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Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning
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Web20 Tech And Foreign Language Learning

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Also check three of my slides: …

Also check three of my slides:
1. http://www.slideshare.net/sushigu1/how-to-start-twitter-for-students
2. http://www.slideshare.net/sushigu1/how-to-follow-everyone-in-the-class-for-students
3. http://www.slideshare.net/sushigu1/how-to-start-twitter-for-teachers-easiest-way
(I need to revise the third one a bit.)

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  • 1. Workshop Use of Web2.0 Technologies to Teach Foreign/Second Languages Facilitated by Shigetake Ushigusa M.S. Student in Educational Technology sushigu1@purdue.edu Time: Tuesday, April 7th, 1 – 2 P.M. Place: Beering Hall 3288 (Computer Lab)
  • 2. Web2.0 Technologies • Twitter: strong networking but no video • Seesmic: video but not private • Ning: private (Wikispaces, Etherpad, Slideshare)
  • 3. back Wikipedia Definition: Web2.0 Technologies • A perceived 2nd generation of web development and design • Exist on the Internet • Features: Facilitated communication, secured information sharing, collaboration, … Retrieved on April 6th 2009 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0
  • 4. Twitter • Twitter: – Social-networking (Forum and one-to-one) – Micro-blogging (140 characters) • Twitter in FLL/ESL: – Communication tool among people in the class • Manage a course • Increase linguistic input and output
  • 5. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course --For the first time teacher user of Twitter-- Class 1 -Introduction: Syllabus -Twitter Homework 1 (Due: Class 2) Class 2 -Twitter Homework 2 (Due: Class 3) Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 6. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Syllabus statement of Twitter : Class 1 In this course, you will be expected -Introduction: Syllabus to use Twitter. It means that you will -Twitter Homework 1 (Due: Class 2) create your own Twitter account to communicate with the instructor Class 2 and other students throughout the -Twitter Homework 2 semester. (Due: Class 3) Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 7. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Syllabus statement of Twitter : Class 1 -Introduction: Syllabus How? -Twitter Homework 1 -Use a computer or mobile (Due: Class 2) phone -Log in Twitter at least once a day Class 2 -Twitter Homework 2 (Due: Class 3) Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 8. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Syllabus statement of Twitter : Class 1 -Introduction: Syllabus Why? -Twitter Homework 1 -Instructor’s posts: homework (Due: Class 2) assignments, hints for upcoming exams, changes of schedule, Class 2 today’s expression... -Twitter Homework 2 -Other students’ posts: (Due: Class 3) questions, comments, target language output Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 9. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Syllabus statement of Twitter : Class 1 -Introduction: Syllabus -Twitter Homework 1 Here are some manners and tips (Due: Class 2) regarding how to use Twitter: Class 2 (This part will be explained later) -Twitter Homework 2 (Due: Class 3) Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 10. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Class 1 Homework assignment: -Introduction: Syllabus Go to http://www.slideshare.net//... -Twitter Homework 1 and (Due: Class 2) open your Twitter account and Class 2 “Follow” the instructor. -Twitter Homework 2 (Due: Class 3) Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 11. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Class 1 Homework assignment: -Introduction: Syllabus -Twitter Homework 1 Go to http://www.slideshare.net/... (Due: Class 2) and “Follow” everyone in the class. Class 2 -Twitter Homework 2 The instructor will email you the (Due: Class 3) classmates’ email addresses. Use the addresses to follow them. Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 12. Twitter: Breakdown Username “Home”
  • 13. Twitter: Breakdown Still “Home”: This part works like INBOX
  • 14. Twitter: Breakdown Still “Home”: 2 followers When Gyutaro1 says something publicly, it will go to the followers’ Homes.
  • 15. Twitter: Breakdown Still “Home”: Gyutaro1 follows 5 people. When any of them writes a line publicly, it will come to Gyutaro’s Home (here).
  • 16. Twitter: Breakdown Still “Home”: This works like bookmark. Bookmark goodmessages Everyone’s posts so that youare viewabletheir Twitter will evaluate here. performances efficiently later.
  • 17. Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Class 1 Homework assignment: -Introduction: Syllabus -Twitter Homework 1 One half of the classmates will (Due: Class 2) receive someone’s name, and Class 2 will answer questions. The -Twitter Homework 2 other half will ask Yes/No (Due: Class 3) questions. Use your target foreign language to post Qs Class 3 and As. -Twitter Homework 3
  • 18. Positive things of using Twitter • Anonymity lowers affective filter and increases outputs. • Twitter can be used to provide “today’s expression!” in a daily flip calendar. • Twitter helps classroom management (reminders, schedule changes, etc.) • Students’ mobiles can be activated. • Authentic language input from people who speak the target language. (Or your previous student in study abroad) • Twitter poll and Twitpic expand the use.
  • 19. Negative things • Cannot post video.
  • 20. Seesmic • Video version of Twitter • Positive: – Easy – Teacher can provide visual and auditory information for students after the class. • Negative: – Public
  • 21. Ning • Private social networking tool with video
  • 22. Web2.0 Technologies • Twitter: strong networking but no video • Seesmic: video but not private • Ning: private (Wikispaces, Etherpad, Slideshare)
  • 23. Give Shigetake Advice at Wikipage
  • 24. Questions?

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