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Week 1

1. where learning is built from an initial propsal and feedback allows it to grow
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
Guide not director. Off line encouragement. Participation marks with criteria.
I helps the person work at their own pace

The teacher can videos or email
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It quite and easier for some to work with being distracted easily
1: I would do a blend approach and well as being coach and mentor to the Students

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

Week 2

Students can complete work in their own time but may lack the motivation to do so, or get stuck and not complete tasks due to a lack of direct support when teaching in an asynchronous environment.
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long lyrics - listening practice, learning vocabulary, learning grammar
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
I might develop presentation, practice, simulation and conceptual objects.My learning objects definitely need to be retailored and developed to be used for effective online teaching, esp.the principle of fostering a sense of community and recognising diversity. So on one hand, my learning objects should be tailored to the differences between individuals (according to their abilities and interests) and on the other hand, while tailoring them I need to remember about giving the learners some shared structue and activities and tasks to follow.
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.

Week 3

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Plagiarism prevention (e.g. Turnitin). - digital literacy
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.

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Week 8

Comaparative teaching with assessment to students with flipped classroom reflect more beneficial and effective for teaching.
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