April 3, 2011

About

English In Life is a website for EFL and ESL learners where you can find online grammar activities, vocabulary games, and printable resources created by Ridvan Saglam. You will also find some other great resources, which I appreciate, like learning apps, engaging short films and authentic reading materials that can make your learning process more enjoyable and exciting.
I have been teaching English in Turkey for ten years and creating games and other resources for learners since 2010 in a more professional way with the help of a fantastic e-learning authoring tool; Articulate Storyline, and some other design programs.
I believe that everybody can learn a language with the right way and hope my website can find someone to find their ways.
If you want to get in touch, scroll down the page and drop me a line via e-mail, or other social platforms.

 

10 thoughts on “About

  • Hi Ridvan! 🙂
    I am a new to Storyline Articulateand and came across your web and great games!
    Was wondering how did you bild all this amazing games, I especially love “Figure it out” or”Who is telling the truth” – I was also wondering if you provide template for your games or any tips how to build similar stuff? I would appreciate any help/tips or advices in this matter,
    all the best!
    Anna

    • Hi Anna,
      Thanks for your kind words. If you send me an email address, I can send the templates. I shared some templates in Articulate Storyline Community, you can download them from the Templates section.

  • Hi Ridvan!
    I have seen your games and E-learning stuff it was really amazing you are following different approach to show the information to the learners nice you done a great job.
    I have some knowledge on storyline if you don’t mind can I have your story files(source) for reference and learning Thanks in advance.

  • Dear Ridvan:
    It is very nice of you to share your wonderful StoryLine works on the web. One of them that particularly interests me is the “shootout” lesson. Since I am also a StoryLine user, I would like to know how you make it work this way. If it is not too much trouble for you, would you kind enough to share this template with me?

    Thank you,
    Yuting

  • Fntastic work Ridvan!
    I’m Jenny, an English Teacher from Greece. I am new in using Storyline 2 and I wonder if you can send me your game templates in prder to create exercises for my sudents, who, by the way, found your work amazing!
    Thank you in advance for sharing.
    Jenny Pavlakou

  • Hi Ridvan!
    I’m Sebastian from Argentina. It´s amazing your basketball game..I`m a teacher and I wonder if you can share with me that articulate project in order to be able to customize it for some subjects!
    Thank you in advance. I hope you can share it.
    Sebastián Vázquez

  • Thank you for your taboo cards, Ridvan! I look forward to using them in my English classes.
    Kind regards from Switzerland,
    Madeleine

  • Hello, my name is Michele Pietropaolo I am a newby to StoryLine. I live in Pittsburgh PA, USA and I working in our training department. We are just moving from ILT to CBT and I’ve been tasked with the creation of the CBT’s. I love the templates StoryLine has to offer but I would love to see some more of your work.

    Nice to meet you!

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