I don’t know if some people out there are able to just sit and write awesome texts and never get back to them to review and edit them for a better outcome. Well… I can’t do it. Depending on the topic, I can write fast, but I will always need to go back and revise what I have written. In this process I will always find mistakes – spelling, grammar, punctuation – or I will find that some ideas are not as clear on the written form as they were in my head. Going back and correcting mistakes is a productive process in the writing world. Likewise, our students will benefit from re-reading their own work and from the opportunity to improve it. However, most of them don’t know about it. Teacher, it is part of your task to train them to do it. The cartoon below (I know, not the most creative thing in the world) shows the steps of what literature calls process writing.
Does Google need any introductions? I guess not. Do you use it when planning your lessons? I guess so. So, why am I writing this post? Well, maybe I have some ideas to use Google Apps for English teaching/learning. For example, have you ever used Google maps in your class? You can use it when teaching