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Oral Fluency - It really is that easy with technology. Presentation at ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia, PA

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    • Building Oral Fluency It really is that easy with technology Kevin Amboe Information and Media Literacy Coordinator amboe_k@sd36.bc.caFriday, July 1, 2011 1
    • Outline Introduction / Research Common Language Strategies and Tools QuestionsFriday, July 1, 2011 2
    • Description Engage students with technology tools that focus on building student literacy. Explore a variety of tools to enhance oral fluency opportunities.Friday, July 1, 2011 3
    • "If our students are not reading and composing with various electronic technologies, then they are illiterate. They are not just unprepared for the future, they are illiterate right now, in our current time and context. (David Bolter, 1991)Friday, July 1, 2011 4
    • NETS-S •Creativity and Innovation •Communication and Collaboration •Research and Information Fluency •Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making •Digital Citizenship •Technology Operations and ConceptsFriday, July 1, 2011 5Make connections
    • My Credo Look to the desired results Choose the tools to move you closer If the learning is not moving forward ... What needs to happen for success?Friday, July 1, 2011 6
    • Literacy? understand what read make connections working vocabulary communicate understand sound symbol connections build on it take it furtherFriday, July 1, 2011 7
    • ELL / ESL / ESD ELL / ESL / ESD explicit instruction meaningful opportunities to use Play / exploration / building comfrot Graduation rates 79 to 86% ave - 50% populationsFriday, July 1, 2011 8 (1) phonology; (2) syntax; (3) semantics; (4) morphology; and (5) pragmatics.
    • Just Spoken Word Most conversations use 1000 of 5000 common words More Rare words come through written word Conversely - That will only provide 72% of the words in a book to form understandingFriday, July 1, 2011 9http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VocabularyWe also donʼt want other aspects of literacy to be barrier. Learning Disabilities
    • Factors Students with low parental education are less likely to do well. Total Words heard by age 4 Number of Words Used Professional 45 million words • Professional 2150 Working class 26 million words • Working Class 1250 Poverty 13 million words • Welfare 620 Source: Meaningful Differences, by Hart and Risley 2003Friday, July 1, 2011 10
    • Reading / Read Aloud “Inside the ear these words collect in a reservoir called the listening vocabulary. Image from Read Eventually, if you pour enough words into it, the Aloud Handbook reservoir starts to overflow by Jim Trelease —pouring words into the speaking vocabulary, reading vocabulary, and writing vocabulary. And all have their origin in the listening vocabulary.” Could not find original copyright - Likely Jim TreleaseFriday, July 1, 2011 11http://www.trelease-on-reading.com/rah-ch2-pg2.html
    • Oral Language - BC MoEFriday, July 1, 2011 12Just for background / rationale
    • Friday, July 1, 2011 13BC Curriculum
    • Engagement Connect with home Multiple Intelligences Play Publishing options We model learning Students were on task longer and with a lot of enthusiasm to start the work. HENRFriday, July 1, 2011 14 Value interactions at home - including continued use of tools available at home. sound and word play What word, rhythm, and rhyming games do adults play with children make their learning visible to others (e.g., maps, diagrams, photographs, models, and drawings)? We need to model the use of language to stimulate learning and linguistic creativity
    • Play “Play is the “work” of children. Through play, children interact with, explore, and make sense of the world around them. Children find joy and fulfilment in play, whether they are playing by themselves or in groups.” BC Ministry of Education - Early Learning Framework 2008Friday, July 1, 2011 15 Play is vital to childrenʼs healthy development and learning
    • Tools Web Mobile PC / Mac Devices Targeted Software See HandoutFriday, July 1, 2011 16
    • Examples to follow The idea of the examples is just examples. Many of the tools are could be used in a variety of ways. My goal is to provide that spark I have that available and didn’t think of using it that way or I could use YYY to do the same thingFriday, July 1, 2011 17
    • Kindergarten Google Images / Gallery Explore / Wonder / http://gallery.me.com/amboe Reading Pictures Exchange ideas Cooperate with others Working in PartnersFriday, July 1, 2011 18
    • Kindergarten iPad - Reel Director Work in partners to tell a storyFriday, July 1, 2011 19
    • Grade 1 Kidspiration - Sentence creator Using meaningful syntax Speak clearly - be understoodFriday, July 1, 2011 20
    • Grade 1 Talking Tom Gina, Larry, Lila, BenFriday, July 1, 2011 21
    • Grade 2 Jeopardy - Record words / sounds - Owls unit premade - http://www.superteachertools.com/jeopardy/usergames/Apr201016/game1271720408.php Modify Template including Audio Exchange ideas Organizing Thinking Visual / Verbal CuesFriday, July 1, 2011 22Using purposeful language from books and other
    • Grade 2 VoiceThread http://voicethread.com/share/2124340/ Exchange ideas Organizing Thinking Visual / Verbal CuesFriday, July 1, 2011 23
    • Grade 2 KidPix - Science Journal Exchange ideas Organizing Thinking Visual / Verbal CuesFriday, July 1, 2011 24Story Telling with images as well as words - written and spoken
    • Adaptive Software Fast ForWord Dragon Dictate WordQ / SpeakQ Remediate Audio Processing Speaking Clearly Tool for WritingFriday, July 1, 2011 25
    • Adaptive Software Are we settling for second best.... iPad voice readers Kurzweil annotated files not readable by Mac Remediate Audio Processing Speaking Clearly Tool for WritingFriday, July 1, 2011 26
    • Adaptive Software Dragon Dictate - web The letter was from her brother Damon was in the Calgary far away in the west Z if the baby is a girl whose name her errors over and she will be beautiful like this land The letter was from her brother Galen was in the Calgary far away in the west the letter said if the baby is a girl please name her errors on and she will be pure The letter was from her brother Damon was in the Calgary are away in the west the letter said if the baby is a girl please name her errors on her and she will be beautiful like this landFriday, July 1, 2011 27Just as a sample - I would use it in reverse
    • Grade 3 Audio Book Vocabulary - Pronounciation iBooks - DictionaryFriday, July 1, 2011 28
    • Grade 3 Audio recording Self Assessment Pacing / Volume / Expression / Stance iPod / iPad / Laptop ISTE UPDATE Cloud-based audio recording services like AudioBoo.fm, Cinch.fm and iPadio.comFriday, July 1, 2011 29http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2011/06/26/comparing-no-edit-cloud-based-audio-recording-options-playingwithmedia/
    • Grade 3 Video recording - Self Assessment School Project Engaged in speech writing Paper First Audio Second Video ThirdFriday, July 1, 2011 30Unprecedented motivationSpeaking and Listening - Re-recordingGoogle translate for effective pronounciation
    • Grade 4 Document Camera - Oral Sharing USB Microscope Present a range of ideas in logical order Non-Verbal communicationFriday, July 1, 2011 31
    • Grade 4 Comic Life Comic Life Image of buddy readers Students Sharing learning about Prisms Present a range of ideas in logical order Non-Verbal communicationFriday, July 1, 2011 32
    • Grade 4 Photobooth NETS-S PLO Present a range of ideas Text in logical order Non-Verbal communicationFriday, July 1, 2011 33
    • Grade 5 Garageband The story through music and voice add images PLO structures and patterns of languageFriday, July 1, 2011 34
    • Grade 5 iMovie - math Concepts - small groups Stop Motion Animations PLO speaking & listening to improve / extend thinking, – contributing to group success – discussing / comparing ideas and opinionsFriday, July 1, 2011 35
    • NETS-S •Creativity and Innovation •Communication and Collaboration •Research and Information Fluency •Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making •Digital Citizenship •Technology Operations and ConceptsFriday, July 1, 2011 36Make connections
    • Summary Image from Read Aloud Handbook Oral Language Engagement by Encourage using Language Jim Trelease Speaking and Read Aloud Partners Digital Story Telling Self Assessment and Formative Assessment Assistive TechnologyFriday, July 1, 2011 37 Early Technology Users
    • Language-rich environments provide children with the chance to experience language as a powerful tool to communicate, to explore relationships, to tell stories, to question, and to shape the world around them. BC Early Learning FrameworkFriday, July 1, 2011 38http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/early_learning/pdfs/early_learning_framework.pdf
    • Kevin Amboe amboe_k@sd36.bc.ca @amboe_k Information and Media Literacy CoordinatorFriday, July 1, 2011 39