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Blended E-Learning in the Language Classroom - MAIS Presentation Part 1

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Blended E-Learning in the Language Classroom - MAIS Presentation Part 1

  1. 1. BLENDED E-LEARNING IN THE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM By: Sandra Costa & Victoria Sousa
  2. 2. Blended Learning
  3. 3. What’s new in Blended Learning?
  4. 4. Why Use Blended Learning?
  5. 5. Teacher’s Role
  6. 6. Student’s Role
  7. 7. What is Moodle?
  8. 8. Moodle Feature: Glossary ● similar to an online dictionary where information can be added by the teacher or the student ● new vocabulary, definitions, etc. ● games can be created to reinforce student learning
  9. 9. Moodle Feature: Games
  10. 10. GAMES Hangman + Crossword + snakes and ladders, etc.
  11. 11. Moodle Feature: Book ● create stories with chapters ● create vocabulary books with A-Z chapters
  12. 12. Moodle Feature: Choice
  13. 13. Choice
  14. 14. Choice
  15. 15. Moodle Feature: Assignment
  16. 16. Assignment
  17. 17. Moodle Feature: Quiz ● create your own quizzes ● import quizzes (e.g. using HotPotatoes)
  18. 18. Moodle Feature: Reports • • shows student logs and performance allows the teacher to determine whether the goals have been met
  19. 19. Other Moodle Features • create ePortfolios: great to keep student work (Glossary) • link/embed digital tools using html code (e.g. Voki, Vocaroo, Youtube videos, etc.)
  20. 20. References • Warth, C. Using Moodle for Language Teaching. Available: • Marsh, D. Blended Learning-Creating Learning Opportunities for Language Learners. Cambridge: University Press. • Zsolt, T. & . István. Moodle and social constructivism. 2008. University of West Hungary.
  21. 21. Link to Part 2

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