On-line Speaking<br />Ian James<br />www.tefltecher.wordpress.com<br />ianjames64@gmail.com<br />@ij64<br />
www.tefltecher.wordpress.com<br />
http://onlinespeaking.tumblr.com<br />
www.twitter.com/ij64<br />
On-lineSpeaking<br />Overview<br />13 Applications + ideas<br />Practical as possible<br />No detailedtutorials<br />Async...
On-lineSpeaking<br />Overview<br />Practical as possible<br />14 Applications + ideas<br />No detailedtutorials<br />Async...
Spontaneous vs Scripted<br />Spontaneous<br /><ul><li> Pauses
 Simple sentences
 Fragmented
 False starts
 Hesitations
 Corrections
 Use of fillers</li></ul>Fotobabble example | Matrix | Youtube video<br />
Spontaneous vs Scripted<br />Spontaneous<br /><ul><li> Pauses
 Simple sentences
 Fragmented
 False starts
 Hesitations
 Corrections
 Use of fillers</li></ul>Scripted<br /><ul><li> Organised
 Coherent
 Longer sentences
 Wider lexis
 Complex grammar
 Less repetition
 Sound unnatural</li></ul>Fotobabble example | Matrix | Youtube video<br />
Spontaneous vs Scripted<br />Spontaneous<br /><ul><li> Pauses
 Simple sentences
 Fragmented
 False starts
 Hesitations
 Corrections
 Use of fillers</li></ul>Scripted<br /><ul><li> Organised
 Coherent
 Longer sentences
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  1. 1. On-line Speaking<br />Ian James<br />www.tefltecher.wordpress.com<br />ianjames64@gmail.com<br />@ij64<br />
  2. 2. www.tefltecher.wordpress.com<br />
  3. 3. http://onlinespeaking.tumblr.com<br />
  4. 4. www.twitter.com/ij64<br />
  5. 5. On-lineSpeaking<br />Overview<br />13 Applications + ideas<br />Practical as possible<br />No detailedtutorials<br />Asynchronous<br />Whybother?<br />Difference | Fotobabble example | Matrix | Youtube video<br />
  6. 6. On-lineSpeaking<br />Overview<br />Practical as possible<br />14 Applications + ideas<br />No detailedtutorials<br />Asynchronous<br />Thewhys<br />www.teachertrainingvideos.com<br />Russell Stannard<br />
  7. 7. Spontaneous vs Scripted<br />Spontaneous<br /><ul><li> Pauses
  8. 8. Simple sentences
  9. 9. Fragmented
  10. 10. False starts
  11. 11. Hesitations
  12. 12. Corrections
  13. 13. Use of fillers</li></ul>Fotobabble example | Matrix | Youtube video<br />
  14. 14. Spontaneous vs Scripted<br />Spontaneous<br /><ul><li> Pauses
  15. 15. Simple sentences
  16. 16. Fragmented
  17. 17. False starts
  18. 18. Hesitations
  19. 19. Corrections
  20. 20. Use of fillers</li></ul>Scripted<br /><ul><li> Organised
  21. 21. Coherent
  22. 22. Longer sentences
  23. 23. Wider lexis
  24. 24. Complex grammar
  25. 25. Less repetition
  26. 26. Sound unnatural</li></ul>Fotobabble example | Matrix | Youtube video<br />
  27. 27. Spontaneous vs Scripted<br />Spontaneous<br /><ul><li> Pauses
  28. 28. Simple sentences
  29. 29. Fragmented
  30. 30. False starts
  31. 31. Hesitations
  32. 32. Corrections
  33. 33. Use of fillers</li></ul>Scripted<br /><ul><li> Organised
  34. 34. Coherent
  35. 35. Longer sentences
  36. 36. Wider lexis
  37. 37. Complex grammar
  38. 38. Less repetition
  39. 39. Sound unnatural</li></ul>Semi-scripted<br /><ul><li>Scaffolded
  40. 40. Notes / flow charts
  41. 41. Gram / Vocab prep
  42. 42. Allows improvisation
  43. 43. Rehearsal + practice
  44. 44. Focus form and content</li></ul>Fotobabble example | Matrix | Youtube video<br />
  45. 45. 1. Voicethread<br />Example in app | Example in Tumblr<br />
  46. 46. 2. Voxopop<br />Example in app<br />
  47. 47. 2. Voxopop<br /><ul><li> Debates
  48. 48. Giving opinions
  49. 49. Story building
  50. 50. Recommending books, films, music</li></ul>Example in app<br />
  51. 51. 3. Voki<br />Example in Tumblr<br />
  52. 52. 3. Voki<br /><ul><li> Describe yourself
  53. 53. Develop a character Book, Film, History, Roleplay
  54. 54. Extend a classroom roleplay</li></ul>Example in Tumblr<br />
  55. 55. 4. Vocaroo<br />Example in Tumblr<br />
  56. 56. 5. Audioboo<br />Example in Tumblr <br />
  57. 57. 4 + 5. Vocaroo + Audioboo<br /><ul><li> Any type of monologue (see Voicethread ideas)
  58. 58. Repeat classroom activities
  59. 59. Presentations
  60. 60. Commenting on a text or video (provide link)
  61. 61. Summarising a text (provide link)
  62. 62. Audio version of compositions + exercises
  63. 63. Groups : Interviews, discussions, roleplays</li></ul>Example in Tumblr <br />
  64. 64. 6. Fotobabble<br />Example in Tumblr<br />
  65. 65. 6. Fotobabble<br /><ul><li> Image-based monologues (see Voicethread ideas)
  66. 66. Talk about a painting or other work or art
  67. 67. The story behind a photo
  68. 68. Roleplay a photo
  69. 69. Biography of famous person
  70. 70. Record an advert
  71. 71. React to a news photograph</li></ul>Example in Tumblr<br />
  72. 72. 7. Woices<br />
  73. 73. 7. Woices<br />Example in app <br />
  74. 74. 7. Woices<br /><ul><li> Describe a recent or favourite holiday
  75. 75. Tourist guides
  76. 76. Where I live : City > Neighbourhood > Street
  77. 77. Favourites : city, beach, lake, mountain, view etc
  78. 78. A travel anecdote (This happened to me in ...)
  79. 79. Walks : excursions, nights out, city tours, themes</li></ul>Example in Tumblr <br />
  80. 80. 8. Cinchcast<br />Example in app | Example in Tumblr<br />
  81. 81. 9. Chirbit<br />Example in app<br />
  82. 82. 8 + 9. Cinchcast + Chirbit<br /><ul><li> General audio diary (Last weekend, I went ...)
  83. 83. Post-class student reflection
  84. 84. Keep an audio record of vocabulary
  85. 85. Reviews of films, books, music etc
  86. 86. Story building (with group account) </li></ul>Example in Tumblr <br />
  87. 87. 10. Screenr<br />Example in Tumblr<br />
  88. 88. 10. Screenr<br /><ul><li> Talking about a favourite web page
  89. 89. Commentary on a Flickr or Picasa slideshow
  90. 90. Tutorials (How to use Picasa)</li></ul>Example in Tumblr<br />
  91. 91. 11. MailVu<br />Webmail<br />
  92. 92. 11. MailVu<br /><ul><li> Student-teacher communication
  93. 93. Alternative to text-based email</li></ul>Webmail<br />
  94. 94. 12. Youtube<br />Example on Youtube<br />
  95. 95. 13. Flipcams<br />Example on Youtube<br />
  96. 96. 12 + 13. Youtube + Flipcams<br />Example on Youtube<br />
  97. 97. 12 + 13. Youtube + Flipcams<br /><ul><li> Interviews
  98. 98. Reports
  99. 99. Presentations
  100. 100. Roleplays
  101. 101. Giving the news
  102. 102. Video blogs</li></ul>Example on Youtube<br />
  103. 103. Whybother?<br /><ul><li>Activities beyond the classroom
  104. 104. Broader audience for student work
  105. 105. Increased motivation and attention to detail
  106. 106. Self-correction
  107. 107. Foments student autonomy
  108. 108. Enables peer reviewing and feedback
  109. 109. Focus on pronunciation
  110. 110. Helps with assessment of individual students
  111. 111. Digital literacies</li></li></ul><li>On-line Speaking<br />Ian James<br />www.tefltecher.wordpress.com<br />ianjames64@gmail.com<br />@ij64<br />

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