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Educational technology and other learning resources

  1. 1. Educational technology and other learning resources Tonny Kuo Dept. of English Instruction National Hsinchu University of EducationChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  2. 2. Think and Talk! O 1. What do you see in the elementary classroom in Hsinchu city? O 2. Is there any technology product that you can use in your teaching? O 3. How do you implement these stuffs into meaning context?Chapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  3. 3. Traditional classroom settingChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  4. 4. Modern Classroom O Black/White Board O Interactive White Board O OHP (Overhead Projector) O Document Projector O Computers with Wi- Fi connection O Discussion TableChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  5. 5. Discussion: Pros and cons of Future Classroom Discussion for 2 minutesChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  6. 6. Reversed Resources pyramid (Jill and Charles Hadfield) Videos, computers OHPs, photocopiers Whiteboards, books Paper and pen Blackboard NothingChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  7. 7. The Technology Pyrimid O Ss themselves were used as a source material. O The internal world of the Ss is the richest, deepest seam of gold that you have. (Hadfield and Hadfield, 2003) O We should not see them as methodologies for learning, but rather as tools to help us in whatever approaches and techniques we have chosen to use.Chapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  8. 8. Reversed Resources pyramid (Jill and Charles Hadfield) People Real life Blackboard Paper and pen Whiteboards, books OHPs, photocopiers Lang. Lab, computers, videosChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  9. 9. The Students themselves O Ss’ thoughts and experiences they bring the outside world into the room, and this is a powerful resources to draw on. O Preference O Experience O Opinion O Response under certain situation O In multilingual classes, we can get Ss to share information about different countries.Chapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  10. 10. Activities O 1. What time is it? (Living clock) O 2. What are you doing? (Classroom Robot) O 3. When is your birthday? (speaking activity)Chapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  11. 11. Objects, Pictures, and things O 1. Realia O Especially helpful for children. O Telephones/plastic fruits, cardboard cards O Teaching the meaning of the words O Stimulating students O Evocative objects to have a story to tell O Vote for what they want: invest stories and scenarios using various objectsChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  12. 12. Objects, Pictures, and things O 2. Pictures O Ts have always used pictures and graphics to facilitate learning. O Ts also draw pictures on the board to help with explanation and language work. Discu ssion Orna Game menta s Drills Unders tion tanding Predic tionChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  13. 13. Strategies for making teaching aids O Reusable: Flashcards poster board games  wall cards O Authentic: real like objects O Durable O Big enough: to see clearlyChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  14. 14. If we make almost teaching materials, why should we have to use coursebooks? Discuss for two minutesChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  15. 15. Using Coursebook Benefits Restrictions O Offer coherent O Demotivated syllabus O Inappropriate O Satisfactory O Too easy materials O Materials/Resource • Change s • Omit • ReplaceChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  16. 16. Chapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  17. 17. Q&AChapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"
  18. 18. Thanks for your attention!Chapter 11 in Harmer "The practice of English LanguageTeaching"

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