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Published on February 16, 2014

Author: Mariehel2

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The slides I will be using at my upcming webinar on February 17.
Feel free to join us!
Information to join the webinar: http://v.gd/MHF21
17. 02. 2014 - 19:00h - 20:30h
Access link: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/web20tools/

21st century ICT tools to engage your language students Giraux Sannier high school February 17, 2014. Marie-Hélène Fasquel.

Biography ESL teacher ICT trainer eTwinning ambassador Microsoft Expert Educator Global Forum participant (Barcelona, March 2014) Author (Ellipses) 2

Why use 21st century tools? 3

Main objectives of the language teacher To engage your our students To help them discover their full potential (digital natives but…) To help them change the world a little bit at a time To allow them to communicate in an authentic manner 4

Main objectives of the language teacher To help them connect with a global audience To develop their taste for studies, their taste for knowledge building… To showcase their works and to help them develop their various talents. And so on…This list is endless! 5

How? 6

Collaboration with students from other all over the world On e-Twinning you need a project, partners. Then you start your project together and your students start interacting. Through teachers‘ networks (PiL, esl printables for ESL teachers, isl collective for various languages) You contact teachers with similar interests, ask them to join you in a project, and start from there! 7

Collaboration On Twitter (select a specific hashtag: for instance: #fasquel-webinar We can try this straight away! On Titanpad (or any other pad) On Padlet On Google Docs On eTwinning Twinspace 8

Your ideas Any other ideas? How do you have your students collaborate online with other schools? 9

Real-life issues Choose real-life issues and ask your students to defend a real cause, for instance: * Environmental issues * Sustainability (the future of our planet) * Poverty * Gender equality * Racism, discrimination, violence * Freedom of speech 10 * Addiction…

Your projects Can you share more ideas with us? Can you tell us about the projects you chose to engage your students? 11

Gamification Using games and interactive activities: They are perfect because * you can interact * You have to solve a problem * You can win 12 * They can become addictive (well… we can dream of getting our students addicted to learning!) * They are fun & entertaining (our students do not feel they are working!) 12

Game generators My content curation Web page for students Spelling city, 13 game generator Classtools , game generator Quizlet, flashcards, games environment quiz 13

Game generators Spelling city, game generator Vocabulary game generator 14 Whodunnit example Environment example Video tutorial 14

Game generators Classtools , game generator Arcade game15 generator. Fun and nice for students. Repetitive  memorable experience An example 15

Game generators Quizlet, flashcards, games environment quiz 16 16

Games? Do you use games to teach? Which ones? Can you add a link please? You can answer on this Google Form I will share the responses with you after the webinar. 17

Selecting rewards Selecting the best works Rewarding them with diplomas & little prizes If possible, associating the school’s headmaster/headmistress diploma generator 18

Writing * You can select an assignment And ask your students to work together (choose the setting, the characters, the topic, write together, proofread their work…) Newspaper clipping generator: Fodey Making ebooks: one of my projects What are your favourite writing tools? Tasks? 19

Speaking Podcasting – Podbean Vocaroo –sending audio messages via email Animoto: to make a 30 second video (with pictures, text, sound) One example What are your favourite speaking tools? Tasks? 20

Reading Reading excerpts or books and then making online quizzes for their peers. What are your favourite reading tasks? 21

Listening Choose an online listening webiste (audiolingua, …) divide your class into different groups with different listening asignments at home (flipped classroom), ask your students to prepare a short talk about the audio or video they have studied, and share their findings with their peers as a speaking task. What are your favourite listening tools? Tasks? 22

Listening Some useful video links * vimeo * teacher tube * BBC history * BBC history for kids 23

Content curation for different languages German Spanish Italian French as a foreign language English 24

Content curation and new projects Scoop.it! curation 2 ongoing projects: Gamification  learning while creating games and playing them. games curation The Flipped Classroom flipped classroom curation 25

Free online Courses Training courses with three different levels: the Training Provider Program at www.piltrainer.com However to be able to access all the information and Professional Development, you first have to apply to be part of that network. 26

Connecting with teachers worldwide Partners in Learning If you are interested in joining, I will send you an invitation: please fill in this form? Which of the online tools we discussed today do you already know/use? Any other online communities you recommend? Could you tell us about your own class projects? And add links please? 27

“The Partners in Learning Network is a global online resource and community for educators and school leaders designed to encourage collaboration and the spread of ideas to improve education worldwide.”


Community Discussions discussions content uploads collaboration opportunity for audience and programs. Add comments/replies to LA, Tutorials, and Free Tools. Users can upload an image, Office applications, PDFs, or video with a discussion 31

Contact -- References Feel free to contact me! mhfasquel@gmail.com On Twitter : @mariehel2 Slideshare My files on Slideshare. Blog All the links and more information On Facebook, Linked.In & Google+, eTwinning: Marie Helene Fasquel 32

Thank you! Thank you very much for your attention! 33

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