Teaching tips and advice
WriteIt Online Courses
For academic, business and technical English.
Online journal/diary sites. This site – Blogging for ELT – will help you get some ideas on how to use them. The three, free blogging platforms below are very popular and quite easy to use.
Create your own/let students create their own cartoon strips or comics.
Create animated films (with text and/or audio accompaniment), which can then be shared online.
Film/movie subtitle creators
Students/ teachers can add subtitle to existing videoclips using these sites.
Interactive world maps
Students can view and add information to shared world maps online.
These are graphical organisers for any information you come across. Especially useful when used alongside listening or writing tasks, or to gather and store lexis.
Very useful for collating information for presentations, as well as for revising/consolidating and recontextualising topic-based vocabulary. The posters created can combine images, text, audio & video for a multimedia extravaganza!
Where students or you can create polls or questionnaires for others to complete online. The surveys can be kept password-protected and private, or made public, so that anyone can view the results and complete the form.
…where student(s) and teacher(s) can collaborate in real-time on a virtual whiteboard.