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WeB 2.0 FOR THE MFL classROOM. Sara Vaughan http://sdvaughan.edublogs.org @ sdlasvegas @ lang_se. What is Web 2.0 technology?. Examples of Web 2.0 include. Social networking sites  Blogs/Wikis  V ideo sharing hosted services W eb applications M ashups Folksonomies.

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web 2 0 for the mfl classroom
WeB 2.0 FOR THE MFL classROOM

Sara Vaughan

http://sdvaughan.edublogs.org

@sdlasvegas

@lang_se

examples of web 2 0 include
Examples of Web 2.0 include
  • Social networking sites 
  • Blogs/Wikis 
  • Video sharing
  • hosted services
  • Web applications
  • Mashups
  • Folksonomies
slide5

Whether Web 2.0 is qualitatively different from prior web technologies has been challenged by World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee, who called the term a "piece of jargon",precisely because he intended the Web in his vision as "a collaborative medium, a place where we [could] meet and read and write"

what are the benefits for the classroom
What are the benefits for the classroom?
  • Students already participate in life on a global level.
  • Students have the ability to reach audiences far beyond our classroom walls, which make it language for purpose.
  • Self-publishing aspects, as well as the speed with which their work becomes available for consumption & feedback, gives students more control over their learning and ideas.
  • Students have the opportunity to share and explore learning with their peers and others– therefore learning can be more collaborative and/or student-centered.
1 online sticky notes
1. Online sticky notes

Wallwisher

Linoit

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3. Blogging & WIKIS

Typepad

Posterous

Blogger

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3. SOFTWAREadd ons

Triptico

Tarsia

Classdojo

slide13

4. Creative tools

jigsawplanet

Wigflip

imagechef

vuvox

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5. News/IMAGE collection

Paper.li

newsmap

Bing

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6. Audience PArticipation

polleverywhere

Classtools.net

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7.Twitter

tweetdeck

twtpoll

twtmap

@/#

8 social networking site
8. Social NETWOrking site
  • Facebook pages
  • Edmodo
pencilchat
#pencilchat

“Anything that is in the World when you are born is normal and ordinary and just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything invented between when you are 15 -35 yrs is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. Anything invented after 35 is against the natural order of things.”

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where on the web
Where ON THE WEB?
  • http://sdvaughan@edublogs.co.uk
  • Linguanet forum
  • MFL resources
  • Primary Resources
  • TES resources & discussion
  • #mfltwitterati
  • #ukedchat
  • @sdlasvegas