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free online English lessons in small groups at www.study-english-online.net 21 DEC 2014 – 11 JAN 2015

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Learning Theories – all the major concepts at a glance

CONCEPT MAP http://cmapspublic3.ihmc.us/rid=1LGVGJY66-CCD5CZ-12G3/Learning%20Theory.cmap

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What is Study-English-Online.Net?

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Teachers’ Digital Toolkit

International online learning projects for students ThinkQuest Online tools for resource creation Animoto Create videos from images Benettonplay Create stunning animations Classtools.net Create educational games Gliffy Create floor plans, flowcharts and 3D diagrams Glogster EDU Create interactive multimedia posters Kerpoof Create movies and stories Mixbook Create a … Continue reading

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Three Generations of Distance Learning Pedagogy

Three Generations of Distance Learning Pedagogy 1. Cognitive Behaviourism 2. Constructivism 3. Connectivism

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Errors vs Mistakes

a mistake vs an error According to Corder (1967) cited by Ellis (2008), a ‘mistake’ is a deviation in learner language that occurs when learners fail to perform their competence. It is a lapse that reflects processing problems. An error, … Continue reading

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Educational Technology – Web-Resources: Theory & Tools

THEORY Emerging Perspectives on Learning, Teaching & Technology TOOLS Mootools Javascript Thumbnail Viewer DimDim – A Web-Conferencing Solution More about Moodle http://www.humboldt.edu/~jdv1/moodle/all.htm A code from answers.com which allows you to gloss an entire text. Currently used on the NY Times … Continue reading

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The 14 Categories of Language Use

RIvers & Temperly (A Practical Guide to the Teaching of English, OUP, 1978, p. 47) list 14 purposes or categories of language use establishing and maintaining social relations expressing one’s reactions hiding one’s intentions talking one’s way out of trouble … Continue reading

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A Multimedia Resource for Language Learning

I have been racking my brains over the past few weeks in vain. I am incapable of thinking of a proper topic myself and that prevents me from starting work on the assignment which reads as follows This assignment consists … Continue reading

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Pair & Groupwork vs Teacher-Student Interaction

According to Mckay & Tom (Teaching Adult Second Language Learners, CUP, 1999, p. 26), working in groups helps students feel they are part of a community. They come to know each other as individuals & friends Pair-  and groupwork serves … Continue reading

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