- Vamos a visionar el vídeo del siguiente enlace.
2. Abrimos Vocaroo. Lo grabamos y, cuando estemos satisfechos, guardamos nuestra grabación en mp3.
3. Podemos editarla para mejorar el sonido, o cortarla si es muy larga (Audacity).
4. La subiremos al foro de voz de la clase, para que la supervise nuestra profesora. No usaremos nuestro nombre, sólo el número de clase.
5. Finalmente haremos una entrada en nuestro blog (portafolio) y subiremos la grabación con el enlace al vídeo.
Yaper is an excelent video tool for English students to see and understand videos at different levels. A community of people who upload video segments togetehr with their scripts.
It is interesting to see their introductory video to see the many possibilities you can make use of http://en.yappr.com/welcome/Welcome.action
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(International Education and Resources Network, Red Internacional de Educación y Recursos).
This non-profitable organization joins more than 4000 schools from about 90 countries. It offers a common platform for teachers and students to use the Internet to develop collaborative projects that enhance learning and make a difference in the world. The projects showed on the site must pursue some curricular objectives and give an answer to a fundamental question: How will this project affect life quality in our planet. Resources are available in different languages, including Spanish. http://www.iearn.org/spanish/losproyectos.htm
iEARN Latina: http://www.iearnlatina.org/
iEARN México: http://informaticaeducativa.com/iearn/
iEARN España: http://www.pangea.org/iearn/
I have already updated the links on my page about the use of webquests in the English class. It is a quick reference guide with some websites where you can get first-hand information about the use of this interesting teaching technique. I would also recommend to have a look at Isabel Perez’s site on this topic (a link on the left-side bar), she read her PhD dissertation on the use of webquests to enhace vocabulary acquisition.
Escuela Oficial de Idiomas de Santander
CALL and ICT Language Learning- Theoretical backup and class use
Nik Peachey is a technology consultant, trainer, writer and instructional designer. He has just edited this video presentation on the educational possibilities of web 2.0 for language use.
No means is a good means if we don’t know how to use it. No teaching method is a good method unless the teacher masters the educational priciples behind it, all of which is patently obvious. However this is what Bolton and others remind us as regards to the use of ICT in foreign language education. ICT is not a method, let alone a self access course. Students must be clearly guided on using the new tools. Learning to Learn Languages with ICT – But How? is an article worth reading for those who are thinking of introducing ICT in their lessons.
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ECML European Centre for Modern Languages, Council of Europe
There are workshop reports, publications, national reports on foreign languages in European schools, project forums, and research resumés. Under Resources > Thematic Collections, there is a special section on ICT and Multimedia, offering 12 Workshop reports on the theme.
Consult also project reports under Innovative Approaches and New Technologies in the Teaching and Learning of Languages. Unesco IITE Information and Communication Technologies in the Teaching and Learning of Foreign Languages: State-of-the-Art, Needs and Perspectives A publication exploring the availability of technologies for foreign language teaching and associated ICT issues.