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Technology in Modern Foreign Languages - A Practitioner's Perspective

Technology in Modern Foreign Languages - A Practitioner's Perspective

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Published by José Picardo
Originally published as a series of blog posts titled Technology in Modern Foreign Languages, this collection of articles explores how teachers are successfully incorporating the use of new technologies into their classroom practice with a focus on enhancing teaching and learning.
Technologies such as blogging, microblogging, web 2.0, wikis, sound recording and videoconferencing have all found their way into our classrooms and harnessing them effectively is at the heart of 21st century pedagogy.
Originally published as a series of blog posts titled Technology in Modern Foreign Languages, this collection of articles explores how teachers are successfully incorporating the use of new technologies into their classroom practice with a focus on enhancing teaching and learning.
Technologies such as blogging, microblogging, web 2.0, wikis, sound recording and videoconferencing have all found their way into our classrooms and harnessing them effectively is at the heart of 21st century pedagogy.

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Published by: José Picardo on Feb 17, 2010
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 Technology inModern Foreign Languages
 A practitioners perspective
Edited b José Picardo
 
 Technology in Modern Foreign Languages
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Contents
 Acknowledgements
3
Foreword
4
I
Using Images in the MFL classroom
5
 Alice Ayel
II
 
Videoconferencing in the classroom
7
Suzi Bewell
 
III
Collaborate, facilitate Educate
9
 Alex Blagona
 
IV 
Tools to get pupils talking
11
Helena Butterfield
 
 V 
German: OFF the curriculum but ON the VLE
14
Mary Cooch
 
 VI
The power of RSS for 21st century educators
16
Joe Dale
 
 VII
 A word or two about Wordle
19
Saira Ghani
 
 VIII
Resources: keeping them real and keeping them together
20
 Andrea Henderson
 
IX 
Google Maps in the MFL classroom
23
Simon Howells
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 X 
Supporting assessment for learning
25
Isabelle Jones
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 XI
Simple but effective
26
Samantha Lunn
 
 XII
Mobile phones in the MFL classroom
29
Dominic McGladdery
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 XIII
Mrs Perkins’s journey into the WWW
31
Marie-France Perkins
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 XIV 
Microblogging: making the case for social networking in education
32
José Picardo
 
 XV 
Looking back and moving forward
36
 Amanda Salt
 
 XVI
Really understanding culture
38
Clare Seccombe
 
 XVII
Enhancing learning in the MFL Classroom
40
Lisa Stevens
Contributors
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 Technology in Modern Foreign Languages
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 Acknowledgments
My most sincere thanks go to each of the contributors to this collection of articles who haveselflessly taken time out from their busy teaching jobs to collaborate in this project and sharetheir experiences in using technology in the modern foreign languages classroom
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 All photographs are either our own or have been used under a Creative Commons licence, inwhich case they have been attributed accordingly. The cover photo is courtesy of EricaMarshall of muddyboots.org.

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