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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Autonomous learning. Lingro webapage dictionary

The Autonomous learning label contains tasks that students can carry out on their own.

 Aim: read any webpage with the option of having unknown words translated.

Copy the URL you want into box 1, choose your dictionary and click unknown words
  • Copy the link of the webpage you want to read
  • Open the lingro page See link underneath
  • Paste the link of the page you want to read into BOX 1. See picture
  • Choose the dictionary.  In our case we have chosen  English to Spanish.Feel free to browse other options
  • Read  your webpage and click the unknown words to obtain a translation into the chosen language
Access the lingro website HERE
    Thanks to our teacher trainer Mike O'Neill for providing us with the link to this resource. Course 77 at the British Council Summer 2012.

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