Blended Language Learning     Victor Gonzalez       Conference  21st November, NICE
Some images have been deleated to be posted  online because I used real examples from myclassrooms with pictures        of...
LET’S IMAGINE
You are
A SURGEON
A SURGEON in the 19th century
who travels
who travelsTo the FUTURE
You wouldn’t know  where to start
Right?
NOW IMAGINE
You are
A TEACHER
A TEACHERin the 19th century
who also travels
who also travels   To the FUTURE
You could probably do       your job    without major      problems.
Why haven’t wechanged so much?
When societyhas changedsignificantly?
Don’t we need this?
Instead of this?
Technology haschanged the way we   see the world
It is smaller
It isFaster
And in many ways...
...more efficient
Blended learning   could be the answer
But what is it?
B-learning  is a combination oftraditional learning and  computer-mediated       instruction
With Digital Natives
And New Millenium    Learners
But there is something       more...
But there is something       more...
In B-learning teachers    help, guide and  supervise students’         work
Freedom       +Being in control
So what should be the role of the student?
1They have to construct  their own learning
2 They have to beindependent and   self-reliant
3They have to be active and adapt fast to newforms of comunication
But how do we do all       this?
Creative Activities
PowepointPresentations can bevery poweful in class
Ground Control to   Major Tom                    David Bowie
Choose a song and make a video clip
And then share it
Make a poemand combine it with      music
Lady Hope
Shall I tell you a story?
Shall I tell you a story?      Lady Hope.
Shall I tell you a story?      Lady Hope.   A terrible One?
Shall I tell you a story?      Lady Hope.   A terrible One?      Your Story?
Lady Hope.
But I have to warn you.
But I have to warn you.  The Story isn’t fair.
But I have to warn you.      The Story isn’t fair.It’s about a girl with red hair.
Texto                 nt projects?       re stu  de•    Mo
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Wordle
Wordle
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Comics and Animations
Mashon comic creator
Colaborate and share
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Share knowledge   92
And experiences
And have endless possibilities
Some examples?
Some examples?                 96
Some examples?  A blog about curiosities                      96
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Food...    97
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or Social Issues          98
Blogs can also be a platform for their presentations
Or fieldtrips....
Or fieldtrips....
Organizeyourself asa teacher              102
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Students = Constructors of       knowledge
Active learners
Explorers
Participants
They are...
Self-Independent
Self-Reliant
Dynamic
Open to new forms of   comunication
In a mash-up culture
Within an interconnected Planet
You can also make your own free Teacher Blog
Organizeyourself asa teacher              118
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With your favorite links ,       activities
presentations
and pictures
And share them....
Space        126
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Yes...
Add your blog to your facebook            profile
Texto
And promote it Texto
then use it as a platform for your             lessons
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•Some more ideas?
•Post your lessons online
Crea
CreaCreate a Podcast
PODCASTING
PODCASTING
142
Create a Film   142
•And embed it in your blog
•And then...
145
Make use of free 3D   Applications
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Remember?
Yes, indeed. Endless possibilities...
Students can write directions and describe what they see
Keep in touch with other       teachers
Keep track of the latest projects
Read the right blogs
And remember
Blended learning is not about        Technology
It’s about making use of  technological devices
to be more creative in the classroom.
Thank you for listening
My Blog
http://exuc.wordpress.com/
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  • Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your class. So if you choose a topic with your students in class you can generate as many words as your students like and put them together.\n
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  • Podcasting: You just need to download a free multilingual audio editor and then create a podcast. A podcast is an audio digital file you can post in a blog and then download it as an MP3 file any time you want to listen to it. Many radio stations use podcasts, individuals, companies and of course also teachers. You can have an audio book, a short story, sporting event commentariers, class lectures, cooking recipes and an original radio program where the students can talk about their favourite music, films, actors, their own experiences or create their own original stories. \n\n
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  • Flash your media by creating slideshows, videoshows or personal jukeboxes!\n
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    1. 1. Blended Language Learning Victor Gonzalez Conference 21st November, NICE
    2. 2. Some images have been deleated to be posted online because I used real examples from myclassrooms with pictures of students
    3. 3. LET’S IMAGINE
    4. 4. You are
    5. 5. A SURGEON
    6. 6. A SURGEON in the 19th century
    7. 7. who travels
    8. 8. who travelsTo the FUTURE
    9. 9. You wouldn’t know where to start
    10. 10. Right?
    11. 11. NOW IMAGINE
    12. 12. You are
    13. 13. A TEACHER
    14. 14. A TEACHERin the 19th century
    15. 15. who also travels
    16. 16. who also travels To the FUTURE
    17. 17. You could probably do your job without major problems.
    18. 18. Why haven’t wechanged so much?
    19. 19. When societyhas changedsignificantly?
    20. 20. Don’t we need this?
    21. 21. Instead of this?
    22. 22. Technology haschanged the way we see the world
    23. 23. It is smaller
    24. 24. It isFaster
    25. 25. And in many ways...
    26. 26. ...more efficient
    27. 27. Blended learning could be the answer
    28. 28. But what is it?
    29. 29. B-learning is a combination oftraditional learning and computer-mediated instruction
    30. 30. With Digital Natives
    31. 31. And New Millenium Learners
    32. 32. But there is something more...
    33. 33. But there is something more...
    34. 34. In B-learning teachers help, guide and supervise students’ work
    35. 35. Freedom +Being in control
    36. 36. So what should be the role of the student?
    37. 37. 1They have to construct their own learning
    38. 38. 2 They have to beindependent and self-reliant
    39. 39. 3They have to be active and adapt fast to newforms of comunication
    40. 40. But how do we do all this?
    41. 41. Creative Activities
    42. 42. PowepointPresentations can bevery poweful in class
    43. 43. Ground Control to Major Tom David Bowie
    44. 44. Choose a song and make a video clip
    45. 45. And then share it
    46. 46. Make a poemand combine it with music
    47. 47. Lady Hope
    48. 48. Shall I tell you a story?
    49. 49. Shall I tell you a story? Lady Hope.
    50. 50. Shall I tell you a story? Lady Hope. A terrible One?
    51. 51. Shall I tell you a story? Lady Hope. A terrible One? Your Story?
    52. 52. Lady Hope.
    53. 53. But I have to warn you.
    54. 54. But I have to warn you. The Story isn’t fair.
    55. 55. But I have to warn you. The Story isn’t fair.It’s about a girl with red hair.
    56. 56. Texto nt projects? re stu de• Mo
    57. 57. 78
    58. 58. 79
    59. 59. 80
    60. 60. Wordle
    61. 61. Wordle
    62. 62. 82
    63. 63. 83
    64. 64. Comics and Animations
    65. 65. Mashon comic creator
    66. 66. Colaborate and share
    67. 67. 92
    68. 68. Share knowledge 92
    69. 69. And experiences
    70. 70. And have endless possibilities
    71. 71. Some examples?
    72. 72. Some examples? 96
    73. 73. Some examples? A blog about curiosities 96
    74. 74. 97
    75. 75. Food... 97
    76. 76. 98
    77. 77. or Social Issues 98
    78. 78. Blogs can also be a platform for their presentations
    79. 79. Or fieldtrips....
    80. 80. Or fieldtrips....
    81. 81. Organizeyourself asa teacher 102
    82. 82. 103
    83. 83. 104
    84. 84. Students = Constructors of knowledge
    85. 85. Active learners
    86. 86. Explorers
    87. 87. Participants
    88. 88. They are...
    89. 89. Self-Independent
    90. 90. Self-Reliant
    91. 91. Dynamic
    92. 92. Open to new forms of comunication
    93. 93. In a mash-up culture
    94. 94. Within an interconnected Planet
    95. 95. You can also make your own free Teacher Blog
    96. 96. Organizeyourself asa teacher 118
    97. 97. 119
    98. 98. 120
    99. 99. With your favorite links , activities
    100. 100. presentations
    101. 101. and pictures
    102. 102. And share them....
    103. 103. Space 126
    104. 104. 127
    105. 105. 128
    106. 106. Yes...
    107. 107. Add your blog to your facebook profile
    108. 108. Texto
    109. 109. And promote it Texto
    110. 110. then use it as a platform for your lessons
    111. 111. 134
    112. 112. •Some more ideas?
    113. 113. •Post your lessons online
    114. 114. Crea
    115. 115. CreaCreate a Podcast
    116. 116. PODCASTING
    117. 117. PODCASTING
    118. 118. 142
    119. 119. Create a Film 142
    120. 120. •And embed it in your blog
    121. 121. •And then...
    122. 122. 145
    123. 123. Make use of free 3D Applications
    124. 124. 147
    125. 125. 148
    126. 126. Remember?
    127. 127. Yes, indeed. Endless possibilities...
    128. 128. Students can write directions and describe what they see
    129. 129. Keep in touch with other teachers
    130. 130. Keep track of the latest projects
    131. 131. Read the right blogs
    132. 132. And remember
    133. 133. Blended learning is not about Technology
    134. 134. It’s about making use of technological devices
    135. 135. to be more creative in the classroom.
    136. 136. Thank you for listening
    137. 137. My Blog
    138. 138. http://exuc.wordpress.com/
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