To understand, plan and develop technology enriched curriculum
“Interactive storybooks support language acquisition”(Roblyer and Doering, 2010, p.304)
Authentic language interaction in a less stressful environmentReadings can be individualized for varying language levels in a classStudents can adjust programs to meet their needs, i.e. read aloud or not, vocabulary help, etc.
Students’ English listening, reading, vocabulary and comprehension levels improveStudents are motivated to continue reading in English
Books and other activities for beginning readers.
This site’s systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for English language learners (ELL).
These folktales and fables are best for ELL students in Grades 2-5
This site helps kids discover the joy of reading with hundreds of animated, read-aloud story books and songs
This site is sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild. It features celebrities reading children's books aloud.
“Presentation aids help...students demonstrate their range of language skills”
Provides opportunities for students to listen, speak, read & writeReduces student stress & helps them focus on presentationsHelps scaffold students’ language useEasily shared with a wide audience
Students learn effective language and presentation skillsPresentations are more understandable and interesting
Simplified versions of Powerpoint for younger ELL students
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.
With this tool, students can select objects and images and add text for each item in their private virtual “museum” collection.
With this tool students search Flickr by tag or by user for a photo, then add text in comic bubbles to go with it.
“The Internet holds a wealth of lesson design support resources to help …teachers prepare for and carry out lessons.”(Roblyer and Doering, 2010, p.308)
Endless 24/7 resources from people in the fieldNetwork and share ideas & concernsProjects and programs evaluated so you can pick & choose the bestChances for professional development
Teachers plan and execute fantastic units and lessonsInstruction differentiated for individual needsStudents learn more!
EFL/ESL resources site created by Jason Renshaw with a focus on practicality as well as innovation
A meeting place for ESL + EFL teachers and students from around the world
This site gives free access to hundreds of ESL lesson plans and materials that can be used for communicative English lessons in the classroom.
This site provides free classroom materials to download. There are also articles on aspects of teaching, and free teacher development and teacher training materials.
“Interactive software for handheld (mobile) devices provide students with language skills practice.”(Roblyer and Doering, 2010, p.304)
Individual practicePractice in following oral English direction and readingExpanded opportunities for language acquisition
Student language skills improveStudent technology skills improveWith some software, students create original work that they can share with others.
This creative learning tool empowers kids to draw, animate, and share their own cartoons through imaginative play
This application helps students take notes by tracking what they type and draw while recording audio
Students can practice vocabulary, parts of speech and more, then share their stories with others.
An application for students to record and share voice with a mobile device. Free version available.
Students make original “plays” with this application for mobile devices.
Students learn how to send virtual (or physical)postcards after watching this video.
Translator for mobile devices can help students learn new phrases.
ES ELL Tech Integration (for oral presentation)
Tech Integration+in the Elementary School English Language Learners (ELL) Classroom (oral presentation version) Susan Weitzman-Trifman EdTech541 Fall 2011
+ seU TPACK Math Math Math Content PCK Pedagogical Knowledg Knowledge e (PK) Math (CK) Math TPCK Math TCK TPK Math Technological Knowledge (TK)
Problem+ Statement Students need maximum exposure to books – both reading them and listening to them being read.
+ singU the InternetIntegration Strategy Interactive storybooks Photo used through Creative Commons from Pablo Lara H
Interactive Storybooks+Relative Advantage • Authentic language interaction • Individualization • Students can adjust programsPhoto used through Creative Commons from Callum MacDonald
Interactive Storybooks + Expected Outcomes • English levels improve • Motivation risesPhoto used through Creative Commons from Callum MacDonald
ProblemStatement+ roblem StatementP Students need tools to help them demonstrate their language skills.Photo used through Creative Commons from Coventry City Council
+ ool Based SoftwareTIntegration Strategy Presentation aidsPhoto used through Creative Commons from Coventry City Council
Presentation Aids+Relative Advantage • Opportunities to listen, speak, read & write • Reduces student stress • Scaffolding • SharingPhoto used through Creative Commons from Anthony Kelly
Presentation Aids+Expected Outcomes • Students learn! • Presentations more understandable Photo used through Creative Commons from Anthony Kelly
Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Max Show (part of Max’s Toolbox) and Scholastic Keys http://www.maxstoolbox.com/En- http://www.tomsnyder.com/products/product.a Au/Educators/Pages/Home.aspx sp?SKU=KEYK07
Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Museum Box http://museumbox.e2bn.org/index.php
Presentation Aids+Resources & Links Thinkport’s Create a Museum http://museum.thinkport.org