CTJ Seminar: Bridging the Communication Gap in Multimedia Class

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Bridging the Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes Andressa Cardoso Rodrigo Santana

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Technology Test “ I started working in schools as a typist. I used to type exams on stencil papers before printing them in a mimeograph.”

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What is the main reason for taking EFL Courses? A – Price B – Certificate C – Status D – Grammar E – Technology F – Conversation G – Premises

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“CONVERSATION” “ Talk between two or more people in which thoughts, feelings and ideas are expressed, questions are asked and answered and news and information are exchanged.” Cambridge International Dictionary of English

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“CONVERSATION” “ Talk between two or more people in which thoughts, feelings and ideas are expressed, questions are asked and answered and news and information are exchanged.”

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What do our students need in order to practice/develop “Conversation” in class? Interlocutors (listeners) Opportunity to participate actively Mutual willingness to talk Right space for interaction Some privacy to expose their thoughts /opinions / … Enough time to think / to reflect Speaking (Thinking) skills to communicate in English ´

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The Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes Too many visual / audio stimuli Learning tasks that are totally based on receptive skills Cyber-time interaction against face-time interaction Homework activities taking the place of classwork activities (researching / composing / editing /etc.) The predominant use of Lower Order Thinking Skills tasks ´

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Bloom´s Revised Taxonomy

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create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Activity 1

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Group A List the names of the countries where Matt has been to. List the names of the places that you have been to. Group B (Pairwork) 1. Why did people dance with Matt? 2. What title would you give to this video? Why?

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Multimedia Class Activity (Matt) Task A LOTS create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Multimedia Class Activity (Matt) Task B HOTS create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Dunga How do you analyze all the criticism against Dunga considering his history as a winner in the world of sports? Describe Dunga with three words Group A Group B

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Multimedia Class Activity (Dunga) Task A LOTS create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Multimedia Class Activity (Dunga) Task B HOTS create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Multimedia Class Activity 3

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Group A Where are they? What surprises the women? What surprises the men? Is the commercial funny? Group B How did you react to this commercial as an spectator? What is your opinion about the differences between men and women as consumers? What else could be advertised for men and women in that situation?

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Multimedia Class Activity (Heineken) Task A LOTS create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Multimedia Class Activity (Heineken) Task B HOTS create / propose / modify question / judge / decide inquire / debate / examine demonstrate / illustrate / elaborate describe / explain / interpret respond / recognize / memorize

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Bridging The Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes Accommodate Cyber-Time Conversation with Face-Time Conversation Use technology to activate the students’ schema through slides, videos, audios, etc … Scaffold students to be ACTIVE participants Provide the group with enough time to observe / watch / listen / think / respond / comment /… Arrange the right space for sharing, eye contact, interaction, … Assign activities according to digital tasks that demand higher order thinking skills ´

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Bridging the Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes ”HOTS” Activities ANALYSING Survey & process (Web based tools – survey monkey, embedded polls and Database (relational; databases using MySQL and Access, Flat file database using Spreadsheet, wikis, Geographical information systems or GIS - Google earth, Google Maps, Flickr, Arcview/explorer) Abstract (Word Processing, web publishing) Relationship mind maps - Herring or fish bone mind maps, SWOT Analysis, PMI, Venn, 6 Questions - Inspiration, kidspiration, smart ideas, Cmap, Mindmapper, freemind Online tools - Report (Word Processing, DTP, spreadsheet, presentation, web publishing – web page or blog entry, Graph (Spreadsheet, digitizer, online graphing tools) Spreadsheet & Processing (Calc, excel, online spreadsheet tools) Checklist (Word Processing, survey tools, online polls, Spreadsheet) Chart (Spreadsheet, digitizer, mind mapping tools online tools - www.gliffy.com)

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Bridging the Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes ”HOTS” Activities EVALUATING Debate or panel discussion (Word Processing - WP, sound recorder, podcasting or vodcasting, Mind mapping - inspiration, free mind, Chatrooms, IM, email, Discussion boards, video and Phone conferencing Collaboration tools - elluminate etc.) Report or Evaluation (WP or web published – Report, blog entry, wiki entry, web page, DTP, Presentation, Camera) Investigation (Internet, Online tools, camera, WP, GIS[Google earth, Google Maps, Flickr]) Verdict, Judgement or Conclusion (WP, DTP, Presentation, video, audio, conference) Persuasive speech (WP, Sound recorder, reasonable -argument software, Mind map) Critical Commenting, moderating reviewing posting - discussion boards, forums, blog, wiki's, twitter, threaded discussions, bulletin boards, chatrooms Collaborating: discussion boards, forums, blog, wiki's, twitter, threaded discussions, bulletin boards, chatrooms, video conferencing, chatrooms, instant messaging, txt and pxt messaging, Video messaging audio conferencing Networking - social networking tools, audio and video conferencing, email threads, telecommunications, instant messaging, live classrooms - elluminate etc.

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Bridging the Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes ”HOTS” Activities CREATING Film (Movie maker, iMovie, Adobe premier elements Online tools www.jumpcut.com, www.eyespot.com, www.pinnacleshare.com, www.cuts.com, www.animoto.com, www.dvolver.com) Presentation (presentation tools - Powerpoint, Impress, Zoho presentation tool, Photostory, Google present. Comic creation tools – comic life, hypercomic, online tools ) Story (Word Processing - WP or web published – mixbooks etc., DTP, Presentation, podcasting, photostory, voicethread, Comic creation tools) Programming Visual Studio.net, Marvin, Lego Mindstorms, Scratch, Alice, Game maker Project Management (WP, Ganttproject for Gantt charts and PERT Charts, Openproj for gantt, Pert and critical pathways ( calendars, flow charts inspiration, freemind, C-Map , smartideas], mind maps) Blogging/vlogging - Blogging tool, blogger, wordpress, edublogs, classroom blogmiester, bloglines voicethread, skype, Plan(Inspiration, Cmap, free mind, Word Processing, Calendar) Model (Sketchup, Blender, Maya3d PLE, autocad) Song (finale notepad, WP, Sound recorder, Audacity, podcasting, recording narration)

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By Andrew Churches

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Bridging the Communication Gap in Multimedia Classes Andressa Cardoso andressa@ccbeu.com/ @dessa24 Rodrigo Santana rodrigo@ccbeu.com References: Blooms Multiple Intelligences Themes anActivities(Knight/Bailey/D.Brown/W. Wearne) Teaching Complex Thinking: Critical, Creative, Caring (Hawker Brownlow) Learning to Think, Thinking to Learn (Hawker Brownlow) Rubrics - Bloom´s Digital Taxonomy (Andrew Churches) Educational Origami – edorigami.wikispaces.com A Taxonomy for learning, teaching and assessing ( Anderson, L.W.) www.conversation-matters.com www.youtube.com Get our slides and more examples of HOTS activities at: http://ctjseminar2010.pbworks.com/

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“Conversation is the slowest form of human communication.” Author Unknown

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