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Top 20 web 2.0 tools

Introduction to some latest tech tools for EFL/ESL classes.
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on 18 September 2013

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Glenn Prajjwal Rai - Istanbul Sehir University
Top 20 web 2.0 tools
Vocabulary
Quizlet
Puzzlemaker
Wordle/ Tagxedo
Bitstrips
Wordsift
Writing
Edmodo/ Wikis
Glogster
Storyboard/ Story Jumper
Wall Wisher
Myebook
Speaking and Listening
Vocaroo/ Audioboo
Voki
Blabberize
Ted Talks
Miscellaneous
Epals
GoAnimate/ Animoto/ Photostory
ToonDo/ DoInk
Prezi
Telescopictext
Weebly
Quizlet
Excellent tool for creating quizzes and flash cards.
Puzzlemaker
Discovery Education's Puzzlemaker provides teachers, students, and parents, the tools necessary to create crossword, puzzles, word search puzzles and mazes.
Wordle/ Tagxedo
Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide.
Can be an excellent vocabulary project for students.
Tagxedo: for bigger images.
Bitstrips
Make and share your own comic strips with thousands of others.

Bitstrips for Schools is an educational tool that engages students using a medium they love - Comics!
Wordsift
Excellent tool for learning vocabulary for visual learners.
Ted Talks
TED Talks provide viewers with insightful and thought-provoking commentary and ideas. The contents of many TED Talks can be directly or indirectly applied to your classroom practices.

Free access to all TED talks.
Vocaroo/ Audioboo
Vocaroo is a quick and easy way to share voice messages over the interwebs.
Can be used for class projects, recording assignments for exam classes. Free – open source
Voki
Voki is a FREE service that lets you:
- Create customized avatars.
- Add voice to your Voki avatars.
- Post your Voki to any blog, website, or profile.
- Take advantage of Voki's learning resources.
Blabbrize
Can be an excellent tool. Teachers can use this for assigning speaking projects.
This tool can make your images talk. All the talking images can be downloaded as short movies.
Weebly
GoAnimate/ Animoto
ToonDo
Prezi
DoInk
ePals
http://www/weebly.com
http://eflglenn.weebly.com/classroom-speaking.html
Edmodo/Wikis
Glogster
StoryJumper
Wall Wisher
MyEbook
Myebook helps you create and publish your own ebooks.

You have an option of selling your ebooks though this website.
http://www.doink.com/
An interface between students and teachers
telescopictext.org
A tool for teaching sentence structure.
Can be helpful in reading.
By the end of this presentation we would have:
- reviewed some of the latest web 2.0 tools which can be used in EFL/ ESL classrooms.
- observed how teachers can make the classes more interesting though the use of technology.
Objectives
“Teachers are the one and only people who save nations.”
~ Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Generation X
Born: 1966-1976 : Gen X is often characterized by high levels of skepticism, “what’s in it for me” attitudes and a reputation for some of the worst music to ever gain popularity.

Generation Y
Born: 1977-1994
Gen Y are less brand loyal and the speed of the Internet has led the cohort to be similarly flexible and changing in its fashion, style consciousness and where and how it is communicated with.

Generation Z
Born: 1995-2012
Gen Z kids will grow up with a highly sophisticated media and computer environment and will be more Internet savvy and expert than their Gen Y forerunners.
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