Posts Tagged ‘sources’

Pedagogy notes: teacher´s lists, sources, mottoes [Business English]

21 January 2018

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Marks excel list / attendance term excel / planning week term (lessons, tests, controls, notebooks)

Notebook / AV notebook worksheets / PPA verbs, texts, practice

Words / audios / texts (reading aloud) / notebook revision / Q.A in the classroom

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BOOK exercises / surprise TESTS / handouts / worksheets 

Videos YouTube / songs and lyrics / situations in life

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AV notebook paper. Include reading texts in the pack, exercises

Business topics – Morse code, telephone manners, email rules, CV, saying numbers

Urban legends / Good manners / Debates on British culture / BASICS.- vocabulary. Colours, numbers, parts of the body, objects, house elements, etcetera

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Pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar

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Reading easy (short texts) / Reading medium (news from newspapers: The Independent, The Huff Post) / GIFs – AV, social media / Proverbs, mottoes, sayings, AV, twitter, Pinterest, imgur, tumblr, YouTube

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Communication – Question / answer / Challenge. Ask words from list of vocabulary (available on AV) orally- mark oral points – list / Challenge. Ask verbs from list of verbs (available in PPA) orally- mark oral points – list

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Safe links, master keys and picturesque sources for English language and literature

30 July 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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[Corto Maltés, por Hugo Pratt]

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safe links

emilioefe.wp / dropbox #mypublicfiles / hotmail.es

blog, box and mail

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master keys

43marks / delicious.com /medium.com

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picturesque sources for English language & literature

imgur.com / tumblr.com / pinterest.com

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English language media

The Daily Mail / euronews / BBC.co.UK podcasts

press, videos and podcasts

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English language tools

Skype / MOOC / NOOC

communication and courses

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English classroom platforms

MOODLE / eTwinning / Oxford Premium

virtual classroom, projects, teacher´s stuff (audios, tests)

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A sleepwalker found out a moleskine

7 May 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

filius drawing

filius, ii (hijo)

[image taken from Cambridge Latin web book]

The somnambulist read the note written in the first page. There were thirteen titles he read slowly to himself. He remembered all of them because of his good memory. The books and resources had been written by someone who was very fond of Latin language and culture. There were 5 lines marked with a star, maybe to indicate those as his/her favourite books

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1/ Método para aprender latín, Hermann Schnitzler *(Herder)

(translated into Spanish, practical and useful)

2/ Diccionario Spes *(Bibliograph)

3/ DL KET (handbook with resources)

http://tinyurl.com/jshtpw7

4/ Seymour Latin * (a discovery, a jewel for Latin learners)

http://tinyurl.com/jmwscgk

5/ the Latin library (Classics)

http://tinyurl.com/jjguohx

6/ Almacén de clásicas (Spanish teacher of Latin, blogger)

http://tinyurl.com/zrwxhn8

7/ Latin dictionary online, in fact, a universal dictionary of all languages

http://tinyurl.com/hoh83db

8/ Cornell College (lots of resources and links)

http://tinyurl.com/yktnkox

9/ Orberg (modern method, all the rage these days)

http://tinyurl.com/j64983c

10/ The Perseus catalog (a library for the Classics, facsimile editions)

http://tinyurl.com/z9qaehv

11/ Benjamin L D´Ooge * (it reminds me the “assimil method for languages”

– little doses of vocabulary and grammar)

http://tinyurl.com/lzj4wdb

12/ Cambridge Latin course * (illustrations) (easy to deal with)

http://tinyurl.com/qhbayut

13/ Intercentres (Latin exercises for translation)

http://tinyurl.com/hvaxx4v

 

 

Googling for English language sources

26 December 2013

twitter: eugenio_fouz

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(Fotografía: Puente de Londres y gaviota. Autora: Fadia Hamdi)

I love reading. There is a way to keep my English language hot. I read blogs, search for images, magazines and videos; besides I browse PAU manuals with English texts, read The Guardian and the UK edition of the Huffington Post.

I love listening to podcasts from the BBC, watching euronews videos, getting pictures from Reuters and GIFs.

Tumblr is a great source of information. Tumblr is a universal blog to share texts, links, photographs, news, audios, videos and everything.

I am a reader who puts readers in his luggage as a rule and a necessity.

I blog and follow some bloggers. My favourite blogger is Cassie, the author of Books and Bowel Movements. From her blog I learn and take plenty of ideas. For example, I took that icon in favour ot the printed text. Furthermore, I copied the relaxing game of five fish which now makes my #efnotebloc more attractive.

I read A Guy´s Moleskine Notebook, Tinkerbelle and Mitzie Mee´s blogs. I like the Polyglotwitt and some new magazines such as the Atlantic and Brain Pickings. I keep on reading.

 


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