Around the Web: Quizlet

What’s Quizlet?

Quizlet is an online learning tool created by high school sophomore Andrew Sutherland in Albany, California. It was originally conceived in October 2005 and released to the public in January 2007.As of January 2014, Quizlet has over 60 million user-generated flashcard sets and more than 20 million registered users.

Have a look at the video to understand more about the registration process and the procedures to create your first set

What are the benefits of Quizlet?

  1. Quizlet’s flashcards, tests, and study games make learning fun and engaging for students of all ages.
  2. Use Quizlet on your computer at home or school and on the go using our mobile apps for iOS and Android.
  3. With a free account, you can create your own study sets, track your study progress, and compete with your friends.

How do people feel about Quizlet?

Quizlet Testimonials

 What are  the online practices that I can do with quizlet?

The practices and games automatically as you finish your first set of words are the following

  • Flashcards
  • Learn
  • Speller
  • Test
  • Scatter
  • Space Race

Quizlet Set

ttry  these exercises about  the Means of Transportation vocabulary


Around the Web: Edueto

What is Edueto? … Edueto is a teaching tool that allows educators to quickly create customised assignments and tests that target their student’s needs.

Signing up  for an Edueto account is easy , you don’t have to worry  about  typing your personal info because you can register using one-click registration button using your Facebook , Google or Edmodo credentials. in this page you are required  to choose the  role for your account  which can be teacher , student or parent.

Sign Up to Edueto

Once the process  is  finished , you will be redirected to this page to choose  what you want to do.


You can watch this Edueto official video to get more acquainted so you can work your way around the site

Podcasts for English Language Teachers and Learners.

Podcasts are changing the face of radio. In  short, a podcast provides us with what we want to hear, when  we want to hear it and where we want to hear it.

What is a podcast?
Basically, a podcast is a digital sound file (usually an MP3) that  can be downloaded from the internet into our computers  and then into our MP3 players.

How do I listen to podcasts?

Podcasts are available through software and applications therefore there is a wide range of  tools to listen to your favorite podcasts such as:

  • Itunes
  • DoggCatcher
  • Pocket Casts
  • Stitcher Radio
  • Overcast
  • Beyondpod

What podcasts are available for English language learners and teachers?

  1. English Cafe
  2. Luke’s English Podast
  3. Culips ESL podcast
  4. All Ears English
  5. Happy English Podcast
  6. English Pronunciation Pod
  7. The RealLife English Podcast
  8. The English We Speak
  9. Learning English Broadcast
  10. Elementary Podcast

English language learners and  teachers  who are proficient can start seeing  language rather as a mean of communication  than a subject and choose a podcast according to their likes.

You can check for  the most faamous podcasts  by visiting and check  podcasts under the categories of science , sports, religion inspiration , movies , health  , entertainment , comedy  and so much more.

Don’t you wait and start listening now.