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Collaborative Language Learning

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Collaborative Language Learning

A group for teachers of languages who are interested in working together to enhance their language learning programs

Members: 47
Latest Activity: Jul 18, 2016

A Current International Language Learning Project

The Lunch Box Project 2011 - eating lunch at a school near you

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Started by Lauren. Last reply by Lauren Jul 18, 2016.

Enhancing language learning 4 Replies

Started by Jess McCulloch. Last reply by Paula Perez Marcos Jun 30, 2016.

Exchanging sts production

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Comment by Parvana Pirieva on September 24, 2011 at 10:13am

Hello

I am an English teacher from Azerbaijan,Ismaily.

I colloborate with different countries,I with my students make video conferences .It helps us to communicate and share our knowledge.

Comment by Phil Darko on June 9, 2011 at 5:20am

I'm Phil in the U.S. Our group utilizes modern communications technology to link people around the world in basic language studies.

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Comment by Eleanor Schuster on January 6, 2011 at 11:11am
United States - New York City region - Middle School Art Teacher  (Grades 6, 7, 8; Ages 11-14) is looking for opportunity to exchange art with students of similar age from different culture. Can correspond through email, post office mail, videoconferencing or other web 2.0 technologies - emphasis on student created art exchange. . Duration of time would be during the 2011 school year (January to May). Please contact Art Teacher Donna Lappetito at DLappetito@ramapocentral.org or Eleanor Schuster,Library Media Specialist eschuster@ramapocentral.org for further interest. Thank you.
Comment by Susana Margarida Silva on November 18, 2010 at 6:47pm
Hello!
I teach English as a second language. I try to involve my pupils in collaborative project work and let them know about other places, languages and cultures.
Hope to be able to work with some of you soon!
Friendly greetings
Susana
Comment by Pastor Samuel Muderhwa on August 24, 2010 at 10:35am
Dear
I'm working with Vulnerable Children from D.R.Congo.

thanks
Comment by Jessica Robertson on August 2, 2010 at 7:20pm
Hi! I will soon be teaching English as a Second Language in North Carolina to middle school students (grades 6-8)! I would love to get my students involved in collaborative projects with others from around the world who are also learning English/other languages!
Comment by Janice Damon on June 16, 2009 at 9:04am
Hi everyone. I'm an EFL educator in a primary school in Vienna, Austria. I'm currently doing research for a Global Education handbook which will be used by other EFL teachers in the Vienna public school system. I'm searching for EFL resources which have a global perspective and suitable for young learners of English. Does anyone have any ideas? Also, I'm very interested in collaborative projects with other primary schools around the globe!
Thanks-
Janice
Comment by Melvina K on December 13, 2008 at 1:42pm
Aloha Eleanor!
I teach Japanese language to middle school students in Honolulu, Hawaii. I see that your teachers are only interested in Spanish, French, Italian and Chinese.....Are you interested in Japanese too? I hope so. I'd like to do have my students collaborate with your students and I'm also very interested in video conferencing. Hope to hear back from you!
Comment by Eleanor Schuster on November 12, 2008 at 10:18pm
Hi, I am a middle school library media specialist in Suffern, NY. My language teachers are interested in finding students to connect with - Spanish, French, Italian and Chinese. We would love to find students in other countries, but there may be great possibilities within the US as well. I'm working on building a videoconferencing program at our school - school and teachers enthusiastic - looking for partners! http://web.mac.com/schubird/SMSVirtualLearningCommunities/News/News...
 

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