Ideas for Applying the Edulinc Courseware (from Stage 2)


Ideas for using the courseware from Stage 2 participants. (Refer to the original "Ideas for Applying" glossary In Stage 2 to see who the contributor was.)



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Multi-level

I hope to be able to customize the SCORMs to be able to use in a lower multi-level class. 

Multilevel classes

I hope to use SCORM activities as enrichment opportunities for higher level students.

Multiple Choice

I think we can use Choice in different ways. The following are some idea that may be repetitive or not.

1) for practicing quizzes (general quizzes)

2) for drilling grammar rules

3) for practicing vocabulary. 

4) for drilling family words

5) for a survey in class

 

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Nangong App

I would like to use this feature as a way for my L7 students to record an oral journal about themselves (for PBLA) or to post their learner reflections. Normally these are written but I think having oral samples would a great addition to their portfolios.

Nano gong

LINC 2-3, Grammar, Present Progressive Tense

In order to assist the Learners in doing their home work and for a quick revision of the rules of the tense, the teacher can record the rules along with sentence examples.

Nano-gong for practicing Cold Calls

Students may practice Cold Calls for Job search through the nano-gong. The same can be applied to Skype activities. The activity might be guided, when students are working in pairs under the instructor's guidance, or as evaluation, when the student is being interviewed by the instructor through Nano-gong or Skype.

NanoGong

Using this applet as the recording device for our PBLA Speaking activities looks like it is a feasible way for lower level students to be able to save their own recordings as well as sending them to the teacher.

 

NanoGong Activities

Using NanoGong to make voice recordings is an interesting, engaging activity for my students to practise their speaking skills. They use NanoGong for pronunciation practice (i.e. syllable stress, past tense -ed ending...etc.), role-play, telling short stories and for assigned speaking tasks (i.e. formative assessment task), and also receive audio or written feedback from me.

NanoGong Dictation

Learning a language can be quite enjoyable with NanoGong. If voice recording is added to the language learning activity, it makes practical. The instructor can use NanoGong for dictations. First, the instructor would pick an appropriate text to a record dictation. Then, learners listen to the recording. It can be played back as many times as needed.

Nanogong Response

I find it very useful to use a Nanogong activity to elicit correct conversational responses.  The instructor records different questions or utterances around a theme and the students choose the most appropriate response.  This can be done in all levels with increasing difficulty - using more linking, faster speech etc.


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