GALL Google-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching 2013 Summer Workshop Pukyong National University Instructor:Anthony Schmidt Website:www.AnthonyTeacher.com
What is GALL GALL CALL Computer-Assisted Language Learning Google-Assisted Language Learning (and Teaching) Using adapted or specifically-designed software, multimedia, and web services to aid in language learning. -Language Labs -Web 2.0 Tools -Language Corpus -Games Using Google services to aid in both language learning and language instruction.
Why GALL -Free -Easy access -Web and mobile access -Widespread (ubiquitous) -Offers easy collaboration -Offers lots of customization -Easily use to manage courses -Support network already in place GALL Google-Assisted Language Learning (and Teaching) Using Google services to aid in both language learning and language instruction.
What will you learn in this workshop? GALL Student Focused Applications Collaborative writing projects (including peer editing), flashcards and dictionaries Student/Teacher Focused Applications Assignment distribution, rubrics and feedback, quizzes Teacher Focused Applications Collecting student data, gradebooks
Playing With Google Drive
What can students do with Google Drive? Playing With Google Drive With the other students, brainstorm some ideas for using the features of Google Drive you have just seen. • Collaborative group writing – students can write essays or do other writing projects together using Google Docs • General writing – students can do all their writing on Google Drive and submit it to you easily • Peer editing – students can peer edit each other’s paper using Google Drive. • Group presentations – students can create presentations together • Contributing to a group document – the teacher can create a document which all students can contribute to. For example, class stories, notes, or worksheets.
How is Google Drive collaborative? Playing With Google Drive Look at Activity 2
How is Google Drive collaborative? Playing With Google Drive Look at Activity 2 • These exercises showed how • Students can work synchronously to write or edit a document • How students can use the comment tool • How students can work asynchronously using the comment tool • Application • How can this be used in the classroom?
Document Creation / Document Sharing Playing With Google Drive Look at Activity 3 This activity will give you practice in creating and sharing a document. You can share a document: -Publicly – anyone can view/comment/edit IF they have the link -Privately – enter their email address and permission level -Can edit -Can comment -Can view It appears under “Shared with me” and you can make it part of your Drive by selecting the file and choosing “Add to My Drive”
Giving an Assignment Playing With Google Drive Look at Activity 4 • You can have students create documents, but sometimes its better to give them a template so all assignments are formatted and organized in the same way. • So, you can make a template. • How can you share a template URL? • Email – if you have a list of email addresses, you can send them the template link • Blog/Website – if you have a website, you can post the link there • Goo.gl – use this URL shortener to give students a short link to the template http://goo.gl/R0HDro • QR Code – Use www.goqr.me • Kakao – Share it through a Kakao message • Make Kakao groups for each class!