A Must Have Google Hangout Tip Sheet for Teachers

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Google Plus hangout is a free video chat service from Google that enables both one-on-one chats and group chats with up to ten people at a time. There are several ways hangouts can be used in your class. For instance, you can use them to create a group discussion with your students around a given topic. You can also use them to watch YouTube videos together to spark a discussion. Language teachers can use them to practice using new vocabulary, phrases, and communicational functions.

Google Hangouts are not all video based. You can hold a hangout using only the textual chat functionality or you can add voice. There is also another great feature called hangout on Air. A Hangout on the Air is a Google hangout that is broadcast on YouTube both through your Google+ page and YouTube itself. It’s a great way to have a “public” event or get more people involved in the conversation!

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Today we are sharing with you this fantastic short guide created by Jennie Magiera and Genevieve Gallagher. Among the things you will get to learn from this guide are : Tips for first-time users,
how to start or join a hangout, important features to know, hangout apps, hangouts on the air
 and many other tips .

Click here to access the original sheet.