ICT Applied to English Teaching- 2010Unit 4Assignment N° 4: Web 2.0 Applied to English TeachingDue date: November 6h 2012O...
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Assignment n 4 2012

  1. 1. ICT Applied to English Teaching- 2010Unit 4Assignment N° 4: Web 2.0 Applied to English TeachingDue date: November 6h 2012Objectives: - To start a blog or wiki where to publish different parts of the assignment (It may also be used as PLE) - To design ELT activities which involve the application of different Web 2.0 tools. - To apply self-assessment and peer-assessment techniques.TASKS: (INDIVIDUAL) - Choose one of the alternative blog or wiki builders to start your own site. Publish a first port stating the purpose of the creation of that site (Include images) - Choose between 7 and 10 of the suggested Web 2.0 tools and start an account. Create your own sample production which may later be used as examples for your students to see. (Make sure they are tools where users have to create something themselves) - Choose 4 of the websites you have tested which you think your students could use. Write a description of the website, state what you can do with it and how. Also explain why you find it useful. - Complete the table in Google docs with your name and the sites you have chosen (No more than 3 people may choose the same site). https://docs.google.com/document/edit?Paula Ledesma – UTN 2012
  2. 2. id=1okmj6SjfhW65GKoctMGxS2mZM2XTSkSr-8e49nIWO- s&hl=en&authkey=CJPRzb8E - Publish your description and your sample productions in your blog or wiki using a different entry (blog) or new page (wiki) for each tool. - Design an activity for your students to apply each of the tools you have chosen. Write a first draft in a Word document. - Post a new entry (blog) or create a new page (wiki) for each of the activities you have designed Write the complete instructions to your activities including the evaluation criteria in your blog or wiki. Accompany your instructions with images and include a link to the page where the site descriptions and sample productions were published. - Post a link to your blog or wiki in your Network Profile and invite your peer reviewers to send their feedback (October 30th in class) - Upload your work in Word to campus (Remember to include the link to your site) - Finally, write your self-assessment in the Network. I hope you enjoy it!Paula Ledesma – UTN 2012

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