Join a Conversation

Why join a conversation?

The idea that triggered creating #occeoic conversations was to provide an opportunity to use English and engage in conversations even outside the classroom. Why not take part in a network of language learners who can share information, anecdotes and opinions about diverse topics?

It’s free. There is no schedule. No need to confirm attendance.

How to take part?

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1_ Do you have a twitter account?

#occeoic is the hashtag that will identify the conversations that originate in this blog. If you want to follow the conversation suggested all you have to do is:

  1. Log in to twitter with your twitter account.
  2. Search the conversation by clicking on the hashtagged #occeoic; or tweet something without forgetting to include #occeoic.
  3. Once you have found the conversation you can post your own ideas, (140-character messages). You can also reply to other people’s tweets or simply follow the thread of the conversation.
  4. Feel free to share media (images and videos) that you feel may contribute to the conversation.

 2_ So you don’t have a twitter account…

I encourage you to gather some information about twitter and how it works before creating your own account. If you finally decide to give it a go, here are a few websites you’ll find useful:

For getting started on Twitter:

https://support.twitter.com/articles/215585

Twitter Glossary:

https://support.twitter.com/articles/166337-the-twitter-glossary

POSTING COMMENTS ON THIS BLOG

All you have to do is post a reply by clicking on the “reply” icon just above the posts.

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