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BC: Chapter 3 ESP on the net CHE Listening Modules

FC: Unlocking Young Learners' Potential via the Use of Computer & Internet Technology in ELT Classroom | wichian sunitham

1: 1. Background / What I think of computer technology in ELT classes? 2. Suggested Web sites - Share what you know 3. CHE Listening module & ESP on the Net 4. Mixbook project for young learners (do, touch, feel, learn)

2: Chapter 1

3: How Computer in Classroom Began

6: Language laboratories (1960s)

7: Audio – lingual Structured program --> Speech production | Producing unhesitating, Automatic oral responses

8: Computer- aided Instruction (1970s-1980s)

9: Computers correcting drill exercises and tests/drill - practice And tutorial in nature | Computer supervising ss’ performance and to monitor, record, summarize data about the performance

10: CALL : Computer assisted Language Learning (1980s – 1990s)

11: Computer – as- tutor model providing positive & negative feedback to learners on formal accuracy of their response | Computers are controlled by ss. and provide opportunities for problem solving and hypothesis testing; thus learners interact with computers | Learners interact with other learners via computers to authentic discourse communities Advanced technological development

12: Development of computer networking & ICT (1980-Now)

13: CALL sees the computer as an optional tool to be learning purposes, but ICT sees it as the medium for language teaching & learning | The development of computer networking --> computer as a vehicle for interactive human communication

14: Technology cannot and should not replace human interactions

15: Computer and Software can serve as a catalyst for social interactions

16: Network-based Language Teaching (NBL) | Distance Education

17: Computer – mediated communication (CMC) (e-mail, chat,bulletin boards, instant messaging, videoconferencing, etc.) | Globally linked hypertext | The Digital Divide Technofatuation V.S. Technocynicism | Technology and literacy

19: Do you believe in such things? | E-learning? Online courses? Web-based courses? Network-based courses Internet-based courses?

20: How to Successfully Integrate Technology

21: When selecting technology it is important to choose material that is developmentally appropriate. Technology should be used in addition to hands-on learning. Technology should involve many senses and include sound, music, and voice.

22: Network-based Language Teaching (NBL)

23: - Computer – mediated communication (CMC) (e-mail, chat,bulletin boards, instant messaging, videoconferencing, etc.) | Globally linked hypertext

24: Make and display a graph Explore with digital tools Tell a story in pictures and words Write, record, and revisit Share and Document Learning

25: What children normally like about technology and language learning

26: 1. FOCUS ON TECHNOLOGY What is the technology and how I can use it in teaching English? 2. FOCUS ON PEDAGOGY What language learning do Ss need and how can technology help?

27: Resources on the Internet | Chapter 2

28: http://www.englishpage.com/

29: http://www.starfall.com/

30: http://teacher.scholastic.com/clifford1/

31: http://www.englishpond.com/

34: Blogs? | Wikis? | Podcasts?

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