Interchange Classroom App - How to use it in your class 15 Clear Signs Your Phone 1 day ago   06:23

Cambridge University Press ELT
Are you teaching with Interchange Fifth Edition? Then you could also be using the Interchange Classroom App in your classroom. It’s simple, effective and FREE for both teachers and students!

This video shows you how to use the app effectively in class to extend the material in the printed books to a digital environment.

The app content has been written specifically for Interchange Fifth Edition and relates directly to each unit of the course. Activities include polling, surveys and photo flashcards. The app is designed for classroom use, to deeper engage students, and to help teachers quickly assess student learning.

Android users: download from Google Play

iPhone users: download from the App Store

Comments 4 Comments

José Garcia
Great but so difficult to purchase in Mexico.
Mhd Ashfaq
Quite boring. As teacher spends much time in asking ss to pick n put phones. Can be successful with higher level more serious ss.
This looks great but these pauses when the teacher looks at the screen to launch the questionnaire/enter the code/when students fill in the form are time-consuming in general, idk if this app would be a helpful thing to use considering the class time limits and total effectiveness of such a methodological/technological "innovation".
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15 Clear Signs Your Phone Interchange Classroom App - How to use it in your class 1 day ago   11:59

How to Know if You've Been Hacked? If you think your smartphone is your private zone, you may be very wrong. So far, there is no such device that can’t be hacked.

We often see our smartphones as our secure digital havens. We use them to keep our most personal information: from pictures to credit card details. Some people even save their passwords in Notes. That’s a bit too much, right? You probably have all your text and email communication, including work stuff, based or synchronized on your phone.

To reduce the potential risks, we figured out three things: the ways your phone can be hacked, how to recognize them, and how to protect your phone from hackers.

You find new apps on your phone (you didn't install them) 3:45
Some apps stop working like they used to 4:20
Your phone has suddenly started to run out of juice very quickly. 4:37
Your smartphone seems slower than it used to be. 5:01
Your phone gets warm. 5:31
Your phone reboots itself, switches off, dials numbers, or starts applications. 5:56
Unknown phone numbers appear in your "Recent calls," and it costs you. 6:20
You cannot switch off your device 6:47
There are noises or echo during calls 7:12
You notice an increased use of mobile data 7:28
"Pop-ups" start appearing on your device out of nowhere 8:49
Emails sent from your phone are blocked by spam filters 9:15
You can’t make calls, or they are being dropped 9:38

#phonesecrets #onlinesafety

What should you if you see any of these signs on your phone?
Try running mobile anti-malware software, delete all the apps you have not installed, and unreliable apps eating too much traffic. If it is possible, you can also reset your phone and go back to original settings. If that does not seem enough to you, consult a professional.

How can anyone steal your personal data?
- The easiest way is by taking possession of your phone for a few minutes and installing spy apps such as Spy Phone App, Spyzie, or Spyera. These apps are basically mobile trackers that record the incoming and outgoing phone calls and text messages. They can track GPS location, online activity and communication going on Whatsapp, Facebook, Viber, and Skype.
- Via an unprotected Wi-Fi network in a cafe or airport. The means of public Wi-Fi, you share all your traffic with everyone around you. Think of it next time you want to “Check in” somewhere exotic.
- When charging your phone via an unknown USB (even in an airplane or a car), there is a risk that all your data will be revealed and transferred. That’s a lot of information that can be used against you.
- SMS phishing. This happens when you receive a message with a link saying that it is, for example, your bank statement, a money transfer, or your photos. So you click it, download the file, and then reveal all your phone contents to hackers.
- With the help of the Signalling System SS7, used by the majority of telephone stations all over the world, hackers can read your text messages, listen to your phone calls, and track your cell phone locations. But if you are not a celebrity, there is nothing to worry about.

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