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ELL workshop 2010
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ELL workshop 2010
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ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
ELL workshop 2010
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ELL workshop 2010

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A Nz project in which teachers use the inquiry model to explore effective e-learning integration into second language teaching

A Nz project in which teachers use the inquiry model to explore effective e-learning integration into second language teaching

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  • Discussion/individual thought. To conduct the teaching as inquiry process, investigating the impact of technology on student outcomes in learning languages in years 7-10
  • 3 full day workshops which can be scheduled as half days to suit your needs 2 days relief will be reimbursed by the Ministry upon the completion of the projects, school provides 1 day 1 or more lesson observation(s) and a follow up discussion to facilitate data collection and analysis - Potentially through FARNET Support from the Learning Languages facilitator to develop Learning Language pedagogy and the inquiry process Support from the E-learning Facilitator to incorporate the chosen technology in teaching & learning
  • Look at the wiki to find Proficiency statement & the Level 1 -4 Objectives. Think about your students and answers the four questions What is important (and therefore worth spending time on) given where my students are at? What strategies (evidence-based) are most likely to help my students learn this? What tool could I introduce that would support them? What happened as a result of the teaching, and what are the implications for future teaching? What worked and what do I need to change? How would you like to share you thinking?
  • Can you identify the principles in your teaching? Think about which principle(s) you would like to base your project on.
  • Look at the wiki to find Proficiency statement & the Level 1 -4 Objectives. Think about your students and answers the four questions What is important (and therefore worth spending time on) given where my students are at? What strategies (evidence-based) are most likely to help my students learn this? What tool could I introduce that would support them? What happened as a result of the teaching, and what are the implications for future teaching? What worked and what do I need to change? How would you like to share you thinking?
  • Edgewater College Whangarei Girls
  • Video Audio Web 2.0 tools Interactive whiteboards Communication with other classes/schools Flicker Example of mihi Presenations Curriculum Digital Stories Enhance pronunciation Interviews Listen to at home Podcast for revision Voicethread:Web-based integration of voice or text and pictures (link to www.voicethread.com) Collaborative learning Easy to use by students with internet access at home Audio (Audacity or Garageband)
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    • 1.
      • ELL 2010
      • E-Learning in Learning Languages
      • A teaching as inquiry project for Year 7 - 10 teachers of Learning Languages
      • Learning Languages Facilitator Dawn Jarbeau
    • 2. ELL Aim
      • What’s the Purpose?
    • 3. Workshop 1
      • Our Goals
      • Review structure of the project
      • Explore effective practice for Learning Languages
      • Establish personal inquiry focus question and a timeframe for the ELL Project
      • Start developing a strategy for integrating e-learning in Languages
    • 4. Organisation
      • Workshops
      • Relief
      • Observations
      • In depth support
    • 5.  
    • 6. Making the links in Learning Languages
    • 7.
      • Take Some Time to Think
    • 8. Ellis who or what?
    • 9.
      • Take Some Time to Write & Talk
    • 10.
      • Successful ELL Projects
      • KNOW THE LEARNER
    • 11. Inquiry Cycle How will you collect evidence to make informed decisions? elearning to support language learning
    • 12.  
    • 13. Slide title
    • 14. Why do we need to integrate more interactive tools? Evidence of effective L2 Learning says:
    • 15. Proposed Timeline
    • 16. Where to now? Dates Needs Plan
    • 17. Some ways to integrate e-learning
      • Flicker Example of mihi Presenations
      • Curriculum Digital Stories
      • Video(Moviemaker, Photostory3, imovie
      • Interactive technology Skype, Flicker
    • 18. Useful sites
      • http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz/ - Supporting schools with e-learning
      • http://www.boxoftricks.net/ - site established by a modern languages teacher
      • http ://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/ - Web 2.0 cool tools for schools
    • 19. Popular sites
      • http://wallwisher.com/ - Collaborative Post its
      • http://delicious.com/ - Sign up for an account & search sites using others bookmarks
      • http://www.slideshare.net/ - Find power points & share yours.
      • http://www.glogster.com/edu - Make your interactive poster easily and share it with friends.
    • 20. More Tools
      • http://voicethread.com/ - Collaborative space for video, voice, and text commenting.
      • http://www.wikispaces.com/ - Free Wikis for Everyone - Creating your own web page.

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