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Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
Creating Online Dictionaries For Students
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Creating Online Dictionaries For Students

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  • 1. Creating Online Dictionaries for students Using Delicious www.delicous.com
  • 2. Opening an account with delicous
    • In this blog post you will learn:
    • What is delicious?
    • What are tags?
    • How to open a delicous account? This will only take your students 5 minutes
  • 3. My student network Add your students to your network
  • 4. Take a look at how many new words students learned in two classes Using only one article and tagging it
  • 5. Some new words added to their network
  • 6. The Process
    • Classes in general are blended.
    • Before the class starts students open their delicious account
    • They also open an online dictionary I use www.dictionary.com From here they tag the new words, listen to the pronunciation and add the corresponding definition.
  • 7. Using www.dictionary.com
    • For example we look for the word: TAG
    There are 34 definitions of the word tag. Students must select the definition that matches the exercise they are doing
  • 8. Listening is also another option Students highlight the correct definition and add it to their delicious account
  • 9. To further check your students knowledge
    • I prepared some flashcards with http:// cueflash.com /
    • Take a look at the flashcards I created for my students
    I hope you enjoyed this presentation Jennifer Verschoor www.jenverschoor.wordpress.com

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