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English for Digital Natives

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English for Digital Natives

  1. 1. English Language Teaching for Natives by Dalton M3ndoza
  2. 2. How much d!gitalare you? D I G I TA L L I T E R A C Y TEST
  3. 3. GAMES BLOG
  4. 4. VIDEOGAMES
  5. 5. VIDEOGAMES
  6. 6. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATETRACE EFFECTS VIDEO GAMES
  7. 7. VIDEOGAMES Edward Punset "Cómo nos influyen los videojuegos" http://bit.ly/TrVolB "No me molestes, mamá, estoy aprendiendo" http://bit.ly/i2M7RB
  8. 8. When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at, change.
  9. 9. BROADCASTING & MULTIMEDIA
  10. 10. BROADCASTING & MULTIMEDIA LISTENING SPEAKING READINGBroadcast yourselfCREATE YOUR CHANNEL WRITING
  11. 11. BROADCASTING & MULTIMEDIAESLvideo.comIt’s a funny websiteyou can use tocreatequestionnaires basedon videos uploadedto YouTube®Once the studentsfinish answering thequestionnaire, theycan send their task-report to your email.
  12. 12. BROADCASTING & MULTIMEDIALyricsTraining.comA website where yourstudents can listen tovideo clips and completethe gaps in the lyrics.It contains a great varietyof songs that you can use,or you can create yourown song activityproviding a YouTube URLand the lyrics.
  13. 13. BROADCASTING & MULTIMEDIAelllo. orgIt’s a websitewith ready-to-use audioactivities readyto use in class orassigned ashomework tothe students.
  14. 14. BROADCASTING & MULTIMEDIA VO PO .com XO P This website allows you to create talk-groups with your students and set up discussion topics where your students can post using voice and reply each other.
  15. 15. SOCIALNETWORKS Blogs are great tools to provide the students provision to participate in online discussions and to write in a non-threatening environment. To motivate students provide funny situations or engaging stories .
  16. 16. SOCIALNETWORKS Challenge your students to reply to your photos, ideas, riddles, jokes, tongue-twisters, or single questions posted on Facebook or Twitter. To make it more attractive, link multimedia content.
  17. 17. SOCIALNETWORKS Break the boundaries of a classroom and have classes in Paris, Berlin, or New York; walking around the city or sitting down on a bench; visiting museums, taking the subway.
  18. 18. SOCIAL NETWORKSEnjoy the features ofFacebook or Twitter invideo and interact withyour students.No highly developedsoftware is required butjust a web-browser, anda head-set.
  19. 19. SOCIALNETWORKS Comics are a great way to enjoy the combination of text and pictures making reading and writing more attractive intuitive. It allows us to use previous knowledge to construct new knowledge.
  20. 20. SOCIALNETWORKSWikis allow students to be thecreators of content. Students cancreate stories, informational articles,group projects, literary theme clubs,collaborative text.Hold your own Wiki-Classroomentries.
  21. 21. If your students can‟t learn the way you teach, then teach them the way they learn.
  22. 22. MOBILEDEVICES
  23. 23. MOBILE DEVICESPodcastsAudio-Books
  24. 24. MOBILE DEVICESChallenge your students in classroom to dosomething interesting with mobile phones.
  25. 25. TOOLS & RESOURCESTeacherTrainingVideos.comA place where you can find video tutorials that show how to dodifferent things using Internet tools.
  26. 26. TOOLS & RESOURCESShorten URLsWebsites you can use toprovide a more accessible URLaddress to your students.
  27. 27. “Technology provides opportunities……teachers only need to be„Mind Wide Open‟ to the possibilities.”

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