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ICT for teaching English to Grade 3 ESL students

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Christy Roberts

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Transcript of ICT for teaching English to Grade 3 ESL students

Collaborative Learning
Why are we here?
Teaching English with Technology
Conclusion
PicLits
Phraseum
Dvolver Moviemaker
Welcome, parents and carers of class 3R.


You have been directed to this site to learn how we intend to use Information Communication Technology (ICT) to support the students in our class who have English as their second language (ESL learners).

In our class of 28 students we currently have six students who are ESL learners:
3 students from India
2 students from China and,
1 student from Sudan.
We are going to look at three different ICT programs. Each program addresses different needs for an ESL student.
Phraseum
Pic-Lits
Dvolver Moviemaker
Collaborative learning
Link English with ESL student's native language
Linking English with
your native language
Easily create short simple movies.
ESL learners are supported when their target language is learned in an authentic way that is culturally relevant . Real life communicative tasks are more effective then merely reading the language.
ESL Students are naturally tempted to converse in their own language first. If clear links are provided, however, between their own language and English, this increases their confidence at speaking English.
ESL learners must be have a chance to consider how language relates to characterization.
ESL students need help writing sentences. Students find it much easier to write when provided with images and key words to help them get started.
Create captions, poems, or other texts.
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Find phrases on the internet.
Phraseum
encourages ESL students to link similar phrases between the English version and that of their native language.
Phraseum
allows ESL students to search for similar phrases in multiple languages.
Phraseum
encourages ESL students to co-construct meaning and to co-operate with each other to learn the correct meaning of phrases.
Helping ESL students write
Creative Writing
Real life scenarios
Teaching tenses
Phraseum
can be used by students to predict genre or context of phrases
Phraseum
encourages students to search for and group phrases by topic/meaning
Phraseum
allows students to share and cross-check phrases to share/agree on vocabulary, standard idioms, etc
Used in primary schools.
Writing on pictures
Curated word banks act as scaffolds.
PicLits
have also been used for more structured creative writing exercises like creating poems: http://bit.ly/1lwKwA6
PicLits
have been used to give students a selection of words to group together to describe pictures: http://bit.ly/1lwKybo
Appropriate for grades 3 to 6.
Writing within cultural contexts.
Past. Present. Future.
Dvolver Moveiemaker
was used in the 2007 Digital Storytelling Project film festival. Students in Argentina, Brazil, and Japan, produced videos around the topic
Friendship and teens' lives around the world
: http://bit.ly/P7utLi
Store, group, and share phrases with the class.
Collect phrases in English or your native language.
Teachers have suggested that Phraseum is effective with the points above: http://bit.ly/P7ue2R
ESL students are boosted in their English acquisition when they engage in social leaning scenarios which require their peers to understand their attempts at speaking English.
Dvolver Moviemaker
has been used by teachers to demonstrate social expressions:
http://bit.ly/1gdWoPE
Real life scenarios
PicLits
helps ESL students expand their vocabulary, choose the right words, and start writing: http://bit.ly/1i6mo1K
Helping ESL students write
Creative writing is a great way to speed up ESL students' learning and increase their confidence ... and it's fun!

The initial aim of creative writing is to let students experiment with vocabulary and to have fun grouping the words together.
Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers suggests using Dvolver moviemaker to demonstrate tenses: http://bit.ly/1pvOQ1J
ESL Students can effectively learn tenses (past, present, or future) by role-playing simple scripts involving different tenses.
Dvolver moviemaker
allows the teacher or students to write scripts which demonstrate talking about the past, present, and future.
Teaching tenses
Creative writing
We will be using ICTs to help teach English to your ESL learner. ICTs will promote their confidence, help them to learn together with other ESL learners, link English back to their native language, encourage them to speak English in real life scenarios, and learn complex grammatical rules.

We hope you are convinced that our choice of ICTs will promote your child's successful acquisition of the English language .

Regards, Christy
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