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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2006 6:37 pm    Post subject: Free softwares: author wares Reply with quote

Hi,

I wanted to know if any of you used freewares in the classroom and which ones
I set up a website for my students using different softs such as :
-Hotpotatoes the most famous one: gapfillers, match, crosswords.... download here http://hotpot.uvic.ca/
-Netquiz: it should be useful but it's in French... humhum...;
Download http://www.ccdmd.qc.ca/ri/netquizpro/

I also set up a Learning management system for the pupils which allows me to track their results, send them private message to coach them... I'm only starting with it so there is little and clumsy material. you can try it out on my website at this adress: Login testit Password: testit
there: http://www.makingenglishfun.info/ganseha/intro/index.php
The LMS (like WEBCT and so on) is opensource(free) from www.anemalab.org French again although there is an English version

Do you know any other useful one/ quality softs?

Guillaume Bodet
EFL teacher, France
www.makingenglishfun.info
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