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Saturday, April 23, 2011

How to Access my Moodle Site

Dear class. 

Before I talk about homework, I am going to give you the access to my MOODLE site at school. Click on the link below and you should automatically  be able to get into MICHELLE'S ADVANCED CLASS on my MOODLE site at VCC. 
      So,  what's the difference between this blog and the Moodle site? Why should you use both? This is an excellent question. The answer is that my Moodle site has information on a variety of grammar, reading, writing, listening and speaking topics that I have created myself. It also has worksheets, listening tasks and other information that this blog does not have because it is not a web site where I can post documents of my own.
             On the other hand, this blog probably has more and better links for various practice areas in all skill areas. It also allow me to give  direct advice and tips on a variety of topics.Therefore, both the Moodle site and the blog are useful - just for different things.  Just click on the link underneath and you should get to MOODLE. I will post homework and other announcements on both this blog and on MOODLE a little later on. I will also add a bunch of answer keys to various bits and pieces of homework. 

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