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John Fleischman August 4, 2009 For audio call Toll Free 1 - 888-886-3951 and use PIN/code 917350 Save $$ with SCOEs FREE Online ESL Teaching Resources.

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1 John Fleischman August 4, 2009 For audio call Toll Free and use PIN/code Save $$ with SCOEs FREE Online ESL Teaching Resources

2 Maximize your CCC Confer window. Mute your phone (*6) if you have visitors or noise in your office. Please note phone audio may be in presenter-only mode. Ask questions over the phone when the presenter prompts. Ask questions throughout presentation via the chat window. Turn on or off Closed Captioning by clicking on the icon. Save the presentation or chat by clicking on the icon. Vote Yes or No by using the icon. Housekeeping

3 How to use VoIP 1) To listen, adjust your speaker volume (left bottom of window) 2) To speak youll need a microphone or USB headset. a) First, run the audio wizard Tools/Audio/Audio Setup Wizard. b) Second, press on the mic icon when it is free (release when finished speaking)

4 To Send Chat Messages Type your message and click Send or Enter on your keyboard.

5 To Turn On Closed Captioning Click to open the Closed-Captioning text window

6 Emoticons! Let everyone know how you feel about the presentation. Click on one of the emoticons.

7 Sacramento County Office of Education SCOEs Internet and Media Services What is SCOE, Anyway?

8 Adult Learning Activities English for All USA Learns Three Free ESL Web Sites

9 Who is it designed for? What are the activities about? What will my students see and do? Adult Learning Activities

10 Adult Learning Activities Story List by Category

11 Adult Learning Activities Basic Story

12 Adult Learning Activities Full Story

13 Adult Learning Activities Activities

14 Adult Learning Activities Demonstration

15 What is English for All? English for All consists of five real-life stories that feature a multi-ethnic cast introduced by a friendly wizard who guides learners through 20 episodes and provides simple explanations of the basic points of grammar that are presented. English for All

16 Who is it designed for? Intermediate English language learners Developed for immigrants with less than 12 years of formal schooling Learners who want to: Get a better job Foster their childrens education Participate in their community English for All

17 What are the lessons about? Workers and the Work Place Housing and Family Life Dealing with Federal and Municipal Officials Parenting and Womens Changing Roles Learning, Education, and Educational Credentials See handout: EFA Episode Guide English for All

18 Components: Video available in four formats: VHS or DVD (standalone) or CD-ROM or QuickTime (integrated with Web site) Comprehensive Web site Print materials for each of the 20 episodes Teacher Web site for managing classes and tracking learning progress English for All

19 English for All Demonstration

20 What is USA Learns? A comprehensive Web site designed to help immigrants learn English USA Learns

21 Who is it designed for? Immigrants with less than 12 years of formal education Older adolescents and adults ESL learners functioning at low beginning through high intermediate Content focus on survival English, life skills, and language necessary for success in the community and workplace USA Learns

22 Pedagogical assumptions Language learning needs to focus on listening, reading, speaking and writing Instructional content should be reflective of social and linguistic contexts Language acquisition occurs through meaningful use and interaction with the language USA Learns

23 Required User Skills Familiarity with a computer mouse Ability to point and click Basic keyboarding familiarity Fundamental understanding of how a Web browser operates USA Learns

24 Technical information Designed for broadband only (150 Kbps minimum) Works on PCs and Macs with all popular browsers Not appropriate for use in computer labs (on more that several computers simultaneously) USA Learns

25 Features Intuitive interface Multiple types of help available Extensive use of video, audio and graphics Can be used as registered or unregistered learner. If registered, learner tracking and reporting is available Separate Web site for teachers or tutors to manage learner instruction USA Learns

26 Activity types – Vocabulary USA Learns

27 Activity types – Spelling USA Learns

28 Activity types – Listening USA Learns

29 Activity types – Speaking USA Learns

30 Activity types – Life Skills: Reading a Map USA Learns

31 Activity types – Reading Comprehension USA Learns

32 Activity types – Writing USA Learns

33 Activity types – Dictation USA Learns

34 Activity types – Grammar USA Learns

35 USA Learns Demonstration

36 Contact info: John Fleischman Assistant Superintendent, Technology Services Sacramento County Office of Education Telephone: Q&A

37 Evaluation Survey Link

38 Thanks for Attending For upcoming desktop seminars and links to recently archived seminars, check Web site at:


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