Marsden Intensive English Centre (IEC) is federally funded is in Marsden High School in West Ryde is one of 14 IEC’s in Sydney + IEHS is for beginner EALD (ESL) students only has class sizes up to a maximum of 18 has about 100 students – 12 to 18 years old has different outcomes and expectations to mainstream high school
Which Technology? Why? Engages students with open- ended questions, to help students reflect and question in a safe, supportive environment, provides storage for teaching activities so students can download and learn.
Which Technology? Why? Creates a stimulating, visual learning environment where ESL teaching stategies can be interactively used, allows for both group work and the individual has a gallery of editable activities.
Which Technology? Why? Is a bridge to gaining confidence in speaking, allows for students own voice or another voice.
Which Technology? Why? Provides opportunities for students to write collaboratively in real-time, allows students to ‘chat’ about their writing, allows teachers to view work, during or after real- time writing.
Which Technology? Why? Makes (flash) movies (of your monitor) which can be tailored for students, captures images.
Which Technology? Why? Makes movies of stills and video, with text enhances speaking, reading and writing.
Which Technology? Why? ESL-based learning tool, creates interactive clozes, matching and sequencing activities, quizes and crossword puzzles.
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Technology is effective when: outcomes are addressed, learning is engaging and well-structured, language acquisition and understanding is furthered through authentic tasks, tools are researched well, planned and integrated well into teaching and learning. Students take control of their own learning