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ES ELL Tech Integration with detailed information

  1. 1. +Tech Integrationin the Elementary School English Language Learners (ELL) Classroom Susan Weitzman-Trifman EdTech541 Fall 2011
  2. 2. + se TPACKU To Math Math Math understand, Content PCK Pedagogical plan and Knowledg Knowledge develop e (PK) technology Math (CK) TPCK enriched Math Math curriculum TCK TPK Math Technological Knowledge (TK)
  3. 3. Problem Statement+ Students need maximum exposure to books – both reading them and listening to them being read.
  4. 4. + singU the InternetIntegration Strategy “Interactive storybooks support language acquisition” (Roblyer and Doering, 2010, p.304) Photo used through Creative Commons from Pablo Lara H
  5. 5. Interactive Storybooks+Relative Advantage • Authentic language interaction in a less stressful environment • Readings can be individualized for varying language levels in a class • Students can adjust programs to meet their needs, i.e. read aloud or not, vocabulary help, etc.Photo used through Creative Commons from Callum MacDonald
  6. 6. Interactive Storybooks + Expected Outcomes • Students’ English listening, reading, vocabulary and comprehension levels improve • Students are motivated to continue reading in EnglishPhoto used through Creative Commons from Callum MacDonald
  7. 7. Interactive Storybooks+Resources & Links ABC Mouse Books and other activities for beginning readers. http://www.abcmouse.com/school#abc/bookshelf
  8. 8. Interactive Storybooks+Resources & Links Starfall This site’s systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awarenesspractice, is perfect for English language learners (ELL). http://www.starfall.com
  9. 9. Interactive Storybooks+Resources & Links PBS’s Between the Lions These folktales and fables are best for ELL students in Grades 2-5 http://pbskids.org/lions/stories
  10. 10. Interactive Storybooks+Resources & LinksMighty BooksThis site helps kidsdiscover the joy ofreading withhundreds ofanimated, read-aloud story booksand songs http://www.abcmouse.com/school#abc/bookshelf
  11. 11. Interactive Storybooks+Resources & Links Storyline Online This site is sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild. It features celebrities reading childrens books http://www.storylineonline.net aloud.
  12. 12. ProblemStatement+ roblem StatementP Students need tools to help them demonstrate their language skills.Photo used through Creative Commons from Coventry City Council
  13. 13. Tool Based Software+Integration Strategy “Presentation aids help...students demonstrate their range of language skills” (Roblyer andPhoto used through Creative Commons from Coventry City Council Doering, 2010, p.304)
  14. 14. Presentation Aids+Relative Advantage • Provides opportunities for students to listen, speak, read & write • Reduces student stress & helps them focus on presentations • Helps scaffold students’ language use • Easily shared with a widePhoto used through Creative Commons from Anthony Kelly audience
  15. 15. Presentation Aids+Expected Outcomes • Students learn effective language and presentation skills • Presentations are more understandable and interesting Photo used through Creative Commons from Anthony Kelly
  16. 16. Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Max Show (part of Max’s Toolbox) and Scholastic KeysSimplified versions of Powerpoint for younger ELL students http://www.maxstoolbox.com/En- http://www.tomsnyder.com/products/product.a Au/Educators/Pages/Home.aspx sp?SKU=KEYK07
  17. 17. Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Museum Box This site provides the tools for you to build a description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box. http://museumbox.e2bn.org/index.php
  18. 18. Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Thinkport’s Create a Museum With this tool, students can select objects and images and add text for each item in their private virtual “museum” http://museum.thinkport.org collection.
  19. 19. Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Bubblr With this tool students search Flickr by tag or by user for a photo, then add text in comic bubbles to go with it. http://www.pimpampum.net/bubblr/index.php
  20. 20. Problem Statement+ Teacher has difficulty designing lessons and units for a wide variety of students. Photo used through Creative Commons from Greg Turner
  21. 21. Productivity Software+Integration Strategy “The Internet holds a wealth of lesson design support resources to help …teachers prepare for and carry and Doering, 2010, p.308) (Roblyer out lessons.”
  22. 22. Lesson Design Support+Relative Advantage • Endless 24/7 resources from people in the field • Network and share ideas & concerns • Projects and programs evaluated so you can pick & choose the best • Chances for professional development Photo used through Creative Commons from Matthew Freeman
  23. 23. Lesson Design Support+Expected Outcomes • Teachers plan and execute fantastic units and lessons • Instruction differentiated for individual needs • Students learn more! Photo used through Creative Commons from Matthew Freeman
  24. 24. Lesson Design Support+Resources & Links English Raven EFL/ESL resources site created by Jason Renshaw with a focus on practicality as well as innovation. http://www.englishraven.com/main.html
  25. 25. Lesson Design Support+Resources & Links Dave’s ESL Café A meeting place for ESL + EFL teachers and students from around the world http://www.eslcafe.com/ideas/index.html
  26. 26. Lesson Design Support+Resources & Links TESL/TEFL/TESOL/ESL/EFL/ESOL Links http://iteslj.org/links
  27. 27. Lesson Design Support+Resources & Links ESL Lounge This site gives free access to hundreds of ESL lesson plans and materials that http://www.esl-lounge.com/siteguidetop.shtml can be used for communicative English lessons in the classroom.
  28. 28. Lesson Design Support+Resources & Links BBC’s Teaching English This site provides free classroom materials to download. There are also articles on aspects of teaching, and free teacher development http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk and teacher training materials.
  29. 29. + roblem StatementP Students need differentiated language skills practice where they can work at their own speed.
  30. 30. +nstructional SoftwareIIntegration Strategy “Interactive software for handheld (mobile) devices provide students with language skills practice.” (Roblyer and Doering, 2010, p.304)
  31. 31. Software for Mobile Devices + Relative Advantage • Individual practice • Practice in following oral English direction and reading • Expanded opportunities for language acquisitionPhoto used through Creative Commons from LE Eyes
  32. 32. Software for Mobile Devices + Expected Outcomes • Student language skills improve • Student technology skills improve • With some software, students create original work that they can share with others.Photo used through Creative Commons from LE Eyes
  33. 33. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & Links Toontastic This creative learning tool empowers kids to draw, animate, and share their own cartoons through imaginative playhttp://itunes.apple.com/us/app/toontastic/id404693282?mt=8
  34. 34. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & Links SoundNote This application helps students take notes by tracking what they type and draw while recording audio http://soundnote.com
  35. 35. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & LinksMad Libs AppStudents can practice vocabulary, parts ofspeech and more, then share their stories withothers. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mad-libs/id326885152?mt=8
  36. 36. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & Links AudioBoo An application for students to record and share voice with a mobile device. Free version available.http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/audioboo/id3052 04540?mt=8
  37. 37. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & LinksPlayTime TheaterStudents make original “plays” with thisapplication for mobile devices. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/playtime-theater/id411289693?mt=8
  38. 38. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & Links PhotoCard Instructions Students learn how to send virtual (or physical)post cards after watching thishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSvDbdWFBSM video.
  39. 39. Software for Mobile Devices+Resources & Links My Language Translator for mobile devices can help students learn new phrases. http://www.mylanguage.meDemonstration of this app (next slide=13 minutes long):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoHuWzuaS6A
  40. 40. References+ Dale, J. (2011). Mfl edapps [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://mfledapps.posterous.com/?page=1 Darrow, D. (2011). K-5 ipad apps according to blooms taxonomy. Edutopia, Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/ipad-apps- elementary-blooms-taxomony-diane-darrow Roblyer, M.D. & Doering, A.H. (2010).Integrating educational technology into teaching. (fifth ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc. Schrock, K. (2011, August 25). Bloomin ipad [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://kathyschrock.net/ipadblooms

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