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E-Learning in English Language Teaching and Learning Kasamaporn Maneekao Sonthida Keyuravong King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Presented at Thammasat Language Institute, September 8 th , 2007 Outline of presentation Tasks Definitions and types of E-learning

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e learning in english language teaching and learning

E-Learning in English Language Teaching and Learning

Kasamaporn Maneekao

Sonthida Keyuravong

King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi

Presented at Thammasat Language Institute, September 8th, 2007

©2007 Kasamaporn Maneekao and Sonthida Keyuravong

outline of presentation
Outline of presentation
  • Tasks
  • Definitions and types of E-learning
  • Uses of E-learning in ELT
  • Resources for E-learning in ELT
  • Integrating E-learning into ELT
  • Workshop: Integrating E-learning into ELT

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tasks
Tasks

Get into 5 groups and do the following tasks:

  • Group 1 – Using a non-dedicated web site
  • Group 2 – Using a dedicated web site
  • Group 3 – Using an in-house CD ROM
  • Group 4 – Using a commercial CD ROM or an online program
  • Group 5 – Using an in-house online program

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definition of e learning
Definition of E-learning

An education innovation that has transformed the use of traditional way of learning to the use of modern technology such as video, computer, CD ROM, internet, intranet, satellite, etc. to deliver content of learning through electronic equipment in various learning environment ranging from learning with the teacher in the classroom using computer, web-based learning and distant learning.

http://www.capella.edu/elearning

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Definition of E-learning

Learning facilitated and supported through the use of information and communications technology, e-learning can cover a spectrum of activities from supported learning, to blended learning (the combination of traditional and e-learning practices), to learning that is entirely online. Whatever the technology, however, learning is the vital element. internal.bath.ac.uk/web/cms-wp/glossary.html

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Definition of E-learning

The delivery of a learning, training or education program by electronic means. E-learning involves the use of a computer or electronic device (e.g. a mobile phone) in some way to provide training, educational or learning material.

http://derekstockley.com.au/elearning-definition.html

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Traditional way of teaching

uses chalks and board

content of learning delivered by teacher

learning environment is limited with only teachers in class

have limited choice of learning

E-learning

- usesmodern technology

content of learning delivered by electronic equipment

learning environment ranges from being with T in class to using computer with teachers and using computer on one’s own

have various choices of learning

Definition of E-learning

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uses of e learning in elt
Uses of E-learning in ELT

Tools vs Tutors

supplement

complement

Blended learning

Fully online

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e learning as tools
E-learning as tools
  • Supplement –
    • part of classroom instruction
    • learners make the decision to learn or not
    • activities e.g. reviewing what has been taught, doing exercises, or doing reading assignment before class discussion, etc.

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e learning as tools10
E-learning as tools
  • Complement –
    • a part of classroom instruction
    • teachers assign learners to learn specific content or search for specific info on the internet.
    • learners do the activities designed by teachers
    • work is evaluated at the end

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e learning as tutors
E-learning as tutors

 Replaces teaching in the classroom. The content is completed in itself and can be divided into 2 types:

  • Blended learning – combines online and face-to-face approaches
  • Fully online – truly online and learners are on their own.

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the continuum of technology based learning
The Continuum of Technology-Based Learning

Tools

Tutors

Tutors

Face-to-face

teaching

Classroom

aids

Face-to-face

E-learning

(mixed mode)

Distance

Education

NO E-LEARNING

FULLY E-LEARNING

Bates (2003) Effective Teaching with Technology in Higher Education

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resources for e learning in elt
Resources for E-learning in ELT

Stand-alone Networked

Online/web-based learning

Multimedia programs used on

computers (hard drive or from

CD Rom)

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Resources on the internet

WWW

A resource for

information

CMC

A tool for

communication

Dedicated EFL

web sites

Non-dedicated

web sites

  • CLOSED
  • E-mail
  • Web cam
  • OPENED
  • Bulletin Board
  • VDO conference
  • Discussion list
  • For materials
  • development
  • For language practice
  • For project work

INFO LITERACY SKILLS

&

ICT SKILLS

Requires efficient

and effective

management of

information

Requires

management of

information and

netiquette

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Jarvis, The Teacher Trainer (2002)

2 approaches in using technology for language learning
2 approaches in using technology for language learning
  • Focus on TECHNOLOGY
    • What is technology and how I can use it in teaching English?

– the reasons of use of technology is from Ts

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2 approaches in using technology for language learning
  • Focus on PEDAGOGY
    • What language learning do students need and how can technology help?
    • Ts think about what Ss needs (curriculum) and what technology can help Ss to learn better

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pedagogy before technology
Pedagogy before Technology

“Technology is not a panacea or a magic bullet that suddenly transforms all learning. The effectiveness of educational technology depends on how it is employed to meet educational goals for particular kinds of students in specific language learning environment…”

Oxford and others 1998

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what technology cannot do
What technology cannot do!

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integrating e learning into elt things to consider
Integrating E-learning into ELT(Things to consider)

TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM

integrate

WHY?

WHEN?

WHERE?

WHAT?

HOW?

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WHY?
  • What is/are your purpose(s) of integrating technology into your English curriculum?
    • To expose learners to authentic use of language
    • To consolidate learning (practice everything learnt)
    • To motivate learning
    • To prepare learners for the real world
    • Etc.

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HOW?
  • How are you going to use the technology for the learners?
    • As a tool to supplement or complement your class?
    • Or as a tutor to replace your teaching?

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WHAT?
  • What resources are you going to use?
    • a non-dedicated web site
    • a dedicated web site
    • an in-house CD ROM
    • a commercial CD ROM or an online program
    • an in-house online program

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where
WHERE?
  • In which part of the curriculum do you want to integrate technology?
    • At the end of each unit
    • One project after mid term and another project after the final
    • One main project at the end of the semester
    • Etc.

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WHEN?
  • At what stage of your instruction do you want to include technology?
    • At the beginning
    • At the presentation stage
    • At the Practice stage
    • At the end (Task stage)

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steps
STEPS
  • Decide why you want to include technology in your teaching (WHY?)
  • Decide how technology is going to be used in your teaching  Tools or Tutors (HOW?)
  • Survey ways technology can be used (WHAT?)
  • Study the curriculum (map it out)

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steps continued
STEPS(continued)
  • Decide where (which units) and when (at which stage of lessons) to integrate technology (WHERE & WHEN?)
  • Design the activities/projects

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workshop
WORKSHOP
  • Plan on how you can integrate technology into your English curriculum, considering why, what, how, when, where?)
  • Choose a few recourses that are available at your Self-access Center and design one web-based activity for use with one of your units.

©2007 Kasamaporn Maneekao and Sonthida Keyuravong