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Presentation at Feria Internacional de Idiomas, May 2012. Guadalajara, Mexico.

Presentation at Feria Internacional de Idiomas, May 2012. Guadalajara, Mexico.

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  • Video is another session. But there will be one video example.
  • New literacies+ever changing, disposition (teach how we were taught, good, bad) Constructivist – we learn best when we learn with others (immediate proximity) Expression and production
  • Continuum (telling not bad but often overused), note-taking per Hector Sanchez). How do we use the 27/26 letters, and punctuation to create new ideas. How to use transforming as a way of working with ideas but also becoming better speakers and writers. Rhetorical effect, fluency, prosodic features, etc.
  • Disposition: Don’t be afraid to let students know more than you do about the technology. Don’t think that just because students may be younger that they actually do know more than you do.
  • Facebook comments, example. Comments on hosts and in course management systems.
  • Storyboards (paper, spreadsheet, table in Word), Script Storyboard work well for narrative structures or concepts that can be broken down into constituent sections (which is almost anything).
  • Microphone image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hiddedevries/599606659/sizes/z/in/photostream/ (Creative Commons Attribution License by hiddedevries)
  • Screen capture: Audacity
  • Screen capture: Audacity
  • http://tdwolsey.podbean.com/ Responding>Comments (Blog example) Peer review and response.
  • QR Permalink: <imgsrc="http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=8&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.delicious.com%2Fstacks%2Fview%2FRWaKOb" alt="qrcode" />
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    • 1. Transforming Writing with Podcasts
    • 2. Transforming Writing with PodcastsFeria Internacional de Idiomas Thomas DeVere Wolsey, Ed.D. Guadalajara, May 2012
    • 3. Theoretical perspectives• New literacies• Constructivist traditions• Language production & expression
    • 4. Writing and Other Composing Tasks•Knowledge Telling•Knowledge Transforming• Bereiter and Scardamalia (1987)
    • 5. What is a Podcast?• Podcasting is online audio content that is delivered via an RSS feed*.• Podcasting is a composing task* Quoted from http://www.podcasting-tools.com/what-is-podcasting.htm
    • 6. Two Dimensions• Creating Podcasts• Podcasts to Transform Writing
    • 7. Podcasting Considerations• Time spent learning to use the technology• Motivation, listening skills, and interpersonal skills (Dlott, 2007)
    • 8. Participants Class Age 21- Age 27- Age 26/% 32% 33+/% Class 1 18 (58%) 6 (19%) 7 (23%) (N=31) Class 2 5 (29%) 5 (29%) 7 (41%) (N-17) Combined 23 (48%) 11 (23%) 14 (29%) (N=48)Source: Grisham and Wolsey, in press, 2012
    • 9. The “Fear” factor in Technology and Teaching. Pre-Course Post-Course % ChangeGroup Fear/Other Fear/OtherClass 1 25/5 (83%) 17/13 (56%) (-27%)Class 2 15/2 (88%) 6/11 (35%) (-53%)
    • 10. Language TasksDomain Mode Task Speaking Expressive WritingLanguageLearning Listening Receptive Reading
    • 11. Language Tasks• When do receptive tasks lead to expressive tasks?• In particular: – How do speaking tasks help students with written expression? Speaking>Writing – How do writing tasks help students with spoken expression? Writing>Speaking
    • 12. Transforming Writing with Podcasts• Proof-revising (Dlott, 2007)• Writing a script or storyboard (Wolsey & Grisham, 2012)• Peer review and response –Audience – http://voicethread.com/share/2665115/
    • 13. Implications for Teachers• Podcasting with scripts may provide more accessibility – Students can hear and read what others compose.• Proficiency with technology for personal uses to their roles as students or teachers may not transfer automatically.
    • 14. Implications for Students• Composing opportunities –Using scripts and storyboards• Presenting• Constructing knowledge –Podcasts as texts
    • 15. Podcast Steps1) Compose the podcast2) Record it and save it on your computer3) Upload it to a podcast host4) Share: You can add it to your blog, Facebook page, or send to your Twitter followers
    • 16. 1) Compose the podcastComposing 2) Record it and save it on your computer 3) Upload it to a podcast host 4) Share it
    • 17. 1) Compose the podcast Recording 2) Record it and save it on your computer 3) Upload it to a podcast host 4) Share itCreative Commons Attribution License by hiddedevries
    • 18. 1) Compose the podcastRecording 2) Record it and save it on your computer 3) Upload it to a podcast host 4) Share it
    • 19. Audio in Windows
    • 20. 1) Compose the podcast Recording 2) Record it and save it on your computer 3) Upload it to a podcast host 4) Share it“I didn’t get no breakfast.”Proof-revising improveswriting.
    • 21. Upload it – 1) 2) Compose the podcast Record it and save it on your computer Share It 3) Upload it to a podcast host 4) Share ithttp://tdwolsey.podbean.com/
    • 22. HowMicrophones and HardwareAudacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/Garage Band http://www.apple.com/ilife/garageband/TelephoneDigital recordersiTunes & RSS Feeds http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
    • 23. Podcast by Cell Phone
    • 24. More resources• Podcast Alley http://www.podcastalley.com/index.php• iTunes http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/• Podcasting on CNN http://www.cnn.com/services/podcasting/
    • 25. Contact• Thomas DeVere Wolsey, Ed.D. – Walden University – tom.wolsey@waldenu.edu http://www.delicious.com/stacks/view/RWaKOb
    • 26. ReferencesBereiter, C. & Scardamalia, M. (1987). The psychology of written composition. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.Davis, A. & McGrail, E. (2009). “Proof-revising” with podcasting: Keeping readers in mind as students to and rethink their writing. The Reading Teacher, 62(6), pp. 52-529. doi: 10.1598/RT.62.6.6Dlott, A. M. (2007). A (pod)cast of thousands. Educational Leadership, 64, 7, 80-82.Wolsey, T. D. & Grisham, D. L. (2012). Transforming writing instruction in the digital age: Techniques for grades 5-12. New York, NY: Guilford

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