pools-t  producing open online learning system tools


POOLS-T has develop a range of tools to be used by CLIL teachers and their students, to assist you we have prepared Do It Yourself videos showing how to use the TextBlender and Hot Potatoes. The videos have subtitles in Danish, Dutch, English, German, Greek, Italian, Maltese, and Portuguese

Do It Yourself videos for Hot Potatoes only are available with subtitles in Basque, Lithuanian, Romanian, and Spanish

Tools videos

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The project has compiled two Do It Yourself videos:

-One for language learners, which shows how to make best use of the tools and units the project has developed.
-One for language teachers showing step by step how to develop multimedia rich language learning units where all words are linked to online dictionaries.

How students can use the developed units/tools in the best possible way:

How to produce units in Clilstore

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Do It Yourself Videos for Hot Potatoes

Hot Potatoes includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web.

Learn about Hot Potatoes from installation to a step by step guide on how to create online materials in a few minutes

Hot Potatoes installation


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Hot Potatoes preparation


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Hot Potatoes Crosswords


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Hot Potatoes Matching exercise


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Hot Potatoes Gap fill / Cloze exercise


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Hot Potatoes Mixed words


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Hot Potatoes Quiz


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Hot Potatoes Help and information


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Hot Potatoes upload to website with FTP or FrontPage


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Last edit: 10-06-2011

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication 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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