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Facebook for Language Learning purpose
Transcript of Facebook for Language Learning purpose
Provides a great way to you to stay in touch with people who may have moved away.
Get feedback on ideas immediately or to ask questions and get answers quickly.
Share multiple points of view:
Sheltered individuals may not understand how many different points of view that people have, and that it's possible for people to hold drastically different beliefs.
Talking to Other Students:
This could be a great way for students to get in touch with other students in the same school, or when they're considering a college or new school. Advantages 1.- Ask for information
2.- Attend remote lectures
3.- Museums and more
4.- Firsthand research
5.- Learning games
6.- Public polling
Ways to use Facebook in the Classroom
Resources How can we use this social network to teach? Facebook is a social networking service
launched in February 2004.
Facebook has over one billion active users, more than half of them using Facebook on a mobile device. Users must register before using the site, after which they may create a personal profile, add other users as friends, and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Additionally, users may join common-interest user groups, organized by workplace, school or college, or other characteristics, and categorize their friends into lists such as "People From Work" or "Close Friends". Educators are still finding great ideas for putting Facebook to work on our list. But at the same time, Facebook has changed so much, and the site has even more to offer for the classroom. acebook is so much more than vapid status updates. You can find resources for research, which all graduate students in master’s degree programs know the extent of research needed on any given topic, connect with local (and international) public figures, and find out what's new and interesting in museums. Projects & Assignments 1.- Rise to meet a challenge
2.- Book reviews:
3.- Get support
4.- Offer extra credit
5.- Documenting Growth
6.- Teaching 21st century skills
7.- Ask students to create content
9.- A lesson in social media etiquette
10.- Exam practice
11.- Reading summaries 1.- Import your class blog to Facebook
2.- Ask parents to get involved
3.- Archived videos
4.- Document class trips
5.- Highlighting vocabulary
6.- Make graphs out of parent data
7.- Explore Questions
8.- Archive discussions
9.- Posting educational content
Give students, parents, and your community something of value by sharing knowledge and resources through the power of Facebook. 1.- Ask for feedback on assignments and activities
2.- Writing workshops
Practice foreign language with native speaker
3.- Encourage online participation
4.- Create study groups
5.- Get connected with guest speakers
6.- Students can discuss work through Notes
7.- Connect with classes around the world
8.- Discuss classroom ideas with other teachers
Collaboration & Discussion
Students in bachelor’s and master’s degree programs alike, educational professionals, and even parents can get together for collaboration and discussion through Facebook. 1.- Organize different classes into groups
2.- Familiarize yourself with students
3.- Share positive updates
4.- Continue discussions on Facebook
5.- Parents can learn about what kids are doing
6.- Ask for feedback on exams
7.- Improve classroom participation Classroom Management & Organization These ideas offer great ways to enrich your classroom with personal connection, reminders, and tools for organization. Social Media as Learning Tools