of October 2010
Hadiach school #4
for learning and teaching
listening and speaking"
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.
4. Using technologies at the
lessons of English.
Work in pairs and tell about
your partner’s experience in
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
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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.
11. • Pronunciation
• Pronunciation links (student and teacher
• Pronunciation Tips from the BBC - exercises,
videos, quizzes. This works best with teacher
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.
Websites to explore
13. Welcome to the
club for teachers