Smore is a tool which enables students to create their own flyer. They are also able to create invitations in a very easy way.
They also have the possibility to choose the templates provided by the web 2.0 tool. This tool is very appealing for everybody!

Students get a record of their own progress and achievements. They become creators. This kinds of tool prepares them for real-world task. In Nunan's words, the classroom itself always has a pedagogical dimension, but that the goal of taskbased language learning is to prepare learners for real-world tasks. Therefore, the basic question is what learners need to do with language and how we can prepare them for these situations.


- Chapter XV, “The Use of Weblogs in Language Education” in Handbook Of Research On Web 2 0 And Second Language Learning (Thomas, Ed., 2009)

- Chapter 16, “ WWW.Teach: employing Web 2.0 techniques for fostering students’ creative use of the language in ESL and EFL classrooms” in Smart Teaching: a Transformational Approach (Swain, Ed., 2010) http://www.academia.edu/4079644/www_teach-_Employing_Web_2_0_Techniques_for