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More Of The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly

As promised, I’m following up my previous list, The Best Ways For Students (And Anyone Else!) To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly, with a “Part Two.” I’m not going to repeat the background I shared as an introduction to the last one, but I hope you will review it before you read this one.  I used the same criteria in determining which sites I should include in Part Two, including the one that no registration is required to use these sites.  And, as in the previous list, these sites either include an email function within the site itself (meaning that you don’t need to have your own email to send the link to a friend or a teacher for posting elsewhere) or it provides a unique url address and/or an embed code that you can post on a blog or a website like Jottit. Just because the site appears in Part Two doesn’t necessarily mean I think it’s not as good as the ones that I included in Part One.  I was just running out of space in that first post.  And, as in the first list, I’m not listing them in any kind of ranked order, unlike my other The Best… lists. Here they are: BAKE A BIRTHDAY CAKE: Who needs to send a birthday card when, instead,  you can send a virtual Birthday Cake that includes a message of...

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A Look Back…

Each month, I publish a feature where I “look back” at posts I’ve made one and two years ago (at about this time). I share ones that I think people might still find useful. Here are some from one year ago: Not “The Best…,” But “A List” Of Search Engines For Social Media The Best ESL/EFL Software The Best Sites To Learn About The Recession The Best Sites For Free ESL/EFL Hand-Outs & Worksheets A Good Collection Of Clozes Superb English Site Back Online Virtual Grammar Lab And here are some interesting ones from two years ago: The Best Art Websites For Learning English The Best Online Video Games For Learning Language & Content Knowledge The Best Ways For Students (And Anyone Else!) To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly More Of The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly What Are You Doing In That Computer Lab? Teacher Book Wizard Breathing Earth Share...

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Part Four Of The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily & Quickly

I know I said I was going to stop at part three of my series on The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly and Painlessly , but found I had a few more good ones I had forgotten to include earlier. The same criteria apply, including no registration is required, the sites are accessible to English Language Learners, content can be created in a few minutes, the completed product is hosted on the site’s server for an indefinite period of time, and there’s an email feature within the site so you can send your creation to a teacher or a friend. Several of these sites are used as commercial advertisements. Because of that, in addition to using them for language-development activities, I use them as opportunities for lessons with students about the market culture of our society and commercial manipulation. If we are going to use these commercial sites to enhance reading, writing, listening and speaking objectives, I think we also have to assist our students to critically engage the world using higher-order thinking skills. Here are ten more sites: DIRECT A WILDLIFE FILM: This is a great one! You can create a film using video clips, sounds, captions, and music at the National Geographic Filmmaker, and then email the link. MAKE ANOTHER MOVIE: I’ve shared in the previous sections about animated movie-making sites, but JuniorNet is...

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One More Site For The Best Ways To Create Online Content

I forgot to include one other site in my three-part series “The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly, & Painlessly.” This last one is a viral marketing ad from an athletic shoe manufacturer.  You write a message, and a founder of the “free-running” sport runs over the letters of your message.  You can then email the link to a teacher or friend. You can find it at K Swiss Free Running.  It was a little buggy when I tried it, so you probably want to be patient until it completely loads. I’ll be placing the link somewhere on my Examples of Student Work page. Share...

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Part Three Of The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily & Quickly

I’ve decided that there are enough additional good web applications to add a part three to The Best Ways For Students (and Anyone Else!) To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly and More Of The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly. The criteria to get on this list remains the same, so I’d encourage you to revisit the previous two lists to get a little more background. I don’t think it’s necessary to repeat it here. You might also want to explore all my other “The Best….” lists, too, along with the 8,000 categorized links on my website. The links on this list, and more, can specifically be found on my Examples of Student Work page. Here they are: DESIGN A SNOWFLAKE: You can virtually cut and design a snowflake, write a message on it, and email the link to a teacher or friend at Snow Days. CREATE YOUR OWN ART COLLECTION: Choose paintings you like from the Tate Museum in Great Britain, describe your collection, and then email it. SEND A MYSTERY MESSAGE: Go to the Museum of Science – Ancient Egypt and write a message that the recipient has to excavate from an archaeological dig in order to read. DESIGN YOUR DREAM ROOM: Create your ideal kitchen, bedroom or living room at Bravo TV. MAKE YOUR OWN PICTURE DICTIONARY: Splashr is an...

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