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Marlene Johnshoy

Thinking Routines: Observe, Analyze, Extend | InterCom - 0 views

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    "The purpose of this activity is to encourage students to learn and practice a thinking routine that they can use inside and outside of the classroom. The thinking routine is: Observe. Analyze. Extend. This routine promotes a contextualized approach to meaning making. Practicing this routine will help students wade deeper into self-directed participation with the target language and culture. It provides a reliable sequence of actions which can be easily adapted to structure participation in new and uncertain citations.

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Marlene Johnshoy

OLMO-LCTLS - 0 views

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    Online learning modules for LCTLs
Marlene Johnshoy

Professional development takes off on Twitter - 2 views

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    District Administration magazine
Marlene Johnshoy

The Right Way to Show Movies in Class | Creating Lifelong Learners - 5 views

  •  Ask students to evaluate the movie.
    • msdianehahn
       
      I think this is an important metacognitive moment that gets students to think about themselves as learners. It also goes along with teaching media literacy.
  •  Show curricular movies at the beginning of units and not at the end.  This gives students background information that they need to understand a unit before teaching that unit.
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    • msdianehahn
       
      Interestingly, I haven't shown really any movies in my class. I think I could definitely start to use them effectively by incorporating them into a preview activity as we begin a unit.  This provides context for all the vocabulary words my ESL students are going to be learning.
    • buskokov
       
      I like using movies with my students, but I don't have enough time for that.
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    How to use movies to teach media literacy in the classrom.
Marlene Johnshoy

Education World: Social Media in the Classroom? - 5 views

  • “Schools are scared about this stuff,” said Elliot Soloway, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan. “Whatever they do, [schools fear that] parents will be upset, money will be inappropriately spent, they will draw the ire of the public. They're scared of all of this, so there is an extra layer of conservatism to protect the kids. But we can’t let it paralyze us from taking steps into the new.”
    • msdianehahn
       
      I definitely think my collaboration with teachers as an ESL teacher will be key to getting more technology involved in the classroom.
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    #carlatech16, group1 #Facebook #texting
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    Yes, I agree, we can't just immediately dismiss social media in the classroom because of safety issues. We have to learn ways to work with them.
Marlene Johnshoy

Secret Admirers and Classroom Management | Edutopia - 1 views

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    A good, positive way to create community in the classroom! How do you think this would/could work online? How would you make it work?
Marlene Johnshoy

Teaching Languages with VoiceThread - course from VT! - 1 views

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    Special opportunity! A course from VoiceThread specifically for language teachers! January 8-12, 2018
Marlene Johnshoy

Peer advice for instructors teaching online for first time - 0 views

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    "Seventeen instructors offer guidance for colleagues teaching an online course for the first time (and for those seeking a few new ideas)."
Marlene Johnshoy

Online Chinese Teaching Forum & Workshop - 0 views

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    If you miss this year, keep it in mind for coming years! A workshop for Chinese teachers who teach online.
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