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I have started some pages for people who would like to collaborate on developing resources in English Language Teaching for non-native speakers (EFL/ESL/ESOL,ELF). Feel free to contribute with your expertise and content.
I was thinking in contributing with a unit on how to describe visual documents, the rationale behind it, the lexical and syntactic tools needed and how this can evolve onto visual/media and critical literacy. It will be based on Bloom's taxonomy and critical literacy methods and approach. I will need CC pictures, ads and other visual docs which are not copyright. I need to structure the different parts hierarchically so it makes sense. I will work on this in my sandbox so as not to crowd this space.
I'm starting classes next week so I thought I could prepare a handout with first class activities. I also opened a new page to start taking notes.
Of course anyone willing to collaborate, will be welcomed.
Great idea to start this page, I was a bit lost.
Hi Gabriella, As soon as you have the title of your resource and a page, indicate it here so we can link it from the ELT_Resource page. I am also working on mine, which is a unit on resources and activities for visual literacy.
Here is my activity,Classroom Web.
Not finished yet. I do need some feedback.
Bee, are you planning to include some activities? g
Hi Bee, Great to see you here. I am interested in contributing to English language teachers' professional development. My expertise is blended learning via Moodle, wikis, nings, and WebQuests using audio and video applications. Where do I start?
Warm wishes, Nellie Deutsch
oops..sorry Nellie. I hadn't seen your message until now. I think the best way to start is by checking who is doing anything in teacher professional develop, contact them and then write a plan of what you want to contribute with and how. Bee
Thank you Nellie Deutsch.Its really heartening to see you over here.I am going to spend more time with wiki from now onwards.This is really fabulous!Lets make ELT a vibrant community.Look forward joining you on WIKIED.Regards --Abdul 05:07, 27 July 2010 (UTC)
I am still not exactly clear how to combine methodological information for teachers with actual teaching materials.
I have added links to other wikieducator projects that seem relevant to this one.