|Jean LeLoup & Bob Ponterio
Due before the next class:
1. Send an email message to your instructor with a copy to yourself. Include the words ICC 523 in the subject line. Inlclude a web address of a site that you find useful for your teaching. Put the address (URL) between brackets < > (less-than-greater-than), no spaces. This prevents the link from being broken by email word wrap.
2. Your instructor will then send you a reply including the URL (uniform resource
locator) address for the WWW page for this course (it is also included below).
You will check out the course syllabus page and explore a few of the pages
associated with this course. How are they linked? Can you get
easily from one to the others? How is the page formatted? What
kinds of things should one consider in laying out a web page, a web site? Study
the content of the pages listed for our second class.
3. Read the ACTFL position statement on the role of technology in language learning. https://www.actfl.org/news/position-statements/statement-the-role-technology-language-learning
1. Pick out 5 points made in the position statement. Tell if you agree or disagree.
2. Pick a point made in the statement for which you see pros & cons. Explain your thinking.
3. Does the statement describe specific technologies? Why or why not?
The page about one of the songs has moved: http://www.colby.edu/~bknelson/SLC/ojala/
The activity using "J'ai tout quitté pour toi" by Patricia Kaas is here: http://web.cortland.edu/ponterior/fre102/Kaas-tout_quitte.html
Take notes and bring written comments to class. We'll talk about what you will do with this next time.