integrating TBL with iPads in academic writing tesol arabia 2013

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<ul><li> 1. Integrating TBL with iPads for AcademicWriting Workflows for teaching and learning with the IELTS Writingnicholas.yates@zu.ac.ae @digitalemerge</li></ul> <p> 2. Discussion StarterHow effectively can we teach IELTS with the iPad? 3. Tasks Ellis (2003)Task:Focus on meaning,Info gap,Language choices,Clear outcomes.Focused (specific language)vs. Unfocused Tasks(general)Representing real academicworld 4. Task Based LanguageLearning Ellis (2003) Student centered learning Scaffolding Student Choice - language 5. IELTS Academic Writing 6. Discussion #1What IELTS Task 1 and 2 skills could be incorporatedwithin projects? 7. Discussion #2What tasks could incorporate these skills? 8. Workflow #1 - IELTS Task 1 and present To engage with a data analysis results. S K]TA -To prepare vocabulary and language through[P RE brainstorming and researching. To design, prepare and administer a surveyK]AS [ TTo interpret and analyse the survey findingsToAGE and present the findings in written and/or create GU form[ LAN oral ] US FOC To reflect on and discuss results from the surveys 9. Workflow #1Brainstorm QuestionsChoose Topic Research and languageCreate SurveySurveyAnalyse DataCreate Graph Analyse Produce AnalysisMake Task 1 QuestionWrite Task 1 10. Workflow #2 - IELTSTask argument within a To explore both sides of an 2 particular issue To develop contextually relevant vocabulary and K]ASE-T R language throughout the project[PTo create a video presentation displaying the full K] [ T AargumentSTo write a position essay outlining one side of the GEUA A NargumentG][LC US FO To discuss and edit classmates work throughout the project 11. Workflow #2Introduce debate Brainstorm Topics Research Make Task 2Note Language Create iMovieQuestion Write Task 2Reflect &amp; Discuss 12. PositivesIntegration of skillsEngagementMotivation - Slight ofhandAffordances of iPadDeep(er) learningMeaningful / purposeful 13. NegativesPreparationStudent work time 14. Discussion #3Would these projects (series of tasks) work in yourclassroom? What would some positives and pitfallsbe? 15. ReferencesEllis, R. (2003) Task-based Language Learning and Teaching, Oxford,Oxford Applied Linguistics 16. Photo ReferencesDiscussion StarterBara-Koukong: http://www.flickr.com/photos/54415393@N00/6778294139/TasksPricklebush: http://www.flickr.com/photos/20722444@N00/224674200/IELTS Academic WritingAlbayantoniazzi: http://www.flickr.com/photos/42035325@N00/6143338263/ThomasHawk: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/2259661672/Discussion #1Athena: http://www.flickr.com/photos/97351704@N00/325752626/Discussion #2lethan: http://www.flickr.com/photos/37163656@N06/4866638272/PositivesLrargerich: http://www.flickr.com/photos/29638083@N00/4122613710/NegativesHeanster: http://www.flickr.com/photos/24582142@N00/4487519028/Discussion #3vmaurin: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98299765@N00/102179341/ 17. Brainstorm Questions 18. Create Survey 19. SurveyO ] IDE[ V 20. Create Graph 21. Produce Analysis O ]IDE [ V 22. Write Task 1 23. Introduce Debate 24. Brainstorm Topics 25. Create iMovie O ]IDE [ V 26. Write Task 2</p>

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