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Handout for session on Pinterest for Foreign Languages teachers, ICT into Languages Conference, #ililc4, 8-9 February 2014

Handout for session on Pinterest for Foreign Languages teachers, ICT into Languages Conference, #ililc4, 8-9 February 2014

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  • 1. #ililc4 ICT into Languages, University of Southampton Picture perfect? Pinterest for the foreign languages teacher ISABELLE JONES, HEAD OF LANGUAGES @icpjones
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  • 9. Pinterest for students  Photo handout  Homework  Extension handout/ Flip your lesson work  Choose your own starter  Revision by topics  Comment on resources  Collaborative work/ students’ work gallery
  • 10. Pinterest in your pocket  Free mobile app  Home: to see what the people you follow have posted  Search:  Boards general categories, key word search and Pinners suggestions from Pinterest
  • 11. Action! Exploring Pinterest  Set up an account/ profile  Create boards for your classes  Create pins from a website, camera, place  Create boards for topics you are teaching  Browse the general education section  Repin other people’s pins to your boards  Do a search for a topic you are teaching: Collect individual pins, follow related boards and check pinners for following, follow them/ back  Check your notifications
  • 12. Action! Exploring Pinterest  Find friend from facebook/ email address book  Search ililc4 friend on Pinterest and follow  Edit board settings to make a group board and invite contributors  Set up a secret board  Share a pin on Twitter/Facebook/via email/save to camera roll/copy link to a pin and embed in another document (e.g. electronic newsletter)  Like/ Comment on another person’s pin