My 10 reflections about Connecting online Conference

My reflections on webinars.

 

The  webinars  are all  very  interesting  and the  moderators  OK. The webinar I prefer is :EVO 17Minecraft Mooc ,  on Friday 2nd  March. Topic is very fascinating. The moderator explains  well  how it’s possible to learn in a fun way and obtain good results. I agree with him. Nowaday the use of technology in the classroom has increased and students are “sons” of technology and mainly of video-games. Then ,why don’t link   games and learning?  On the other side the link between games and learning is not a contemporary phenomenon or a digital one . I think that I will examine closely this topic.

My favourite webtool Giovanna Abbondante

TECHNO-CLIL FOR EVO 2017 Moderators: Letizia Cinganotto & Daniela Cuccurullo Reflecting on my favourite webtool Name and surname Giovanna abbondante Country and city Naples,italy School level where I teach Primary school Subject/s taught Italian,science,art Webtool chosen: link and short description British counsil Youtube I use educational video that I find on the net School level where it could be used Primary school , secondary school, high school Subject/subjects Languages Skill/ skills the webtool may enhance pronunciation Students’ level of English A2-a1 Technical requirements (if any) computer My experiments with the webtool (if any): external links, pictures, screenshots etc. Additional comments…

My favourite webtool Donatella Savastano

Name and surname
Donatella Savastano
Country and city
Afragola Italy
School level where I teach
I teach Secondary school
Subject/s taught
Special educational needs
Webtool chosen: link and short description
Padlet.www.padlet.com condivision to the work with the classroom and the others people.
School level where it could be used
Secondary school
Subject/subjects
Italian
Skill/ skills the webtool may enhance
Sharing schematisation
Students’ level of English
Basic
Technical requirements (if any)
PC tablet lim internet
Additional comments
Very interesting

My favourite web tool Angela Tepedino

Name and surname

Angela Tepedino

Country and city

Salerno Italy

School level where I teach

Higher secondary school

Subject/s taught

French

Webtool chosen: link and short description

www.frenchteacheresources.com

A free website where you can find different materials for teachers of French as a foreign language. I use its wordsearches of common French with a French and English vocabulary, games to practice hobbies and opinions, grammar exercises….

School level where it could be used

All levels

Subject/subjects

French

Skill/ skills the webtool may enhance

Excellent for vocabulary learning, reading and writing

Students’ level of English

Medium

Technical requirements (if any)

My experiments with the webtool (if any): external links, pictures, screenshots etc.

Additional comments

my favourite webtool pamela murgia

TECHNO-CLIL FOR EVO 2017

Moderators: Letizia Cinganotto & Daniela Cuccurullo

 

Reflecting on my favourite webtool

 

Name and surname

 

Murgia Pamela
 

Country and city

Italy   – Ussana (Ca)
 

School level where I teach

 

Primary school
 

Subject/s taught

 

 

English
 

Webtool chosen: link and short description

 

 

The webtool chosen is Padlet, a virtual Internet wall, simple and intuitive to create and manage, which can be shared throughout the world.  Padlet gives students their own little corner of the internet to collect and save information in a simple, fun manner. Padlet is a website and app that allows kids to collect information from the internet and pin it onto virtual bulletin boards using a simple drag-and-drop system.
 

School level where it could be used

 

It could be used in primary and high school.
 

Subject/subjects

 

English, Arts.
 

Skill/ skills the webtool may enhance

 

Communication, collaboration, creativity
 

Students’ level of English

 

 

All levels
Technical requirements (if any)  
 

My experiments with the webtool (if any): external links, pictures, screenshots etc.

https://padlet.com/pamemurgia/e3f2foz1f7ta
 

Additional comments

 

 

 

 

MY FAVOURITE WEBTOOL

Reflecting on my favourite webtool

 

Name and surname

 

Anna Roma
 

Country and city

Italy-  Calimera (Lecce)
 

School level where I teach

 

Lower Secondary School
 

Subject/s taught

 

 

Special needs (English, Italian, History, French, Maths)
 

Webtool chosen: link and short description

 

 

http://Edmodo.com

 

It’s a virtual class where teachers and students can collaborate, share ideas, post worksheets, tests and comments.

 

 

School level where it could be used

 

Secondary school
 

Subject/subjects

 

All subjects
 

Skill/ skills the webtool may enhance

 

Writing, speaking and digital skills in general because it’s easy and immediate to use
 

Students’ level of English

 

 

A1 towards A2
Technical requirements (if any) Pc, tablets and internet connection
 

My experiments with the webtool (if any): external links, pictures, screenshots etc.

 
 

Additional comments

 

My favourite webtools

I have viewed and used different webtools and I found particularly interesting Rewordify and Snappy Words. Rewordify is a free online reading comprehension software which helps you understand what you read. Infact the language has its levels from easy and beginners level to the complex kind for the grownups. There are always some phrases, words or paragraphs that cannot be deciphered easily. Rewordify is useful when we need the dictionary. The website is simple, just paste the difficult sentence that you are having difficulty in understanding in the yellow box and press “Rewordify text” below the box. Snappy Words is an easy-to-use online interactive English dictionary. It provides the meanings of words or phrases, generates synonyms, and draws connections to associated words. Simply type a word in the search box and click “GO.” Instantly you will see a word map. As with most online tools, teacher monitoring is strongly advised. Children can then create a list of synonyms and their own word “maps” for new vocabulary words.

My favourite webtool

TECHNO-CLIL FOR EVO 2017

Moderators: Letizia Cinganotto & Daniela Cuccurullo

 

Reflecting on my favourite webtool

 

Name and surname

 

Fabio Murciano
 

Country and city

Italy –Martano (LE)
 

School level where I teach

 

 Lower Secondary School

 

 

Subject/s taught

 

 

 Special Needs
 

Webtool chosen: link and short description

 

 

http://Edmodo.com

 

Teachers and students can share ideas, comments and tests in a collaborative and interactive context.

 

School level where it could be used

 

Secondary School
 

Subject/subjects

 

All
 

Skill/ skills the webtool may enhance

 

Thanks to this webtool, students can improve writing, reading and speaking skills
 

Students’ level of English

 

 

A1 – A2
Technical requirements (if any) Internet connection, pc and tablets.
 

My experiments with the webtool (if any): external links, pictures, screenshots etc.

 
 

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