Here’s an excerpt from a review of the book by Miguel Guhlin (http://www.mguhlin.org/2009/12/book-reflection-moodle-19-for-second.html):
…jump straight to Chapter 3-Vocabulary Activities and start there. Language teachers might see this as a simple enough place to start. If you’ve ever wondered about what can be done with the Moodle glossary, Jeff provides a lot of examples that are specific to vocabulary learning. True to his promise, Jeff organizes what you can do in Moodle around core vocabulary learning activities that range from the glossary to Hot Potatoes Crossword Puzzles to Chat and other components
The Moodle site sports a fresh theme (Aardvark) and some great tutorials, ‘howtos’ and contextual examples that compliment the book’s content. Once logged in you’ll be able to check out four sample activity areas,
The mini-courses include a few resources and activities (and a PDF to review) that let you try out the various activities in Moodle that you might employ to cover the different areas of teaching a second language with the popular LMS, though many only include one or two entry/question to trial.
Note you will need to contact Jeff to receive an account on the site. His contact information is posted on all pages at http://moodleforlanguages.co.uk/moodle/.