|Feel Do Think - making meaning in affective, psycho-motor and cognitive domains
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Hello wikieducators on course 15....It's wonderful to be here! (: Hi John. Welcome again. This is a nice start. You will be catching up fast. See here the levels of certification you can reach on the Wiki: WikiMaster Warm regards --Patricia 18:38, 2 December 2008 (UTC)) (: Congratulations, John. You managed to catch up very quickly. --Nellie Deutsch 11:37, 3 December 2008 (UTC))
Log of progress in the on line course
I enrolled very late in the free skills training course. After a bit of work on editing and linking [Day Four] and playing in My sandbox Now I'm improving my profile as part of Day Six I see that there are some stellar examples of user pages here. Below you can see an example of a web resources template from Day 9. See The first page of this tutorial on how to do it. Day ten - is about navigation and structures. I'm adding a to do list as a sub page to my sandbox.
A little about me
I am interested in using corpus linguistics techniques for creating "English for Specific Purposes" materials with a data-driven lexical approach. I am currently studying courses in the Open University in the UK in their Distance and On-line education programme. The course I'm studying at the moment is on accessibility - this is the question of how a range of different users can have a convenient and pleasant experience from a web site.
Some existing projects that relate to my skills and experience:
- On Using Moodle (but wouldn't work on this be better done in the Moodle Community?
- Esl over at wikiversity
- Language Daily self-study wiki languages
- ELT resources seems to be the centre of this work in WikiEducator for now.
- ELT_Lexical_Syllabus is a page I'd like to contribute to the ELT resources area