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German Program 2.0 by Mind Map: German Program 2.0
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German Program 2.0

"Read/Write Web" Tools

Facebook

Communication

Blog

Facebook "Groups", German I, German II, German III

ustream.tv

live broadcasts

archivable

interactive, chat between viewers, text comment, student created content

Mind Meister

student collaborative projects

Wikispaces

or another wiki website

facilitator wiki, serves communication, interactive, enables facilitators, linked to main page

student wikis, collaborative projects

Voicethread

students create narratives

Second Life

"MUVE"

excellent language practice, "real life" contexts

connections, other learners, native speakers

GerIII only

3D tools

Google Sketchup, students collaborative projects, examples, build/ label rooms in house, recreate/build, actual cities/villages, heavy timber-framed house, Brandenburg Gate, Freiburg Cathedral, Leipizig Train Station

Google Earth, video instruction, student collaborative projects, multi media profiles, city/village, geographic feature(s), transit

Yugma

Tutoring

Skype

Video Conferencing

Schools/students paired, Obstacles, different schedules, perhaps twice/month, Benefits, Saves Tutor hours

Telephone

Yugma

Multi-directional learning

"teachers"

Teacher/Tutor/Textbook

collaborative groups, Partner schools, Native speakers

"Read/Write Web" Tools

Assessment

Unit Performance Events

Quizzes

STAMP Test

Collaboration

Organization

Schools in pairs/groups

Technology

Why?

Connectivism

Website

webblog

allows chronological posts, embedded items (video,audio, graphics..) and comments from users

library

content (video segments/ audio sebments...) tagged and organized accordingly.

traditional format

traditional format with additions

Video Instruction

segments

archived by tags

tags, level, topic/theme, function

text comment capability

contextualized

stories

movement