Multimedia and technology, such as the Internet, CD-ROM and video, are the subjects of this section, with imaginative ideas and practical advice about how to integrate technology into your teaching.
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Teaching technologies articles
An article giving suggestions on how to create interactive materials for English teaching.
An article discussing non-linear narrative and EFL/ESL and suggestions for creative writing projects.
Advice and suggestions on how to set up self-access centres.
An article offering advice and suggestions on how to teach English using video.
Advice and instructions on how to create your own web page.
Advice and suggestions on how to conduct successful internet lessons in the English classroom.
An article offering advice and suggestions on how to teach English using the internet.
From blogs to virtual learning environments and wikis, the range of technologies can be bewildering. Pete Sharma is here to help with explanations and suggestions about how you can use technology in the classroom.
Jamie Keddie provides a novel approach to using the Internet to research differences in language usage.
This is the first in a three-part series of practical teaching tips which offer ideas on using new technologies in the classroom. Part 1 follows on from the survey article, 'Types of technology used in teaching', and looks at using podcasts, blogs and wikis.
This is the second in a three-part series of practical articles which offer ideas on using new technologies in the classroom. This article looks at using electronic dictionaries, courseware and interactive whiteboards.
This is the final article in a three-part series which offers practical ideas on using new technologies in the classroom. Here, Pete Sharma looks at using email, chat and virtual learning environments in language courses.
In this article from the archives of English Teaching professional magazine, Elisabeth Halmer identifies the need for new competencies in the new century.