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Digital Resources

we used

GoConqr

GoconqrWe can create mind maps, flashcards, slides, notes, quizzes and flow charts about one subject.We can access with a Google account, Facebook or email.

Edmodo

EdmodoWe can use to share ideas and news about English.The teacher needs to create an account and to invite the students. They can access with a Google account, Facebook or email.

Write and Improve

Write and improveWe can write a text and submit. We receive a result, which shows what is wrong or what is the level (A1 to C2). Then we can write the same text with other words or other language structures, correcting what was wrong at the first time.The students can access with a Google account, Facebook or email.

Text Inspector

Text inspectorWe write the text and it shows the level of the vocabulary.The students don't have to create an account.

Socrative

SocrativeWe can use it to create a quiz, e.g. the teacher prepares questions and according to the students answer a corresponding rocket moves forward or backward.The teacher can access with a Google account or email. The students have to access with the class code the teacher provides.

ELO

ELOWe use this for planning classes, creating games and doing activities.There are three ways to access: visitor - no email required; students can access with any email; teachers can access with any email.

Thesaurus

ThesaurusWe can use to find synonyms, antonyms, definitions.It’s not necessary to create an account.

English Profile

English Profile vocabularyWe can check the word level according to the CEFR.It’s not necessary to create an account.

Mentimeter

MentimeterWe can create word clouds and other interactive contents, e.g. the teacher chooses a theme and asks the students to submit words about this.We can access with a Google account, Facebook or email.

Genially

Genial.lyWe can use it to create interactive and animated content as games, presentations and mindmaps.You can access with a Google account, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or email.

It is the result of my Master's research available at: https://bit.ly/2G9N5I7

This presentation was created by students in a teacher training course after three semesters of pedagogical practices.