Friday, September 29, 2006

Blog presentation handout


BLOGGING: EFL WRITING IN THE 21ST CENTURY

BY CRAIG WHERLOCK Ma(TEFL) ASTON


http://teacherdudebbq.blogspot.com


Blogging offers a simple, cheap way to allow our students to share their work and interests with people from all over the world. With little or no technical expertise we can set up our own web page ina matter of minutes. It provides us with a great way to get students to write and communicate with others, both inside and outside Greece (see here for the rest).


BLOG PROVIDERS


www.blogger.com

www.myspace.com

www.edublogs.org

www.yahoo360.com


STUDENT BLOGS


http://antonisbinias.blogspot.com/

http://retzikigirlstrikesback.blogspot.com/

http://profintensive.blogspot.com/

http://proficiency1e.blogspot.com/

http://proficiency1c.blogspot.com/



TEACHER BLOGS


http://teacherdudebbq.blogpot.com/

http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com//

http://360.yahoo.com/profile-pbUe9lUla6dzKEbEX89HHPox2_HWDF8-?cq=1/

http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs//

http://teacherindevelopment.blogsome.com//

http://danielsblogfolio.edublogs.org//

http://fceblog.blogspot.com/

http://autonolearner.blogspot.com//


OTHER LINKS MENTIONED


www.youtube.com

www.odeo.com

www.flickr.com

http://earth.google.com/

http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/geovisitors/

www.sitemeter.com

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/podcasts/

http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/mfle/creativeteaching/index.asp

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kBE4vkmVxk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_%28file_format%29

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Craig,
this is Franje. If I may...I would also put jumpcut.com on that list of links. They are an excellent place for storing videos, with an online editor, and an interface much better than YouTube. They were also just bought by Yahoo.

Thanks for the links to your classes!

Franje

Vicki A. Davis said...

What a compliment to be included on such a list! I hope your workshop has gone well.

teacher dude said...

Great idea, Frank. I'll look into it.

Well, Vicky you're cutting edge so you definitely deserve to be cited in anything connected with web 2.0 and education.

Thankfully, the talk was well received.