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  1. 1. ICT Applied to English Teaching- 2010 Written Assignment Due date: November, 28th (To sit for the final exam on Dec. 1st ) December 10th (To sit for the final exam any other date) Objectives: - To explore research on Web 2.0 applied to ELT. - To refer to different views on the future of technology in education. - To apply the APA conventions to written academic paper. TASK: (INDIVIDUAL) - Choose a chapter in the e-book by Thomas, M (2009) Hanbook of Research on Web 2.o and Second Language Learning. - Write your name next to the chapter in Google docs so that no other student teacher chooses the same chapter: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hi_KAxIfEsQcMtWixy2LWlXJzwvTHbRSG 56veKCq860/edit?hl=en&authkey=CNjX6KwD - Write an essay discussing the main focus of the chapter chosen (between 500-800 words). Divide your essay in well-organized paragraphs. Make sure you quote and cite the authors as many times as possible and watch your paper layout (Front page, footer with name and institution, fonts, margins, etc). You may also refer to other sources as long as you acknowledge them and include them properly in the section for “Works Cited”. Paula Ledesma – UTN 2010
  2. 2. - In a separate section of your assignment write briefly about “The future of Technology in ELT” (100-200 words). You may refer to chapter 11 in Dudeney & Hockly (2007) How to Teach English with Technology and to the foreword in Sharma & Barrett (2007) Blended Learning (page 132). - You may ask a partner to peer review your work as usual. - Post your work to Slideshare and Create a new block in your network profile to embed your work. - Upload your work on campus (You should get some feedback on it no later than 48 hs. after posting it) - Only then will you be expected to complete your Course Assessment on campus, and if all your assignments have been passed you will then be ready to sit for the final exam. REMEMBER to take a printed copy of all your assignments on exam date (the documents you posted on campus) Paula Ledesma – UTN 2010

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