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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Speechy Project

Speechy Project is an innovative website offering the very best, free language teaching and learning resources and tools available online for foreign language teachers.

For many teachers finding appropriate, free, educational material online is a daunting challenge. Speechy Project however gathers the best resources and places them at our finger tips.

Undoubtedly incorporating technology into one's teaching practice is the current trend in the field of education. Speechy Project, not only provides access to those technological tools, but reviews and categorizes them according to language skill and provides simple but effective suggestions for their application.

Visit Speechy Project and go to the section, Resources a la carte and explore your language and language skill of choice. Click on any website of interest to access ideas about how to apply the materials available on the site. 

It focuses primarily on three languages: English, Spanish and French.

New AWESOME Website for Language Teachers bit.ly/neuFbx #english #spanish #french #language #mfl #edchat #langchat #flteach
— Speechy Project (@SpeechyProject) June 19, 2012


  1. Mrs. Prof,

    Thanks for the recommendation to "brainshark" I'll have to check it out.

    Consider adding a RSS subscription gadget to your blog. I'd love to follow your posts through my Google reader.

    Nice to make your acquaintance!

    Gary Johnston

    1. Hi Gary, no problem! Thank you for sharing your tools as well. I'll give your recommendation some thought, my blog has been on hold for a while, but I aim to get back at it. Keep up the good work!

      Mlle Prof

  2. Hi! I'm Laila. I'm currently MA ELT (ICT) student at the University of Warwick. Right now I am researching on students’ perceptions and experiences of the use of blogs as an assessment and learning tool (under Tilly supervision). You may recall your blogging experience that you had during your MA ELT course particularly in the ICT in ELT module, in one of the academic years beginning from 2010 to 2017. I need your help to fill in a survey, here's the link: https://goo.gl/forms/hiGUXhIKxaTdxSuc2 (you can copy and paste it to your browser!). The survey is very brief and will only take about 5 - 10 minutes to complete. I would be very grateful, since your responses to this survey will help to gain significant result for the topic I am researching on. Thank you.