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Developing the 4 Skills Book

Developing the 4 Skills Book

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Published by Ana Maria Menezes
A collection of 45 webtools which can be used to practise the 4 skills.
A collection of 45 webtools which can be used to practise the 4 skills.

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Published by: Ana Maria Menezes on Sep 29, 2012
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Developing the 4SKILLS using
Speaking – ListeningReading – WritingActivities for Language Learners
Ana Maria MenezesApril - 2011
About my Internet venture
Chapter 2
Why webtools?
Chapter 3
Voki * Recordr * Showbeyond *Audioboo * Fotobabble * Sketchcast *Intervue * English Central *Voicethread
Chapter 4
Lyrics Training * Movie Sounds *English Attack * Smories * Listen aminute * Fairy Tale dictations * Listenand Write * 10 questions TIME *Listening Dictations * Manythings.org *60 Second Recap * Movie trailerdictations * One-minute World News
Chapter 5
 Typewithme * Fodey * Livetyping *Letterpop * Bitstrips * Maxmydream *Writerhymes * Video Writing prompts *Magnetic Poetry * Text in Shapes *Wish Tree * Future me * Write for ten *Folding Story * Penzu
Chapter 6
Learn with Newspapers * Teleprompter* American Stories * Short Stories forESL learners * Chuck Graphic Novels *Aesop’s Fables * Reading Ring *Interactive Stories
Chapter 7
About the author
In 2006, I had the pleasure to learn about Web 2.0 during a workshopgiven by Carla Arena and Erika Cruvinel, two amazing Brazilian educators.What fascinated me the most about these new tools was the possibility tobring our classroom walls down and integrate our students with the world,making the experience of learning English more meaningful and real.Furthermore, exploring the internet potential for education has proven tobe tremendously rich to me as a person and an educator.Via internet, I have learned a lot by exchanging ideas with peers all overthe world, building wonderful connections with professionals I wouldn'thave met otherwise. I have also learned that we all have something toteach one another.My blogging experience started with very tiny steps, posting about sites Icame across and moved on to share the outcomes of classroom activitiesusing internet tools.LIFE FEAST (my blog)has helped me reflect aboutmy teaching practice, learn about myself and has enabled me to reachout for the world.
Ana Maria Menezes
CHAPTER 1About my internet venture.

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