Re: [evonline2002_webheads] students chat?
- Dear Rita,
I've been going through mail and have just gone to your file referred below.
Great tpoics with great subtopics! It makes the choice quite difficult.
However, since we are all English teachers, I really think it would be great
to hear about the students' perspective as well as get their feedback on
Learning English. The results could make a very interesting Web page. We
could even add our teacher perspective and produce a comparative analysis.
What do others think?
My two Euro cents ;-)
> Hi, dear friends,Advanced students of English as a foreign language, Passages 2 (CUP), which
> Chatting with Aiden some weeks ago, I got to know the name of a book for
she recommended using. I perused the topics developed, found them of
world-wide appeal, made a list of topics and subtopics, and decided maybe we
could share some, to prepare our students for a shared chat. I have posted a
file with the list in our WIA site, for those who are interested in making
this possible. We could agree on one of the topics, then on a date, and on
the software to use. In my case, I'd rather stick to Yahoo Messenger, quite
accessible and user-friendly, no java needed, plus voice option. Any
suggestions/ additions/ amendments/ volunteers: welcome.
> Awaiting news, optimistically,