Starting to write an article or to speak a new language can be a challenge. Right?
Everything seems to be so easy, understandable, but when you have to put it on a paper (type in a computer?) or say it in an another language … well…
So, let’s check the websites mentioned there.
NoodleTools is one of the leading bibliography software on the Internet, transforming bibliographic instruction methodologies. NoodleTools software supports the entire research process by.
- Searching intelligently
- Assessing the quality of results
- Recording, organizing and synthesizing information using online notecards
- Formatting your bibliography in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian style
Full NoodleTools service is for members only (you have to pay), but there is lots of free stuff.
www.theeasyessay.com provides an automated information organization program. You know the dilemma I mentioned at the beginning of this article: Everything seems to be so easy to understand, but when you have to put it on paper ( or computer) … well… it is hard to find a way to start and it can be even harder to present those thoughts clearly. That is where the www.theeasyessay.com website can help. Try it. And send us your comments.
WorldChamp.com is a site that provides numerous language learning tools for almost any language in the world – for free. Of course, if you are ambitious, you can hire a tutor…
If you want to check BBC language learning tools, go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/. There you can find well illustrated, very interactive tutorials for all world languages. Some of the tutorials are in the format of a game. For example ‘Japanese Challenge - Can you avoid social embarrassment?’ is a game that puts you in the center of
eSpindle Learning, a nonprofit parent initiative, helps students gain a rich vocabulary, creating confident readers, writers and spellers. It provides numerous interactive spelling & vocabulary building activities. Try it. A 10 day trial is free, otherwise it is $9.50 per month.
The last website mentioned in this category is www.wordcount.org. Word Cont site visualize the way we use language. It presents the 86,800 most frequently used English words, ranked in order of commonness. I am not certain how we can use it, but it is interesting to see that word ‘Tutor’ is on 6584th place and word ‘Mentor’ is on 16931st place. Right?
What are your thoughts about it?