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Using Technological Resources in the Classroom. Internet and multimedia resources. Internet Wikis Blogs E-mail exchange projects. (ePALS) CD-Roms Video-conferencing Presentation software (Power Point). What is a Wiki?. Content managment system

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Using technological resources in the classroom

Using Technological Resources in the Classroom


Internet and multimedia resources

Internet and multimedia resources

  • Internet

  • Wikis

  • Blogs

  • E-mail exchange projects. (ePALS)

  • CD-Roms

  • Video-conferencing

  • Presentation software (Power Point)


What is a wiki

What is a Wiki?

  • Content managment system

  • Allows people to collaboratively develop a Web site without ant tech-savvy

  • Wiki = quick (in Hawaiian)

  • All communnity member can add to or edit the work of others.


What are blogs

What are Blogs?

  • If you've been surfing the web for the past year or five, you've undoubtedly heard of "blogs" or weblogs. These personal Internet journals have taken the Internet by storm. Frequently updated and written in a personal tone, a blog is a diary or journal where the writer or "blogger" will write her observations on the world or provide links to useful websites. Different bloggers write about different themes, sort of like a newspaper columnist but with no specialized training necessary.


Using technological resources in the classroom

  • Blogs have become so mainstream that the word "blog" was Merriam-Webster's word of the year in 2004. It has even become a category on the hit television game show, Jeopardy. Families now use blogs to keep in touch and teachers assign blogs as writing assignments. "Newsweek" magazine even recommends a few notable blogs each week to its readers.

  • It appears that blogging is here to stay. If you've considered a blog, you'll be happy to learn that many services make creating your own blog as easy as typing and clicking. Why not start your own blog?


Http yulyanchirinos blog co uk

http://yulyanchirinos.blog.co.uk/


Http yulyanchirinos blogspot com

http://yulyanchirinos.blogspot.com


Wikis vs blogs

No one owns content

No specific organization

Anyone can edit other people’s work

Perpetual work in progress

Good for collaborative group work.

A person owns their post

Organized in reverse chronological order

Only author can edit their own work. (others can comment)

Posts are permanent

Good for disseminating info/starting a dialogue

Wikis vs Blogs


E mail pals

E-mail Pals

  • Having students correspond with students in other parts of the country or world is a powerful way to get them to better understand the differences and similarities that exist between people around the world. Sites like Epals make it easy to setup and monitor student email discussions and also reinforce the lost art of letter writing.


Epals

ePALS

  • ePALS connects learners around the world for sharing and exchanges that foster literacy, language and critical thinking skills in a fun and safe environment.


Http www epals com

http://www.epals.com/


Phonetics http www uiowa edu acadtech phonetics

Phoneticshttp://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/

About the Phonetics Flash Animation project:

  • This site contains animated libraries of the phonetic sounds of English, German and Spanish. Available for each consonant and vowels an animated articulatory diagram, a step-by-step description, and video-audio of the sound spoken in context. It is intended for students of phonetics, linguistics and foreign language. There is also an interactive diagram of the articulatory anatomy


Http www uiowa edu acadtech phonetics

http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/


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