This is a fun site for creating mini movies and really easy to use. The students can choose the characters, the music and the context and then write in the dialogue. The resulting dialogue is then played back like a movie. The movie can then be shared on the internet. Students can send it as an email or embed it into their blog.
Create walls for pupils to find – make then public and remind then about safety rules. You moderate all notes and TELL them too!!
BEHAVIOUR AND MOTIVATIONClassdojo.comUse for a variety of purposes – specific types of learning – good answers, homework, target language productionPoor behaviour monitoringNext step – use it from your mobile in class
SPEAKING AND LISTENINGMybrainshark.com – make audio to accompany any presentation, document or photo set.Voicethread.com – add multimedia comments to a photo set. (Joe Dale’s handout)Vocaroo.com – record on line and send the link to s.o. – instant feedbackVoki.com – create a talking avatar.
PLAYING & MAKING GAMES Zondle www.zondle.com Very motivating! Email classlists to site for uploading Look for topics by keyword; make your own for pupils Quizlet www.quizlet.com you and pupils can make revision games. One Yr11 pupil made vocab games for all of the GCSE book. Studystack.com – pupils can make flashcards/pairs
YOUR OWN CPD Twitter – amazing! Use hashtags #ukedchat #mfltwitterati #langchat #mflsomerset #ililc3 Follow good people @joedale @spanishsam @crepeaunutella @thwartedmum @icpjones @valleseco @blagona @tes @taskmagic @amandasalt @petitchatnoir27 @langwitch @trekkiep @spsmith45 @msmfl @bootleian @Germanprof @mariefrance Read blogs – find regional/national figures Start a googlereader web aggregator for YOU! Slideshare.net – look up speakers or keywords Teachertrainingvideos.com superb explanations!
CURATION – FIND EVERYTHINGYOU COULD EVER WANT! Livebinders – an online filing system for sites – http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=108629 http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=365641 Pinterest – not just for redecoration, recipes or vintage collections! Type in French grammar, language, special needs My blog – froggyval.blogspot.com Twitter - @froggyval - happy to share This ppt is on www.slideshare.net and the Somerset Learning Platform