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Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Exploiting WORD for language learning purposes

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  • vstevens@emirates.net.ae
    Dennis, You could check this out http://www.vancestevens.com/wordproc.htm or if you re in China, its mirror: http://www.prof2000.pt/users/vstevens/wordproc.htm
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 5, 2006
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      Dennis,

      You could check this out
      http://www.vancestevens.com/wordproc.htm

      or if you're in China, its mirror:
      http://www.prof2000.pt/users/vstevens/wordproc.htm

      I think for the suggestions on making links with word and some of the
      others more appropriately web based, like putting in sound (and video,
      which word does as easily as sound) these can more compellingly be done
      in truly web-based media, such as blog and podcast sites.

      Vance


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Gladys Baya <gladysbaya@...>
      Date: Thursday, April 6, 2006 9:29 am
      Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Exploiting WORD for language
      learning purposes

      > Hi Dennis!
      > I posted a small contribution on how forms in Word could be used to
      > create reading comprehension exercises in BAW-06, and in BAW-05 I
      > uploaded a file on how I use Word to favour the teaching of process
      > writing (a topic on which I've been trying to write a thesis for
      > years). I'm not sure if you're a member of both, though I think the
      > one on writing is also available from my TappedIn office.
      >
      > Not sure at all that these are "original" contributions to the
      > topic,
      > but since you asked about this...
      >
      > Big hug,
      >
      > Gladys
      >
      > --- "Dennis Newson" <djn@...> wrote:
      >
      > ... Has webheads got anywhere in its archives suggestions for
      > using
      > WORD in language teaching that many people have not have thought of
      > using?
      >
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