Digital pools of materials

Part of the pools project is to produce pools of digital materials to be used during the planned teacher courses. The materials may be used for compiling software and exercises for language teaching.

N.B. Most of the materials are copyleft, but a few have restrictions that are indicated with each file.

Language pools

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Student's Corner

During the pools project we received videos from students. You too are welcome to mail us information on student videos, just email Go to the student videos

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Do It Yourself videos (English commentary, but with subtitles)

DIY videos demonstrating what the TextBlender can do for you (temptation), how to make the webpages available on the Internet, how to use the TextBlender, some case stories with the TextBlender, and how to work with Hot Potatoes from installation to ready to use exercises.

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Videos demonstrating language teaching methods

The pools-m project teams have adapted five videos demonstrating language teaching methods in real classes. The videos have subtitles in

The final video produced by SUPSI demonstrates the five communicative language teaching methods (PhyEmoC, Task Based Learning, eTandem learning, Simulations, and Computer Assisted Language Learning):


The video comes complete with all the materials used in the lessons. Download the instructions, handouts / student materials used in the video:

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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Last edit: November 9, 2023