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Education Technology, Languages, 3D Worlds

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Welcome to my shop, which I'll be filling with language/lit/ed-tech resources. I'm also interested in 3D virtual worlds, and some of the resources I'm developing now are about how to use these exciting environments.

Welcome to my shop, which I'll be filling with language/lit/ed-tech resources. I'm also interested in 3D virtual worlds, and some of the resources I'm developing now are about how to use these exciting environments.
Global Classroom Collaboration in a 3D World: Why and How
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Global Classroom Collaboration in a 3D World: Why and How

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This resource explains why global classroom collaboration is on the rise and describes one way that you can get started with it using a 3D world. In advance of reading the resource, I recommend heading to edorble.com, claiming your world (for free), and exploring it a little bit. If you're interested in giving this a shot, tweet us @edorble and we'll help you get started! See my shop or edorble.com/blog for more lesson ideas like this.
Business Language Role-Playing Activity in a 3D Virtual World
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Business Language Role-Playing Activity in a 3D Virtual World

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One of the benefits of learning another language is that it allows you to conduct business with those who speak that language. This lesson is suitable for intermediate/advanced language students who have a solid grip on the fundamentals and who are now learning the vocabulary of the business world. Throughout the lesson, students prepare and present business “pitches” to each other in a virtual world via a role-playing activity. In advance of the lesson, claim an Edorble world by going to www.edorble.com and clicking the “Claim World” button. You’ll need to share your world code with your students.