2. where a presentation involves students needing to work through to a solution at their own pace
3. where group investigate a proposal and further information allows it to grow
The teacher can videos or email
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It quite and easier for some to work with being distracted easily
2: to any one who struggles with being distracted or has a hard time in a class room setting
3:I don’t have anything ready quite yet
putting words in order to make sentences (grammar, to practice grammar tenses) or/and then putting paragraphs in order to make an essey - writing practice
watching dialogues at the shop (everyday situation dialogues) - learning vocab & expressions, speaking practice then
As for the tools I might need : tools that allow me to combine various types of different activities based on various kinds of presenting material ( the more the better). Also, different forms of checking and evaluating what the students have learned.
Video sharing (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo). – information literacy, engaged learning, critical reviewing/ thinking, oral communication
Online/distance learning platforms (e.g. Blackboard Collaborate, Adobe Connect). -digital literacy, language proficiency, synthesis of learning
Mobile learning (e.g. smartphone, tablet). – engaged learning, co-learning
Messaging (e.g. Twitter, Yammer). – engaged learning, co-learning, written communication
Google Docs. – written communication, engaged learning, co-learning
It appears there are many tools that I could use to benefit both my delivery and the material received by the learners. I have to explore these additional tools to decide which ones would be right for the classes I wish to teach and those that would best meet the needs of my learners.