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Learning English with ICT

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Bettina Halskov

on 7 June 2011

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Learning English with ICT How can English teachers meet the demands regarding the use of ICT set by the Ministry of Education, and what role do the English advisers at the schools have in this context? Wednesday 06.08.2011, 9:30 a.m. Bettina Halskov The use of ICT is not a goal in itself - but a means to attain a dynamic foreign language teaching. Word processing programmes e-mail blogs social media web 2.0 web 2.0 = a common term for user generated content and the newest web technologies behind. i.e. podcasts - blogs - wikis - tagging - bookmarking - social networking. video recordings ->
skoletube,moviemaker etc. Podcasts and sound recordings
•International exchange
•Listening exercises
•Individual work
•Documentation Audacity www.freeplaymusic.com Film
Music videos
Photo stories
Narratives http://www.laerit.dk/web-2-0-didaktik-2-0/ →Being open minded
Trying things out/testing them
→Sharing of knowledge and experiences with others
→Common Objectives about how to include ICT Role of the English teacher Role of the English adviser • facilitator
• guide
• consultant
• co-teacher
• inspirer • student-driven learning
• open and flexible learning processes
• primarily work with project and problem based learning
• reality/concrete actions and reflections
• questions and construction
• research and invention
• cooperation
• group and community focused teaching
• open results
• create variation
• the computer as a tool for learning
• dynamic multimedia interactions
• worldwide communication
• performances and presentations estimated by experts, advisers, fellow students and oneself. Ideas
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