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Blended learning-SLP

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JoAnn Miller

on 10 May 2016

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Transcript of Blended learning-SLP

Material you can get for free

Activities you (or your students) can make
Where should I start?
How can I use all of these wondrous resources?
Blended Learning
JoAnn Miller

Tablet Computers
Cellphone/Smartphone /Tablets /Apps
Podcasts: A podcast is a computer audio file.

The most common file format is mp3.

A podcast can be listened to on a computer or transferred to a portable music player such as an iPod and listened to anytime.
My Story, Maria Merlos
Digital Storytelling is the modern expression of the ancient art of storytelling. Digital stories derive their power by weaving images, music, narrative and voice together, thereby giving deep dimension and vivid color to characters, situations, experiences, and insights.
- Leslie Rule, Digital Storytelling Association
Many students already have them

They let students work with equipment they are already acquainted with

Some are relatively inexpensive

They can be shared
Mobile devices
Pete Sharma, Teaching technologies: Types of technology used in teaching www.onestopenglish.com/section.asp?docid=154440
Use at home independently

Set task in class (homework)

Use in class (lab)
Textbook CD-Rom/Website
Blended learning isn’t new…..

Students can record themselves and then play it back
--Elba Mendez Garcia, BUAP, Mexico
Made by teachers, schools or companies
exercises, tests, references
listening, pronunciation
reading, writing
Ready-made Quizzes and Worksheets
Blended Learning
Activities you (or your students) can make
"Traditional" Internet Activities
Hotlist: list of sites, bibliography

Treasure Hunt: for specific information

Sampler: choose what they want to do

WebQuest: in depth investigation and oral collaboration and presentation
Reading lessons

Guided through a complete lesson plan based on a text from the Internet

Can include: vocabulary, pronunciation, roots and stems, grammar and questions

Can include images

Saved as pdf file….completely formatted
Lesson Writer
Sites for Student Activities and Projects
English Train
The teachers cared most about how the devices could capture moments that told stories about their students’ experiences in school.
Instead of focusing on what was
coming out
of the iPad, they were focused on what was
going into
At ZIS, every student has a blog or, in the case of younger children, a digital portfolio that teachers maintain.
You don't have to...
Choose the activities that fit with your
course and that you’re comfortable with.
Choose ONE new technique each session.
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