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Into, Through, and Beyond the ESL Computer Lab Jim Brice, San Diego Community College Into, Through, and Beyond the ESL Computer Lab Jim Brice, San Diego Community College District www. eslwithjim. wordpress. com Goals of The Presentation: You will 1. Understand the rationale and principles of student centered technology integration 2. Become familiar with ESL software and web sites 3. Become confident about taking your class to the lab https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=5 vu 2 tyk 8 cvc

Focus Questions • How much experience have you had using computers to teach? • Focus Questions • How much experience have you had using computers to teach? • What are some concerns you have about bringing a class to an ESL computer lab? • This seems like a lot of effort. What are some advantages to using computers versus traditional books to teach or augment a lesson? What are some advantages for students? • https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=5 vu 2 tyk 8 cvc

“It’s OK” “Everyone is at some stage on the path of technology awareness. Identify “It’s OK” “Everyone is at some stage on the path of technology awareness. Identify the stages represented in your audience and be prepared to address each stage. Attempt to determine this through observation, conference, or interview. It is important to remember — and possibly to even convey to the audience — that wherever one is, it is ok. ” (Edvancenet Consortium http: //www. edvancenet. org/ )

Agenda • Introductions • Into, Through, and Beyond as a Process • Focus Questions, Agenda • Introductions • Into, Through, and Beyond as a Process • Focus Questions, Reading*, Commandments • Demonstrations of Software, Internet, Word Activities • Review of major points and final comments • Lunch

Rationale for Helping Teachers and Students Get Into, Through, and Beyond the Computer Lab Rationale for Helping Teachers and Students Get Into, Through, and Beyond the Computer Lab

“Show Me The …. ” • Barry Bakin, a recognized ESL/technology authority, says that “Show Me The …. ” • Barry Bakin, a recognized ESL/technology authority, says that students’ acquisition of technology skills contributes to the students’, teachers’, and schools’ economic success, because it increases students’ employability, program attendance, and CASAS benchmarks. He also says using technology makes him a better teacher.

More Rationale For Teachers and Students • Background reading in back section of my More Rationale For Teachers and Students • Background reading in back section of my online handout for you to read later at the web site – if money wasn’t a big enough incentive!

OTAN’S Technology Integration Mentoring Academy’s 10 Guiding Principles of Technology Integration “First…student-centered teaching strategies OTAN’S Technology Integration Mentoring Academy’s 10 Guiding Principles of Technology Integration “First…student-centered teaching strategies and good lesson planning. ” (Other principles in my handout p. 3) more at http: //www. otan. us/

Into • Begin planning with the end in mind. • Think about how you Into • Begin planning with the end in mind. • Think about how you can use the computer to improve your lesson. • Look at what other teacher’s have done. • Do a student-needs assessment (p 4). • Prep them and Pair them up. • http: //www. otan. us/members/index. cfm? fu seaction=view_ft&recno=2465&catid=181 03&type=2 + Santa Ana material • .

Start with a Victory • Start simple. • Show them a page from software Start with a Victory • Start simple. • Show them a page from software such as All Star, Oxford Picture Dictionary, Side by Side, Pronunciation Power etc. and/or sites. • (I’ll show you some now if possible, but plan for the impossible. Directions in my handout p. 8). • http: //www. languageguide. org/english/ • http: //www. eflclub. com/2 songs/songs. html • http: //usalearns. org

Make a Connection to Classwork/Tests • • • Provide Suggestions for Extra Practice Digital Make a Connection to Classwork/Tests • • • Provide Suggestions for Extra Practice Digital syllabus if possible www. eslwithjim. wordpress. com Integrate lab work into weekly lessons (p. 44) Encourage them to go an open ESL lab class Remind them to use home computers and smart phones • Use the material in class (p. 42) and tests (p. 13)

Examples of Basic Sites for Creating Vocabulary, Spelling & Grammar Practice • Quia (more Examples of Basic Sites for Creating Vocabulary, Spelling & Grammar Practice • Quia (more effort, more robust) http: //www. quia. com/jg/499542 list. html • Quia Quizzes http: //www. quia. com/quiz/4129162. html

Spellingcity. com • Spellingcity (less effort, less robu$t) (p. 14) • http: //www. spellingcity. Spellingcity. com • Spellingcity (less effort, less robu$t) (p. 14) • http: //www. spellingcity. com/view-spellinglist. html? list. Id=6814933 • Vocab. printouts for classwork activities

Quizlet. com • New to me, but looks good • http: //quizlet. com/class/709924/ • Quizlet. com • New to me, but looks good • http: //quizlet. com/class/709924/ • (Sample from Beth Bogage)

Textbook Sites • Ventures • www. cambridge. org/venturesarcade Textbook Sites • Ventures • www. cambridge. org/venturesarcade

Mega Sites • These sites have hundreds of activities and/or links to other ESL Mega Sites • These sites have hundreds of activities and/or links to other ESL sites • http: //web. archive. org/web/200902151401 34/http: //esl. lbcc. edu/mmcportal. htm • My site has some “big list” links, too, under “Pages” www. eslwithjim. wordpress. com (These have been well maintained by Cindy Wislofsky and Donna Price. )

Student Made Projects • Computer projects which are based on ESL principles such as: Student Made Projects • Computer projects which are based on ESL principles such as: • Communicative Theory • Constructivism • Content-Based Instructions • Project-Based Learning • Often use Microsoft Office for stories, resumes, presentations (p. 30 -45)

Examples of Projects • • • Reports & Stories Webquests (45 -52) Resumes Power. Examples of Projects • • • Reports & Stories Webquests (45 -52) Resumes Power. Point Presentations Graphs

Student Sample • Show class a finished product from another semester, a different teacher, Student Sample • Show class a finished product from another semester, a different teacher, or the Internet. My name is Norma _____ and I was born in Tijuana, Mexico. I have a big family. I have two stepsisters, one stepbrother and a lot of cousins. When I was a child, I felt very good about school. • (She later used this information to make a PPP. )

More Samples of Projects • http: //www. authorstream. com/Presentation /bbogage-86610 -maria-del-carmen-dreamdestination-paris-final-education-pptpowerpoint/ • www. eslwithjim. More Samples of Projects • http: //www. authorstream. com/Presentation /bbogage-86610 -maria-del-carmen-dreamdestination-paris-final-education-pptpowerpoint/ • www. eslwithjim. wordpress. com (Powe. Points)

 Directing Students • Some Teachers prefer to give directions through teacher dictations • Directing Students • Some Teachers prefer to give directions through teacher dictations • Realistic Listening Practice • Realistic Note Writing Practice • Makes Students Accountable

Others Use Print Screen Directions “Dumbies” Style • • Good for low levels Good Others Use Print Screen Directions “Dumbies” Style • • Good for low levels Good for late students Good for insecure/new to computers Ss Great for labs

Example of Print Screen Directions • Do with students in class first. • Use Example of Print Screen Directions • Do with students in class first. • Use “covering” technique to follow more easily. • Look in my handout on page 16 for directions on how to make these directions.

Through • What will the students do at the lab? • Fill in checklists Through • What will the students do at the lab? • Fill in checklists and/or work collaboratively on projects that may last all class or all semester

What will you do in lab? • Act as a coach and facilitator • What will you do in lab? • Act as a coach and facilitator • Identify students who can help you and other students • Work more one-on-one with students

Beyond • Check what they’ve learned/test • Apply what they’ve learned/more practice • Extend/present Beyond • Check what they’ve learned/test • Apply what they’ve learned/more practice • Extend/present projects in class

What did you learn today? • • • Reviewed Rationale for TELL Became familiar What did you learn today? • • • Reviewed Rationale for TELL Became familiar with software, sites, possibilities Learned about extra resources for students Learned about print screen directions ?

That’s All Folks! • Do Your Evaluation. • Enjoy Your Lunch! https: //www. youtube. That’s All Folks! • Do Your Evaluation. • Enjoy Your Lunch! https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=E 12 yki hv. CHk