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Media in Foreign language teaching
Media is a big part of students’ lives. They’re always checking Facebook updates or Tweeting to each other inside and outside the classroom. Which media can we use to develop language skills and how to use them?
SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube TIK TOK Snapchat Pinterest When learning any new language, practice is the most important thing. Use your social media platforms to build confidence in your writing skills, and before you know it, you'll be speaking and writing perfect English.
How to use FACEBOOK to learn English? - Use English in language settings on your account - Use it as a direct and natural way of communication between a teacher and students (in a foreign language)
- Join an English-language learning group - Create your own Facebook group to post questions and get answers quickly, to share helpful tips and articles you come across so that others can benefit from them, too.
- Follow organizations or teachers who share language advice. - Follow interesting companies or personalities Prince Ea Jay Shetty example movie recipes Ted Ed
Facebook and Twitter are both great platforms to follow people or companies that post grammar and write advice that can really help improve your English.
Here you have a few great pages to follow: 1. Grammar. Girl – Mignon Fogarty, also known as Grammar. Girl, offers "quick and dirty tips" on grammar. She posts videos and articles to help English learners. You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter. 1. English Vocabulary – This is a great page if you are looking to expand your vocabulary. You can follow it on Facebook.
Here you have a few great pages to follow: 3. Scribendi – We post all kinds of grammar articles, ranging from fun, interactive quizzes to instructional “how-to” articles. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter. 4. Inklyo – Inklyo posts various articles and images for English learners. Follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
More Facebook Pages for English Language Learners (STUDENTS) 1. British Council 2. Rachel's English 3. Real English 4. English Garammar Revolution 5. English Speaking Club 6. English Idioms
More Facebook Pages for English Language Learners (STUDENTS) 7. English Teacher Melanie 8. Flo-Joe for CAE and Flo-Joe for FCE 9. Free ESL Handouts 10. Really Learn English
Top Facebook Pages for English Language Teachers ● Teaching English - British Council ● Grammarly ● Teaching Resources ● Real English ● Rachel's English
Top Facebook Pages for English Language Teachers ● Teaching Ideas ● Songs for Teaching ● Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. ● Teacher's Pet ● Language Teaching Professionals
Top Facebook Pages for English Language Teachers ● TED ● Grammar Girl ● Teachers with a Sense of Humor ● English Jokes ● Really Learn English
Instagram a photo and video-sharing social networking service How to Learn English on Instagram 1. Save posts so that you can repeat lessons 2. Follow English-speaking accounts. For example, if you like football, follow football players who post in English. 3: Post Comments and Send Messages
How to Learn English on Instagram 4. Request to join live lessons When a teacher gives a live lesson, they have the ability to invite those who are watching to join them 5. Post videos of you speaking English 6: Forget that you’re learning English and enjoy the content
the Best Accounts to Follow English Teachers on Instagram @tofluency @gonaturalenglish @pronunciationwithemma @englishwithlucy @englishoutsidethebox @englishtvlive @englishwithvanessa
YOU TUBE ● Listening to your favourite songs and watching videos on youtube you can practice your language skills ● You can also use You. Tube to learn pronunciation. ● There are countless videos and tutorials that explain English grammar and pronunciation. Some are funny, and some are more informational.
Here are some good You. Tube channels: ● Learn English with Steve Ford – Steve Ford's channel teaches pronunciation and grammar, even offering test preparations to exams. Anglo-Link – This channel teaches grammar
Here are some good You. Tube channels: ● Learn English with Let's Talk - Free English Lessons – This You. Tube channel provides English lessons on various topics, including pronunciation, grammar, and word choice. ● Rachel's English – This You. Tube channel helps non-native English speakers with pronunciation. Rachel, the host, provides a variety of fun videos to help you improve your English-speaking skills.
TIK TOK Tik. Tok is a social media video app for creating and sharing short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. The application allows users to create short music and lip-sync videos of 3 to 15 seconds and short looping videos of 3 to 60 seconds.
Practice pronunciation with friends using Snapchat is a platform that lends itself to practice writing and pronunciation. You can send short videos to your friends or pictures with captions. The best part: the videos and pictures delete after 10 seconds, so any mistakes go with them!
Pinterest one of the most popular social network that allows users to visually share their hobbies and interests. Teachers and students use it to share and find resources for learning. On Pinterest, you can build boards (pages) and pin websites, pictures, texts, and graphics onto your boards.
Top Pinterest Boards for English language learners 1. ESL Collaborative Board 2. Learn English (collaborative) 3. Learn English 4. My English 5. Language: Facts, History, Uses, etc. 6. ESL 7. ESL for Deaf Students 8. ESC Region 17 Bilingual/ESL
Applications to learn languages Netflix Duolingo Mondly Languages Babbel ABA English Word. Bit Slowly
Why learn English with NETFLIX ? Learning through methods you find interesting and fun, like watching Netflix, is the best way to stick to your language goals. Essentially, you will not get bored and give up halfway through. You are more likely to remember new words and sentence structures if they are associated with something that holds your attention. Additionally, Netflix almost always offers a variety of subtitle options. Beginners can put on subtitles in their native language, while more advanced learners can use English subtitles to improve spelling and reading while they watch.
Duolingo One of the most popular and well-known free tools for learning a language online. It offers 11 completed language courses for English speakers Available on the App Store or Google Play How to use it? watch here or here
Mondly Languages another language App that help you “play your way to a new language” and get you speaking “faster than anyone else. ”
Slowly is not typical networking or dating app It lets you meet pen friends from your smartphone! Match with someone that shares your passion, write a letter and collect stamps from around the world. The app is created for those who yearn for meaningful conversations with people in the era of instant messaging. We hope to connect people around the world at a slower but better pace – one letter at a time.
Other ways to improve your language skills www. blogger. com Create a blog for your class and have students contribute regular posts. Students then share their posts on several social media sites. They may also reply to comments to their posts. RRC blog : ) 10 blogs to learn English with
What applications and websites do you use to improve your language skills? go to www. menti. com and write the name of applcation or a webste
What applications and websites do you use to improve your language skills? To give your advice to all our Erasmus + team let’s share our ideas here http: //bit. ly/media_for_English