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fabrizio bartoli

▶ Google Hangout Screen Sharing - How To Share Your Screen On Google Hangout With Sue Soucy - YouTube - 0 views

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Claude Almansi

NOTES 693B (EFS Stanford, Adv. listening and voc. dev. - curated TED talks) - 4 views

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    • Claude Almansi
       
      [about http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/a_ted_speaker_s_worst_nightmare.html ] Actually, this TED page has an English subtitle-generated transcript (as well as translated transcripts in the 47 other languages the video is subtitled in). And the transcript in http://amara.org/en/videos/h60BL6bU49WF/en/2426/ page where the English subtitles were made shows an average 90 wpm in the passages where Collins actually speaks. This remains rather slow indeed, however non natives may find it difficult to grasp the written texts that appear very briefly on-screen, and hence Collins' allusions to these texts. (CA)
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    • Claude Almansi
       
      [About http://www.ted.com/talks/gel_gotta_share.html] Actually there IS a transcript generated by the subtitles captions: - below the player in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soAk3F0wX9s - downloadable from http://www.amara.org/en/videos/gUDo8ztfKMOW/en/40866/ (Download > TXT) 362 words in 3:20 = 108.6 WPM
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    • Claude Almansi
       
      [About http://www.ted.com/talks/gel_gotta_share.html] Actually captions now start at 0:03
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    • Claude Almansi
       
      Actually, there is a transcript for this video - on the YT original page from which it's embedded in the TED.com page. See my 2nd note to https://groups.diigo.com/group/ltis13/content/improv-everywhere-gotta-share-video-on-ted-com-11313381
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    "EFS 693B - STANFORD UNIVERSITY Advanced Listening and Vocabulary Development (...) TED Talks Introduction Below are groups of TED Talks, curated from http://www.ted.com and organized roughly by level and topic. You should do a full group (divided across several sessions if desired) and see if the integration makes them easier to understand (especially the later ones). Be sure to interact with them--don't just watch all of them straight through. However, you can do all or parts of some more intensively than others. Use your best judgment, and return to previous class notes as needed. Note that you are provided with the following information about the talk: 1. length 2. the overall speed in words-per-minute (WPM) 3. the vocabulary profile by percent of words at set frequency levels of the British National Corpus (3K, 5K, 10K, and more than 20K (off-list=OL)) 4. Accent (US, British, etc.) 5. Comments 6. Brief description of the content (from the TED website) (...) Last modified November 12, 2013, by Phil Hubbard"
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    Da questo webquest di Phil Hubbard sono tratti i segnalibri taggati EFS_Stanford, cioè radunati (assieme a questo) sotto https://groups.diigo.com/group/ltis13/content/tag/EFS_Stanford .
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    Molto interessante e sopratutto utile grazie!
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    Grazie, Fabrizio, Ho taggato con "EFS_Stanford" - tra altri tag - questo webquest e i video ivi elencati dopo un webinar con Phil Hubbard organizzato via hangout da Vance Stevens domenica scorsa (8 ottobre). Nel webinar Hubbard ha insistito sul fatto che la forma di webquest direttivo era meglio delle forme di collaborazione sociali come tagging e condivisione, perché gli consentiva, da esperto, di dare informazioni coerenti. Allora taggare queste sue risorse TED su Diigo è anche un modo di esprimere il mio dissenso ;-) In effetti a proposito di http://www.ted.com/talks/gel_gotta_share.html , elencato in questo webquest, dice di non poter indicare le parole per minuto "perché non c'è trascrizione". Invece c'è, se si va alla pagina YT originale del video embeddato. Ora se invece di un webquest statico avesse condiviso questa risorsa con i suoi studenti in un gruppo come questo, c'è da scommettere che almeno uno di loro avrebbe rimediato all'errore in un commento - come d'altronde ho fatto in https://groups.diigo.com/group/ltis13/content/tag/EFS_Stanford%20GelConference ...
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