Tips for Teaching with CALL
In their new book* Carol A. Chapelle and Joan Jamieson show how to use Lingonet Puzzles with your students - try their demonstration by clicking here.
28 CHAPTER 1 Vocabulary
  Material Lingonet  
  Level High Intermediate to Advanced  
  Description In the puzzle shown in Figure 1.13, students work together to brainstorm words about actions, people, places, or things in a hotel room in order to fill in the blanks. The learners can get clues about the correct answer by clicking on the red banks at the bottom of the screen.  
  Web site  
  Notes This free set of British English word puzzles is based on the idea that words are learned by association with a common setting or situation. From the Lingonet home page, send an e-mail to get a password. Once you receive your password, download the Lingonet demo (taster.exe) and any other puzzles. There are fifty downloadable Lingonet puzzles on topics such as business, hobbies, places, and technology.  
  For a demonstration of students using this program, see the CD-ROM at the back of this book.  

Figure 1.13 Example of a puzzle based on things in a hotel from Lingonet.

Title: Tips for Teaching with CALL, Authors: Carol A. Chapelle, Joan Jamieson
Copyright © 2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. (Used by permission)

*) Tips for Teaching with CALL
Practical Approaches to
Computer-Assisted Language Learning

Carol A. Chapelle and Joan Jamieson

Tips for Teaching with CALL introduces English language teachers to computer-assisted language learning, or CALL. This practical reference book links specific techniques for using CALL with contemporary CALL research. The book and companion CD-ROM clearly demonstrate why and how to use CALL to teach vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing, listening, speaking, communication skills, and content-based language.