Apéndice D. List of possible Web 2.0 tools- Using Second Language Acquisition Theories to select technology tools for the Language Classroom - Departamento de Lenguas.Report as inadecuate




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Apéndice D. List of possible Web 2.0 tools- Using Second Language Acquisition Theories to select technology tools for the Language Classroom - Departamento de Lenguas. - Licenciatura en Idiomas. - Escuela de Artes y Humanidades - Universidad de las Américas Puebla.

Author: Aguilar Ramírez, Mariana

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Appendix 4: list of possible Web 2.0 tools The key concepts in Web 2.0 are interaction and collaboration.
Web 2.0 sites allow users to generate content, exploit social media to cooperate with others and to constantly receive feedback.
Those who use Web 2.0 sites, do more that passively retrieve information, they participate in the creation of data. Due to the fact that this type of web is “social”, it shifts the way we communicate.
Users can share their opinions, perspectives, ideas and experiences through different online tools and platforms.
The following tools have these characteristics and allow students to construct knowledge and exploit their creativity.  www.storybird.com Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories that are curiously fun to make, share, and read.
It allows creators to choose from a variety of characters and setting to suite their imagination and writing needs.
It offers the possibility to comment and get feedback from other members of the Storybird community.
Teachers can sign up for a free class account, upload assignments and deadlines.
The site has tutorials to use Storybirds to their full potential in classrooms.
Students do not need to sign up to use this.  www.blabberize.com Blabberize allows you to create a talking picture, that is to say a moving mouth on a still image. Students upload a picture, select a mouth, record the message and then embed or email the result.  www.voxopop.com Voxopop is essentially a message board-forum system that uses voice instead of text.
These forums are called -talkgroups- - communities of real people discussing various topics using their real voices.
Anyone can create a talkgroup, so feel free to set one up for a personal interest or an existing online community! You can even set up a private talkgroup that will be hidden from the public - ideal for classrooms or family groups.
An invite mechanism has also been added, to help spread the word about your favourite talkgroups.  http:...





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