Sharing resources through LanguageBox: example activities
This collection illustrates the range of learning activities which can be shared using the LanguageBox
|Added On:||22 Nov 2011 16:40|
|Creators:||Ms Alison Dickens|
|Tags:||learning, activities, sharing|
Keeping an e-Portfolio.
This learning object helps the user to consider what an ePortfolio is and what it might be used for. I've included the zip file (content package) which contains specialist metadata for uploading to heavy weight repositories.
mots qui ont un sens différent au singulier et au pluriel.
a list of words which differ in meaning depending on whether they are singular or plural. Corrigé is on page 2.
Reading Comprehension: Ci vuole un giallo.
In this activity students will read and test their understanding of the text, reflect on selected vocabulary and engage in autonomous research on a related topic
ppt from lecture
Spices of Portugal.
Interactive web-based exercise in the form of a crossword which tests knowledge of the names of spices in Portuguese: pepper, saffron, clove.
Romania's 'Little Vienna' (Text).
This text, together with a translation into English, accompanies the illustrated podcast in Romanian created by Valentina Moldovan, a Masters' student at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project e
Visiting the doctor.
A worksheet to test your vocabulary and prepare you for visiting a doctor in Japan
urdu phrases giving personal introductory details.
Urdu phrases giving personal introductory details. what is your name, where you live and what is your age etc
Ejercicio de comprensión auditiva: Historias y teorías de la violencia política.
Ejercicio auditivo basado en la materia que imparte en la Universidad de Southampton la Dra. Alicia Pozo-Gutiérrez sobre Teorias de Violencia Política.
Worksheet: identifying features of introductions.
This web page has activities related to identifying features of introductions in academic lectures
A collaborative information gathering exercise.This resource includes a voice presentation tool so that students can view and comment on the websites. To try it you will first need to download and then click on the voice presentation link.
Im internet sprachen lernen.
This learning object is in German, and considers how the internet can be used to practise speaking in German.
Using magazine articles to teach punjabi.
An activity for GCSE learners of punjabi.
My Room-singular/ plural verb endings.
Teach names of parts of the room and household items, rules of making singular plural, verb endings.
Teaching Punjabi Alphabet.
Ideas for teaching the Punjabi alphabet for beginners, line by line, using written and oral techniques. Aimed for children aged 6-9, but could be altered to suit children of an older age.
Community Language tutors Methodology session Feb 2011 - PPT.
PPT of methodolgy session run by Liz Lord & Jackie Berry with Community Language tutors in Southampton 22.2.2011. This was created for the Community Cafe project. It gives a range of advice and guidance for teaching languages in the classroom.
Exploitation de texte.
Une série d'exercices de compréhension de texte au sujet d'un sondage réalisé auprès du public français quant à leur santé.
Diwali Quiz in Punjabi.
Brief quiz about Diwali for GCSE level children (in English).
Ejercicio que introduce ciertos aspectos que se deben tener en cuenta al redactar textos argumentativos o de opinión.
Il tuo CV al passo con i tempi.
Activity-based learning object focussing on how to create a video CV in Italian to maximise your employability.
This resource includes a dice template which can be printed and cut out for use in language classes. It incorporates 6 common topics for language learning: family and friends, food, festivals, holidays, sports and school. It also includes some ideas for using the dice in class. All instructions and stimulus questions are written in English but it can be used for any language. The dice has been created to stimulate vocabulary learning and discussion in language classes. It is intended to provide teachers with a resource which will engage and motivate young learners (8 – 14 year olds) who are at the beginners/pre-intermediate stages of language learning.