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HOW CAN USE A HYPERTEXT,
HYPERMEDIA AND MULTIMEDIA
FOR IMPROVING THE LANGUAGE
SKILLS
By: Maicol Suntasig
HYPERTEXT
• Hypertext refers to links among textual items,
often indicated on a computer or website by key
words set in un...
Hypertext
 Hypertext is text which is not constrained to
be linear.
 Hypertext is text which contains links to
other tex...
HYPERMEDIA
• Hypermedia refers to similar links to
those used in hypertext, but instead of
simply linking text to text, hy...
Hypermedia
Differences in positions on computer intelligence are only
a matter of semantics. While we do not expect a comp...
MULTIMEDIA
• Multimedia tends to feature
several media types including
text, images, sound, video
and/or animations.
Multimedia
• Multimedia systems must be computer controlled.
• Multimedia systems are integrated.
• The information they h...
HIPERTEXT EXAMPLES:
• DEFINITION: Clic to read the definition
HYPERMEDIA Examples
• Click the picture to listen the
explosion
MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES
• Here is the video:
THE END
• Thank you
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How can use a hypertext, hypermedia and multimedia for improving the language skills

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Activity 1.3 Maicol Suntasig ESPE University
Here I present a summary of the chapter 3 and the characteristics of each media. Also I made examples with each one.

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How can use a hypertext, hypermedia and multimedia for improving the language skills

  1. 1. HOW CAN USE A HYPERTEXT, HYPERMEDIA AND MULTIMEDIA FOR IMPROVING THE LANGUAGE SKILLS By: Maicol Suntasig
  2. 2. HYPERTEXT • Hypertext refers to links among textual items, often indicated on a computer or website by key words set in underlined blue type, that, when highlighted by a pointer device (e.g. mouse, trackball, finger on a touch-sensitive screen) and selected or clicked, take the reader to the referent.
  3. 3. Hypertext  Hypertext is text which is not constrained to be linear.  Hypertext is text which contains links to other texts.  Hypertext and HyperMedia are concepts, not products.
  4. 4. HYPERMEDIA • Hypermedia refers to similar links to those used in hypertext, but instead of simply linking text to text, hypermedia involves linking various media, such as sound, images, animation and/or video. FOR example, a word or picture might have a link to a sound file giving its pronunciation.
  5. 5. Hypermedia Differences in positions on computer intelligence are only a matter of semantics. While we do not expect a computer to think and converse intelligently, it can have some features than appear to simulate intelligence.
  6. 6. MULTIMEDIA • Multimedia tends to feature several media types including text, images, sound, video and/or animations.
  7. 7. Multimedia • Multimedia systems must be computer controlled. • Multimedia systems are integrated. • The information they handle must be represented digitally. • The interface to the final presentation of media is usually interactive.
  8. 8. HIPERTEXT EXAMPLES: • DEFINITION: Clic to read the definition
  9. 9. HYPERMEDIA Examples • Click the picture to listen the explosion
  10. 10. MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES • Here is the video:
  11. 11. THE END • Thank you

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