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Web2.0 Technologies and Second/Foreign Language Teaching and Learning Web2.0 Technologies and Second/Foreign Language Teaching and Learning Presentation Transcript

  • 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)
  • Web2.0 Technologies • Twitter: strong networking but with no video • Seesmic: with video but not private • Ning: private and with video • Etherpad: synchronous collaborative editing (Other Web2.0 technologies mentioned in this workshop: Wikispaces, Slideshare, Delicious, Survey Monkey)
  • 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
  • Twitter www.twitter.com • Twitter: – Social-networking – Micro-blogging (140 characters) • Twitter in FLL/ESL: – Communication tool among people in the class • Course management • Instructional materials
  • Twitter: Demonstration of the first three face-to- face classes of a foreign/second language course Class 1 -Introduction: Syllabus -Twitter Homework 1 (Due: Class 2) Class 2 -Twitter Homework 2 (Due: Class 3) Class 3 -Twitter Homework 3
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Twitter: Breakdown Username “Home”
  • Twitter: Breakdown This part works like INBOX
  • Twitter: Breakdown 2 followers When Gyutaro1 says something publicly, it will go to the followers’ Homes.
  • Twitter: Breakdown Gyutaro1 follows 5 people. When any of them writes a line publicly, it will come to Gyutaro’s Home (here).
  • Twitter: Breakdown Everyone’s messages are viewable here.
  • 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
  • Advantages 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.) • Twitter increases communication. • Twitter poll and Twitpic expand the use.
  • Disadvantages • Cannot post video.
  • Give Shigetake Advice at the Wiki page: http://shigetake.wikispaces.com
  • Seesmic • Video version of Twitter • Advantages: – Easy – Teacher can provide visual and auditory information for students after the class. • Disadvantages: – Public www.seesmic.com
  • Ning • Advantage: – Private social networking tool with video www.ning.com
  • Etherpad • Advantages – Synchronous – Collaboration – Easy (No log in needed) – Can be used with Instant Messenger (voice, video) www.etherpad.com