Learning Technology for EFL ESL up date
- Hi All
This is just a quick up date on my logging activities. Hope you find something useful here.
I'd like to say thank you to all the people that have sent messages of
support for the launch of my new Daily English Activities site for
There are now 14 activities live on the site. These are
tasks which students can do online to improve their English each day.
Or teachers can print the task sheets and get their students to do them
in class or for homework.
You can see the sitemap with all the activities listed here: http://tinyurl.com/3udpga
my technology blog for teachers, I've been looking at a number of
technologies to see how they can be used for developing language.
been looking at a tool which analyses texts for word frequency and then
produces a rich graphical representation of the text.
You can see some suggestion here for how to exploit that: http://tinyurl.com/5uh2kk
also published a new batch of Second Life video tutorials along with
suggestions for how to create photo assignments for students:
also found a new site which allows students to create AI based chat
bots and have suggested a range off activities that students can do to
create their own chat bot;
also published a list of some of my favourite education related blogs
which provide much of the information that I use in my blog postings.
if you just want some daily quick links to what's new in education and
technology then be sure to check my Quick Shout blog at:
here's just a few of the postings from rent days:
Find out about a Web browser designed for Kids
Get a free course on how to use GMail
Explore a wonderful tool for creating multimedia projects
help your students understand more about environmental problems by getting them to play computer games
last but not least, help your students to develop their vocabulary with
this wonderful interactive vocabulary development site:
I hope you find these useful. All the blogs I publish are free and
carry no advertising and where possible all the resources I link to are
also free or at least have a free option.
Nik Peachey | Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer