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This is the presentation I gave (will give!) to the teachers and teacher-trainers at the Learning Technologies and Young Learners conference in Milan on 25 March 2009....

This is the presentation I gave (will give!) to the teachers and teacher-trainers at the Learning Technologies and Young Learners conference in Milan on 25 March 2009.

The conference was organised by The British Council and IATEFL (the International Association for Teaching English as as Foreign Language.)

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    IATEFL / British Council Milan 09 IATEFL / British Council Milan 09 Presentation Transcript

    • IATEFL / British Council Milan 2009 Project Ideas for ICT & CLIL Teaching www.digitalang.com
    • Seth Dickens Presentation: www.digitalang.com/blog
    • EFL Teacher 8 years ICT Teacher-Trainer 3 Years CLIL Teacher 6 months
    • How did you feel about using technology in class before this conference? How do you feel about using it now?
    • http://ccn.infoweb.as.tietotalo.fi http://tinyurl.com/aod9xk
    • “Web 2.0, social web, Facebook, online games: the truth is that many, students network with their classmates and with international new friends many hours per day. Does this actually support CLIL and teaching stuff, or take away from it? Isn't it a bit frustrating to know that students are so active at home, but not in class? In my opinion, the problem is that so many teachers don't see how useful other methods can be, too.” LauraRe 4.2.2009 http://ccn.infoweb.as.tietotalo.fi/English/Networking/Discussion_forum.iw3?msg=e0e04a0c-c528-4d06-863b-0696dee51810
    • Our Social Sciences Project Multimedia & LIM (Interactive White Board) Co-Teaching with “regular teacher” 1 hour per week, per class Knowledge building communities
    • + Student motivation - Authentic content + Masses of “raw” - Access to PCs at home material - Time spent planning + Genuine - 50 Minute Lessons communication - Internet Speeds + “Real” audience for Sts + Authentic content
    • ICT / CLIL Project Ideas Planning an ICT / CLIL Project Lesson Ideas Workshop Making Our Own Movie
    • Class Wikis http://pbwiki.com/ http://www.wetpaint.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki http://www.wikispaces.com/ /List_of_wiki_farms
    • Why a Wiki? Students Engaging and entertaining Ownership of their learning space Knowledge building community Teachers Focal point for all “digital” activities Quick to set up & simple to use Basic services are free Student access from any PC with Internet Class and homework
    • 3 Things We’ve Done With Our Wiki htttp://martini.wetpaint.com
    • Twitter: www.twitter.com Teaching resources: http://delicious.com/sethdickens/twitter
    • www.surveymonkey.com
    • Discussion: What benefits / difficulties would you expect with these technologies? Write a short list of the ideas you’d like to try with your students
    • ICT / CLIL Project Ideas Planning an ICT / CLIL Project Lesson Ideas Workshop Making Our Own Movie
    • 1. Vocabulary and Language Work
    • Find PowerPoint presentations on Google search for filetype:ppt e.g. onion skin experiment filetype:ppt
    • 2. Practical “Project” work
    • Our Project Film: http://martini.wetpaint.com/pag e/Science+Video+and+Podcast
    • Functional Language The first things we did was to.. After that we.. Next we.. We needed to do this because.. This helped us to… We did this because… The reason we did this was…
    • 3. Follow Up Activities
    • www.glogster.com
    • Discussion: What benefits / difficulties would you expect with these technologies? Add to your short list of ideas you’d like to try.
    • ICT / CLIL Project Ideas Planning an ICT / CLIL Project Lesson Ideas Workshop Making Our Own Movie
    • • Look through materials folders • Select materials you wish /don’t wish to use • Plan a project based around materials • Things to consider: – Finished “product” that students will prepare and technology used in project – Steps to take to achieve your project – Essential vocabulary to “pre-teach” – Relevant / useful language & grammar – Procedure you’ll take in project
    • Prepare a short presentation of your project idea for our video together with your group
    • ICT / CLIL Project Ideas Planning an ICT / CLIL Project Lesson Ideas Workshop Making Our Own Movie
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinasozio/2746870438/sizes/l/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/hleung/556107638/sizes/l/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tanaka/2590400882/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/crystalflickr/91779062/sizes/o/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/eleaf/2536358399/