Cepa 2014 face to face class by Mady Casco

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Cepa 2014 face to face class by Mady Casco

  1. 1. From EFL teacher to EFL material designer in the “Word Processor”, “Power Point” and “You Tube” era.Designed by Mady Casco Tutor: Fabricio Costa
  2. 2. @ Analysis of the title
  3. 3. @ What is ICT?
  4. 4. @ What is Multimedia?
  5. 5. @ What is TPACK?
  6. 6. @ Sample Class
  7. 7. From EFL teacher to EFL material designer in the “Word Processor”, “Power Point” and “You Tube” era.
  8. 8. What is ICT?
  9. 9. Information Communications Technology/ies
  10. 10. ICT is an umbrella term that includes radio, television, cellular phones, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems, videoconferencing and distance learning. Source: http://searchcio-midmarket.techtarget.com/definition/ICT  
  11. 11. What is Multimedia?
  12. 12. “Multimedia involves the convergence of text, audio, sound, still pictures, animation and video into a single presentation.” Shrum & Glisan,2010:457 Shrum, J. & Glisan, E. (2010). Teacher´s Handbook. Contextualized Language Instruction. Cengage Learning.
  13. 13. @The EFL teacher & the new technologies
  14. 14. Punya Mishra & Matthew Koehler Michigan State University
  15. 15. Dr Punya Mishra
  16. 16. Punya Mishra & Matthew Koehler
  17. 17. TPACK •Technological •Pedagogical •Content •Knowledge
  18. 18. TPACK Chapter 1 ”TPACK is a framework for teacher knowledge for technology integration. We argue that the development of TPACK by teachers is critical to effective teaching with technology.” Misrha, P. & Koehler, M. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A Framework for Teacher Knowledge. Teacher College Record. Volume 108, Number 6, June 2006, pp.1017-1054. Columbia University.
  19. 19. TPACK ”Teaching is a highly complex activity that draws on many kinds of knowledge.” Misrha, P. & Koehler, M. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A Framework for Teacher Knowledge. Teacher College Record. Volume 108, Number 6, June 2006, pp.1017-1054. Columbia University.
  20. 20. TPACK Quality teaching requires:
  21. 21. TPACK Content Knowledge
  22. 22. TPACK Pedagogical Knowledge
  23. 23. TPACK Technological Knowledge
  24. 24. TPACK emphasizes the complex interplay of the three bodies of knowledge.
  25. 25. TPACK ”We argue that the complexity of developing and applying TPACK suggests that a greater emphasis should be placed on the idea of teachers as curriculum designers.” Koehler,M. & Mishra, P. (2008:3)
  26. 26. From EFL teacher to EFL material designer in the “Word Processor” and “You Tube” Era 30-hour course 15 teachers with netbooks/notebooks
  27. 27. Pedagogical Knowledge From EFL teacher to EFL material designer in the “Word Processor” and “You Tube” Era
  28. 28. Pedagogical & Content Knowledge Technological Knowledge
  29. 29. TPACK ”We view the teacher as an autonomous agent with the power to significantly influence the appropriate (or inappropriate) integration of technology in teaching.” Koehler,M. & Mishra, P. (2008:3)
  30. 30. From EFL teacher to EFL material designer in the “Word Processor” and “You Tube” Era
  31. 31. Assignment “Create a 3-class topic-based project integrating the new technologies you consider appropriate.”
  32. 32. Sample Class Part 1
  33. 33. Level?
  34. 34. Teacher´s Resources?
  35. 35. Teacher´s Resources?
  36. 36. Learners´Resources at Home
  37. 37. William Shakespeare and his Times
  38. 38. Queen Elizabeth I
  39. 39. My father was Henry VIII.
  40. 40. “I am younger than William Shakespeare.”
  41. 41. “I am a Catholic.”
  42. 42. “William Shakespeare was my boyfriend.”
  43. 43. Elizabeth I is considered one of the most popular monarchs of England. She was born in 1533 and died in 1603. She came to the throne in 1558, six years before Shakespeare was born. She became queen when she was 25 years old. Her mother was Anne Boleyn and her father was Henry VIII. When Elizabeth was only two years old her mother was beheaded at the Tower of London. Elizabeth received a formal education. This was very unusual for her time because girls did not go to school. Elizabeth studied subjects such as mathematics, history, geography and astronomy. She was a very special queen. She was very clever and was very good at public speaking. She was very talented and could speak several languages. She loved sports especially riding and hunting. She also loved to dance, play musical instruments and the theatre. Shakespeare´s theatre group performed for her. She watched two of Shakespeare ´s plays, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Love Labor´s Lost. Many of Shakespeare´s plays were not written until after her death. Elizabeth was queen of England for 45 years. Although she never married, she had many suitors. The Earl of Leicester was his favourite one. It is said that when she died she was holding his last letter.
  44. 44. Pizzorno, C. (2007): The Life and Times of Shakespeare. Black Cat.
  45. 45. Pizzorno, C. (2007): The Life and Times of Shakespeare. Black Cat.
  46. 46. Pizzorno, C. (2007): The Life and Times of Shakespeare. Black Cat.
  47. 47. My father was Henry VIII.
  48. 48. My father was Henry VIII.
  49. 49. “I am younger than William Shakespeare.”
  50. 50. “I am a Catholic.”
  51. 51. •Date of birth & death? •Place of birth? •The Globe? •Number of sonnets? •Number of plays? •Anne Hathaway? •Children? •Style? •Famous works? •Sonnet 18?
  52. 52. •Date of birth & death? •Place of birth? •The Globe? •Number of sonnets? •Number of plays? •Anne Hathaway? •Children? •Style? •Famous works? •Sonnet 18?
  53. 53. •Date of birth & death? •Place of birth? •The Globe? •Number of sonnets? •Number of plays? •Anne Hathaway? •Children? •Style? •Famous works? •Sonnet 18?
  54. 54. What have we done in the sample class?
  55. 55. Musical Clue
  56. 56. Musical Clue
  57. 57. Musical Clue Video Clip 1
  58. 58. Musical Clue Video Clip 1
  59. 59. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKhsbpDHfSo
  60. 60. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic
  61. 61. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic
  62. 62. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic
  63. 63. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2
  64. 64. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Video Clip 2 Introd. of Topic
  65. 65. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwSqW_19vLo
  66. 66. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2 Elizabeth 1 prediction
  67. 67. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 prediction
  68. 68. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap
  69. 69. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap
  70. 70. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1
  71. 71. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Elizabeth I is considered one of the most popular monarchs of England. She was born in 1533 and died in 1603. She came to the throne in 1558, six years before Shakespeare was born. She became queen when she was 25 years old. Her mother was Anne Boleyn and her father was Henry VIII. When Elizabeth was only two years old her mother was beheaded at the Tower of London. Elizabeth received a formal education. This was very unusual for her time because girls did not go to school. Elizabeth studied subjects such as mathematics, history, geography and astronomy. Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1
  72. 72. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Listening
  73. 73. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Listening
  74. 74. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Listening & Song
  75. 75. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Listening & Song
  76. 76. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BegQ3WOgFhM
  77. 77. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Listening & Song Shakespeare
  78. 78. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 1 Listening & Song Shakespeare
  79. 79. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2 Listening Shakespeare Video Clip 3
  80. 80. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2 Listening Shakespeare Video Clip 3
  81. 81. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjGkjFNayoM
  82. 82. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2 Listening Shakespeare Video Clip 3
  83. 83. Application of MULTIMEDIA Part 1
  84. 84. Have we included MULTIMEDIA?
  85. 85. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2 Listening Shakespeare Video Clip 3
  86. 86. incorporating 2 or + of MULTIMEDIA
  87. 87. Musical Clue Video Clip 1 Elizabeth 1 predictionMap Reading Introd. of Topic Video Clip 2 Listening & Song Shakespeare Video Clip 3
  88. 88. What has MULTIMEDIA been used for?
  89. 89. • To provide visual input • To provide LINGUISTIC input • To engage learners
  90. 90. How did we do it?
  91. 91. We used Power Point.
  92. 92. We inserted • Pictures
  93. 93. We inserted • Pictures • Bubbles
  94. 94. We inserted • Audio files MP3
  95. 95. We inserted • Video files AVIWMV
  96. 96. Recommended Bibliography & Webliography
  97. 97. Recommended sites & videos http://www.tpack.com http://edt514tpack.wikispaces.com http://punya.educ.msu.edu/ http://teachertrainingvideos.com Punya Mishra: Conference in Hong Kong 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bwXYa91fvQ Punya Mishra & Mathew Koehler Teachers as Designers of Content, Technology and Pedagogy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNoijjIrPT8

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