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  • EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY LECTURES IN PREPARATION FOR PROGRESS TEST ONE
  • TEST OVERVIEW
    • MATERIALS DESIGN
    • EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET
    • PRACTICE QUIZ
  • MATERIALS DESIGN USING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
  • MATERIALS DESIGN
    • MUST BE CONTENT APPROPRIATE
      • SUBJECT MATTER
      • VOCABULARY
    • MUST BE AGE APPROPRIATE
      • ACTIVITIES RELATED TO AGE GROUPS
      • ACTIVITIES RELATED TO ABILITY
  • MATERIALS DESIGN
    • WORD PROCESSING
    • POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
    • VIDEOS FROM MOVIE MAKER
    • CDS, AUDIO TAPES, DVDS
    • ALSO:
      • WHITEBOARD
      • OVERHEAD PROJECTOR
  • MATERIALS DESIGN USE OF WORD PROCESSING
    • USE OF GAMES AND PUZZLES
    • USE OF PICTURES AND FLASH CARDS
    • USE OF VOCABULARY LISTS
    • USE OF DIALOGUES
    • KNOW HOW TO DESIGN EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS USING MICROSOFT WORD
  • WORD PROCESSING: GAMES AND PUZZLES
    • FOR YOUNG LEARNERS AGES 6-9
    • EXAMPLES ARE:
      • WORD HUNT
      • CROSSWORD PUZZLES
      • MATCHING
    • GAMES AND PUZZLES AID IN:
      • COMPREHENSION
      • SPELLING
      • VOCABULARY
      • ANALYTICAL SKILLS
  • WORD PROCESSING: PICTURES
    • FOR YOUNG LEARNERS AGES 3-9
    • FOR BEGINNING LANGUAGE LEARNERS AT ANY AGE
    • EXAMPLE: PICTURE DICTIONARIES, FLASH CARDS
    • PICTURES AID IN:
      • VOCABULARY
      • INSTANT RECOGNITION AND RECALL
  • WORD PROCESSING: VOCABULARY AND DIALOGUES
    • VOCABULARY LISTS AND DIALOGUES ARE GOOD FOR STUDENTS AGES 10 AND UP
    • THEY’RE ALSO GOOD FOR INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED STUDENTS AT ANY AGE
  • USE OF PRESENTATIONS: MATERIALS DESIGN
    • USE OF PRESENTATIONS
      • AUDIO
      • VISUAL
    • HOW TO DESIGN EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS USING POWERPOINT
  • PRESENTATIONS
    • AUDIO-VISUAL PRESENTATIONS
      • PHONICS AGES 3-6 OR BEGINNERS
      • SIMPLE SENTENCES AGES 6-8 OR UPPER BEGINNER
      • COMPLEX DIALOGUES, INTERMEDIATE
      • AUDIO VISUAL DOCUMENTARIES, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED
  • PRESENTATIONS
    • TO HAVE FULL EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT, ALL PRESENTATIONS SHOULD HAVE:
      • READING PRACTICE
      • LISTENING PRACTICE
      • VOCABULARY
      • METHOD OF EVALUATION: QUIZ
  • USE OF VIDEO: MATERIALS DESIGN
    • USE OF VIDEO
    • HOW TO DESIGN EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS USING MOVIE MAKER
  • USE OF VIDEO: MATERIALS DESIGN
    • VIDEO PRESENTATIONS
      • PHONICS AGES 3-6 OR BEGINNERS
      • SIMPLE SENTENCES AGES 6-8 OR UPPER BEGINNER
      • COMPLEX DIALOGUES, INTERMEDIATE
      • AUDIO VISUAL DOCUMENTARIES, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED
  • EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES USING THE INTERNET
  • EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
    • THE INTERNET IS A GOOD EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE
      • DICTIONARIES
      • TRANSLATION TOOLS
      • ONLINE ENGLISH EDUCATION
        • GRAMMAR PRACTICE
        • VOCABULARY PRACTICE
        • TIMED READING COMPREHENSION PRACTICE
        • LISTENING PRACTICE
  • EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
    • ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIAS SUCH AS WIKIPEDIA
    • NEWSPAPERS IN ANY LANGUAGE
    • BOOKS
    • MAGAZINES
      • GEOGRAPHY: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
      • SCIENCE: SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
  • THE END PRACTICE QUIZ NEXT
  • EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PRACTICE QUIZ
  • Question 1.
    • Susan wants to learn more English. Specifically, she wants to improve her listening skills. She has a CD player, a tape recorder and she has internet access. As an English teacher, what do you suggest?
      • A) CDs with English listening drills.
      • B) Tapes with English listening drills.
      • C) Internet websites such as Go4English, English Language Listening Lab, or Randall’s Listening Lab
      • D) All of the above.
  • Question 2.
    • Mrs. Grey has a 5-year old son who needs English instruction. He speaks English at home, but needs help with basic English vocabulary. What do you suggest?
      • A) A videotape on English grammar.
      • B) An animal picture dictionary.
      • C) Vocabulary flash cards.
      • D) Vocabulary lists.
  • QUESTION 3.
    • Cathy is in the 7 th grade and she wants to do a research paper on the geography and history of Oman. She speaks, reads and writes English well. All of the library books on Oman are checked out, but she has internet access at home. As her English teacher, what do you suggest?
      • A) Books from the library anyway.
      • B) Postcards and magazines from the corner grocery store.
      • C) Internet websites such as Wikipedia, National Geographic, etc.
      • D) None of the above.
  • QUESTION 4
    • Mary is a new English teacher. She wants to give her students some English puzzles and games to do over the holidays. She likes the idea of giving them vocabulary word hunt. She knows Microsoft Word, but she doesn't know how to make a word hunt puzzle. How can you help her?
      • A) Go to Microsoft Word> File Open>Tools
      • B) Go to Microsoft Excel > File Open>Insert Object
      • C) Go to Microsoft PowerPoint> File Open>Insert Object
      • D) Go to Microsoft Word>File Open>Table>Insert Table
  • THE END GOOD LUCK!