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Let your imagination go wild! An Interactive CALL Lesson by Masaharu Kariya and Paul Seefeldt.

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1 Let your imagination go wild! An Interactive CALL Lesson by Masaharu Kariya and Paul Seefeldt

2 Description of Class b b Language proficiency level – Intermediate b b Type of class-ESL b b Previous computer work – , Introduction to WWW. b b Class Size – students b b Age – years. b b Native language background – Mixed. b b Recent Work Summarizing Finding the main idea b b Class needs or goals – to develop the ability to think creatively and flexibly, putting thoughts into words and summarizing.

3 Materials b b Computer needs (software, hardware): Computer terminal for each student, and Internet access Projection equipment. b b Other classroom materials needed White board and markers. Magazine Advertisements.

4 Objectives b b Language objectives Activation of relevant background knowledge.   Development of imagination and flexible thinking.   Ability to communicate effectively in writing with other students.   Ability to summarize. b b Computer literacy objectives   Proficiency in the use of .   Ability to participate in a discussion forum on the WWW.

5 Pre-computer Activities   Introduction of the lesson and its purpose.   Presentation of a sample of an advertisement and discussion.   Semantic map of magazine advertisement elements.

6 Presentation of the Lesson   Demonstration of necessary computer skills.   Review of process (addressing, composing, posting).   Accessing web page (Use of browser, Finding web page).   How to post and read messages in a Discussion Forum.

7 Student Practice   Students are paired off.   Students access a web page on which there is an advertisement without its text.   Students exchange opinions about the advertisement with their partners by .   Each pair develops its own copy for the advertisement (name of product, copy, slogan etc.)   Each pair posts its copy and description to the Discussion Forum Discussion Forum

8 Follow-up Activities b b Compare original advertisement with copy to student-produced copy.

9 An ad without its copy

10 An ad with its copy

11 Closing b b Potential problems   Varying levels of computer literacy amongst students.   Varying degrees of ability to express themselves in writing.   Plan dependent on good overall participation from students.   Technical difficulties with equipment and/or Internet access. b b Evaluation of students’ learning   Observation of their interaction with each other and computer environment.   Examination of the copy which they have produced.


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