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  • 1. Technology in English, Filipino and Foreign Language Education by Kit Aguila, Cariza Arguta and Meraiah Lee
  • 2. History of Technology in LanguageEducation blackboard overhead projector 70s -80s: audio-tape,audio lab 80s - 90s: communicativeteaching using approaches suchas: cognitive and sociocognitive. old audio lab
  • 3. History of Technology in LanguageEducation (cont.) Cognitive Approach - allow learners maximum opportunity to interact within meaning-rich contexts through which they construct and acquire competence in the language. (Warschauer 4)
  • 4. History of Technology in LanguageEducation (cont.) Sociocognitive Approach -emphasize the social aspect of language acquisition; learning a language is viewed as a process of apprenticeship or socialization into particular discourse communities (Schieffelin & Ochs, 1986).
  • 5. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LANGUAGEEDUCATIONby Bruce (Roles for Computers 3)1. Tutors.-They can individualize instruction, provide learning material at acontrolled pace, and record student progress.ex) text-reconstruction programs,concordancers, and multimedia simulations
  • 6. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LANGUAGEEDUCATION (Cont.) 2.Tools. - They aid in reading, allow students to produce and format texts easily,facilitate revision of texts, and check for spelling errors. They store in a compact and easily accessible form all sorts of information that learners need,from style sheets to encyclopedic data.
  • 7. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LANGUAGEEDUCATION (Cont.)Babel Fishhttp://world.altavista.comBabelFish translates text and web sites among several languages.Free Translatorhttp://www.free-translator.comFree Translator translates text and web sites among several languages, and provides other language services.languages, and provides professional translation services.World Lingohttp://www.worldlingo.comWorldLingo helps people communicate and do business in foreign markets.MORE WEBSITE RESOURCES AT: http://wps.prenhall.com/chet_roblyer_integrate_4 /38/9797/2508200.cw/index.html
  • 8. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LANGUAGEEDUCATION (Cont.)3. Ways to explore language. - They make the regularities, the beauties, and the difficulties of language something that students can examine and interact with in new ways.ex) Using the internet to facilitate; Computer Assisted Classroom Discussion, Computer-Mediated Discussion for Long Distance Exchange
  • 9. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LANGUAGEEDUCATION (Cont.) 4. Media. -They make possible new modes of communication and more new technologies are being developed.
  • 10. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION (Cont.)5. Environments for communication- They are a new social realm that permits new forms of meaningful communication and reconfigures the relationships among students and teachers. ex) MUVE (multi-user virtual environment)
  • 11. Thanks forlistening! now its TIME FOR AN ACTIVITYYYYY!! :D :D :D
  • 12. Why use technology in language teaching? Prepared by Kit Aguila
  • 13. Go to: bit.ly/Japanese101 VISUAL AID
  • 14. Go to: mainlib.upd.edu.ph References Photo from http://www.clearinvoices.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Dusty-book.jpg
  • 15. Go to: Andito ka na! Instant feedback sa gdocs ;) FEEDBACK Photo from http://www.photo-dictionary.com/photofiles/list/7432/9974check_mark.jpg
  • 16. Para lang masaya: From YouTube.com
  • 17. Go to: http://bit.ly/natutokabatalaga MEDIA
  • 18. Group Activity1. Count off from 1 to 6.2. Go to designated areas.3. Go to the site: http://bit.ly/techinlanguagearts4. List down the advantages and disadvantages of the assigned websites.5. Discuss to class. GOOD LUCK =)
  • 19. #1 Issue
  • 20. #2 Issue http://cdn8.wn.com/ph/img/ff/ca/d57b134c1a126392207773156afb-grande.jpg
  • 21. #3 Issue http://www.servitokss.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/man_question_mark.jpg
  • 22. #4 Issue http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-iDAPtEfgxgU/T55TEbHrUfI/AAAAAAAAAJs/Eb2GQPA7fK8/s1600/broadband-Internet.jp
  • 23. #5 Issue http://www.imedea.csic.es/bc/ecoesp/img/broken.jpg
  • 24. UNEXPECTEDSITUATIONS
  • 25. #6 Issue http://blogs.intel.com/wp-content/mt-content/com/csr/ExhaustedTeam.jpg
  • 26. #7 Issue http://at.uto.asu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/MEC2011_training.jpg
  • 27. TRAINING
  • 28. REFERENCESDuffy, J. L., McDonald, J. B., & Mizell, A. P. (2005). Teaching and Learning with Technology. (2nd ed.). New York, United States: Pearson Education, Inc.Lai, C. C., & Kritsonis, W. A. (2006, November 1). The Advantages and Disadvantages of Computer Technology in Second Language Acquisition. Retrieved from http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/saad/documents/call%20advantages%20and%20disad vantages.pdfMcManus, B. F. (2005, April 26). Creative Language Teaching with Internet Technology. Retrieved from http://www2.cnr.edu/home/bmcmanus/kutztown.htmlSharma, P. (2009, April 8). Controversies in using technology in language teaching. Retrieved from http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/articles/controversies-using- technology-language-teachingSoona, G. Y., Suan, N., Baniamin, R., & Mamat, W. TECHNOLOGY AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING: STUDENT PERCEPTIONS ON THE FEASIBILITY OF USING WBI (WEB-BASED INSTRUCTION) TO SUPPLEMENT THE ON-CAMPUS FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSES IN UiTM. Retrieved from http://www.readingmatrix.com/conference/pp/proceedings/gohyingsoon.pdfWarschauer, M., & Carla Meskill, C. (2000). Technology and Second Language Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.albany.edu/etap/faculty/CarlaMeskill/publication/mark.pdf
  • 29. MORE REFERENCESCusick, Laura. (2011). Technology Interation Tools: Language Arts. Retrieved from:http://www.slideshare.net/lcusick/technology-integration-tools-language-artsTech Integration in the Language Arts Classroom. Retrieved from:http://teachingtoday.glencoe.com/howtoarticles/tech-integration-in-the-language-arts-classroom

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