Tag Archives: vocabulary

Tagxedo or Wordle?

What is the difference between Tagxedo & Wordle? Continuation from my post on Wordle… Tagxedo has taken Wordle a step further by allowing you to create shapes out of your word clouds. This is the main difference, here are the … Continue reading

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Bubble your vocabulary!

Bubbl.us is a fantastic, free and easy to use tool to create great looking mind maps. It’s quick and straightforward for both teachers and students to use would look fab on displays. Perfect for vocabulary building! Have a play around with … Continue reading

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Wish you had a wall like this?!

Wallwisher in the classroom I love this nifty little tool, absolutely free, no registration (just an email address), simple and so many effective ways to use it in and out of the classroom! Essentially it works like an online noticeboard … Continue reading

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Lingro your website

Lingro - goes by the description of ‘The coolest dictionary known to hombre’ and I have to agree! This is a free, easy to use translating tool that makes looking in the dictionary a lot more fun and interactive! Type in … Continue reading

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Create your own cartoon strips

Kar2ouche or Toonlet? I have been looking into Toonlet as a tool for teachers to use in the  MFL classroom to develop students’ ideas and progression of language in a really fun and visual way.  I have explored other software … Continue reading

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Create your own games for free

Free customizable activities for IWB Classtools.net is a website where you can make and customise your own games to use on with a smartboard. I have used it to revise vocabulary or as a starter/plenary. To encourage whole class participation … Continue reading

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Using “Wordle” in MFL lessons

How to use Wordle in the MFL classroom: If you haven’t come across Wordle yet you are in for a treat. This incredibly simple website has lots of potential for using creative activities with ICT in the MFL classroom. Essentially … Continue reading

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