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1 In the ELT classroom Jornadas Internacionales de ELT UNVM Prof. Sandra Mattalía Prof. Verónica Pellegrino

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3 What is Web 2.0? It's a story about community and collaboration on a scale never seen before. It's about the cosmic compendium of knowledge Wikipedia and the million- channel people's network YouTube and the online metropolis MySpace. It's about the many wresting power from the few and helping one another for nothing and how that will not only change the world, but also change the way the world changes. It's a story about community and collaboration on a scale never seen before. It's about the cosmic compendium of knowledge Wikipedia and the million- channel people's network YouTube and the online metropolis MySpace. It's about the many wresting power from the few and helping one another for nothing and how that will not only change the world, but also change the way the world changes.WikipediaYouTubeMySpaceWikipediaYouTubeMySpace (Lev Grossman in 2006 TIME magazine Person of The Year (You) (Lev Grossman in 2006 TIME magazine Person of The Year (You)2006 TIME magazine Person of The Year2006 TIME magazine Person of The Year

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7 Web 1.0 trends included worries over privacy concerns resulting in a one-way flow of information, through websites which contained "read-only" material. Web 1.0 trends included worries over privacy concerns resulting in a one-way flow of information, through websites which contained "read-only" material. Now, during Web 2.0, the use of the Web can be characterized as the decentralization of website content, which is now generated from the "bottom- up, with many users being contributors and producers of information, as well as the traditional consumers. Web 1.0 & Web 2.0

8 (OReilly, 2005) (OReilly, 2005)

9 Web 2.0 and Education

10 Web 2.0 and ELT New Internet-based communication technologies more interactive New Internet-based communication technologies more interactive A natural fit for ELT

11 Web 2.0 applications create numerous opportunities for enhanced classroom practice and professional development. Web 2.0 applications create numerous opportunities for enhanced classroom practice and professional development. + access to an inexhaustible supply for English input + authentic communication opportunities for both students and teachers

12 Blogs, wikis, podcasts and social networks

13 Social software Computer tools that allow people to connect, to communicate and to collaborate on line. Computer tools that allow people to connect, to communicate and to collaborate on line. Blog: a web page with regular diary or journal entries. Blog: a web page with regular diary or journal entries. Wiki: a collaborative web space. It allows you to visualize a group of pages that users may edit/modify. Wiki: a collaborative web space. It allows you to visualize a group of pages that users may edit/modify. Podcast: an audio and/or video file that is put on the internet and may be downloaded to a computer or other device. Podcast: an audio and/or video file that is put on the internet and may be downloaded to a computer or other device. Social networks: professional and social networking sites that facilitate meeting people, finding like minds, sharing content. Social networks: professional and social networking sites that facilitate meeting people, finding like minds, sharing content.

14 They can be set up and used by teachers and/or learners They can be set up and used by teachers and/or learners They can be used to connect learners to other communities of learners They can be used to connect learners to other communities of learners The ideas and content can be generated and created by learners, individually or collaboratively. The ideas and content can be generated and created by learners, individually or collaboratively.

15 Blogs in language teaching Include written text, pictures, photos, audio and/or video. Include written text, pictures, photos, audio and/or video. Kept by a person. Kept by a person. Readers may comment on blog entries. Readers may comment on blog entries. May include a blogroll. May include a blogroll. Blogs used in education are called edublogs Blogs used in education are called edublogs A tutor blog is a blog set up and maintained by a teacher. A tutor blog is a blog set up and maintained by a teacher. Students blogs are blogs set up and maintained by learners. Students blogs are blogs set up and maintained by learners. If an entire class sets up a blog, it is called class blog If an entire class sets up a blog, it is called class blog

16 Tutor blog Student blog Class Bog Set homework Set homework Personal and family information Personal and family information Reactions to a film, article, class topic, etc. Reactions to a film, article, class topic, etc. Provide a summary of class work Provide a summary of class work Extra writing practice on class topics Extra writing practice on class topics Things learners like/dont like doing in class Things learners like/dont like doing in class Provide links to extra reading/listening material Provide links to extra reading/listening material Regular comments on current affairs Regular comments on current affairs A class project on any topic A class project on any topic Question and answer (e.g. about grammar, class work) Question and answer (e.g. about grammar, class work) Research and present information on a topic (e.g. an English speaking country) Research and present information on a topic (e.g. an English speaking country) Exam/study tips Exam/study tips A photoblog on learners country, last holiday, town A photoblog on learners country, last holiday, town

17 Blogs in language teaching A class blog A class blog A class blog A class blog A tutor blog A tutor blog A tutor blog A tutor blog A student blog A student blog A student blog A student blog

18 Blogs in language teaching ICT in my classroom ICT in my classroom ICT in my classroom ICT in my classroom Teaching is fun Teaching is fun Teaching is fun Teaching is fun More… More… More…

19 How to set up a blog Blogger http://www.blogger.com Blogger http://www.blogger.comhttp://www.blogger.com Wordpress http://wordpress.org Wordpress http://wordpress.orghttp://wordpress.org EzBlogWorld http://www.ezblogworld.com EzBlogWorld http://www.ezblogworld.com http://www.ezblogworld.com Bahraich Blogs http://www.bahraichblogs.com Bahraich Blogs http://www.bahraichblogs.com http://www.bahraichblogs.com Getablog http://www.getablog.net/portal3.php Getablog http://www.getablog.net/portal3.php http://www.getablog.net/portal3.php

20 Wikis in language teaching What a wiki is What a wiki is What a wiki is What a wiki is Main functions of a wiki: Main functions of a wiki: You can: You can: Edit the page Edit the page Look at the canges that have been made by other contributors to the wiki Look at the canges that have been made by other contributors to the wiki See a list of all the wiki pages See a list of all the wiki pages Change the wiki settings, and add files. Change the wiki settings, and add files. Foreign Language Teaching Wiki Foreign Language Teaching Wiki

21 How to set up a wiki Pbwiki www.pbwiki.com Pbwiki www.pbwiki.comwww.pbwiki.com Media www.mediawiki.org Media www.mediawiki.orgwww.mediawiki.org Wikihost http://wikihost.org Wikihost http://wikihost.orghttp://wikihost.org

22 Podcasts in language teaching The closest analogy to a podcast is that of a radio or TV show, but you can listen to or watch a podcast that interests you whenever you want to The closest analogy to a podcast is that of a radio or TV show, but you can listen to or watch a podcast that interests you whenever you want to It can be downloaded automatically to your computer It can be downloaded automatically to your computer It can be on any topic and may contain music and video It can be on any topic and may contain music and video

23 Who produces podcasts? Broadcasting corporations, eg, BBC, CNN, RTHK: Some of their programmes are available as podcasts. Broadcasting corporations, eg, BBC, CNN, RTHK: Some of their programmes are available as podcasts.BBC Institutions and Organisations: eg, universities, schools, churches, voluntary organisations Institutions and Organisations: eg, universities, schools, churches, voluntary organisations The majority of podcasts are produced by individuals and small groups of people. The majority of podcasts are produced by individuals and small groups of people. Developing Students Listening and Speaking Skills through ELT Podcasts Paul Sze, Faculty of Ed., CUHK Paul Sze, Faculty of Ed., CUHK

24 Examples of Podcasts BBC Podcasts BBC Podcasts BBC Podcasts BBC Podcasts Princeton Univ. Podcast: Princeton Univ. Podcast: Princeton Univ. Podcast: Princeton Univ. Podcast: Fudan Fuzhong: Fudan Fuzhong: Fudan Fuzhong Fudan Fuzhong SJS Podcasting Club: SJS Podcasting Club: SJS Podcasting Club SJS Podcasting Club Independent podcast: Word Nerds Independent podcast: Word NerdsWord NerdsWord Nerds A teacher podcast: Samanthas podcast A teacher podcast: Samanthas podcast A teacher podcast A teacher podcast A student podcast: Podcast for Mr Cosands 6th Grade class A student podcast: Podcast for Mr Cosands 6th Grade class A student podcast A student podcast Developing Students Listening and Speaking Skills through ELT Podcasts Paul Sze, Faculty of Ed., CUHK Paul Sze, Faculty of Ed., CUHK

25 Learners can listen to podcasts made by others Learners can listen to podcasts made by others They can produce their own podcasts They can produce their own podcasts Teachers may record lectures as podcasts, so that students can download the class for later listening (coursecasting) Teachers may record lectures as podcasts, so that students can download the class for later listening (coursecasting)

26 Advantages of Podcasts For Producers of Podcasts For Producers of Podcasts They can be produced easily. They can be produced easily. They can be put on a podcasting site for free. They can be put on a podcasting site for free. They can reach out to thousands of listeners. They can reach out to thousands of listeners. For Listeners For Listeners There are thousands of podcasts on the Web covering a wide range of topics. There are thousands of podcasts on the Web covering a wide range of topics. They can be listened to on a computer, or downloaded to a portable listening device (eg, MP3 player, iPod, Mobile phone, PDA) for listening while on the move. They can be listened to on a computer, or downloaded to a portable listening device (eg, MP3 player, iPod, Mobile phone, PDA) for listening while on the move. They can be subscribed to. They can be subscribed to. Developing Students Listening and Speaking Skills through ELT Podcasts Paul Sze, Faculty of Ed., CUHK Paul Sze, Faculty of Ed., CUHK

27 Podcasts in language teaching Englishcaster.com Englishcaster.com Englishcaster.com Podcasts and elt Podcasts and elt Podcasts and elt Podcasts and elt BBC News BBC News BBC News BBC News

28 How to set up a podcast page podOmatic podOmatic podOmatic

29 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y- MSL42NV3c&hl=es http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y- MSL42NV3c&hl=es http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y- MSL42NV3c&hl=es http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y- MSL42NV3c&hl=es http://www.download-esl.com/videos.html http://www.download-esl.com/videos.html http://www.download-esl.com/videos.html http://timeistickingout.wordpress.com/ http://timeistickingout.wordpress.com/ http://timeistickingout.wordpress.com/ http://www.slideshare.net/talandisjr/web- 20-in-the-elt-classroom-an-introduction http://www.slideshare.net/talandisjr/web- 20-in-the-elt-classroom-an-introduction http://www.slideshare.net/talandisjr/web- 20-in-the-elt-classroom-an-introduction http://www.slideshare.net/talandisjr/web- 20-in-the-elt-classroom-an-introduction

30 Image URL: http://geekyteacher.wordpress.com/2009/11/08/are-you-the-perfect-online-teacher /http://geekyteacher.wordpress.com/2009/11/08/are-you-the-perfect-online-teacher /

31 References Dudeney, G. and Hockly, N. How to Teach English with Technology. 2007, Pearson Education Limited.


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