What is grammar?
Language consists of words – spoken or written – which we use to communicate with other people. Grammar is the structure of that language: the way it’s used, and the conventions that help us understand what is meant from the context. We learn grammar as toddlers when we learn to speak, so if you speak correctly it’s likely that your children will too, without ever having been taught formally. Read more »
Title: Practising listening and speaking with Technology
Presenter: Walid Chaafi
Occasion: Digital English Tunisia 2015
organiser: British Council Tunisia
The purpose is for attendees to understand the potentials of technologies like Podcasts, skype, Youtube, smartphones… Read more »
Here are some tips on how to keep your students and yourself safe within social network sites. Which advice would you give to your students? Read more »
According to Digizen, the activities listed below are some of the most popular that learners become involved in while using social networking sites:
* Representing themselves online, create and develop an online presence and online profiles
* Viewing content such as video and audio/finding information
* Creating and customising profiles
* Authoring and uploading content such as video and images
* Posting messages – public & private
* Collaborating with other people Read more »
It is true that technology has not replaced everything in the field of education but it has improved things for the better. In this 21st century, the use of technology has become more than an option, it is a must.
Many educators are still reluctant to use technology in their teaching. So it is our role to help those and encourage them to do their best.
here is a video that I made which you can use in your sessions or to help others.
Let’s move on and make things better.
BUT always have this in mind: Pedagogy Leads Technology