Showing posts from July, 2010

Enjoy your summer

Mungo Jerry: In the summertime

Somethin' stupid -new video listening quiz

Sonja, my dear friend, fellow worker, blogger and admin, just published my new Learn English With Songs exercise: Somethin' Stupid by R. Williams and N. Kidman. In the song all the prepostions are missing.

My AEI web skills course is now in its fifth week. Last week we discussed reading and writing skill-building. As always, we were given a list of websites to explore. Can you imagine how thrilled I was to see that on the list there was Breaking News English whose author is Sean Banville, one of the most prolific ELT material writers and someone who I know - although not in person, but virtually! Sean's website was highly praised by my course mates.

Hey Soul Sister

This week's task in my AEI Web Skills Course concentrates on aural/oral skills. Again, we've got tons of reading, commenting, reflecting, comparing, discussing, but I managed to find some time to do a gap fill listening quiz based on the lyrics of my fave song.

Moving at the speed of e-learning

I've been blogging for more than three years now, but never have I written so many posts in such a short time as during this Web Skills course. What's more, the number of comments I've posted to my colleagues' forum and blog posts is surprisingly high for someone who found deleting comments much safer than publishing them.