We are pleased to announce that our next webinar, ‘ABC learning’ with Mochudu Machaba, will be held this week on Thursday 24 November at 3:30pm. Our speaker will be Mochudu Machaba, a South African Educator presently teaching Grade 5 and 6 Social Sciences, English and Lifeskills at Ngwanamago Primary Limpopo Province. We will be using the Adobe Connect webinar platform for the webinar. Please join us if you can. (Note: If you would like to present a short webinar on a topic of interest to teachers, please let firstname.lastname@example.org know!)
Webinar title: ABC Learning
Summary: In this webinar, Mochudu will show us how learners can creating vocabulary content using PowerPoint. She will domonstrate how learners can design PowerPoint videos to revise their language structure and help them improve their vocabulary. Visuals improve their memory to recall what they have learned and also help them understand words better by relating the vocabulary to pictures. In this lesson learners should come up with words and pictures to create their own spelling words. Learners will record themselves saying words and later coming up with sentences. In this way learners’ confidence is enhanced because they will create their own content. They can use either Sepedi or English. They will then rehearse what they have created and do creative writing as well.
Date: Thursday 24 November, 2016 at 3:30pm, online
Duration: 15 – 30 minutes
Presenter: Mokhudu Machaba is a South African teacher and a current MIEExpert and Microsoft Master Trainer. She has won many awards in ICT since 2009. Lately she has been honoured by the minister of Public Service and Administration (Adv. Ngoako Ramathlodi) for leading Innovation in the Public sector. Mochudu became a Microsoft Certified Educator in 2015.
Host: Fiona Beal (SchoolNet)To join the meeting: http://meet78641452.adobeconnect.com/abc/
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