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  • Electronic Communication Teachers should discuss the chatting. Pros of Chatting Instant Fast Accurate Cons of Chatting Misunderstanding due to not hearing a persons tone or domineer Other people could be watching Can’t type all you want to say Types of Chat Internet Relay Chat, (or IRC for short) individual web page chat rooms Most chat rooms are mainly for entertainment and have little or no educational value There are different levels of supervision in chat rooms: open rooms with no one supervising electronic monitors that scan conversations for specific words and then issue automated warnings if they come across inappropriate language. Other sites have leaders who guide the discussion, or monitors who preview what people write before anyone else gets to see it. If people misbehave, these monitors or leaders can give them a warning or kick them out. The Great News In well-monitored chat rooms you can meet people from around the world who share your interests in a safe and non-harassing environment. You can communicate directly with people you might not otherwise be in touch with: teachers, community leaders, or experts. You can participate in an online community where you're not judged based on how you look. The Not So Great News Chat room discussions may become sexual or violent, or they may promote hate against others. Because some people feel totally anonymous in chat rooms, they believe they can act any way they want. Girls in particular may receive crude or sexual comments. Chat rooms are cruising grounds for pedophiles and other predators who want to make contact with young people. Because kids feel anonymous when chatting online they are more likely to speak honestly and conversations can quickly become intimate. Online relationships with strangers in chat rooms can lead to you being cyberstalked, sent pornography, or pressured to arrange a real-world meeting. You could become involved in risk-taking activities. Some older kids deliberately participate in online flirting or sexual chat. Chat room participants can end up hurting others. "Flaming," where you make personal insults or disrespect a person, is common in chat rooms. This information and more was found at: http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/resources/special_initiatives/wa_resources/wa_teachers/are_you_web_aware/web_aware_chat.cfm
  • Electronic Communication
  • Electronic Communication Use the questions on the slide to bring about discussion in the classroom and get students to explain to others how blogs work?
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  • Electronic Communication Teachers need to install iTunes on one of you computers for demo purposes. Pause the presentation… Open iTunes Click the Music Store Click the PodCasts Most All PodCasts are free to download. You do not have to have an iPod or MP3 player to listen or view a pod cast. Just subscribe and the PodCast will download and you can show it on your computer. Ask the students if they have a iPod or MP3 player. I am sure they do. Ask them if they have downloaded any PodCasts. Click or search for the PodCast of your Choice (I suggest the Princeton Review Vocab Minute) Click subscribe and it will download. Click the play to play the PodCast. NOTE: There are plenty of schools that do weekly PodCasts of their announcements for the week. NOTE#2: Also there are plenty of PodCasts that could add to your class or someone elses such as the Princeton Review Vocab Minute. This goes over Vocabulary in one minute each day. Great for English or even Journals in Business Classes. Alternatives include NPR podcasts shows at http://www.podcastingnews.com/forum/link_255.htm
  • Electronic Communication
  • Electronic Communication Use the questions on the slide to bring about discussion in the classroom and get students to explain to others how they have used discussion boards.
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  • Electronic Communication
      • 2.01: Recall components of electronic communication.
    Slide
  • Types of Electronic Communication
    • Chatting
    • Blogs
    • Podcasting
    • Discussion Boards
    • Text Messaging
    • E-mail
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Chat
    • Talking in real-time to other network users from all parts of the world.
      • What are the pros and cons of chatting?
      • What are the types of chats?
      • What are the examples of various chat programs?
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
    • Web logs or blogs are web-based journals.
    • Often used by individuals or groups to maintain a record of thoughts, pictures, and interests.
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Blogs
    • Have you ever responded to a blog?
    • If so what was the topic?
    • Was it easy?
    • How did it work?
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Podcasting
    • A method of publishing files to the Internet, allowing users to subscribe to a feed and receive new files automatically by subscription, usually at no cost.
    • Used largely for audio files.
    • Podcasts can be audio or video.
    • Podcasting does not require a media player.
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Podcasting
    • Examples of podcasts available on iTunes
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Discussion Boards or Forums
    • An online bulletin board where users can receive feedback from posted messages
    • Two types of discussion boards:
      • Moderated
        • An administrator or moderator ensure the discussion stays on topic and conforms to netiquette rules
      • Unmoderated
        • No administrator or moderator, which may allow discussion to degenerate
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Discussion Boards/Forums
    • Who has used a discussion board?
    • What topic were you discussing?
    • Did you find out what you were looking for or what you wanted from the discussion?
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • Text Messaging
    • Sending short text messages to a device such as a cell phone or pager
    • Used for messages that are no longer than a few hundred characters
    • Usually applied to messaging that takes place between two or more mobile devices
    • Listen to the Podcast by Grammar Girl about text messaging http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/text-messaging-grammar.aspx
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide
  • e-Mail
    • The electronic exchange of messages and computer files between computers that are connected to the Internet or some other computer network.
    2.01 Recall components of electronic communication. Slide