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  1. WEB 2.0 For Teachers

  2. Teaching & Learning Experience • One way communication • Linear process • Text-based • Time and place bound • Multi channel communication • Non-Linear • Text-based, Audio, Video Based • No time and place boundaries

  3. Teaching & Learning today VS in Change ROLE Teachers’ & Students’

  4. By Bill Ferriter

  5. What is WEB 2.0 vimeo google google wordpress picasa

  6. WEB 2.0 & Language Learning • Listening ( Podcast, Youtube, Vimeo , Teacher Tube etc) • Speaking (Digital Story telling1,2 Conferencing, Presenting) • Reading (Digital Story telling, WebQuest) • Writing (Blogging, MiniBlogging, Wiki, Chatting, Digital Story telling, Wordle)

  7. I am not a technogeek ? Can I use TECHNOLOGY

  8. Web 2.0 Apps • Reading & Writing (Digital story telling) • Animoto • Storybird • Photosnack • Toondoo • Presentation • Movenote • Videoscribe • Prezi • Conferencing and Collaboration • Wiggio • Google drive • Utility • Google drive • Classmarker • Engrade • Wordle

  9. Not knowing WHERE TO GO & WHAT TO DO REMEMBER !!!

  10. Searching tips Google advance search: • Quotation mark : “languages in Indonesia” • Excluding mark : Partai di Indonesia –PDI • Within Site Search : Site:www.voa.com Indonesia • Filetype : Kurikulum 2013 filetype:ppt • OR : English OR Arabic • Define : define: search • Unit conversion : 4 USD to IDR atau 4 x 3 • Link : link : www.uinsby.ac.id • Related : related:www.agoda.com • Info : info:www.kemenag.go.id Combine these search operators to create more complex queries. Want to search a specific website for a PDF file, created between 2001 and 2003, that contains a specific phrase but not another phrase? Go ahead.

  11. Over to you

  12. Using blogs for teaching – • some ideas • Class debates • Poetry or story collections • Creative writing • Novel or story reviews • Commenting on essential questions • Responding to photos of art, historical figures, and audio files of music or speeches • “chain stories” • Writing journals • Reflective diaries • Photo blog with captions (e.g for earlier stages of FLL) (adapted from Langer de Ramirez, 2010, 18)