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Teaching and learning with technology in English and Language arts . By: Emily Justice and Ashley Neal . Question 1. What does ICT stand for? A. Interacting Computer Technology B. Information and Communication Technologies C. Internet Connection Technology

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teaching and learning with technology in english and language arts

Teaching and learning with technology in English and Language arts

By: Emily Justice and Ashley Neal

question 1
Question 1
  • What does ICT stand for?
    • A. Interacting Computer Technology
    • B. Information and Communication Technologies
    • C. Internet Connection Technology
    • D. International Computer Technologies
question 2
Question 2
  • The program WORDLE can be used as an integration strategy.
    • A. True
    • B. False
question 3
Question 3

New types of Literacy include

  • A. Digital Literacy
  • B. Informational Literacy
  • C. Letter A only
  • D. Both A and B
question 4
Question 4
  • Strategies to promote writing instruction using technology?
    • A. Pre-writing
    • B. Concept Mapping
    • C. Outlining
    • D. All of the above
question 5
Question 5
  • Technology gives students access to online published works which can make reading easier and more enjoyable.
    • A. True
    • B. False
issues and problems in english and language arts
Issues and problems in English and Language Arts
  • Responsibility for Teaching New Literacies
    • Digital Literacy: skills in using the information that technology devices carry, in addition to the skills in using the devices themselves.
    • Informational Literacy: a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information.
  • Need for New Instructional Strategies
    • Strategies to Foster Reading and Writing
    • Strategies requiring social interaction
issues and problems continued
Issues and Problems Continued
  • Challenges of Working with Diverse Learners
  • Challenges of Motivating Students to Read and Write
  • Teachers Growth as Literacy Professionals and Leaders
    • Students have the rights to teachers who use Information and Communication Technologies. (ICT)
issues and problems continued1
Issues And Problems continued
  • To teach or not to teach?
    • QWERTY Keyboarding: teaches the proper way to type on a keyboard
    • Cursive Writing
integration strategies
Integration Strategies
  • Support for Word Fluency and Vocabulary Development
      • Online practice in matching words with meanings
      • Online practice in matching letters and sounds
      • Online tools to engage students in vocabulary learning
      • www.readwritethink.org
      • www.brainpop.com
      • www.wordle.net
integration strategies1
Integration strategies
  • Support for Comprehension and Literacy
    • Using digital text to encourage engaged reading
    • Supported reading with software and portable assistive devices
      • Talking word processors
    • Digital storytelling
support for writing instruction
Support for writing instruction
  • Strategies for preparing to write
    • Pre-write
    • Outlining
    • Concept Mapping
  • Strategies to encourage writing
  • Using word processing to produce written drafts
writing instruction continued
Writing instruction continued
  • Modeling to support revising and editing written drafts
  • Providing feedback with grammar, spell-check and thesaurus features.
  • Providing feedback on student writing with editing tools
  • Digital publishing of student work
support for literature
Support for Literature
  • Assessing online copies of published work
  • Accessing background information on authors
  • Support for literacy analysis.
related websites
Related Websites
  • http://www.glencoe.com/sec/teachingtoday/subject/int_tech_lit_la.phtml
    • This website gives lesson ideas of how to incorporate technology into English and language art instruction. It talks about how you can use web quests, and connect to books online, and PowerPoint presentations.
  • http://www.citejournal.org/vol4/iss1/languagearts/article1.cfm
    • This website gives teachers a look at the benefits of using technology when teaching English and Language Arts as well as the struggles you might face. It also takes a look at how you can incorporate technology into instruction.
  • https://www.edsurge.com/n/because-you-asked-how-tech-can-transform-english-language-arts-class-from-good-to-great
    • This site is very good about giving reasons why technology should be used in the classroom as well as providing ways that technology can enhance student reading and gives ideas about assignments.
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