Technology in the teaching of second languages

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Free Technology for Teachers: Use Google Drive to Share Videos Privately- Free Technology for Teachers

“Google Drive is full of options that often go overlooked. One of those options is privately sharing videos. To share videos through Google Drive upload them to your Google Drive account, preview them, then share by using the sharing options at the top of the preview screen. The sharing options allow you specify who can access the video. The screenshots below outline the process. (Click the images to view them in full size).”

Source: www.freetech4teachers.com

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How to Use Google Drive for Descriptive Feedback Using Sharing Options

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How to Use Google Drive for Descriptive Feedback. Act on John Hattie’s research suggesting descriptive feedback has the greatest influence on learning.

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Get started with Hangouts On Air – Google+ Help

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Want the world to hear what you have to say? Well, with Hangouts On Air, you can share and record your live discussions and performances with everyone! Hangouts On Air lets you:

Maria Wilbar‘s insight:

Another excellent tool to connect with students in a distance learning scenario.

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How to Add Voice Comments to Google Documents | iTeach @ Leeward

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Do you want to give students feedback about their work or have student peer editing by voice ? Then you’ll want to add the Voice Comments application from

Maria Wilbar‘s insight:

Excellent tool for second language learning! Students can be asked to add to their written assignment a voice comment. Or if students are collaborating in groups on the same document, they can leave voice comments for their classmates. This can be very helpful also for the teacher. He/she can model speech and pronunciation especially for online classes.

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20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students.

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Google Docs has revolutionised the way we create and edit content on the web. It is a genuine collaboration tool like nothing that has come before it.

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