A-Z . Seven units telling the A to Z of computers with video
using Microsoft NetShow. All words in the texts are linked to
translations and explanations in Danish and lots of them also in
English. After each unit there are several exercises to test your
understanding of the video and text content. The Units were created
in September 1999 from a CD-ROM source I originally produced to help
deaf students learn English
London Transport. With
streaming audio from Microsoft NetShow. Prepare for a visit to London and learn some
English. At the moment "London Tranport" has 7 Units and a total of 64
exercises. You are welcome to visit and try out the 7 units with exercises. However some
errors may still occur (as usual!).
WEB-based program. This was my first attempt to write an interactive program for
Internet usage. Some older browsers might experience problems with the JAVA code.
Cyber Cafe. With streaming video from Microsoft NetShow. A
little web-program with video and text followed by exercises. The program demonstrates
some of the facilities found in ToolBook II Instructor from Asymetrix. The program is one
of the results of my participation in EuroCall 97 in
Exercises made online from the TESOL 2000 convention in
A vocabulary trainer with a teacher's editor to edit and create new
exercises. At the present time August 1998 the program is in Danish. I plan to have
translated the program into English in October this year!
In order to use the editor
you'll need a password. To get the password and instructions how to use the editor please
e-mail Kent Andersen
Do try the Xercise Engine my students made in Java. It
has 3 exercise types: fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice,
hangman and matching pairs. You can design courses with
these exercises on html pages. The author/teacher can decide which
page the student goes on to, depending on how well the he/she does the
WordWeb is a powerful free English thesaurus and dictionary.
It is the webmaster's favourite dictionary. It received the top five
star rating in its ZDNet review and is used
by tens of thousands of people all over the world. Features include:
120, 000 root words
100, 000 synonym sets
Link up to MS Word
The program's quick and easy to use. See it in action on the screen shot page.
As more and more of our students' work is submitted in
word-processed form, it seems logical that we begin to develop
tools to mark and annotate written assignments quickly and clearly
using word-processors. This article describes some tools which I
have developed for marking electronic documents using a
word-processor, and discusses some of the advantages and drawbacks
revealed by my early trials of the system. The macros and
templates I have developed for MS Word 7 and WordPerfect 6.1 for
Windows can be downloaded from links in the article.