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  • Janet Halbert's blog | ANVILL
    paid for a class set of headsets w microphones I plan on using them for the semester exams next week Right now I m uploading visual aural prompts that are based on our district s common assessment I m not sure yet how to put them together into a test format I guess I had better check the tutorials Next I will have to enroll my students so they have

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/blog/7973?destination=blog%2F7973 (2013-06-13)
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  • Blogs | ANVILL
    June 7 2012 6 56am We are a Language Center in Medellín Colombia that has three EFL programs for different age groups Our Children English Program hosts students from 5 to 11 years old They are grouped not only based on language proficiency level but also to age given their cognitive and developmental levels Sandra Gaviria s blog Read more June 2012 ANVILL Internationally webcast Submitted by anvill admin on June 5 2012 2 49pm It s always gratifying and humbling when we get to share ANVILL with colleagues around the world This term the University of Oregon s American English Institute is offering 3 sections of Building Teaching Skills through the Interactive Web to 75 EFL educators in more than 25 different countries The team teaching the course invited ANVILL Project Manager Jeff Magoto to introduce how ANVILL is being used internationally anvill admin s blog Read more April 2012 Authoring with ANVILL pt 2 Submitted by anvill admin on April 15 2012 4 28pm At the end of March ANVILL project manager Jeff Magoto and his Yamada Language Center colleagues Bené Santos and Sarah Foroughifar gave a four hour workshop on Authoring with ANVILL at the annual TESOL conference in Philadelphia anvill admin s blog Read more English for life Submitted by Fernando Biazi on March 12 2012 11 17am Let s learn English together Fernando Biazi s blog February 2012 Authoring with ANVILL Submitted by anvill admin on February 26 2012 11 55am ANVILL Project Manager Jeff Magoto recently did a webcast on Authoring with ANVILL for participants at the Educause West Southwest Regional Conference in Portland Oregon This presentation focuses on ANVILL s tools for creating a variety of speech based tasks anvill admin s blog Read more My first assessment on Anvill Submitted by Janet

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  • Blogs | ANVILL
    I think I can learn how to use it Sharon Sharon Hennessy s blog Meita s Blog Submitted by Meita Lukitawati on August 14 2011 11 04pm Meita Lukitawati Sujatna s blog Teacher s Reflection Submitted by Karolina De Vrgna on August 14 2011 7 29am Dear students I will use this place to reflect on the work being done each week See you soon Karolina De Vrgna s blog Irina VBlog Submitted by Irina Vasilieva on August 11 2011 1 03am Hi This is another try of the post Привет Kind Irina Irina Vasilieva s blog Irina VBlog Submitted by tcast 20 on August 10 2011 4 35am Hi Very nice tool it still requires practicing How about Russian З а ме ч атe ль но tcast 20 s blog Read more My blog Submitted by Natalya Deryabkina on August 8 2011 9 49pm Hello World Natalya Natalya Deryabkina s blog May 2011 Exchanges that Work screencast added Submitted by anvill admin on May 1 2011 11 54pm ANVILL gives your students a platform for speech based activities that go well beyond the classroom Today s session will focus on what language instructors do to make those exchanges meaningful

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/blog?page=2&destination=blog%3Fpage%3D1 (2013-06-13)
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  • Blogs | ANVILL
    August means that schools are starting up once again across North America We want to welcome back teachers and students who ve used ANVILL in the past and extend warm wishes to those who may be using it for the first time anvill admin s blog Read more There s a new course posted in my Courses for a simulation using the Gulf catastrophe Submitted by Helen Guillory on August 15 2010 2 26pm There s a new course posted in my Courses for a simulation using the Gulf catastrophe It comes from an article on the European Union s view of how this should affect their legislation on off shore emplacement security http europeecologie eu Catastrophe du Golfe du Mexique L Helen Guillory s blog ANVILL Opens Its Doors Internationally Submitted by anvill admin on July 14 2010 8 02am Effective July 1 ANVILL is now available to language educators around the world We now feel that we have the bandwidth and support staff available to support a growing body of users While we hope ANVILL s audio and video tools will work just as well internationally as they do in North America we re not sure We ask our friends abroad help us better understand what it takes to make a free and bandwidth intensive resource like this available on a large scale Don t hesitate to contact us with questions ANVILL Team anvill admin s blog Mis Experiencias Con Parques de Atracciones Submitted by Rhonda Rother on April 8 2010 6 48pm Cuando yo era joven nunca fui a un parque de atracciones Pero tenía vacaciones tan interesantes Muchas de mis vacaciones fueron pasadas en Colorado con mi familia Eramos mi padre mi madre dos hermanos tres hermanas y por supuesto yo Por qué fuimos tanto a

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  • Blogs | ANVILL
    54pm I have lots of reasons to hate Internet Explorer and I have added another After crafting a lovely lesson in Anvill I took my students to the computer lab with mics and heaphones They should have Chatted as practice and then posted on the VoiceBoard as documentation of oral practice None of it worked It was IE 7 which is supposed to be a minimum At least they could read an article online and write a summary in the forum Tod Grobey s blog Read more This is fun Submitted by Tod Grobey on October 10 2009 2 48pm I m having fun setting things up so that my students can access and use this program I m trying to bear in mind that I ve never really had a language lab so I probably need to get myself accustomed to thinking of it s potential Here are some things that I am wishing for Tod Grobey s blog Read more Sister School Sought Submitted by Melinda Berg on October 6 2009 9 04am I would like to enhance my students new language acquisition experience by partnering with other teachers and their students Students can practice their fledgling Spanish with other students who are at the same ability level as they are The novel ness of a student from hundreds of miles away will make the activity exciting and new Please contact me if you are interested in sharing Spanish I students Each of my three classes contains about 28 students in grade 9 Melinda Berg s blog Read more Better Understanding With Better Pronunciation www frprononciation info Submitted by Helen Guillory on September 20 2009 3 40pm My multi media course needed updating for its new purpose From now my modules for sounds of French is called Better

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  • Blogs | ANVILL
    Online Survey Student Reading Interests Submitted by Misti Williamsen on May 26 2009 5 56pm The survey I am posting is designed for high intermediate to low advanced English speakers The people I eventually would like to survey are AEI students at this level but other students friends with similar abilities may be used as well The main focus of this survey is to gauge each survey taker s interest motivation levels when it comes to reading in and out of their classes If you wish to take this survey please click here Misti Williamsen s blog Pre Test What do you know about India Submitted by Misti Williamsen on May 26 2009 5 43pm This quiz is a pre unit evaluation of student knowledge in relation to Indian culture especially marriage culture The questions mostly cover listening comprehension and speaking skills In respect to a rubric there is no real set scoring rubric because the quiz is a pre test that will not be scored for a grade Instead my assessment will center on how well students can share their opinions clearly stated connections and transitions used if necessary etc as well as considerations including each student s intonation sentence stress and rhythm Misti Williamsen s blog Read more Post Test What has Langston taught us Submitted by Misti Williamsen on May 26 2009 5 23pm My target population for every quiz survey during this term is high intermediate to low advanced university age learners studying English in an ESL program at an American University This quiz is designed to test students comprehension listening and speaking skills through questions based on a poetry unit about Langston Hughes It may be difficult because the material is based on future classroom discussion but if you wish to take the quiz please

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  • Fall 2011 | ANVILL
    on September 7 2011 7 34am I m learning how to navigate here The quiz feature is interesting I think I can learn how to use it Sharon Sharon Hennessy s blog User login Username or e mail Password Create

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/25601?destination=node%2F25601 (2013-06-13)
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  • Sharon Hennessy's blog | ANVILL
    Sharon Hennessy on September 7 2011 7 34am I m learning how to navigate here The quiz feature is interesting I think I can learn how to use it Sharon User login Username or e mail Password Create new student

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/blog/5873?destination=blog%2F5873 (2013-06-13)
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