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Using Internet resources for teaching English

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Internet in teaching English
Advantages for using Internet resources for teaching English

To cultivate students’ interest in study
To promote students’ communication capacity
To Improve Teaching Effectiveness
To improve interaction between teacher and student
Creates a context for language teaching
Creates a context for language learning
Web-Based learning
The Internet and English Teaching
School-gymnasium number 24 after S.Maulenov.
practical application
Types of internet resources
Internet resources for teaching english
Using Internet resources in teaching English
Tolesh M.
Gerock-Erzhanova O.V


By Robert E. Kahn:
" A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols. "

by business dictionary : “A means of connecting a computer to any other computer anywhere in the world via dedicated routers and servers. When two computers are connected over the Internet, they can send and receive all kinds of information such as text, graphics, voice, video, and computer programs.” [1]

*Ron Belisle (1996) ‘E-Mail Activities in the ESL Writing Class’, The Internet TESL Journal, Vol II, No 12, December 1996
Haury, D.L. and Milbourne, L.A. (2002). Using the internet to enrich science teaching and learning. Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education. (ERIC Digest Reproduction Service No. SE 062 506.

The goal of the research: to distinguish effective Internet resources and use them at the English lessons.


1. to determine the range of Internet resources
2. to single out the sites and their classification
3. to differentiate the Internet resources according to their usage and use them at lessons.

The object: The process of Foreign Language Teaching and Learning

The subject: The Internet resources which activate and encourage the learning process.

Hypothesis:Internet resources help develop reading, listening, speaking and writing skills in the learning process.


1. searching 2. analysis 3. evaluation 4. study of teaching experience

We classified Internet resources for teaching English into 4 categories.

1. Mark Warschauer and P. Fawn Whittaker (1997) ‘The Internet for English Teaching: Guidelines for Teachers’, The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. III, No 10, October 1997
2. Kuang-wu Lee (2000) ‘English Teachers’ Barriers to the Use of Computer-assisted Language Learning’, The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. VI, No 12, December 2000
3. Ron Belisle (1996) ‘E-Mail Activities in the ESL Writing Class’, The Internet TESL Journal, Vol II, No 12, December 1996
4. Kenji Kitao (1996) 'Teaching the English Newspaper Effectively' The Internet TESL Journal, Vol II, No 3, March 1996
5. The Facts About... 21st-Century Technology (2002). U.S. Department of Education (n.d.). Retrieved March 11, 2003 fromhttp://www.nclb.gov/start/facts/21centtech.html
6. Haury, D.L. and Milbourne, L.A. (2002). Using the internet to enrich science teaching and learning. Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education. (ERIC Digest Reproduction Service No. SE 062 506.
7. Coiro, J. (2003). Reading comprehension on the Internet. Expanding our understanding of reading comprehension to encompass new literacies. The Reading Teacher, 56(5), 458 - 564.
8. Denver, CO - Tour Stop 15. (2002, July 12). U.S. Department of Education. Retrieved March 11, 2003 from http://www.nclb.gov/media/news/071202.html
9. http://www.ed.gov/teachers/how/tech/international/guide.html
10. http://www.warwick.ac.uk/ETS/interactions/vol1no2/polezzi.htm
11. http://www3.telus.net/linguisticsissues/CALL.html
12. http://www.cltr.uq.edu.au/oncall/53trish.html
13. http://www.yourhtmlsource.com/starthere/historyofthenet.html
14. Late Newsletter, May 2003. ‘The internet and a course book’ pages 9-11
15. Benz, P. (2001). ‘Webquests, a Constructivist Approach’.
16. Brabbs, P. (2002). ‘Webquests’ English Teaching Professional, issue 24: 39-41
17. Dudeney, G. (2002) ‘Webquests in the language Classroom’. Net Languages,Barcelona.http://www.dudeney.com/downloads/webquests.pdf
18. Marzano, R.J. (1992). ‘A different kind of class’: Teaching with dimensions of learning.
19. Alexandria VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. In Dudeney, G.(2002) ‘Webquests in the language Classroom’
20. http://www.dudeney.com/downloads/webquests.pdf
21. Haury, D.L. and Milbourne, L.A. (2002). Using the internet to enrich science teaching and learning. Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education. (ERIC Digest Reproduction Service No. SE 062 506.
22. Howes, E.V., Hamilton, G.W., and Zaskoda, D. (2003). Linking science and literature through technology. Thinking about interdisciplinary inquiry in middle school. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 46(6), 494 - 504.
23. http://www.nclb.gov/start/facts/21centtech.html
24. http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/ela/pub/elalearn.pdf
25. http://www.ed.gov/teachers/how/tech/international/guide.html
26. http://www.onestopenglish.com/about/
27. http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com /about/
28. http://www .eslplans.com /about/
29. http://realgrammar.posterous.com/
30. http://vk.com/adminadmin

The resources of British Council used by learners and teachers for increasing the effectiveness of foreign language acquisition .
During writing our diploma work and practicing it at school , we have decided that using Internet resources is the effective way in teaching English . We have investigated different internet contents, showed possibilities of using britishcouncil.com. We showed the main criterions to choose the best sites you need to work with.
After presentation of our website we can say that it has many positive aspects for teaching English such as:

- Teachers can find useful topics and teach writing effectively
- Teachers can use ready-made lesson plans which help them to create creative lessons.
- Being in contact with other teachers they can use chat.

In writing diploma work we solved the problem by creating new website which consists of all necessary information for teaching.
We do hope that using the Internet media will help teachers to create modern, interesting and creative English lessons

Костанайский Государственный Педагогический Институт
Факультет иностранных языков
Кафедра иностранных языков
Using Internet resources in teaching English
Төлеш М.М. 41 АК
ст. преподователь кафедры иностранных языков
Герок-Ержанова О.В

The Internet nowadays became as time requirements and government pays attention to Internet Education.
Teachers can use Internet for gathering information for their classes, including teaching plans and materials for classroom use. They can subscribe to mailing lists and electronic journals by e-mail and keep contacts with other teachers from all over the world. You do not need to be a genius in order to be able to use these resources.
1) Grammar-translation approach
2) Direct approach
3) Reading approach
4) Audio-lingual method
5) Community language learning
6) Suggestopedia
7) The silent way
8) Total physical response
9) The natural way
10) Communicative language teaching [2:5]

Methods language teaching include:
According to M.Warschauer . Internet resources for teaching and learning have 4 categories: [4:45]
Educational Games

Listening and watching
Grammar and vocabulary
Table 1. According to M,Warschauer . Internet resources for teaching and learning have 4 categories: [14:45]
The approbation was provided at school-gymnasium number 24 after S.Maulenov. The approbation consists of 10 lessons. In each lesson we used different principles and methods of teaching using the Internet.
The objectives:
 To find out the most effective resources for teaching English .
 To develop reading, listening, writing and speaking skills of students;
 To prove hypothesis of diploma paper.

Before starting our practical part we made a questionnaire , to know students interest at English lessons.
To develop students’ independence, intellectual features, opportunities and skills to analyze and compare, to increase the students' interests and to develop students’ skills in learning English language and to conditionals we made lesson plan included information about conditions.
Stages: For warming up we read the text with understanding by playing the game “Guess whose voice it is.
Method: Direct
Next task was to open http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/grammar-vocabulary/grammar-videos/conditionals

We use conditional sentences to say one thing depends on another. They can be used to talk about real or imaginary situations. One of the clauses starts with if (or a similar word) – this is the conditional clause. The other clause talks about the result of the conditional clause happening.

Task: Choose the correct verb form to complete the conditional sentences

Next they matched the two sentences and wrote a–h next to the numbers 1–8
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