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    • Language Exchange     Colleen Coffey, Marquette University Benjamin Stewart, Wikieducator   ( http://wikieducator.org/User:Bnleez ) Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes August 24, 2010
    • What is it and how does it happen?
      • Students:
      • What happens before the session?  Activation
      • What happens during the session?  Interaction
      • What happens after?  Refection
      • Teachers:
      • What happens before the session?  Plan
      • What happens during the session?  Implement
      • What happens after?  Reflect/plan
    • Planning for groups
    • During the language exchange
    • During the language exchange
    • Scheduling partners
    • Active learning partnership http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Teacher.jpg
    • The "role" of the teacher http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Teacher.jpg
    • How do we know what is happening?
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      • Is it important to know what is happening?
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      • Why?
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      • What types of activities and assessment tools give us measureable outcomes?
    • Theory http://commons.wikimedia. org /wiki/File:Sommerblumen01.JPG http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:HSBC_Building.JPG Complex               versus         Constructed
    • Theory
      • Differentiated instruction/assessment: content, process, and product
      • Sheltered instruction: planning, comprehensible input, interaction, assessment
      • Connection,
      • contagion, 
      • (Christakis & Fowler, 2009), and complex
      • Connective community: Open, diverse, autonomous, and interactive (Downes) 
    • Questions to consider related to LEs
      • How to develop a network of educators who are interested in participating in language exchanges (LEs)?
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    • Q & A
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