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    Kanji: Chp 4

    Quick 10 min revision test.

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    BBC Languages

    An interactive, multimedia course for beginners, with dialogues, exercises, glossary, and detailed notes on many  languages and cultures.

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    Using Postcards and Photographs in the Languages Classroom

    Postcards and photographs can be included in the general ‘culture box’ relating to the target culture/s. They can be collected by students as well as by teachers in the school.

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    QuikVoice: For oral work

    This app allows students to record themselves and in pairs. Good for students to assess their pronunciation.

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    Kanji: Chp 5

    Quick 10 min revision test.

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    Stori Kit

    This is a great app which allows the user to create a storybook using their iPad/iPhone camera and adding text.

     

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    VIDEO: Interactive pair work

    Interactive pair work activity to promote learner use of the target language (French) from Vitall Project on Vimeo.

    This is a first year French class. An interactive pair-work activity is used to promote learner use of the target language.

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    Digital Dialects

    Free online games helping you to learn or revise key vocabulary in many languages.

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    WebQuests

    Advantages, structure and design of a webquest.

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    VIDEO: Learners teaching learners

    This is an introduction to an on-line revision tool. First year Italian students describe developing resources for their peers on the topics of clothes and colours.

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    Council of Europe Tools for Language Teaching: CEFR and ELPs

    This publication is a great practical tool to develop language courses based on the CEFR and European Language Portfolio.

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    VIDEO: Promoting autonomous learning

    Beyond the classroom: Using YouTube for homework.

    This is a fifth year class using song from a Japanese animated film, with subtitles in the target language, to develop listening and reading skills. The song is taken from YouTube. The intention is to engage students in the classroom and motivate them to work independently on the target language outside of the classroom.

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