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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School A a day… @bertramrichter Curriculum Leader - MFL

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Tile Hill Wood School & Language College Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Why twitter? How? Is it safe? Examples Student voice Next steps

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Why?

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Source: Ruben R. Puentedura www.hippasus.com Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Multiple, simultaneous conversations (time delay and written evidence) Allows instant diagnostic feedback to multiple users Tap into outside expertise / connect to other classrooms and learners Research tool – pool findings AfL tool: drafting/re-drafting focussing on greater accuracy and deeper understanding Develop higher level thinking skills Wide range of reading/writing exercises Live audience response: quizzes, surveys (fancy mini-whiteboards) Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School How?

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set up a google e-mail account design small number of generic names, passwords and usernames generate twitter accounts using the “google hack” Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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tilehillwood@gmail.com tilehillwood+eins@gmail.com tilehillwood+zwei@gmail.com tilehillwood+drei@gmail.com Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Is it safe?

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Code of conduct protect tweets monitor email stream keep passwords

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A2 German Twitter Projekt Code of Conduct – Verhaltensregeln Ich verpflichte mich folgende Regeln einzuhalten – I agree to keep to the following rules: Failure to adhere to these rules will result in exclusion from our Twitter project and in the deletion of my account. to not follow anyone unless suggested by Mr Richter to not accept any followers to not reveal any information in my tweets or profile such as surnames, adresses, emails, phone numbers etc which would reveal your identity to only tweet information in relation to the content of our A2 German specification (AQA) to not tweet anything that could be seen as offensive or inappropriate by someone else to not change any of the profile settings in my allocated twitter account other than the profile picture

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School check emails in class

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Examples Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 1 opens up multiple, simultaneous conversations

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 2 AfL & Thinking skills: witness cultural understanding develop before your eyes drafting/re-drafting of language AND ideas

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 3 instant diagnostic/AfL feedback tool

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 4 Research tool use #hashtags to index exam topics

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 5 Re-invent homework! Live-chat 5-5.30pm #thwstasi

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 5 Invite the world

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School 5 Invite the world! #thwaston

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School “The games help me learn german without thinking about learning german” “Having a german converstion with an social network i use in life.” “being able to see other peoples answers and ask them questions too and more people can get involved” “It improves my Team Work.” “nothing, its boring and should not be used what so ever.” I think we should talk to real german people, for example we should have german people from germany or anyother places where people speak german to interact with us in the language. “Let us log onto our ones or creat new ones that can be used in all lessons but have it so that we HAVE to follow the school so that if we put any innapropriate tweets, they can see it and report it :) gotta love tweeting :*”

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Feedback

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Next steps

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Karl Marx vs Kim Schmitz (Kim Dotcom)

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School “I think we should talk to real german people, for example we should have german people from germany or anyother places where people speak german to interact with us in the language.”

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School Questions?

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School @bertramrichter Curriculum Leader – MFL Tile Hill Wood School and Language College Coventry

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