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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Planning your project

Now we come to a very crucial part of our course: Planning your project activities. A successful project will rely mainly on a good planning. Think about all the steps you will take to implement the project. There are some guidelines in our course guide, but there are some valuable resources that you can use to plan your project.Take a look at the articles below and try to answer to some of the questions they propose.Create a complete plan to your project with activities,time, and resources:

Dimensions of Planning

Planning Guidelines

9 Comments:

Anonymous Márcia said...

I'd like to ask for a suggestion: I've been thinking of creating a blog or a site for CIL - English, to motivate students and teachers. Which do you think is better?

28/9/06 15:54  
Blogger Isabel Teixeira said...

A blog is more interactive as people can leave comments.

29/9/06 18:47  
Anonymous Celina said...

I think that the blog Márcia has created for CIL will be a good beginning to improve a better communication among the students.And it can motivate them to use the internet for the benefit of their learning English.

2/10/06 18:09  
Anonymous Marcia said...

Hey girls. That was a great surprise in our podcast... But where's Almerinda and Isabel? They have to leave their messages too...

4/10/06 05:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isabel and Almerinda I heard our messages at the podcast.It is really very exciting to hear our own voices and check our pronunciation and mistakes. Can you imagine how it can be very useful for our students?

9/10/06 17:27  
Anonymous Celina Moura said...

Isabel and Almerinda I heard our messages at the podcast.It is really very exciting to hear our own voices and check our pronunciation and mistakes. Can you imagine how it can be very useful for our students?

9/10/06 17:29  
Anonymous Pedro said...

teaching EFL through Online Collaborative Projects is one of the best and effecitive things I have seen lately, just because it gives students extraordinary opportunities that the classroom cannot offer, my young-adult intermediate group is really enthusiastic about it, all the students want to take part in it.

15/10/06 13:36  
Blogger Isabel Teixeira said...

We are happy to know that we have been able to share things that might help you

Isabel

15/10/06 16:10  
Anonymous Márcia said...

“É que ser professor obriga a opções constantes,
que cruzam a nossa maneira de ser
com a nossa maneira de ensinar,
e que desvendam na nossa maneira de ensinar
a nossa maneira de ser”
(Antônio Nóvoa)
FELIZ DIA DOS PROFESSORES!

16/10/06 20:37  

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