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    Interactive Whiteboards: Collaborativeand Practical Applications for Learners and Teachers Interactive Whiteboards: Collaborative and Practical Applications for Learners and Teachers Presentation Transcript

    • Interac(ve
Whiteboards:
Collabora(ve
 and
Prac(cal
Applica(ons
for
Learners
 and
Teachers
 Rachel
Drummond
Sardell,
University
of
Oregon
 TESOL
2010

    • Q:
What
is
an
interac(ve
whiteboard?
 •  An
electronic
 whiteboard.
 •  Connected
to
a
 computer.
 •  Can
be
controlled
with
 finger
touching
or
 electronic
markers.


    • Q:
Why
should
you
try
teaching
with
 interac(ve
whiteboard?
 •  Pique
your
students’
interest
in
a
lesson.
 •  To
have
access
to
visual
examples
as
needed.
 •  Encourage
collabora(ve
learning.

    • How‐to
#1:
 
 Using
an
interac(ve
whiteboard. 
 YouTube
link
to
How‐to
#1
video:

 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKVGIN8YvTI


    • How‐to
#2:
Manipula(ng
 
 digital
text. 
 YouTube
link
to
How‐to
#2
video:

 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_2R3SKwPrc

    • How‐to
#3:
Finding
and
saving
 pictures
for
visual
reference
 YouTube
link
to
How‐to
#3
video:

 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvwg8ly1Zhc

    • How‐to
#4:
Saving
digital
copies

 of
lesson
notes
/
explana(ons.
 YouTube
link
to
How‐to
#4
video:
 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHI9mkbjgk

    • Adap(ng
non‐technical
 pedagogical
techniques
for
use
 with
interac(ve
whiteboards 
 Classroom
video
clip
 examples:
 1.  Cloze
grammar
 exercises
 2.  Peer‐edi(ng
 3.  Cri(cal
thinking

    • What
you
will
see:
 Cloze
exercise:
Video
Clip
#1
 Students
are
deciding
on
the
best
answers
for
a
 grammar
review
on
gerunds.

    • Cloze
grammar
exercise:

 Video
Clip
#1
 YouTube
link
to
Video
Clip
#1
video:
 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTPOogYCaaI

    • What
you
will
see:

 Peer‐edi(ng:
Video
Clip
#2
 Students
are
reading
and
peer‐edi(ng
their
 sentences
from
their
wri(ng
composi(ons.

    • Peer‐edi(ng:
Video
Clip
#2
 YouTube
link
to
Video
Clip
#2
video:
 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rWuHgVoeNM

    • What
you
will
see:

 Cri(cal
thinking:
Video
Clip
#3
 Students
are
thinking
cri(cally
and
giving
 jus(fica(on
for
their
answers.

    • Cri(cal
Thinking:
Video
Clip
#3
 YouTube
link
to
Video
Clip
#3
video:
 hVp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q‐admBAdMrU

    • More
lesson
ideas
for
use
with
 interac(ve
whiteboards 
 •  Brainstorming
on
a
topic
(all
levels)
 •  LeVer
shaping
prac(ce
(beginner)
 •  Correc(ng
sentence
word
order
 (intermediate)
 •  Peer‐edi(ng
drags
of
essays
(advanced)
 •  Playing
interac(ve
educa(onal
games
online
 (all
levels)

    • What
are
some
addi(onal
lesson
 ideas
using
a
SMART
Board?

 Beginning
Learners
 Intermediate
 Advanced
Learners
 Learners
 Reading
skills
 Wri(ng
skills
 Listening
skills
 Speaking
skills

    • Ques(ons?
 Thank
you
for
aVending!
 Please
contact
me
if
you
have
any
ques(ons:

 rachelds@uoregon.edu
 You
can
get
a
.pdf
file
of
these
PowerPoint
slides
and
 video
links
to
YouTube
from
this
web
address:

 hVp://www.uoregon.edu/~rachelds/ tesol2010