Saturday, September 14, 2013

Facebook Groups to practice English and connect to the world

Facebook groups are for sharing classroom work, collaborating, sharing ideas, hosting discussions, posting class notes, scheduling reminders, fun activities, meeting teachers and students, singing, watching videos, playing games, asking questions, connecting to the world and materials to help you improve your language...

Our groups:

Doris 3m EFl Center

Intercambios Intermedios

My avatar for Peace

My Face for Peace - Venezuela

A group where you can meet people from the world: 
Real Life English

Things to remember when participating in our groups:

* no mean commenting!!
* give constructive feedback
* respond with supporting outside resources,
* encourage other students


* NOTHING you do online is EVER private.
* Everything you post becomes part of your “personal brand.”

Think before you post

Digital Etiquette of Photos

* post images that are related to the topics discussed or that promote more practice.
* Ask for permission when posting an image that's not yours.
* Post a photo  that won't embarrassed you or the ones in the photo.
* No nudity
* No discrimination
* No political issues

Well, hope this help you improve your use of the language and enjoy communicating and sharing your ideas with the world... Don't forget to have fun and Think before you post!

Keep Shining Love and Peace!
Dr. Doris Molero

Exchange Project: Intercambios Intermedios/ Intermediate Exchanges

Hello, everyone... This is to announce our exchange project with students from the Minnesota State University.. Check their site and find out more about it. We'll be meeting Professor Amy Fullerton and her Spanish Students. 

This project is a bilingual adventure to provide you with opportunities to learn and practice English with English speakers... WE have a group for this project..Intercambios Intermedios or Intermediate Exchanges..

If you are interested in participating.. register to the group and get ready to have fun and connect to the world in English by helping MSUM student practice Spanish and learn about our country. Hope to see you around...

Keep shining love and peace!
Dr. Doris Molero

Fireworks Hearts

These are some of the fireworks that have left their marks in our classes...

  Jan-Apr 2013

  Sep-Dec 2012

 May-Jul 2012  

Jan-Apr 2012

Sep-Dec 2013 Exam dates

Written Exam
Listening: dictation, selection, matching, filling a chart, answering questions
Social language: vocabulary and expressions
Grammar: fill n the black, use the correct form of the verb, answer the question, etc
Reading: Read the text and answer questions or say true or false
Writing: Write a short paragraph

For the written exam, you just need a pencil and a pen.

Oral Exam
1. Tell about you and your new friend
2. Answer questions about your maps
3. Have a conversation with a classmate

For the oral exam, you will need mindmaps. Visit this link for more info on your oral exam