Linguamedia is an app that allows you to watch foreign TV stations online. Originally launched earlier this year with French channels, Linguascope announced today that their Linguamedia app has been updated so you can now watch German, Spanish, Italian and English channels as well as French ones. They’ve also improved video playback, and updated it […]
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Here are some short clips of British children’s programmes in Spanish. A familiar context is useful in language learning, and it’s always fun to see what the familiar sounds like in another language! First of all, here’s Pat, el Cartero. And then there’s Noddy! And finally from El jardín de los sueños, Makka Pakka.
If you missed last night’s Teachmeet EdTechRoundup, never fear! You can catch up by watching the archived stream. The stream has been split into 12 parts – my bit is mostly at the end of episode 3 with a short bit (sadly cut short by being camelled) and follow on in episode 4 . I’ve […]
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Last June I spent a very enjoyable but also very tiring day being filmed by Teachers TV. The premise of the series of which my programme was to be a part was that an ‘expert’ in an area of ICT was visited by an interested / curious ‘beginner’. The ‘beginner’ observed the ‘expert’ for a […]
Just come across this lovely cuddly family – Los Patata on Youtube. As the blurb says Telemadrid emite todos los fines de semana, por la mañana, “Los Patata”, una serie infantil realizada con muñecos, dirigida a niños en edad preescolar. Estructurada en mini episodios, pretende entretener fomentando conocimientos, valores, respeto e igualdad de roles… Además, […]
Great news from José Picardo’s blog that you don’t need SKY or a superduper mega satellite dish to access Spanish TV. As he reports, you can watch several channels online including Canal+ and Telecinco. I agree with José about RTVE being the best though – after nearly a fortnight in Spain, I really miss it. […]