Thursday, February 18, 2010


 An interesting tool I explored for speaking/listening exercises/quizzes is lingt. It allows the instructor to develop questions very easily--in fact it seemed too easy. After students submit their answers, the instructor  can go back in to the site and not only mark the exercise but provide oral feedback, too. I made a short sample exercise to explore the technology. It's one of the tools that I certainly intend to look at more closely; it seems to be a lot easier than many of the competitors out there. If you do the exercise, I will receive an e-mail allowing me to see how you did;-)


  1. Looks like you've been busy Veronica! I'll have to check out some of the links you've provided.

    Between trying to catch up at work and taking vacation last week, I didn't get much time at all in the SL session...

    Just briefly read your comments on wikis...will go have another looksee...

  2. BAW10 was really busy--I've barely managed to skim the surface of the possibilities, but I can always go back into the materials and explore further on my own. It's a great course, and I thoroughly recommend it, but you do have to allow yourself time to do it--I took 1.5 days per week of PD time, and that barely allowed me to keep up.