I’m not teaching C levels this year, but as I’m doing one of these IBsteam courses (accreditation for technological skills), I couldn’t keep myself from producing this linguistic mediation activity. In this mediation, students should be able to cope with two tasks that are closely knitted. One part of the mediation is to explain the…… Continue reading C1 Written mediation: Reliable information
In this post you have a wordcloud and a flipping card activity with words for the topic of technology for intermediate levels. How to use? Look at the words included in the wordcloud (it’s supposed to look like a laptop, but looks a bit wierd to me lol!). Think about the meaning of the words…… Continue reading B1/B2 Flipping card Technology vocabulary
Photo by Nataliya Vaitkevich on Pexels.com With the massive increase of technology in the workplace, many have seen how emails and messages constantly make their way into their free time. There’s no denying that tools and technologies have helped improve productivity, flexibility and collaboration among employees, however, the same technology that gives them the ability…… Continue reading C1/C2 Listening 3 Rules for a better work-life balance
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Are you tech-savvy? Do you feel baffled by the technology you have to struggle with in your daily life or are you rather a person that always keeps up to date in terms of the most modern technological devices? Here you can do a ‘Use of English (Use of English IS a nice new word for…… Continue reading Open cloze ‘Parents Baffled by tech-savy children’
Image Jason Blackeye There has been a lot of talk about the moon lately because fifty years ago man set foot on it. There also seems to be a lot of debate related to whether this actually happened or if it was merely propaganda due to the Space Race. Aware as I am that this… Continue reading Listening Advanced C1: Do We Really Need the Moon?