NA-1 ASSIGNMENT – GLOG

2013 SPEAKING ASSIGNMENT:

(PLEASE READ THIS POST TO THE END BEFORE STARTING!)

I would like you all to prepare “a glog” and present it in class. 

A glog is a tool consisting of an online poster.

You can choose any subject you wish, including “The Soundtrack of My Life”, as I suggested in class.

(Those who do not wish to do this may give a presentation using any other material.)

Here’s an example of one I started a couple of days ago.

This one is by a student from a previous year.

Bea Pascual – “NoLogo” by Naomi Klein

NOW YOU’VE SEEN WHAT CAN BE DONE, IT’S YOUR TURN.

Instructions for signing in to EduGlogster:

JUST GO TO EDUGLOGSTER AND REGISTER. (Make sure you are in the student section!) In the Educator/school code space write: 694592

You do not need to provide an email address. Please all  use the same nickname format, first name + surname + STUDENT ID (número de expediente) all in small letters with no spaces.

Eg helenmacey12345.

You can choose your own password. Remember to check the box saying that you are over 13 years old and also the “I agree to the conditions”…box.

DON’T FORGET YOUR NICKNAME AND PASSWORD!!!

FOR THOSE OF YOU WITH SMARTPHONES, EDUGLOGSTER HAS AN APP: FIND OUT MORE HEREglog

IT’S TIME TO MAKE A GLOG

TUTORIALS: GLOGSTER TUTORIALS

It’s extremely simple to use. All very self-explanatory and obvious, but effective and attractive. I advise you to save the changes as you make them so you do not lose a lot of work and have to repeat it all. Remember to save your Glog when it’s finished and then I’ll put it on the Blog.

Deadline for doing the presentation: end of April (29th/30th, depending on your groupo)

There are also tutorials in Spanish on YouTube, if you need one!!!

EDITING YOUR GLOG…

Some of you were wondering how to edit your Glog, so you don’t have to sit and do it all in one go!

It’s easy – just Log in to your account and go to your profile (CLICK top right hand corner where it says “Hi+ your user name”).

Click under the Glog you have previously saved (you will see the name of the glog underlined in blue).

Once you’ve opened the glog, above the image you will see “Edit your glog”. CLICK and you can make all the changes you wish!

HOPE THIS HELPS!!!

1st “GLOGSTER” uploaded!!!

Juan Carlos Collado has been the 1st to send a GLOGSTER.

Click on the link to Heleneoival Blog to see it. Good work, JC!!!

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