Infographics on the IWB

I loved this idea on OUP's ELT Global Blog: using infographics in class, with being suggested as an excellent source.

Because they're so quick and easy to import using the "camera" tool, infographics work great on an interactive whiteboard (IWB).

What I'd then want my learners to do would be to produce their own infographics. Creating forms for questionnaires using Google Docs is one easy way they can collect their information. The results automatically come in charts… which can then be imported to displayed on the IWB as part an oral presentation.

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