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    • Use of ICT to teach/improve the speaking of English Dr Paula Hodgson
    • Intended learning outcomes
      • Develop skills in designing English speaking tasks for blended learning through the use of ICT;
      • Develop a global perspective when connected using ICT, particularly identifying appropriate learning opportunities to practise speaking English with native and non-native speakers ;
      • Develop critical thinking and reflective thinking skills when discussing and debating innovative practices with technology integration for language learning and teaching.
    • Building speaking competence
      • Your experience in school
    • L2 English speaking
      • Communicating with L1 & L2 speakers
        • Chat
        • Conversation
        • Discussion/debate
        • Formal speech
      • Use appropriate register (formal or informal) in conversations*
      • Use appropriate interaction skills and conversational strategies
      • ( English Language Curriculum and Assessment Guide for secondary 4 ─ 6, 2007)
    • Effective oral communication
      • Accuracy : the skill of using pronunciation (which covers speech sounds, stress, rhythm and intonation), grammar and vocabulary correctly to communicate ideas and express feelings;
      • Fluency : the skill of linking what one says together and producing it at a reasonably “normal” speed;
      • Appropriateness : the skill of using the right sort of language (e.g. formal or informal language) to suit particular situations;
      • Cohesion : the skill of producing spoken utterances which “hang together” grammatically;
      • Coherence : the skill of producing spoken utterances that “hang together” semantically and logically; and
      • Interaction strategies , such as seeking further information, asking for clarification, negotiating meaning, and taking turns appropriately at relevant points in an oral interaction.
      ( English Language Curriculum and Assessment Guide for Secondary 4 ─ 6, 2007)
    • Perceived usefulness of speaking activities NET teacher Discussion with peers In-class discussion Social interactions Computerized exercise
    • Developing/improving L2 English speaking competence
      • Authentic approach
        • Doing projects/conducting research with English oral activities, e.g. conducting interviews, reporting findings
        • Having activities with non-local students
      • Creative approach
        • Performing in an English drama
        • Composing lyrics and participating in English singing activities
        • Running a campus radio programme
      • Functional approach
        • Making a debate
        • Having a group discussion in English
        • Doing role play in a scenario-based learning context
      • Reflective approach
        • Reporting on, reflecting on or reviewing events/activities
        • Logging oral journals
    • Speaking activities in class
      • Provide opportunity for creativity oral practice/presentations
        • Students using their words to describe the places after viewing the movie Myst III: Exile
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDOhNb5lO0k&NR=1
        • Students practise making requests in unscripted role play
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWGpU4WqcTE
    • Technology-mediated speaking activities (1)
      • Group activities :
      • Having synchronous voice conferencing (teleconferencing: small group)
      • Having group video conferencing
      • (pair, trio, multi-party)
      • Technical : How to set up a conference call in Google
          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFGJRfoK9xQ&feature=channel
          • Technical: How to set up a group conference call in Skype
          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIYN_R2YtaY&feature=related
      • Presenting project with multimodality in blog
          • http://vimeo.com/16955389
      • Individual activities:
      • Practising/rehearsing with web-based audio clips (practising pronunciation, stress, tones)
      • Recording and reviewing recorded speech/discussion (fine-tuning pronunciation, reflection on communication skills)
      • Publishing digitized record and editing with Audacity for podcasting/iTunes (fine-tuning pronunciation, accuracy )
      • Building a voice blog (narrative stories)
          • http://thestory.org/special-features/ahmed-s-diary
      • Building a voice journal (songs)
          • http://www.myspace.com/audiojournal
        • Online tutor (synchronous real-time conversation)
      Technology-mediated speaking activities (2)
    • TPCK: developing/improving competence in L2 speaking in-class and after class activities (blended learning) Key stage 3: F.1~3 Key stage 4: F.4~6 Content knowledge Pedagogical knowledge Technological knowledge
    • References
      • Ducate, L. and Lomicka, L. (2009). Podcasting: an effective tool for honing language students’ pronunciation. Language Learning & Technology , 13(3), 66-86.
      • Kukulska-Hulme, A. and Shield, L. (2007). An overview of mobile assisted language learning: can mobile devices support collaborative practice in speaking and listening? ReCALL , 19(7), 1-20 .
      • Lee, L. (2010). Fostering reflective writing and interactive exchange through blogging in an advanced language course. ReCALL, 22 (2), 212-27.
      • Sun, Y. (2009). Voice blog: an exploratory study of language learning. Language Learning & Technology , 13(2), 88–103 .
    • Web reference
      • English Language Curriculum and Assessment Guide (Secondary 4 - 6)
        • 334.edb.hkedcity.net/doc/eng/eng_lang_final.pdf
      • Gmail voice and video chat
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFGJRfoK9xQ&feature=channel
        • How to set up a conference call in Google
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFGJRfoK9xQ&feature=channel
        • How to set up a group conference call in Skype
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIYN_R2YtaY&feature=related
        • VuRoom: Enable multiparty video conferencing from Skype (15-day free trial)
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h95jTcZJ5LI