Evaluating digital materials

Brainstorming what teachers need to take into account when evaluating digital resources. Under construction

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1. Access

1.1. home

1.1.1. time available

1.2. cybercafé

1.3. mobile phone

1.4. school

1.5. internet connection vs download

2. Content

2.1. Contents to be taught

2.2. Taught contents

2.3. suitable

2.3.1. length

2.3.1.1. how long will the activity take?

2.3.2. time it takes

2.3.3. level (age group)

3. Layout

3.1. pictures

3.2. Nuevo nodo

3.3. Posters

3.4. Brainstorming

3.4.1. Nuevo nodo

3.5. Cards/ card games

3.5.1. flashcards

3.6. Puzzles

3.6.1. Nuevo nodo

3.7. Reports

3.8. Infogrames

4. Skills

4.1. technological

4.2. developmental

4.3. cognitive

4.4. macro skills

4.4.1. reading

4.4.2. writing

4.4.3. listening

4.5. micro skills

5. Vocabulary

5.1. Words

5.2. Grammatical structures

5.3. use of the language

6. Level

6.1. Basic Level

6.2. Advanced Level

6.3. Intermediate Level

7. Aims

7.1. Developing new communicational/technological/ developmental/ motor skills

7.2. Evaluating learning process

7.3. Reassessing contents/ objectives

7.4. Practice

7.5. Present new topics

8. Kind of activities

8.1. Listening Comprehension

8.2. Reading Comprehension

8.3. TPR Activities

8.4. games

8.5. songs

8.6. stories

8.7. (practice) tests

9. Source

9.1. Reliable?

9.1.1. Book CD

9.1.2. Internet

9.1.2.1. University Press

9.1.2.2. well known site(you can contact it´s writer/editor)

10. Material

10.1. Objective evaluation

10.1.1. Quality of the material

10.2. Contextual evaluation

10.2.1. Efficiency of the material in a particular environment