Source: Clique Dimanche – CANAL+Combattre les fake news avec l’éducation ? 🤔 — MFL & BEYOND
Dear Parents We know how much you love your children. Many of us are parents too and if we aren’t, you can rest assured that we wouldn’t be educators unless we cared deeply about children, so we know that many of the following things are important to you. Take a moment to consider which of […]An open letter to parents… — What Ed Said
If your pupils/students complain saying you are always picking on them to show that their homework is done, to answer questions or to correct exercises, use this free random name picker. None of my students ever complained: they find it fun and remain focus while it is being used in class.
If you are looking for a tool allowing you to ask questions to your students/pupils and get answers that you can assess on an individual basis, look no further… This tried and tested tool called Lingt is perfect for you and I highly recommend it. You can record your questions, insert text and images and once the answers are recorded (whether orally or in writing), you can assess them individually and give specific feedback for improvement. It’s really super easy to use!
Do you want free tools to create cool activities for your students? Log on http://www.classtools.net/ and start creating really cool games or activities in no time at all. I particularly like the SMS Generator, Fakebook (that I used when teaching the French Revolution: the students loved the idea that Louis XVI or Marie-Antoinette could have a Facebook account), the Random Name Picker, the Breaking News Generator (see image below) and the Arcade Game Generator… Excellent stuff!
You want an Interactive Whiteboard in your classroom, but your school does not have the budget to buy one for every teacher/classroom? Classroom Screen might be the answer…
An excellent blog by my colleague Jonathan Gaudet. We share a lot of ideas and it’s really worth having a look at some of the activities suggested in his blog to teach foreign languages in the 21st century…