• our blogs/podcasts



  • our tweets

  • martha

  • gai

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  • miho

    • Long time I left this. Now Amy's friends are at our house and having fun. They are happy because all are same class after the break again. 7 years ago
  • mina

    • Hi Tomorrow we have easter egg hunt at Miho's house! Everyday we busy with kids. My kids want to go to school!!! Maybe I give a lot of work. 7 years ago
  • misook

    • I will have to pay telephone charges at Etisalat and buy some to eat at supermarket, a fridge is empty. 7 years ago
  • sean

rubrics

Assessment: writing (10 points)

First draft (7 points)

Second draft (3 points)

  • 1 point: posted on time in edmodo
  • 1-2 points: corrections made

Assessment: reading – ClassMarker quizzes (10 points)

  • 1-2 points: posted on time (2), one day late (1)
  • 1-8 points: number of correct questions

Assessment: listening – ClassMarker quizzes (10 points)

  • 1-2 points: posted on time (2), one day late (1)
  • 1-8 points: number of correct questions

Assessment: blog – post on blogger (10 points)

  • 1 point: posted on time
  • 1 point: title included
  • 2 points: content formatted correctly
  • 1 point: picture included
  • 2 points: commented on 2 other students’ blogs
  • 2 points: comment quality

Assessment: twitter – tweets on twitter (10 points)

  • 10 points: posted ten tweets, on at least five different days. Five tweets must be related to students’ study/learning.

Assessment: podcast – make on mypodcasts (10 points)

Assessment: group presentation on google docs (10 points)

  • 1-2 points: completed on time (2), one day late (1)
  • 1 point: opening slide modified correctly
  • 1-5 points: 5 bullet points on each slide
  • 1-2 points: pictures included with references

2 Responses

  1. Sean,

    I work at RKWC and I came to your session at e-learning this semester.

    I just wanted to say thanks for sharing your idea. This is a great model for organising an online course. I am trying to set up a similar thing for IELTS practice.

    Thanks again!

    Nathan

  2. Hi Nathan,

    Glad that you like the resource. Please feel free to contact me if you need to discuss any of the details. By the way, Andy Downer at SWC has set up an IELTS WordPress blog. Not sure of the address but I’m sure he would be more than willing to share ideas.

    Enjoy the holiday.
    Sean

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