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This presentation shows how to enhance language competencies with the use of internet. Practice links are provided for beginners so that they can rehearse listening, reading, lexical, and accuracy …

This presentation shows how to enhance language competencies with the use of internet. Practice links are provided for beginners so that they can rehearse listening, reading, lexical, and accuracy skills.

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  • 1. New Trends for New Needs in ELT Nicatesol 2010 [email_address] M.A. Rodolfo Chaviano Martínez Friday, December, 2010 Blended Learning: Technology Access
  • 2.  
  • 3. Outline
    • Some ideas about Blended Learning
    • Enhancing Language Competencies with Internet
    • Rehearsing Communicative Skills with Internet
    • Blending Online Activities & Class Performance
    • Sample Online Exercises and Live Lab Practice
  • 4.
    • Blended learning is the organic integration of thoughtfully selected and complementary face-to-face and online approaches and technologies
    • ( Garrison & Vaughan, 2008)
    Concept for Blended Learning 1
  • 5.
    • e-learning (online or on CD-ROM)
    • online discussion groups
    • online mentoring and tutor support
    • learning using mobile devices.
    • web conferencing
    • Printed resources (books, workbooks)
    • interactive manuals
    • workshops
    • classroom based training, etc.
    • http://www.ptt.co.uk/blended.html#pttblended
    A blended learning strategy could include some or all of the following elements: 2
  • 6. http://www.learningcircuits.org/2003/jul2003/rossett.htm Possibilities of What Can Constitute a Blended Learning Approach: 3 Live face-to-face (formal ) • Instructor-led classroom • Workshops • Coaching/mentoring • On-the-job (OTJ) training Live face-to-face (informal) • Collegial connections • Work teams • Role modelling Virtual collaboration/ synchronous • Live e-learning classes • E-mentoring Virtual collaboration/ asynchronous • Email • Online bulletin boards • Listservs • Online communities Self-paced learning • Web learning modules • Online resource links • Simulations • Scenarios • Video and audio CD/DVDs • Online self-assessments • Workbooks Performance support • Help systems • Print job aids • Knowledge databases • Documentation • Performance/decision support tools
  • 7. Curriculum Design Teaching Strategies Educational Technology BLENDED LEARNING Teaching excellence and innovation in support of student learning A Blended Learning Methodology:
  • 8. Communicative Skills Naming & Describing reality Listening Competency Pronunciation Competency Competence Reading Competency Enhancing Language Competencies Writing Competency Speaking Competency Lexical competence Picturing in Mind Words & Images Producing meaningful sounds Getting the message across Performance Thinking on paper Morpho-syntax competency Producing proper patterns and word order =
  • 9. Level 1 Online Practice 1
    • Blending Online Activities & Class Performance
      • Lexical competencies Naming and Describing
    • Vocabulary Expand : (4) Game about colors Numbers 1-20
    • http://www.visualesl.com/drag/3.htm ( drag and drop exercise)
    • WORKSHEETS level 1 (multiple choice)
    • Ex 1.1 Ex 1.2 Ex 1.3 Ex 1.4 Ex 1.5
    • Ex 1.6 Ex 1.7 Ex 1.8 Ex 1.9 Ex 1.10
    • http://www.tut-world.com/p1_eng.htm (5)
    • Drag-and-Drop (Old) Basic Adjectives Family Fruits
    • http://www.visualesl.com/page/display/drag-and-drop.htm (6)
  • 10. Listening Practice : Agenda reading) 01 -elementary level (50 exe) http://www.starfall.com/n/me/pet/play.htm?f what is my pet (7) listening interactive exercise Agenda reading 03- lower intermed.2 (compr. ex.) talk 1ª (8) lesson 1b, listening (9) listen and choose the picture http://www.digischool.nl/oefenen/hennyjellema/engels/tpr/commands1b.htm Total Physical Response TPR conversation 1   First words    filling the gap http://esl.fis.edu/vocab/index-e.htm (10) (11) LG42 Vehicles http://www.elllo.org/english/Games/G042-Vehicles.html Listening Listen and select the picture Level 1 Online Practice 2 Naming and Describing Listening competencies
  • 11. Pronunciation: (agenda reading) 01 -elementary level (50 exe) sound ai sound sh sound ee (12) http://www.starfall.com/n/make-a-word/two-vowels/load.htm?f video Chunking Lonely Vowel Two Vowel (13) Level 1 Online Practice 3 Pronunciation competencies Producing meaningful sounds http://www.starfall.com/n/skills/chunking/load.htm?f http://www.starfall.com/n/skills/two-vowel/load.htm?f
  • 12.
    • Grammar Focus : (1-language) Unit 1 Index
    • Grammar Exercises 1 Grammar Exercices 2 (14)
    • http://www.1-language.com/englishcourse/unit1_index.htm
    • Accuracy
    • multiple choice
    • Ex 2.1 Ex 2.2 Ex 2.3 Ex 2.4 Ex 2.5 (15)
    • Ex 2.6 Ex 2.7 Ex 2.8 Ex 2.9 Ex 2.10
    Level 1 Online Practice 4 Morpho-Syntax competencies Using appropriate patterns and word order http://www.tut-world.com/p1_e2-01.htm
  • 13. Syntax : (agenda resources) WORKSHEETS level 1 Sentence Construction http://www.tut-world.com/p4_e3-1.htm Ex 3.1 Ex 3.2 Ex 3.3 Ex 3.4 Ex 3.5 (16) Ex 3.6 Ex 3.7 Ex 3.8 Ex 3.9 Ex 3.10 http://www.tut-world.com/p4_e3-8.htm Level 1 Online Practice 5 Syntax competencies Proper word order
  • 14. Reading Comprehension: Agenda resources - WORKSHEETS level 1 http://www.tut-world.com/p1_eng.htm Ex 5.1 Ex 5.2 Ex 5.3 Ex 5.4 Ex 5.5 (17) Read & answer lesson 1a, only reading (18) Read and find the picture http://www.digischool.nl/oefenen/hennyjellema/engels/tpr/commands1aaa.htm Level 1 Online Practice 6 Reading competencies Getting the message across
  • 15. Further Writing Practice : (agenda resources) WORKSHEETS level 1 Cloze Passages http://www.tut-world.com/p1_e4-01.htm Ex 4.1 Ex 4.2 Ex 4.3 Ex 4.4 Ex 4.5 (19) Level 1 Online Practice 7 Writing competencies Thinking on paper
  • 16. Conclusions
    • BL transform the instructor role to be more facilitative and learner-centered
    • It reduces boredom, decreases costs, and produces tangible results
    • Discussions started in class may be continued online or vice versa
    • BL is a Non vertical education strategy
      • Learning is social, therefore, using social media brings about great benefits
      • BL enhances teacher interaction with students
  • 17. Conclusions
    • BL is borderless teaching, reaching more students
    • BL means increased student engagement in learning
    • Provides a more flexible teaching and learning environment
      • Provides Increased access & flexibility
      • Blended learning is an optimized pedagogical approach , rather than an arbitrary time division between online and F2F classes
  • 18. References
    • http://www.ptt.co.uk/blended.html#pttblended
    • Garrison & Vaughan, 2008
    • http://www.visualesl.com/drag/3.htm
    • http://www.tut-world.com/p1_eng.htm
    • http://www.visualesl.com/page/display/drag-and-drop.htm
    • http://www.agendaweb.org/reading/easy_interm.html
    • http://www.agendaweb.org/reading/comprehension_easy_interm2.html
    • http://www.digischool.nl/oefenen/hennyjellema/engels/tpr/commands1b.htm
    • http://esl.fis.edu/vocab/index-e.htm Home
    • http://www.elllo.org/english/Games/G042-Vehicles.html
    • http://esl.fis.edu/vocab/4r/0-4.htm
    • http://www.digischool.nl/oefenen/hennyjellema/engels/tpr/voorbladtpr.htm
    • http://www.agendaweb.org/reading/easy_interm.html Home
    • http://www.starfall.com/n/level-a/learn-to-read/load.htm?f Home
    • http://www.tut-world.com/p1_eng.htm Level 1
    • http://www.1-language.com/englishcourse/unit1_index.htm
    • http://www.tut-world.com/p1_e5-01.htm
    • http://www.digischool.nl/oefenen/hennyjellema/engels/tpr/commands1aaa.htm
    • http://www.tut-world.com/p1_e4-01.htm
  • 19. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
  • 20. SAMPLE UNIT
    • I LISTENING English Listening Language Lab Online - Learn English Naturally
        • Elllo – MENU - STEP - Version 5 951+ - 977 Enam's Green Concerns
        • Do Audio Slide Quiz Answer the Questions and get your score.
        • Then Show Text / Hide Text to see Transcript as many times as necessary.
        • Take notes and be ready to discuss about this interview next class.
        • Go to -- Video Response Are you worried about the environment?
    • Select one of the Global Problems topics at the bottom of script page of 977 for your writing task.
    • II GRAMMAR Grammar Corner: Verbs
    • Stative and Dynamic Verbs (Introduction and 2 exercises)
    • III VOCABULARY Business English Collocation
    • · Collocations 1 · C ollocations 2
    • IV READING AND SPEAKING Flash Cards
    • http://www.manythings.org/ - Listening & Reading
    • American Stories · The Ambitious Guest   (Nathaniel Hawthorne)
    • Be ready to report about what you have read and heard. Take notes
    • V WRITING Ss Learning Center - Study these sections.
    • Essay writing: Paragraphs and sentence structure
    • Common faults in sentence structure -
    • Sentence Fragments
    • Misplaced modifiers
    • Parallel structure
    • Reference
    • LISTENING : Elllo - 976 Katia's Green Concerns -- Video Response What are the environmental problems in your country?
    • Centro de Idiomas UAM R. Chaviano June, 2009