One of the reasons why I’m finding LCN600 Connected Learning fascinating is the way that it encourages you to examine the value of a learning network. I’ve started thinking about a website of teaching resources, SlurpEnglish, that I created a few years ago. Although I eventually took the site down, you can still see it courtesy of the Internet Archive Way Back Machine. How very useful!
Hi! My name is Rob. I teach English to adult speakers of other languages in Brisbane, Australia. I’m halfway through studying a Master of Education, with a focus on teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). This semester, I am studying the fascinating topic of Connected Learning.
This is a duologue about driving and the nightmare that is finding a parking space.
Andy and Jay are having a day out shopping in the city. Before they can start looking in the shops, they need to find somewhere to park their car.
Leaving home for the first time can be a stressful experience.
A waiter and a customer are having a conversation in a restaurant.
FYI means for your information. It’s a way of telling someone something they need to know, or it’s a way of correcting someone when they express an opinion that you believe is wrong.
Stacey is working on a stand at a technology trade fair and speaking to interested people who stop to look at the products her company is displaying.