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Seminar 28october
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  • 1. 28th of October 2010 Hadiach school #4 Ruslana Shamanska "Internet resources for learning and teaching listening and speaking"
  • 2. CALL Computer Assisted Language Learning
  • 3. • CALL is a form of computer-based learning which carries two important features: individualized learning and bidirectional learning. • It is not a method. • CALL materials are materials for learning. • The focus of CALL is learning, and not teaching. • CALL materials are used in teaching to facilitate the language learning process. • It is a a form of student-centered learning materials, which promote self-paced accelerated learning. • CALL is not a software application, but rather courseware that is designed specifically for language learning for a specific group of learners. CALL
  • 4. Using technologies at the lessons of English. Work in pairs and tell about your partner’s experience in using technologies, especially web-technologies at the lessons. What have you already done!!!
  • 5. Top Tools for Learning 2010 # Name Explanation Web-address 1 Twitter Microblogging tool www.twitter.com 2 YouTube Video sharing site www.youtube.com 3 Google Docs Office collaboration suite www.google.com/docs  4 Delicious Social bookmarking tool www.delicious.com 5 Slideshare Hosting presentations www.slideshare.net 6 Skype Instant messaging/VoIP www.skype.com 9 Facebook Social networking site www.facebook.com 14 Blogger Blogging tool www.blogger.com 16 Wikipedia Collaborative encyclopedia www.wikipedia.com 17 Wikispaces Wiki tool www.wikispaces.com 31 Gmail Web-based email www.gmail.com 33 PBworks (prev PBwiki Wiki tool www.pbworks.com 54 Scribd Document hosting/sharing www.scribd.com
  • 6. Social networks • www.odnoklasniki.ru • www.vkontakte.ru • www.facebook.com • www.twitter.com
  • 7. Google account • www.gmail.com • Blogger • Google Friend Connect • iGoogle • Reader • Talk • YouTube • Web-album Picasa • Googls-docs • Calendars • Maps • Books • Sites • Translator
  • 8. www.delicious.com Keep, share, and discover the best of the Web using Delicious, the world's leading social bookmarking service. You need Yahoo account
  • 9. Websites to explore • Listening (student resource) • Randall's Cyber Listening Lab: http://www.esl-lab.com/ This is one of the few websites that includes pre-, during, and post- activities. It's organized by topic and level. Students might be able to use this on their own at advanced levels, but beginners and intermediate students would do best with guidance. • Listening RealEnglish video - advanced; multiple dialects. This is authentic speech by a variety of native and non-native speakers, so it's best for high intermediate and advanced students. A teacher could bring it into any class to demonstrate, however. http://www.real-english.com/reo/1/unit1.html • www.123listening.com • http://www.dreamenglish.com/freechants
  • 10. http://www.esl-lab.com/
  • 11. • Pronunciation • Pronunciation links (student and teacher resources) http://www.uoregon.edu/~dhealey/138/pronlinks. html • Pronunciation Tips from the BBC - exercises, videos, quizzes. This works best with teacher guidance. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglis h/grammar/pron/ Websites to explore
  • 12. • Speaking • Best Sites to Practice Speaking English (Larry Ferlazzo) - high use of tech. The teacher should go through these to decide which ones are appropriate for his/her students. It is a teacher site, not a student site. http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2008/03/17/the- best-sites-to-practice-speaking-english/ • http://www.fotobabble.com/ Websites to explore
  • 13. Welcome to the English speaking club for teachers

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