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Using Technology in the Second Language Classroom

OMLTA Fall Conference session
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Julie Stapleton

on 28 March 2014

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Transcript of Using Technology in the Second Language Classroom

It can sometimes feel like you are trapped in a maze... This presentation is intended to help guide you!
Using technology in the Second Language classroom
Presentation Apps
and Websites
There are a few popular presentation apps and websites that teachers can use. They allow you to talk and draw or use pictures. Here are a few, use the one that works best for you!
Videos - Authentic Content
Some great websites to get authentic French videos are as follows:
TFO - http://www3.tfo.org/
pour les jeunes: http://www3.tfo.org/jeunesse
Post-it/ Sticky Websites
Lino - http://linoit.com
Oral Communication Apps
Sock Puppets
$3.99 - Storytelling App
Sock Puppets Complete has all of the in app purchases and features of Sock Puppets rolled up into one big happy bundle. Create your own lip-synched videos and share them on Facebook and YouTube. Add Puppets, props, scenery, and backgrounds and start creating. Hit the record button and the puppets automatically lip-synch to your voice.

Friends can work together with multiple puppets and create hilarious conversations. While recording, simply tap a puppet and that puppet will lip-synch, tap a different puppet and switch auto lip-synching to it. Switch backgrounds to take your puppets to different places, move the puppets, props and scenery to animate them while recording. Cartoon and photo realistic puppets are included. (description from iTunes)
Oral Communications Apps
Toontastic ($19.99) & Toontastic Jr ($2.99):
Top 17 Storytelling Apps
http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/07/top-20-free-digital-stotytelling-apps.html
Questions?
Any other sites or programs or Apps to add to this list?
Hopefully you learned one thing that you will take back and explore or share with someone or try in your class.
Doodlecast Pro
iPad App - $2.99
Pro - share with Dropbox
Con - no typing feature
Educreations
iPad App - Free
& Website
Pro - it's free! It has a text feature (can only type on App)
Con - Not as many features as Explain Everything
Explain Everything
iPad App - $2.99
Pro - can use text, pictures, movies and share with Dropbox
Con - only an App
others include...Voice Thread and Show Me. If you are interested in more details of how to use these applications you check them out on You Tube.
émissions: http://www.radio-canada.ca/tele/emissions
Radio Canada
pour les jeunes: http://www.radio-canada.ca/jeunesse/
FLE vidéo - http://www.flevideo.com/
Ces vidéos sont accompagnés de questions. Essayez Toto à la maison http://www.flevideo.com/fle_video_quiz_low_intermediate.php?id=4070
http://francolab.tv5.ca/
ce site est plutôt pour les élèves secondaires ou immersion intermédiaire
Connaissez-vous d'autres??
Padlet - http://padlet.com/features
This website lists some more Storytelling Apps for you to try.
Creating cartoons with Toontastic is as easy as putting on a puppet show - simply press the record button and tell your stories through play! Once you’re done, share your cartoons with friends & family around the world.
http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/ma-pose-de-mars/6514637/
Padlet can be used in many different brainstorming activities or discussions where participation can be active rather than passive for all students. Some suggestions for using padlet in the classroom are:
K-W-L charts for pre and post assessment
use as a formative assessment tool to check for student understanding
place a sentence starter on a wall and allow students to complete with their own ideas
allow students to ask questions about topics or assignments
use a wall for group research projects to share ideas and web addresses
showcase student work
use to collect feedback or as a ticket out the door

Padlet users can control the privacy settings and also can choose to moderate comments and approve before they appear.
http://classroom21.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Padlet
Taken from:
http://spanish4teachers.org/techblog/wallwisher-in-the-foreign-language-classroom/
Puppet Pals ($2.99) & Puppet Pals 2 ($4.99)
This app is as fun as your own creativity. Act out a story of Pirates on the high seas, fight as scary monsters, or play the part of a Wild West bandit on the loose. You can even combine any characters however you want!
https://toontube.launchpadtoys.com/126717

BBC - Ma France - http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/mafrance/flash/

Writing tasks
Google Drive
Flipsnack
FakePhone Text
fakephonetext.com
www.flipsnack.com
www.google.com
Apps to help with Reading
Jouons avec les mots
Magnetic Letters

French Word Wizard
French Words for Kids

Jeux pour lire avec Sami & Julie
http://www.flipsnack.com/MmeStapleton/fui4hqyq
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