5 Amazing Ways to Collaborate with Another Class

26/11/2013

From:
HollyEdTechDiva4
link

Could this be an idea to get kids to communicate with each other? Great ideas, check it out!!!

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The Telenovela Method of Learning Spanish (or any other language)

15/05/2013

From my favorite site Multilingual Living:
http://www.multilingualliving.com/2011/06/10/the-telenovela-method-of-learning-spanish-or-any-other-language/


Online Pen-Pals

23/04/2013

From an exchange on the TESOL list serve:

You’re right that it looks like a great place to meet
> language partners, but I’ve checked out that site (
> http://www.mylanguageexchange.com) and it offers practically nothing for
> free–you have to pay to be able to contact other learners. I was really
> disappointed by it when I signed up and saw its limitations. ****
>
> A totally free, very active site for language learning that I use with my
> students is The Mixxer (www.language-exchanges.org). It’s hosted by
> Dickenson College and has users from around the world studying a wide
> variety of languages. For more information on how I’ve used The Mixxer in
> my classes, check out a short article I wrote for *The Language Teacher*magazine at
> http://jalt-publications.org/tlt/departments/tlt-wired/articles/2008-jump-mixxer.
> ****


Language/ESL: Skype Sessions

09/01/2013

Wondering how you could do this? Read this article “Skyping school – one school uses computer program to connect with another” link


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