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Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
Weaving internet in the class
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Description of blogs used in an EFLclass

Description of blogs used in an EFLclass

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  • 1. Weaving Internet in the classroom by Ma. Elena Delgado ENP1 April 2008
  • 2. Content
    • The blog as a Publishing tool
      • Teacher and learners blogs
    • Sample Activities : design criteria
    • Other tools
  • 3. How?, When? Where?
    • Publish activities in a blog.
    • Students check it after class hours
    • At school, at home…
  • 4. Blogs in class
      • Information is typed and published with a
      • Anyone who can type, copy, and paste can create and maintain a blog.
      • The sequence of writings create a record of learning and a resource for others.
      • A blog is interactive, readers can comment.
  • 5. Types of blogs Teacher Blog
    • It promotes exploration of English websites.
    • It provides syllabus information (assignments, upcoming topics).
    • It serves as a resource of links for self-study.
  • 6. Types of blogs Learner s Blog
    • May be run by individual learners themselves or by small collaborative groups of learners.
    • Can be used as journals or e-portfolios .
  • 7. Activities
    • Criteria
    • Linguistic - What do students need to learn, review, ?
    • How? (by reading, writing,speaking,listening)
    • Learner ´s interest .
    • Difficulty of task: Low tech vs. High tech.
    • Describe the activities in handout
    • See printed samples
  • 8. Sample activities
    • My English4 class
    • In the design you can include
        • Text
        • Pictures
        • Links
        • Video
        • Interactive activities
  • 9. You can… edit delete keep track of posts
  • 10. Learners blogs E-portfolios, class blogs
    • http://sandragutierrez509.blogspot.com/
    • http://alfredoluna509. blogspot .com/
    • cartoon-festival
  • 11. Other useful tools… wikis
    • Student ´s page
    • http: //luisangellopez . blogspot .com/
  • 12. Tools for blogs for social networks and gadgets
    • Blinklist
    • Neo counter, answers.com
  • 13. Cell phones = mobility
    • Informal learning ( new learning spaces)
    • Flexibility (anytime, anywhere)
    • To listen to podcasts
    • To create podcasts
    • To create videoclips
  • 14. Participating groups
    • Group 403B (25 students)
    • Group 413A ( 28 students)
    • Group 509 ( 30 students)
    • Group 501 ( 26 students)

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