Monday, April 25, 2016

Week#9 - TEPS Mega-Memrise, Mindmaps, & Graphic Organizers

A Memrise Possibility   
:   TTP Memrise Group  << Make sure you've joined

Last chance for homestay application edits
Best to include at least a short introduction in the homestay comment portion.
Downloadable from here

Email the updated form to

Coming up Next...

Graphic Organizers,  Mindmaps, 

Take a look at the guides for Graphic Organizers and Mind Maps.

Try to create a simple mindmap or graphic organizer and post it on your blog.


Take a look at the Presentation Guide.

Things to Do/Try

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Week#8 - Brisbane Bound & Memrise

This week, we need to start preparing for the overseas portion of TTP.
Please add the romanization of your Korean name to this shared document

UQ Application Forms

Please save the form belows and open it with Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader.  Resave it adding your romanized name to the end of the filename
(e.g. GroupProgramEnrolmentForm-Kim-Yuna.pdf)  Email the form to me at

Explore the TTP in Brisbane Guide including the TTP Down Under Map.
Check out Mapping Tools Guide for information on how to use maps and and start adding locations to our collaborative map.

Another useful vocabulary site/app   Memrise app:  Android    Apple

Full-featured sets

Memrise Book Club Sets:   TTP Memrise Group

        Wonder: Parts 2~4     The Book Thief (part 2 & 3)  

Quizlet Sets

WonderThe Book Thief
Quizlet: Part#1
Quizlet: Parts 2~4
Quizlet:  Prologue & Part#1
Quizlet (part 2 & 3)

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Week#7 - Video Tools & Resources

Look at  The Learning CALL Video Guide and the screencasts there

The guide covers....
    • Sites that use video for language learning
    • Posting Videos on your blog
    • Downloading YouTube and other online videos
    • Editing videos with Windows Movie Maker
    • Watching TV Shows and Movies online
    • Screen capturing & sharing
    • Creating a YouTube Playlist
    To Do Tasks
    • Look at the Language Learning Sites listed on the  Video Guide  Explore the sites listed there.  Use Diigo to bookmark at least three of those or other video sites of interest.
    • Go to YouTube.comTed Talks, or other video sharing sites,  find any video of interest, and post it on your blog.
    • Use a video download tool (like Torch or to save a video file from YouTube or another video sharing site.
    • (Optional) Use a screencapture tool like Ocam or  Screencast-o-matic to record a screencast and post it to YouTube or your blog.
    • (Optional) Use Windows Movie Maker to edit a  video 

    Before the end of class, please add Book Club materials.

    The Book Thief