With quizlet you can create easily accessible quizzes for your students. Especially useful for inputting vocabulary generated from past papers and then allowing students to practise as homework.
You can use wordfoto to write over images. I made a vocabulary trail using the app for my year 7 class to discover around the room.
Whilst some students may prefer to make their own traditional paper flashcards, others may prefer to use one of the many apps that are available. Here are some of the best available for the iPad;
Flashcards with Mental Case
Learning sign language has been on my wish list for a while now. One simple way to incorporate sign language is to use it in mini-plenaries. Why not teach the students how to sign the alphabet so they can sign their answers during a multiple choice task?
Here are some supporting resources to get started.
VIDEO Signing the alphabet
VIDEOS signing basics
Create flashcards on any topic to share with classes. The data is then used to generate games such as hangman and bugmarch. There are lots of pre-made resources for a wide range of subjects or it is very easy (and free!) to make your own. http://www.studystack.com/
There are many things you can do with one sheet of paper!
Here are a couple of suggestions.
I have been teaching languages for 13 years. I enjoy finding and developing new ways to engage students with their learning. This page is designed for sharing anything and everything that may be of use to others. Enjoy!