Teaching Spanish with Web 2.0 Tools

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Teaching Spanish with Web 2.0 Tools

This is a group that focuses upon technology integration within the content area of teaching Spanish.

Members: 86
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2015

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It is my hope that this will be common sharing ground for Spanish teachers interested in a mindful teaching practice, where reflection and exploration of new technology tools support a real world connection to the rich tapestry of Spanish-speaking peoples and cultures.

May you find like-minded educators here...

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Spanish/English Immersion Experience

Started by Ibrahim Ibby Rios Jul 14, 2012. 0 Replies

Hello,I have planned a tele-collaborative project that allows students in the U.S. to have an inter-lingual exchange with students from Spanish-speaking countries - preferably Spain.If you are…Continue

Best Web 2.0 tools

Started by Wendy Cotta. Last reply by Senora Holmes May 15, 2012. 19 Replies

Hello,What are the best web 2.0 tools you are using to support your language teaching?Continue

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Looking for Immersion experience using Web 2.0

Started by Ibrahim Ibby Rios. Last reply by Ibrahim Ibby Rios Apr 1, 2012. 10 Replies

Hi,I am looking for teachers who are willing to collaborate in a Spanish Immersion experience by using some Web 2.0 tools.  If you're interested in collaborating, please respond.  I teach 8th grade…Continue

Cooperative Learning and Student Motivation

Started by Ibrahim Ibby Rios. Last reply by Ibrahim Ibby Rios Mar 8, 2012. 2 Replies

What activities have you had your students participate in that have kept them engaged and motivated in your Spanish lessons? IbbyContinue

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Comment by Wendy Cotta on February 23, 2010 at 8:25am
I want to add my interest and enthusiasm....I will definitely check out Eduteka. I registered with epals, hoping to find a partner school with no immediate success. I will report any development on this....
Comment by Beth Leidolf on February 23, 2010 at 8:21am
this sounds great....i will check Eduteka out!
Comment by Dr. Rita Oates on February 20, 2010 at 5:01am
How about the site Eduteka, a teacher portal in Spanish from Cali, Columbia? www.eduteka.org
There's lots of content in Spanish, and a community of about 35,000 teachers in Latin America.
On the right side, you will see a tab, "Aulas en español," that will allow you to connect with Spanish-speaking classrooms that want to have a match through ePals. You can do a collaborative project with a class in a Spanish-speaking country, or your students can ask questions of students elsewhere, extending the vocabulary and concepts in your curriculum. They can use email, podcasts, video, etc. Your students could make a video introducing themselves and the school, or any number of ways to practice Spanish with native speakers.
You have to "join" the ePals Global Community, which has always been free. If you need safe and powerful student email (no embedded ads) you can also get that, called ePals SchoolMail. It's also free. Your students can write in Spanish and you can get a copy of the email for an alternative assessment.
If your students wanted to make a video story in Spanish, they could submit that to ePals to post for other students to view. See the "Storytelling" section of "Focus Areas" here.
Comment by Amanda Teixeira on February 19, 2010 at 1:07pm
I don't teach AP but we use Audacity for audio submissions in my online Spanish classes. It can be a bit tricky--it is easier for them to export as .mp3 files to a server. It allows up to 5 minutes of speaking. You can also use ITunes or Media Player as well. Media Player may be a quicker option if school computers have Word on them already. You may be able to do some sort of google doc or other application if you wanted them to submit them from home. You could all get gmail accounts to have access to this. Hope this helps you!
Comment by Beth Leidolf on February 19, 2010 at 8:36am
anybody use Audacity with their AP exams? I am looking for your thoughts/opinions :)
 

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