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,香港六合彩凭什么喊妈?
我妈怜惜地摸着小花的头,极其喜欢的说:这孩子真懂事,三子要象你就不要我*心了……小花真不知道累,到了我家也不歇歇,拿起笤帚就扫地,看见抹布就抹桌,还要帮我妈烧饭烧菜,我妈心疼地说:小花,你去歇着,大热天的.说着又叫我道:拿把扇子给小花,切个西瓜给香港六合彩降降温.
我一手拿刀一手拿扇子,明晃晃的水果刀在小花面前好象是有所目的,引得小花连声问:三哥,你拿刀的姿势好吓人哟!我嘿嘿一笑,我是拿来切西瓜的嘛,又不是切你,别怕.西瓜被我三下五除二切成几大块,我对小花说,吃,吃,别客气,自己动手……小花反倒拿起一块大的递给我说,你吃你吃,我吃不掉这么多.我说我不渴不想吃,小花说我不吃香港六合彩也不吃,好象我是来的客人一样,主人在逼着客人吃西瓜.我接过西瓜时,小花又拣了一大块跑到厨房送给我妈,经过一番拉扯后终于让我妈做了臣服,最后小花才拿起一小块啃了起来.
小花拍马屁的工夫可谓一流,我妈根本经不住香港六合彩糖衣炮弹,几

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  • 1. TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION: ELECTRONIC DISCUSSIONS CHAPTER SIX THE POWER OF eLEARNING Workshop Presentation Friday, June 30, 2006 By: Khadijah O. Miller, Ph.D. Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • 2. Overview of Presentation/ Chapter 6
    • Electronic Discussions (overview)
    • Forums
    • Chats
    • Planning and Administering Discussions
    • Facilitating Discussions
    • Types of Discussions
    • Examples from Khadijah Miller’s experiences
  • 3. Electronic Discussions
    • Electronic Discussions are among the most powerful communication tools in elearning.
      • Promote Critical Thinking
      • Promote Active Learning
      • Promote/Encourage Higher Levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (in particular, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation).
  • 4. Electronic Discussions
    • Definition:
      • A two-way communication used in elearning; allows students to engage each other and/or the instructor in interactive learning in the “timeless” virtual world of the Internet.
    • Types: Synchronous and Asynchronous AKA, Forums and Chats
  • 5. Electronic Discussions: Forums and Chats
    • Forums are ordinarily asynchronous (which removes the element of time constraints— “anytime, anyplace” learning).
    • Chats are synchronous (meaning that everyone meets ‘virtually’ at the same time, regardless of location).
  • 6. Benefits of Discussions: Forums
    • Support Convenient communication
      • As well as encourage active learning
    • Encourage thoughtful responses
      • As well as provide additional time for reflection, analysis and proofreading
    • Build community
      • As well as develop valuable interactive skills
    • Create a permanent record of student responses
      • As well as assist in measurement and assessment of facilitating skills
  • 7. Challenges of Discussions: Forums
    • Lack of Human Contact
    • Time Requirement
    • Students with Poor Attitudes (in course site or classroom)
    • Students with poor writing, spelling and grammatical skills
    • Fear of Public writing
    • Number of Participants
    • Work load—Facilitator Frustration
    • Technical Difficulties
  • 8. Netiquette, Emoticons and Acronyms
    • Netiquette: a term commonly associated with two-way computer communications; basically etiquette for the Net.
      • Provides guidelines about what is acceptable and non-acceptable behavior in electronic discussions and similar communication transactions, e.g., email. (see page 126, figure 6.3)
  • 9. Netiquette, Emoticons, and Acronyms
    • Emoticons: symbols used to convey emotions in online communications. Don’t suggest we use—need to maintain an academic setting. (see pg. 127, figure 6.4)
    • Acronyms: simply, an abbreviation for a phrase or clause. Don’t suggest we use—except for common terms, e.g., NSU or ASAP, not CUL8R. (see pg. 127, figure 6.5)
  • 10. Facilitating, Planning and Administering Electronic Discussions
    • A Successful Discussion
    • is A
    • Well-Planned Discussion
  • 11. Facilitating, Planning and Administering Electronic Discussions
    • Explain expectations, appropriate and inappropriate responses
    • Provide clear instructions for each discussion
    • Phrase topics and questions clearly
    • Establish and enforce policies (length, deadline/dateline, credit, etc.)
    • Alert students to time expectations
    • Give assignments realistically and relative to workload.
  • 12. Categories of Discussion Topics
    • To promote critical thinking
    • To summarize and clarify
    • To introduce or prepare for new topics/subjects
    • FAQ Discussions
    • Homework Discussions
    • Get Help/Online Tutoring (student/student and facilitator/student)
  • 13. Categories of Discussion Topics
    • Homework discussions
    • Guest speaker discussions
    • Mentoring discussions
    • Field Experience discussions
    • Small Group Meeting discussions
    • Discussions to quiz students
    • Discussions for role-play
    • “Water fountain” discussions
  • 14. Examples of Electronic Discussions
    • Some Favorites:
      • Emogene Vaughn-Johnson’s discussion boards for intellectual wellness—includes a spiritual café and student-to-student tutoring/study sessions.
      • Enrique Zapatero’s live chat discussions—5 hours once a week—with graphs, power points and soon to add audio!
  • 15. MORE Examples of Electronic Discussions
    • Khadijah Miller’s weekly discussion boards (serves as homework assignments)
      • Discussion Boards also include “Getting to Know You” board, FAQ Board, Wrap Up board, and “Purely discussion” board (student directed to post what they want).
    • Live chats are 3-4 per semester, used as review sessions, to introduce new topics, and “touch base” with students who may feel disconnected.
  • 16. What Do You Think?
    • Questions, Answers, Comments…
    • Thank you for Your Attention!