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English Conversation Practice - Applications Android sur Google Play

English Conversation Practice - Applications Android sur Google Play | Web tools for oral skills | Scoop.it
"English Conversation Practice" is a helpful app to practice english conversation for everyone. With more than 2000 english conversations categorized in 2 le...
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It is possible to be portable once it is an app.

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BBC Learning English - Learning English

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BBC Learning English: general/business English, grammar, vocabulary, pronounciation, quizzes, themes, and much more!


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Never too early to put focus on communication with children - Springfield News-Leader

Never too early to put focus on communication with children - Springfield News-Leader | Web tools for oral skills | Scoop.it
Critical tips for what to do, not do with youngsters
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Debating is a skill that can be learned with practice - South China Morning Post (subscription)

Debating is a skill that can be learned with practice - South China Morning Post (subscription) | Web tools for oral skills | Scoop.it
"When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser," Socrates said. This quotation is a favourite of a friend of mine who is a native English-speaking teacher (NET) colleague and fellow debating coach....
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Describing People | English Conversation Practice | ESL - YouTube

This might be a little hard | Let me know how you did Here is my eBook for 25 Short Simple Conversations. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MT6OZ54 For those of yo...
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Very interesting and call the attention because it is fun!

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[v] vs. [b] | English Pronunciation Lesson for Spanish Speakers | La ...

[v] vs. [b] | English Pronunciation Lesson for Spanish Speakers | La ... | Web tools for oral skills | Scoop.it
ElementalEnglish.com is your resource for free English language and pronunciation lessons: Free Online English Language Lessons, 無料オンライン英語教材, 免费在线英文课程, 免費在線英文課程, मुफ़्त ऑनलाइन ...
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Developing Communication Skills With YouTube & iPad Videos

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Ginger Gregory is the Gifted Resource Teacher at Lakeview Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, and currently has 117 videos on her classroom YouTube channel. Ginger has used the six iPads in her c...

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It brings a little of a classroom to call the user´s attention.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 28, 2013 6:41 AM

Worth checking out.

Thays Miranda's curator insight, November 15, 2014 1:00 PM

Youtube is considered such a great tool in the development of oral skills. It is very easy to use it, and students feel more interested and motivated in learning through the use of this technological tool.

Jéssica Cristiny Campos's curator insight, November 19, 2014 9:57 AM

Youtube became so common among our students and they became familiar with it. So, what about using it in the classroom? Look to this experience at the Lakeview Elementary School in Yukon.

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Decoding, oral comprehension, vocabulary: three key literacy skills for primary schools in priority areas

Decoding, oral comprehension, vocabulary: three key literacy skills for primary schools in priority areas | Web tools for oral skills | Scoop.it
What types of skills do first-year primary school children in education priority areas need most to learn to read?

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It tries to solve primary children´s needs.

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, November 22, 2013 2:27 PM

What types of skills do first-year primary school children in education priority areas need most to learn to read? To find out, a team of researchers at CNRS and the universities of Grenoble, Paris Descartes and Aix-Marseille conducted a study of 394 children in ZEPs (1) administered by the Académie de Lyon at the end of their first year of school. The results show that, of all the factors involved in their reading comprehension skills, three played a predominant role: decoding ability, oral comprehension and vocabulary. Published in the November 8, 2013 issue of PloS ONE, these findings were obtained in collaboration with the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Geneva. The report also underlines the importance of evaluating and cultivating these skills starting in the first year of school in order to improve children’s reading comprehension.