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Friday, March 27

  1. page Using ICT in MFL edited I have been asked to produce a survey to conduct with A level students in order to justify my use …
    I have been asked to produce a survey to conduct with A level students in order to justify my use of ICT. I've started a wiki to share my own grammar resources and links to useful mfl websites, a blog to post the students' work, and Edmodo to set their homework, carry out their vocab tests, post my lesson plans for students and enable them to submit work. This is in an attempt to combat student underachievement caused by random absence from class.
    What questions would be useful to ask in the survey?
    Thank you in advance for your help. Annalise (@thwartedmum)

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Wednesday, January 28

  1. page Joining the MFL Twitterati guide edited ... Tweet Advertising @ict4mfl Twitter is a resource and like any resource, how useful it will be…
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    Tweet Advertising
    @ict4mfl Twitter is a resource and like any resource, how useful it will become for you, depends largely on the extent to how it is used. Become involved in your PLN for advice and support. Keep an eye on trends and identify how you could contribute, based on your own interests and experience. Everyone will support you, so never worry about your first few tweets. Get a Twitter client (i.e. Tweetdeck) and let it do the hardwork by filtering the information directly to you using key terms and searches. Keep an eye on popular resources and make a plan for incoporating these into your lessons. Share experience of these new tools and maybe something that you did differently with them. This helps others to gain some insight into what works. Finally good luck, welcome to Twitter and to your new community! :)
    @emilia121 - it extends my skills of using ICT in teaching MFL (my learning never ends :), showing to others at school how useful it can be, but also be aware what not to share. Can be a good reflexive tool - what works, what doesn't in lessons and why - getting feedback from other teachers, the teaching process becomes more collaborative - after all teaching can be a very isolating job. Also, you can explore other people's blogs and see what is relevant to you.
    @wizenedcrone (Although obvious) Repeat usual e-safety advice about being professional and careful not to say anything which might bring you or your school into disrepute.
    @estherhardman - It's OK NOT to log in at times. You can't digest all the ideas / innovation. Share some/take some & feedback. Keep it manageable.
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Friday, June 20

  1. page MFL Wikis edited ... Building wikis 2011 ililc View more presentations from Alex Blagona In case you have any …
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    Building wikis 2011 ililc
    View more presentations from Alex Blagona
    In case you have any use for or feedback in regards to these examples of my wikis, thanks ~ Kathy
    My wiki for sharing French material and Teachnology stuff I share with colleagues http://epoustoufranc.wikispaces.com/Accueil+pour+profs
    My wiki for a grade 11 IB class project (may be invisible - will fix if doesn't work) http://fsf3u8lasuperclasse.wikispaces.com/
    My wiki for IB French B teachers, round-table 2014 http://www.frenchb2014roundtabletfss.wikispaces.com/Accueil

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Thursday, April 10

  1. page MFL Wikis edited ... Languages Chew Over Crowdsourcing answers for James Cordle on use of wikis in MFL and in part…
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    Languages Chew Over
    Crowdsourcing answers for James Cordle on use of wikis in MFL and in particular his wiki:
    http://chewlanguages.wikispaces.com/http://like2talk.com
    What methods would you suggest I use to go about finding out if this is having a real impact?
    How would you use the wikispace? (i.e. mainly for the discussion board, or to post videos etc. How could it be further explored?)
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Monday, February 10

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Sunday, February 9

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    1. Je .......... allé en ville avec mes amis.
    2. Il ........ arrivé en France par avion.
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    Fillhttp://mfltwitterati.wikispaces.com/Perfect+tense+with+eyreFill in the
    1. Je .......... allé en ville avec mes amis.
    2. Il ........ arrivé en France par avion.
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    Fill in the gaps with the correct part of 'etre'.
    1. Je .......... allé en ville avec mes amis.
    2. Il ........ arrivé en France par avion.
    3. Elle ....... rentrée chez moi.
    4. Nous ............ partis de Torquay vendredi soir.
    5. Ils ........... descendus l'éscalier dans le supermarché.
    6. Elles ......... arrivées en retard au restaurant.
    7. Tu .......monté la montagne hier?
    8. Je ......... rétourné chez moi vers trois heures et demie.
    9. Nous .......... allés au cinéma pour voir un film d'horreur.
    10. Il ....... devenu docteur il y a trois ans.

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