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Using Moodle for Language Learning. Stephanie Lint-P é rez DeWitt High S chool Dewitt, M ichigan [email protected] MWLA Presentation Agenda. What is Moodle? What can it do for you? “Blended Course” Management Proficiency Learning What does a Moodle Class look like ?

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Using moodle for language learning

Using Moodle for Language Learning

Stephanie Lint-Pérez

DeWitt High School

Dewitt, Michigan

[email protected]


Mwla presentation agenda

MWLA Presentation Agenda

  • What is Moodle? What can it do for you?

  • “Blended Course” Management

    • Proficiency Learning

  • What does a Moodle Class look like?

    • Spanish III class example

    • Online Assignments

    • Offline assignments

  • Rich Internet Tools

    • Conversations

  • Why use Moodle?

  • Resources I often use


What is moodle

What is Moodle?

  • Course Management System

  • Open Source

  • Designed using pedagogical principles

  • Effective online learning communities


What can moodle do for you

What can Moodle do for you?

Moodle can help you to:

  • cut back on paper costs

  • present more authenticated materials

  • dig deeper into culture topics

  • connect to language and culture now

  • organize your course

  • help students who fall behind or struggle with alternative tasks

  • give quick and effective feedback to students on formative assessments

  • give your students oral language practice


Blended course management

“Blended Course” Management

  • Proficiency-Based Learning

  • New way to present material

  • Authenticated Materials

  • Organizing Material

  • Repository/Assessments

  • Communication to students

  • Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussions


Features of moodle

Features of Moodle


The front page of a spanish class on moodle

The Front Page of a Spanish Class on Moodle


What does a moodle class look like cont

What Does A Moodle Class Look Like, cont.

  • The Front Page, cont.


Using moodle s features for spanish class

Using Moodle’s Features for Spanish Class

  • Course Documents

  • Repository

    • Learning Targets, Vocabulary Lists, Grammar Packets, Lecture Notes, Power Points

  • Online Assignments

    • Journals, Chats, Forums

  • Formative Assessments

    • Exam View

  • Offline Assignments


Course documents

Course Documents

  • Syllabus Materials

  • Frequently Used Course Resources


Repository

Repository

  • Vocabulary Lists, Learning Targets, Grammar Packets


Online assignments journal

Online Assignments: Journal


Online assignment response to an article

Online Assignment: Response to an Article


Chat and forums

Chat and Forums

  • Students can enter a safe, online chat room

    • Groups

    • Thematic Units

    • Responses to reading

    • Review for assessments


Forum

Forum


Forum cont

Forum, cont.


Grammar lessons

Grammar Lessons


Glossary feature

Glossary Feature


Enhanced online tools conversations

Enhanced Online Tools: Conversations

http://ria.clear.msu.edu/


Online quiz

Online Quiz


Survey

Survey

  • Use the survey feature to see how things are going


Why should you moodle

Why Should You Moodle?

  • Youwill have access to a variety of teaching and learning experiences that meet the needs of many types of learners.

  • Your students can communicate with you and with peers in a form that is very familiar to them.

  • You can use the built-in tools to quickly and easily create an online learning environment for your students.

  • You can tailor your tools and resources to fit the unique needs of each of your students.

  • Your resources can be made accessible to students and parents outside the walls of your school building.

  • It's FREE and easy to use!


Resources i ve used

Resources I’ve Used


Resources i use

Resources I use

  • www.moodle.org

  • Link to a fantastic free online pdf book which has 701 e-learning tips!!

    • http://www.masie.com/701tips/

  • Link to 100 Helpful Web Tools for every kind of learner.

    • http://www.collegeathome.com/blog/2008/06/10/100-helpful-web-tools-for-every-kind-of-learner/

  • Moodle Demo Course

    • http://demo.moodle.net/course/view.php?id=5

  • Getting Started with Moodle for Teachers

    • http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/Getting_started_for_teachers

  • MSU CLEAR'S Rich Internet Applications

    • http://ria.clear.msu.edu/


Which can are you in

Which Can Are You In?

Are we each taking time to “sharpen the saw?”

We all need to be lifelong learners, and our changing technology landscape makes this clearer than ever.

We all need to be in the “sharp” can! Sharp and getting sharper!


I ll leave you with this thought

I'LL LEAVE YOU WITH THIS THOUGHT......

“Techies” don't necessarily make the best online instructors. An interest in pedagogy should come first, technology second.” (unknown)


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