read the news here: http://missnoor.visibli.com/share/ZYRlJG
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