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3  2010 Social Networking Sites

4 Are you Digital Natives / Digital Immigrants or none?


6 Wikis A wiki is a collection of web pages designed to enable anyone with access to contribute or modify content.

7 Webquests A webquest requires students to use World Wide Web in order to read, analyse and synthesize information of a specific topic. est-hs.html est-hs.html lish/resources/webquest/ lish/resources/webquest/

8 Podcasts A posdcast refers to the construction of audio and video files in the internet. Any spoken text and audio-visual materials are called posdcasts. BlindDate.htm BlindDate.htm orspecificinformation/worksheet.shtml orspecificinformation/worksheet.shtml

9 Bubblr Bubblr is a tool that allows users to create strips of photos and add text through the addition of speech bubbles. The images are all from Flickr (, an online photo-sharing website where users can upload their photos and tag them so that they are easily searchable. Power point story

10 Twitter Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging servicesocial networkingmicro-blogging It enables its users to send and read other users' updates known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length Users can send and receive tweets via the Twitter website, Short Message Service (SMS) or external applications. Short Message Service (SMS) The service is free to use over the Internet, but using SMS may incur phone service provider fees. Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?

11 And twitters, camtasia, bots.... rd_maker/ rd_maker/ per/snippet.asp per/snippet.asp

12 What’s BLOG?

13 WHY? Lee Lefever a) Everyone has their own audience. b) A business owner can share news about with his business, a mother can share news about her family, a sportstar can share news with his fans, etc. c) Blogs make it possible to give comments mutually d) It is easy to use and store information to refer to and mostly free of charge e) Bloggers of similar interests share ideas.

14 And because…… And because…… Blogs can be used to exchange ideas among students, teachers, or school administrators. Students can start their own individual blogs where they can post their own ideas, comments and written work (Portfolio) As a teacher, you can answer classroom questionnaires and surveys as well as quizzes, which is also useful for the absent students. Use the blog as a space to use English freely to talk about topics relevant to classroom work.

15 How? - Blogger https://www.blogger.com - LiveJournal - Wordpress - EduBlogs A sample blog by an ELT professional: My blog : http://hsivil.blogspot.com

16 Tasks Wikis Webquests Podcasts Bubblr Twitters Camtasia Bots Nings Blogs......


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