ESL 2.0 - Web Tools for English Language Learners

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  • Websites with culturally relevant texts (high-interest: pop culture, music, sports) to help with english language development
  • Websites with culturally relevant texts (high-interest: pop culture, music, sports) to help with english language development
  • Websites with culturally relevant texts (high-interest: pop culture, music, sports) to help with english language development
  • Websites with culturally relevant texts (high-interest: pop culture, music, sports) to help with english language development
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  • ESL 2.0 - Web Tools for English Language Learners

    1. 1. ESL 2.0 - Web Tools for English Language Learners Arturo Guajardo Austin ISD
    2. 2. Shift Happens
    3. 3. Shift Happens Student Population→ ELLs
    4. 4. Shift Happens ESL TEKS → ELPS
    5. 5. According to the ELPS instruction delivered in English should be “linguistically accommodated”
    6. 6. According to the ELPS ELL instruction should occur in "all content areas" and focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing
    7. 7. The Good News... Web tools can help!
    8. 8. BIG IDEAS
    9. 9. instruction should be “linguistically accommodated” Introduction
    10. 10. instruction should be “linguistically accommodated” Web tools can be used to provide scaffolds for Introduction English Language Learners.
    11. 11. instruction should focus on your content plus listening, speaking, reading and writing Introduction
    12. 12. instruction should focus on your content plus listening, speaking, reading and writing Web tools can be used to create authentic Introduction opportunities to apply English language skills.
    13. 13. Shift Happens Traditional ESL Instruction → ESL 2.0
    14. 14. ESL Instruction Web Tools ESL 2.0 “Web 2.0”
    15. 15. BIG IDEAS
    16. 16. instruction should be “linguistically accommodated” Web tools can be used to provide scaffolds for Introduction English Language Learners.
    17. 17. 1. Use Firefox Add-ons
    18. 18. TheFreeDictionary.com
    19. 19. Hyperwords.net
    20. 20. VozMe.com vozMe
    21. 21. 2. Get Your Message on The Web
    22. 22. Blogger.com
    23. 23. ePals.com
    24. 24. PBWorks.com
    25. 25. WikiSpaces.com
    26. 26. Ning.com
    27. 27. SlideShare.com
    28. 28. SchoolTube.com
    29. 29. 3. Find media that supports your content
    30. 30. Flickr.com
    31. 31. DiscoveryStreaming.com
    32. 32. iTunes Store
    33. 33. SchoolTube.com
    34. 34. http://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/
    35. 35. LibriVox.org Gutenberg.org Audio Books eBooks (text)
    36. 36. Posterous.com
    37. 37. BIG IDEAS
    38. 38. instruction should focus on your content plus listening, speaking, reading and writing Web tools can be used to create authentic Introduction opportunities to apply English language skills.
    39. 39. 4. Provide authentic opportunities to apply English language skills- Listening & Speaking
    40. 40. Audacity
    41. 41. Gcast.com
    42. 42. Ipod Touch
    43. 43. VoiceThread.com
    44. 44. Skype.com
    45. 45. Ustream.tv
    46. 46. 5. Provide authentic opportunities to apply English language skills- Reading and Writing
    47. 47. ePals.com
    48. 48. PBWorks.com
    49. 49. Ning.com
    50. 50. Glogster.com/edu
    51. 51. Vocaroo.com
    52. 52. Imagine: A sports team that could practice but was never allowed to play a game.
    53. 53. Imagine: A drama class or band that could rehearse but never allowed to perform for an audience.
    54. 54. My Challenge Create a learning environment that is challenging, social and meaningful where ELLs can practice real communication.
    55. 55. EduEse.com aguajard@austinisd.org

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