What is the difference between the present simple, present continuous and the present perfect simple
This article explains the difference between the present simple , the present continuou s, the present perfect simple or the present perfect continuous .
Rehabilitation for the reading seminar: Towards a slow pedagogy in professionalization
The article describes a concrete form of training (reading seminar), exposes the underlying rationale, discusses the conditions and clarifies possible effects.
It is applicable within any team of education professionals, regardless of educational …
COSMO: Virtual reality and augmented reality
COSMO is a research project involving companies from the manufacturing industry, research groups as well as secondary schools.
Case studies as a working method in health sciences
In this article you will find information about the use of cases as working methods in health sciences. You can use cases to learn content
to illustrate. You can also use them as a work method to process learning content. In this
article focuses …
6 strategies to learn a new language faster
In this article you will read some ways to boost your language acquisition.
Five listening exercises that include music
"Music is the soul of language," said Max Heindel. Here it is important that you or the students pay attention to the speaking pace, pronunciation and language.
An example of an exercise can be to let your students write a story based on …
Ten lesson ideas for speaking exercises
In this package you will find ten ideas and speaking assignments with which students can speak freely in the classroom. The emphasis of these exercises is on speaking together, telling, presenting, describing, reconstructing and also listening to …
Boost your foreign languages with Netflix
Blog post explaining how Language Learning with Netflix works.
Via this extension you can play subtitles on Netflix in two languages in a Chrome browser and look up vocabulary in a foreign language.
Children of the collaboration: Documentary series on Canvas
They are estimated at 300,000: the children of Belgians who were suspected or accused of collaborating with Nazi Germany after the Second World War. Canvas gives a number of them an extensive say in the Children of the collaboration series . …