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The use of Web-quests in CLIL settings

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Jorge Andrés Mejia Laguna

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to to The Use of Webquests in CLIL October 5th, 2012 Componets of
Webquests M.Ed. in Educational Leadership.
Virginia Commonwealth University
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
j-mejial@javeriana.edu.co M.Ed. in Education
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
andres_hernandez@javeriana.edu.co WEBQUESTS IN CLIL SETTINGS •“Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 1998 – 2002” document, ICT were included as part of the Colombian Economical and Social development model.

•ICT were initially incorporated in Colombia by “Ministerio de Educación Nacional” in 2000 with the donation of language labs and an interactive software called “English Discoveries”.

•“Plan Nacional Decenal de Educación 2006-2016” document, it is stated that all schools must be provided with a technological infrastructure to support pedagogical processes. •Despite all these efforts and several studies on why and how to incorporate ICT in schools, there are rather few attempts to explain how teacher’s beliefs, attitudes and ICT competencies are influenced by training programs on the use of ICT.

•Many scholars agree that in order to develop effective ICT implementation processes, not only teachers’ ICT competencies should be modified, but also their beliefs and attitudes towards them. Triangulation: Comparing diagnostic results to intervention/evaluation outcomes WEBQUESTS THANKS! March (2007) It is a scaffolded learning structure that uses links to essential resources on the World Wide Web and an authentic task to motivate students’ investigation of an open-ended question, development of individual expertise, and participation in a group process that transforms newly acquired information into a more sophisticated understanding. Area (2004) It is a guided discovery learning strategy where students use the WWW resources. Adell (2004) Is an activity that proposes a task feasible and attractive for students and a process to do it during which students can analyze, synthesize, understand, transform, judge and evaluate, create new information, post and share Starr (2000) The Web quest is built around an engaging task causing higher thought processes. It's about doing something with the information. Ideally, it should correspond to something that in normal life adults do out of school. What is a webquest? "Teachers need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought, or an event." – Heidi-Hayes Jacobs Using ICT in ELT implies advantages and also challenges. The use of ICT in ELT requires new ways of teaching and learning. Dodge (1995) “An inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all of the information that learners interact with comes from resources on the internet, optionally supplemented with videoconferencing”. PROCESS CONCLUSION RESOURCES INTRODUCTION EVALUATION TASK (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Jorge A. Mejía L. Andrés Henández P. ICT in Education
What are Webquests?
Why to use them in CLIL settings?
How to use webquests
Meta-webquest
Questions? AGENDA sets the stage and provides some background information Description of what the learner will have
done at the end of the exercise Steps the learners should go through in
accomplishing the task List of information sources Rubrics or criteria to evaluate students Summarizes what has been learned and encourages further learning Why to use Webquests in CLIL? CONSTRUCTIVIST PERSPECTIVE Cooperative Learning
Student Centered
Active Learning
Positive Interdependence
Individual Accountability
Interpersonal Skills TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES ARE BASED ON PROJECTS AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT ROLES
Teacher: Facilitator
Student: Active learner Challenging
Student Centered How to use Webquests
in CLIL? 7. Type clear, concise
and engaging
activities for
all the components 8. Establish
criteria/rubrics to evaluate the task 6. Design your webquest
(webquestcreator.carm.es
- zunal.com -
webques.org -
aula21.net/Wqfacil) 4. Determine the
kind of task
you want your
students to do 5. Write an outline for
your
webquest 2. Analyze and use
webquests
created by other
teachers (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr 1. Read about what Webquests are. AUTHENTICITY Fusion of Language Education and Subject Education MEANINGFUL
STUDENTS ARE IN CONTACT WITH EVERY-DAY LANGUAGE SETTINGS THAT ARE APPLICABLE TO THEIR LIVES
CULTURE IS A CORE AREA TO USE. 3. Choose a topic you
would like your students to work on and find web resources (images,
videos, texts) about it Where start? to WEBQUESTS IN CLIL SETTINGS “Teaching in the Internet
age means we must teach
tomorrow’s skills today.”
Jennifer Fleming "The illiterate of the 21st
century won't be those who
can't read & write but
those who can't learn,
unlearn & relearn"
- Alvin Toffler COMMUNICATION CONTENT Contextual Tasks Enhances Creativity
Fosters Students motivation in class http://webquest.carm.es/majwq/wq/ver/30668
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