You can build skills (you can practice phrases in other languages)
You can help others improve their English
Source: Request for suggestions about “500 Videos to see before you leave high school.” I’d like to get suggestions. Send links to FreeWebsiteProject2017@gmail.com whatsapp +19546468246 you can text me, too.
Here is a link to a person who wants to practice English.
Sheraz007567@gmail.com. Many thanks to Crystal Pierre for volunteering to help contact Sheraz.
If you are a student in another country and you want to get help with improving your English (and you want to help someone learn some phrases in your language), then contact us.
If you want to be a volunteer, write to FreeWebsiteProject2016@gmail.com and let me know what type of contact (email or skype or whatapp) and help you want to give.
YOU CAN GET A FREE EBOOK here TINYURL.com/BIBpenpalsBOOK
Building International Bridges was created in 2004 to carry on the work of Brooks Emeny. Brooks was an early participant in People to People International, which was started by President Eisenhower. Learn more at www.PeopleToPeople.com
The key observation: Sometimes governments don’t communicate well. At least with people-to-people efforts, the lines of communication can remain open between countries.
Brooks was a university professor and he visited Iran, Morocco, Jordan, Syria, India, and met professors in those countries. That’s an example of a people-to-people connection.
If you visit http://www.PeopleToPeople.com, you will find these announcements.
USE COMMONSENSE when connecting with people you don’t know.
(If commonsense were common, we wouldn’t have to point out these tips)
a) don’t give out personal information, such as your address or phone number
b) don’t travel to meet the other person
c) don’t take risks
d) don’t sue the people who set up this website. We’re teachers and we want to connect students to encourage peer-to-peer learning
If you have the money, why not connect with PeopleToPeople.com?
If you don’t have the funds necessary to travel, learn more about the penpal program via Skype and Facebook …
This is a message to U.S. Teenagers (and others who speak English) — you can share your skill and gain access to the knowledge of culture and cities in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. It’s not easy and it’s not free:
1) You need to listen (it takes patience)
2) You must devote some time (and your time is NOT free)
REWARDS: you get to “meet” online with interesting people like:
Learn more by going to this video channel www.Youtube.com/BIBPenpals
FIVE YEARS LATER, 2017, There are still students of English who need and ask for assistance. Where are the compassionate U.S. teenagers who will respond to these requests?
Besides, U.S. teenagers can learn other languages and build skills, too.
I have a collection of videos that I want to share with students. I hope you can visit www.VeryCoolSites.com
I am a teacher of English and I also teach math. I ask my students to study the 12 global skills (based on the essential skills that Tony Wagner recommends)
I ask myself, “What videos should my students see before they leave high school?”
Perhaps you have some suggestions. What information should young people have? What videos can present useful information and stimulate thought in students? Can you think about some videos of your city or country that people in the USA should see?
Thank you for your time.
I hope you will visit www.TransformTeaching.org
Thank you for your time. I also hope you have time to click on my friend’s videos about the future of space.
Can you print some posters? https://sites.google.com/site/freetransformteaching/home/free-collection-of-posters
Thank you for your time.
Please suggest some videos that are interesting to you.