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MiND MAPPiNG THE ENGLiSHCiRCLE…

This is a Mind Map of the ENGLiSHCiRCLE territory…

Click the screen icon on the right of the green “Public Diagram” icon above to see it Full Screen!
Click the various items to discover all the FREE online English learning resources out there…

Enjoy!


Vocabulary: The Oxford 3000 Wordlist

Which words should students learn to succeed in English?

Discover the power of the Oxford 3000 Wordlist...

Discover the power of the Oxford 3000 Wordlist…

Patrick White, Head of Dictionaries and Reference Grammar in the English Language Teaching Division of Oxford University Press explains why students ask this question, and what might be the answer.

DOWNLOAD the full brochure here


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Mobile “English Learning” Apps for telephones, tables, etc…

Now you can choose when and how to learn: anytime, anywhere, 30 seconds or 30 minutes, at home or on the go.

Teach yourself the basics, or give yourself a challenge. Explore these apps to find out more.

http://www.cambridgemobileapps.com/


English as Second Language: FREE iPad, iPhone, iPod Apps 1

If you are studying English as a second language and are looking for FREE iPad, iPhone or iPod Applications, here is a great list from Squidoo.com:

“It’s been a long time that I wished to have handy ESL resources that can be easily grabbed somewhere on my iPad. I spent time searching for this Apps and compiled each links below. The good news is that it is all FREE. I have not tried all of them yet but I am going to. I saw each demo and it was all great. But the best part is to identify which of these are the best.”
By Alohagems


Scan Pierre GESLiN’s QR Code 1

Pierre GESLIN's QR Code

From Wikipedia:
A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) is a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) first designed for the automotive industry. More recently, the system has become popular outside of the industry due to its fast readability and comparatively large storage capacity. The code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. The information encoded can be made up of any kind of data (e.g., binary, alphanumeric, or Kanji symbols).[1]

Created by Toyota subsidiary Denso Wave in 1994 to track vehicles during the manufacturing process,[2] the QR code is one of the most popular types of two-dimensional barcodes. It was designed to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed.[3]

The technology has seen frequent use in Japan; the United Kingdom is the seventh-largest national consumer of QR codes.[4

Scan Pierre GESLiN’s QR code  (this image on the right) with your smart phone equiped with a QR Reader Application (any smartphone) to get Pierre GESLIN’s contact details.

Generate YOUR OWN code with a QR Code generator (such as this one for iPhone).

Have fun!
Let me know what you think….


European language levels – Self Assessment Grid 1

How well do you speak English? Do you know?

Check out your language Levels with the Self Assessment Grid of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)


Create your Language ePortfolio now! 1

The EAQUALS-ALTE ePortfolio (e ELP) has been created to act as a tool to help you develop your capacity to reflect on objectives, ways of learning and success in language learning, as well as plan and assume more responsibility for your own learning.

The ePortfolio uses electronic technologies as a container (rather than the folder in the paper-based version) allowing you to store items in many media (scanned documents, audio, video, graphics) – this becomes a digital archive of your work which allows you to develop a portfolio that meets your goals.

It is important for you to register for access to the ePortfolio as your email address will be used to keep you informed of upgrades to the ePortfolio.

Register to download your EAQUALS-ALTE ePortfolio

You can also download the EAQUALS ALTE Guided Pathway: A Guide to Navigating the EAQUALS ALTE Electronic European Portfolio. This Guided Pathway will help you work with your eELP.

View EAQUALS ALTE Guided Pathway PDF


Download Podcasts to your SmartPhone! 1

There is a new feature on Listen to English which allows you to download podcasts direct to your iPhone or other Smart Phone.

Below each podcast there is a link “Download to your SmartPhone”. Click the link to display a QR barcode. If your phone has a camera, an internet connection and a barcode reader, the phone will be able to read the barcode and download the podcast mp3.

This feature is still experimental. Please let Peter Carter know if you find it useful, and if you find any problems with it.

Here, the image above right is an example of this podcast


Intelligent Business English (Pre-intermediate) 1

“Intelligent Business” is a dynamic and flexible English Coursebook with an integrated range of components to develop student’s knowledge of the business world and the skills to work within it.

Follow this link to the “Intelligent Business” “Companion Website”

Coursebook | Audio CDs | CourseBook CDs | Workbook | Workbook CD | Teacher’s Book | Test Master CD-ROM | CD-ROM