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Transcript of English Vocation
Let's help our students say it in English
The reward is direct...
Where do 2.0 apps fit in all this?
We can express ourselves through image and text...
Working with video
2.0 Apps can help us cover all skills... let's have a look at some of them
Rubrics are possibly the best way...
Tasks with videos can be extremely helpful and rewarding....
They can help us engage our students into speaking and communicating
...and illustrate stories, projects, ideas...
We can write to describe, communicate, give our opinion, instructions...
They are easy to learn... even for me
They foster creativity
They are rewarding
...and they are very collaborative
What do we need to achieve with our students?
Make them speak!!!
Oral English is paramount in their professional careers and their personal life
There's no point in learning how to use tenses and structures....
If you don't know how to use them communicatively
This is why we should do our best to speak English with our students in class
The minute they see they
can say something in English...
That helps them raise their learner's
...and makes them feel confident to speak!
Create flipbooks with instructions, descriptions...
Create newspaper clip images describing projects or events
Guides and instructions for processes, recipes...
Thunks: Publish questions and collect answers
Decidealready: Surveys and questions
Allrecipes.com: Teach and learn how to cook
Domoanimate: Easy and catchy animations to tell stories and illustrate ideas
Pixton: Comic strips to describe and simulate real life situations
Buncee: Create virtual posters/boards to display information, illustrate ideas and defend opinions
Digital timelines where we can explain processes along history, the evolution of a product or any other time-related evolution
Thinglink turns images into interactive elements with text, image, audio and video enriching the image like a multimedia presentation
Provided the task is not: "Watch the film and comment it with your partner"
Let's create alternative texts, lets put voice to video, or write questions related and embeddable in the video itself
We will be able to describe processes, evolutions, instructions... or even give our opinion
VYou turns video into a learning tool
Watch2gether: Comment a video with students in real time.
Present.me: Combine video presentations with p. points... Students can describe processes as they show their presentation
If you need to make them speak...
Ask students to initiate debates or join those of their colleagues and ask them to record their voice into a thread of opinion
-They can be adapted from other rubrics
-We can decide what to assess and how
-Students know what aspects are going to be assessed, and what the expectations are
2.0 Apps can help us carry out our goals in a more engaging way...
Make our students use English communicatively...
Edpuzzle helps you edit videos with additional information such as text, questions, comments, or even add your own soundtrack!
Just one thing... how can I assess all this?