By Tom Rank
Are looking to get boys fascinated with poetry? try out developing a wiki-war at the use of shape and constitution. or even a podcast to improve shut research of language. How approximately getting them running a blog approximately their favorite characters? in accordance with confirmed ideas of the simplest how you can use ICT in English, this useful source appears at while and the way ICT can be utilized to interact and encourage scholars of English, yet in basic terms whilst it complements instructing and studying, by no means for its personal sake. starting with an summary of what ICT can supply and the way it truly is altering the way in which we train and research, the authors then provide sensible examples of actions and concepts to achieve key English talents and studying ambitions in secondary colleges. during the booklet, there are tried-and-tested rules for tackling the hard-to-teach themes, and there's additionally a committed web site with hyperlinks to precious web pages, the authors' favorite suggestions and downloadable assets.
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The real skills are central to English: the writing and designing of the slides; the writing and adjustment of the performance scripts and practising the finished work to get timing and effects just right. Students should be encouraged to reflect on their work and adjust the text and effects accordingly.
Throw Up I throw up my hands In despair in shock in horror In ultimate defeat My life conspires to throw up Surprises, problems, difficulties and Unexpected shattering conclusions Living every day throws up Faults in character, Embarrassing blemishes Half-healed scars . . No good concealing them. They rise, dark, half-hidden whales, To the surface of my eyes From the deeps of long-gone wars Like ghosts of sunken battleships. And no matter that I try To throw up a palisade The outside world still lobs A sudden grenade Into the foxhole Wrecking everything I’ve made.
This brief outline will, we hope, be enough to persuade you to pay a visit to both sites; they are constantly adding new poems and resources. Try this Easy access to audio can be invaluable when studying poetry but other texts can benefit too. Martin Luther King’s legendary ‘I have a dream’ speech of 28 August 1963 is rich resource which can be used for a wide range of student activities, including aspects of oratory such as repetition and imagery. A good place to start is the Open University’s Moving Words website, which has audio extracts and a transcript as well as detailed suggestions and resources.
Teaching English using ICT: A practical guide for secondary school teachers by Tom Rank