Mix video and audio with Weavly.com

Weavly is a free and easy to use video and music mixing browser app. Use it to show your pupils how to edit videos and give them new means of expression for their… Continue reading

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Free Technology for Teachers: 200+ Novel Games for Your Classroom Website

See on Scoop.it – New Teaching Era See on http://www.freetech4teachers.com

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Learning English – Grammar, Vocabulary & Pronunciation – Go it alone

See on Scoop.it – New Teaching Era Would you ever go it alone? Find out in Today’s Phrase. See on http://www.bbc.co.uk

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App Went FREE: The Opposites – Improve Vocabulary While Playing Games

Thanks to a new iGameMom.com is that I could find this super awesome App, please check their description out, they don’t miss any detail and it’s actually worth it to read! http://igamemom.com/2012/09/22/app-went-free-the-opposites-improve-vocabulary-while-playing-games/ The… Continue reading

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FrazeIt in English

http://fraze.it/ Wondering how to use a particular word in a sentence? Can’t phrase your sentences in a clear and concise way? Welcome to FrazeIt. With more than 100 millions sentences, this is the most advanced… Continue reading

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A free downloadable lesson about why smiling, even when we don’t feel much like it, can actually make us happier. The lesson starts with a short video, demonstrating the…

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Story Starters on Scholastic.com

http://la.scholastic.com/ is one of the best sites I’ve found on the internet so far to help both, students and teachers, to make the learning process easier and fun. I recently found this Story Starters… Continue reading

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Weather Forecasting

Unlike many people can think, weather is one of the  main conversational starters. We always talk about the weather conditions because some activities, if not too many, depend on how the weather is like… Continue reading

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There is a huge difference between what our students see printed on a page and what we actually say in everyday speech. In a recording of a TESOL Spain…

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Movie Trailers Project Outcomes

I’m glad to announce that my second graders finished their movie trailers successfully! (find the project here) As a matter of fact, I’m very impressed with their work, I gave them the option… Continue reading

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