I was just looking through LinkedIn and I came across this post from Nik Peachey: It's another great technology tip from him, an interesting site for creating fake text message conversations. However, not only is it a top tip but the article the post links to is packed full of great ideas for using the …
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An intersting blog post share from the ELTExperiences.com blog
Image Credit: Alexas_Fotos on Pixabay.com A quick Halloween activity for the classroom aimed at intermediate and higher level students with a focus on speaking fluency and revision of Halloween vocabulary. The idea for this activity came from a session I attended in September at the British Council's Annual Teachers' Conference in Bilbao. Silvia Benítez and …
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Just a quick resource share and update, the engaging classroom game Kahoot has recently introduced a single player mode, or homework mode as they are pushing it.
This now means that students can engage with the quizzes independently as a homework revision activity outside of the classroom on a single screen.
This is a short speaking activity based around the video 'iDoits' to get students talking about the effects of technology and consumerism on our lives
A favourite website and learning tool of mine, Quizlet, has just added a new feature. Now you can add diagrams for students to correctly label as part of learning sets.
Interesting article from Katherine Bilsbrough of the British Council on the topic of lesson planning Article link tinyurl link: http://tinyurl.com/yahd46vu
Here is a quick human bingo activity I prepared for some of my classes using the website myfreebingocards.com.
From the old Docs.com site and posted back on the 7th September 1016.
This Sway lists some of my favourite resources for use in English Classes
This is a post that I originally published, but never really finished, back in September 2016 on my old Docs.com blog.
The post looks at some of the digital tools that I was and for the most part still am, using on a regular basis.
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