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    •  
      • Introduction
      • Tools for writing
      • Tools for reading
      • Tools for listening
      • Tools for speaking
      • Keeping Updated on Web 2.0 Tools
      •  
    • CALL ICT TELL Information And Communications Technology Computer Assisted Language Learning Technology Enhanced Language Learning
    • Web 2.0 Web 1.0 Web 3.0 Read-only web Read-Write web 3-D
    • Pegrum (2009)
    • Internet access Digital natives English (International Language) Collaboration Communication Coursebooks Learner’s expectations Different way of learning Mobile Exposure Dudeney & Hockly (2007)
      • Create texts
      • Publish privately
      • Publish to the web
      • Real time collaboration
      • Collaborate asyncronously
      • Think collaboratevely
      • Collect from different subjects
      • Find the right reading level
      • Provide mixed resources
      • Parctice speed reading
      • Remember context
      • Extract language from a text
      • Create graphic texts
      • Practice extensive reading online
      • Create online listening
      • Listen and respond
      • Stimulate listening through images
      • Listen and communicate
      • Listen and write
      • Listen and view
      • Highlight specific points
      • Record own audio
      • Make presentations
      • Tell a story
      • Give brief information and react
      • Stimulate speaking through images
      • Create own audio
    • Dudeney, G. & Hockly, N. (2007): How to teach English with technology . England: Pearson. Hockly, N. (2010). Web 2.0. Ict & teachers. [PowerPoint slides] Istek Conference 27/03/2010. Peachey, N. Web 2.0 tools for teachers. Retrieved from http://www.scribd.com/doc/19576895/Web-20-Tools-for-Teachers Pegrum, M. (2009). From blogs to bombs . Perth : UWA Publishing