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  • 1. Chat has enormouspotential to link students around the worldin real time.
  • 2. TYPES OF CHAT
  • 3. Text chat
  • 4. Audio chat
  • 5. Public chat
  • 6. Privacy chat
  • 7. Educational chats Informative or Free topic academic chats chatsCollaborative, t Practice ask-oriented chats chats
  • 8. Chat programs
  • 9. Why use chat in language teaching?
  • 10. Does using text or voice chat with learners improve their English?What kind of English should learners use in chat? What technical skills do teachers and learners need to be able to use chat?
  • 11. What benefits does the use of chat bring to the classroom?Is it better to use text or voice chat with learners?
  • 12. How to start using text or voice chat with learners?Step 1 - install and learn to use the software Step 2 - A practice chat classStep 3 - Contact with another class
  • 13. How to structure a text or voice chat lesson?
  • 14. The main content of the chat An introductory/warmer phase A Closing Stage
  • 15. A sample text chat lesson plan
  • 16. Before the class
  • 17. ClassroomManagement Issues
  • 18. During de class
  • 19. After de class
  • 20. Conclusion

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