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CALL developments presented at final meeting of Etalage project in Budapest Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Task-supported language teaching E G LA TA 4E C LL TE & technology-enhanced learning ETALAGE Project Meeting Budapest 2011 Ton Koenraad (TELLConsult)
  • 2. Overview TE 4E C LL SLA & Criteria for activities Task phases & technology G LA TA Tech examples & trends E Resources 4 CALL-related Professional Development
  • 3. Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Education 1990 - 2011 MFL methodology, in-service training e-Projects manager, ICT-Coordinator E G LA TA 4E C LL TE 2005 2009 KnowledgeBase-ICT
  • 4. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 5. TELLConsult E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 6. www.koenraad.info / TELLConsult Tools, CoP, Activity design, Teacher Ed., TE The TalenQuest Consortium Research iTILT EU-projects: LL www.talenquest.nl www.micall.net 4E C E-CLIL CATS Project NIFLAR E www.lquest.net G LA TA Council of Europe 3D ViTAAL
  • 7. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 8. Criteria for learning activities (FLIRT) E – Reading / listening / watching – Interest / age / etc. – Register / type of language G LA • Rich variety TA know) 4E C LL TE • Functional (serves a purpose, leads to something) • Lifelike / Current • Informative (contains information the learner would like to • Tempting (i.e. in the zone of proximal development) (Westhoff, 2006)
  • 9. Processing Processing CONTENT Being exposed to STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES FORM TA 4E (i + 1) (i + 1) Processing Processing C INPUT LL TE Receptive Receptive Productive Productive G LA OUPUT Production E PENTA-PIE for Nutritious SLA activities Westhoff, 2002; 2008 Combining Applying CHUNKS RULES
  • 10. Computer function Content provision E G LA TA 4E C LL TE Learner activity Accessing input Application type WWW, CD/DVD etc
  • 11. Content Provision E G LA TA 4E C LL TE WWW-pages, YouTube, Flickr. PPT, Text files, IWB, Film/Video Interactive fiction, Audio Mazes
  • 12. Learner activity Computer function Application type Accessing input Content provision WWW, CD/DVD etc LL TE Input Translation, modification Glosses, (i + 1) STT, Audio/Video Annotation E G LA TA 4E C Processing content
  • 13. Support 4 content processing E G LA TA 4E C LL TE ETALAGE: Online Dictionary, Vocab Guide
  • 14. Support 4 content processing (2) Link E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 15. Web as Corpus / Adaptive Software E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 16. Smart Newsreader application TE • Generating tasks TA • Monitor usage 4E C LL – Cloze, drag and drop, dictate, open questions • Give feedback • Update model of the user E G LA – Words read, help asked, task results – Proficiencies, preferences, interests
  • 17. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 18. Computer function Application type Accessing input Content provision WWW, CD/DVD etc Processing content Input modification Translation, Glosses, TTS, Video Annotation Provision of information, automated extercises + feedback Tutorials, Pronunciation & Vocab trainer, Drill & Practice E G LA TA 4E C Language focus work, revision & consolidation LL TE Learner activity
  • 19. Dedicated software & applications E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 20. Authoring tools E G LA TA 4E C LL TE ETALAGE: PPT MultiMedia Exercise Generators
  • 21. LMS / VLE + MFL plug-ins E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 22. Open Educational Resources (OER) E G LA TA 4E C LL TE LINGUA@NET
  • 23. Computer function Application type Accessing input Content provision WWW, CD/DVD etc Processing content Input modification Translation, Glosses, TTS, Video Annotation Provision of instruction, feedback Tutorials, Pronunciation & Vocab trainer, Drill Communication mediation, Construction tools E G LA TA Producing output 4E C LL Language focus work, revision & consolidation TE Learner activity E-mail, conferencing, voice + text chat, writing tools (gram + spelcheckers & templates, 3D
  • 24. WebSwami for oral/aural skills E G LA TA 4E C Websitemaker, Wordprocessor, Moviemaker, Video / Audiorecorder, E-Mail, Skype LL TE ETALAGE:
  • 25. Oral practice & asynchronous communication E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 26. Oral synchronous communication E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 27. Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) E G LA TA 4E C LL TE APPS for: -Dictionaries -Vocab development (flashcards) -Games -Grammar-focus -Listening -Reading (Literature) -Text comprehension -Access to LMS (Moodle, courseware)
  • 28. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 29. 3 D worlds for cultural info and ICC competence development through encounters and events E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 30. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 31. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE Simulations for practice and assessment of oral skills Chatterdale
  • 32. Learner activity Computer function Application type Accessing input Content provision WWW, CD/DVD etc TE Processing content Input modification Translation, Glosses, TTS, Video Annotation 4E C LL Provision of instruction, feedback Tutorials, Pronunciation & Vocab trainer, Drill Producing output Communication mediation, Construction tools Providing evidence of progress & skill acquisition File management of user generated content, Automation of testing process E-mail, conferencing, chat, writing tools, 3D, Templates E G LA TA Language focus work, revision & consolidation Portfolio, Test systems
  • 33. Portfolio & Testing systems E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 34. Support for managing extensive reading E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 35. The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION The teacher LL TE 4E C •New roles and competences: E G LA TA – curriculum trajectory design – (e)materials design – ict tools selection –open classroom moderation
  • 36. E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 37. Telecollaboration E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 38. Which technologies for which activities? 4E C LL TE Instant messenger SYNCHRONOUS Community platforms VoIP Conference rooms webcam MUVE 3D Worlds folksonomies photoblogs foaf blogs Mailing lists E vlogs G LA email WEBCAST TA PEER TO PEER CMS podcasts ASYNCHRONOUS PLE forums wikis Credits: B.Dieu
  • 39. Resources: Books & Websites E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 40. Journals on CALL Practice & Research E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 41. Communities of Practice (CoPs) E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 42. EUROCALL E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 43. Personal Learning Network (PLN): Sharing Interests & Resource Finds E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 44. Word Cloud (Wordle) E G LA TA 4E C LL TE
  • 45. TA 4E C LL TE Thank you for your attention! Any questions? E G LA Ton Koenraad www.koenraad.info TELLConsult www.tellconsult.eu