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Southern New Hampshire University. MSTEFL Program EFL 537 CALL Web-Based Lesson: One-line visit to the zoo Presenter: Imane Naji Amrani Instructor: Prof. Lyra Riabov. Content. Description of Class Material Objectives Procedure Evaluation. Description of Class.

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southern new hampshire university

Southern New Hampshire University

MSTEFL Program

EFL 537 CALL

Web-Based Lesson: One-linevisit to the zoo

Presenter: Imane Naji Amrani

Instructor: Prof. Lyra Riabov

content
Content
  • Description of Class
  • Material
  • Objectives
  • Procedure
  • Evaluation
description of class
Description of Class
  • Native Language Background: Multilanguage background
  • Language Proficiency Level: High-Intermediate
  • Age: Young Adults
  • Class Size: About 10 students
  • Previous Computer Work: Utilizing MS Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and e-mails
  • Recent Work: Learning about domestic animals
  • Class Goals: Improving students speaking and listening skills; building up online research ability; and encouraging group learning
materials
Materials
  • Computers connected to the internet
  • White board (optional)
  • Electronic websites
objectives
Objectives

Language Objectives:

  • increasing speaking fluency.
  • Developing the students skills to state their point of view.

Computer Literacy Objectives:

  • Knowing how to find out about animals online.
  • Knowing how to open links by clicking on icons
procedure pre computer activities
Procedure:Pre-computer activities
  • Start the class by sharing my personal experience in the zoo, and ask students to talk about theirs.
  • Introduce the lesson objectives and make students prepare a list of the animals they want to see in the online zoo.
  • Make students form groups of three. (optional)
in the computer lab
In the computer lab
  • Modeling for the students how to use the website Electronic Zoo to search for animals
  • Students will use the website provided in the class to look for the animals they have in their lists.
  • The students think about the animal they choose to talk about after the activity in the lab.
practice activity
Practice activity
  • After the modeling, students will be asked to practice and surf in the web to gather as much information as possible on the animal the want to present.
  • Students will learn how to open a link by clicking on the icon in the web.
application
Application
  • Students will use the gathered information for their power point presentation.
  • Students will come up with new online zoos to present in their class report.
follow up activities
Follow up Activities

Homework

  • Students will prepare a report on their experience in the computer lab explaining the different steps they went through to research in the website.

Presentation:

  • The students will deliver an oral presentation in the class about the animal they want to talk about.
challenging facts
Challenging facts
  • Students may be unfamiliar with the use of the online zoo.
  • Students may be distracted by the use of other websites.
  • Students may come up with too many information that they will not need in their presentation.
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Students will be evaluated on an on-going basis during the class and the lab activities(25%).
  • The teacher will keep a rubric with the name of all the students to evaluate their contribution and use of the website(25%).
  • The teacher will grade the students according to the final presentation and the report (50%)
extension
Extension
  • This lesson can also be used for advanced students to show them how to use bigger motors of research.
  • We can use this lesson to teach other subjects such as grammar or listening as long as the teacher provides the students with the websites he wants them to use.