Re: ESL site of the day
- Hi Sharon--
Larry Ferlazzo is a member of Webheads--he's got loads of good stuff
on his Website and his teacher's blog. Worth subscribing to!
Larry--you should say hello if you aren't lurking.
--- In email@example.com, sharonbetts
> Have you seen this new blog?
- I have been searching for a group of Spanish speaking students (14 - 17
years old) to collaborate with two Spanish Language Classes in my High
school. This would be done in a private social network that is just
waiting for participants.
Do you know any teachers that may like to participate with us?
Or - do you have any other leads for me to pursue? I thought this would
be a lot easier.
Our project just got started before the holidays and I believe will be
expanding quickly after New Years. If you are still interested, please
let me known and I will assist you in getting access to:
Vera Miodragovic wrote:
> Hi Sharon
> I run a school with various age groups and would be interested for the
> students to get involved.
> Please let me know the details and what age range you had in mind.
> Thanks a lot
> On 28/10/2007, sharonbetts <sharonbetts@...
> <mailto:sharonbetts%40sharonbetts.org>> wrote:
> > We are about to start a wiki collaboration with students about 10 - 12
> > years old. The purpose is Interlacing lives, culture and learning.
> > Project title: Classroom Braids
> > My co-mentors and I would like to invite classes from other parts of the
> > world to join us.
> > Anyone interested, let me know and I will send you the mentor wiki
> > address.
> > The student wiki is up, but not yet active: Classroom Braids
> > <http://classroombraids.wikispaces.com/
> > http://classroombraids.wikispaces.com
> > This is a first time project aimed to bring some of the younger
> > generation together without a lot of pressure or time.
> > Email me for further information or to join us.
> > Sharon