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Justine
Facebook has incredible tnpeotial, but as it stands, very few make any useful' use of it (IMHO). So many pointless groups (like your list above) prove the point.At the beginning I accepted an invitation from a friend to join the Anarchiaeth (Anarchy) group, only to realise the disorganisation of the whole Facebook groups was driving me crazy (I keep wanting to draw up guidlines!) so I promptly left.It is a good campaigning tool, having 2,000 plus users asking for a Welsh interface is a good example, plus the case about Wispa being re-introduced.I've come across a group set up by a class of Welsh learners so that they can chat between classes, during holidays, plus I've set up my own group promoting Welsh language events in Caerphilly county.But as people join any old group, they soon forget which ones they're members of and they soon get neglected.
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Sums
Hi Buzz,Thanks for your comment! I had a look at Stick Pick and it looks very inteserting. We try to build Socratic and Higher-Lower order questions in all our resources to encourage learners to think more deeply. Having a prompt for the teacher like what Stick Pick, and like many of the resources on our website, does can be very powerful. Have you tried any of our Developing Thinking Tools yet? What do you think about them?Thanks,Alessio.
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