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1 NICT´S FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING Carlos Man Ospina Nova Centro de estudios CAMBRIDGEDirector B.A Modern Languages U de Caldas B.A Psychology UAN M.A Linguistics, Ohio University. U.S.A Graduate Diploma Autonomous Learning, Thames Valley University, London England PhD Educación en Iberoamérica CIHCE, Peru

2 Why should teachers use NICT´s?  In this day and age, it is essential to integrate Information and Communication Technologies into the ESL classroom.  Technology is fun and motivating for the students.  It provides a type of ESL and cross-curricular learning.  The integration of technology into the classroom should be seen as a long-term project.  ESL teachers must get away from the notion that all students in the classroom need to be doing the same thing at the same time to have a well-disciplined learning environment.

3 AUDIOVISUAL TEACHING SCENARIA to 1960

4 Teaching Technology today

5 Possible uses for Information and Communications Technologies in the ESL classroom

6 Competency 1. To interact orally in English A. Practising spoken English  Interactive CD-ROMs  Software for oral interaction  Audio or video recording of interviews, debates, skits,  television programs, etc. With a digital camera;  Correspondence by voice ;  PowerPoint presentations PPT

7 Competency 1. To interact orally in English B. Listening to spoken English  Sound recording software creating Web radio, collective stories, poems, reports, songs. Publicity (RealAudio,QuickTime, SoundEdit Pro, Cool Edit)  Websites with audio components  Listening to various forms of communication via computers, TV, radio, videos, or tape recordings

8 Competency 1. To interact orally in English C. Interpreting non-verbal clues  Television programs, films or videos  Sequences in class or interviews recorded with a digital camera

9 Competency 2. To reinvest understanding of oral and written texts A. Using ICTs as a source for texts   CD-ROMs; visual dictionaries and encyclopaedias  Internet sites about news, books, magazines, various research themes  Evaluation of websites with criteria chosen by the students  WebQuests and Internet treasure hunts  Student-created texts and questionnaires using wordprocessing software  Electronic greeting cards  Websites containing music lyrics, poems, film clips, news announcements, etc.  Fun websites, games,software and puzzles  Television and radio clips  Publicity from the Internet and other sources  Instructions and procedures given on software and user guides  Virtual class trips to museums, libraries, cultural institutions

10 Competency 2. To reinvest understanding of oral and written texts B. Using ICTs to reinvest understanding of texts  Computer-based reading logs and reading journals (Apple Works databases)  Using word-processing software to create reports, interactive stories, class plays, skits, etc.  Chat forums (under supervision)  Creation of posters, bookmarks, illustrations, comic strips, etc. Using graphics or word-processing software  Production of videos using digital cameras  Mind-mapping diagrams on computer (using Inspiration6 software)  PowerPoint presentations  Creation of personal or class picture dictionaries with computers or digital-camera photos

11 Competency 2. To reinvest understanding of oral and written texts A. Using ICTs as a source for texts   CD-ROMs; visual dictionaries and encyclopaedias  Internet sites about news, books, magazines, various research themes  Evaluation of websites with criteria chosen by the students  WebQuests and Internet treasure hunts  Student-created texts and questionnaires using wordprocessing software  Electronic greeting cards  Websites containing music lyrics, poems, film clips, news announcements, etc.  Fun websites, games,software and puzzles  Television and radio clips  Publicity from the Internet and other sources  Instructions and procedures given on software and user guides  Virtual class trips to museums, libraries, cultural institutions

12 Competency 3. To write texts  Electronic correspondence or pen pals (either local or international) via , discussion forums, or participation in supervised chat rooms  Electronic greeting cards; A. Interactive writing

13 Competency 3. To write texts  Using the outline function in some software to create a plan for a written work (ex. Apple Works, Claris Works, etc.) B. Note-taking

14 Competency 3. To write texts  Creating class yearbooks  Creation of a class web page  Requests for information via the Internet  Use of word processing with illustrations, graphics, etc. in the presentation phase  Creation of charts, tables, graphics, etc. in the presentation of survey results  PowerPoint presentations  Electronic portfolio entries  Creating and illustrating recipes using word processing software, digital video cameras, etc.  Creating a list of interesting or useful websites and commenting on each C. Writing in projects

15 Competency 3. To write texts  Visual dictionaries and word banks  Posters to illustrate a grammar or structure rule  Lists of interesting books, films, television programs,music, etc  Creation of a “Want Ads” listing for the class  Electronic reading logs using databases (ex. Apple Works) D. Creating reference tools

16 Competency 3. To write texts  Use of a computer-based writing checklist to facilitate self-correction and peer correction  Use of ESL writing software  Use of spell check and grammar check functions in English E. The writing process

17 Competency 3. To write texts  Collective story writing  Creation of class newspapers or reports on  current events  Writing texts for plays and skits F. Storytelling

18 Competency 3. To write texts  Use of games, puzzles, etc. from CD-ROMs, websites, DVDs, or software G. Just for fun

19 Competency 3. To write texts  Using all kinds of graphics and pictures to illustrate any written work  Using “morphing” software to create caricatures  Creating comic strips, pictures with captions, posters, pamphlets, bookmarks H. Illustrating writing samples

20 Ten reasons you know you're living in You accidentally enter your password on the microwave You haven't played solitaire with real cards in years You have a list of 15 phone numbers to reach your family of You the person who works at the desk next to you Your reason for not staying in touch with friends and family is that they don't have e- mail addresses You pull up in your own driveway and use your cell phone to see if anyone is home Every commercial on television has a web site at the bottom of the screen Leaving the house without your cell phone, which you didn't have the first 20 or 30 (or 60) years of your life, is now a cause for panic and you turn around to go and get it You get up in the morning and go online before getting your coffee You're reading this and nodding and laughing. :) Thanks


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