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Ict in language learning bab 2 (2)

ICT in learning

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Ict in language learning bab 2 (2)

  1. 1. GROUP 1: 1. NANANG LESMANA 2. RIFKI AMIN 3. WIJI HASTUTI
  2. 2. DEFINITION ICT is generally defined as technology functioning to support the process of conveying information and communication. With the development of ICT, the communicator and communicant can communicate through telephone, internet, email, satellite, television, video conference, and the like.
  3. 3. 1. ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LEARNING PROCESS 1. Computers and language learning 2. Issues regarding the change of method of language learning teaching
  4. 4. 2. ICT TOOLS AND UTILISATION IN EDUCATION CONTEXT 1. Interactive Multimedia 2. Computers 3. Audio devices 4. Internet 5. Television 6. Telephone and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) 7. Mobile Gadget 8. Social Interface 9. Interactive Whiteboard
  5. 5. 3. CURRENT APLICATION OF ICT IN LANGUAGE LEARNING 1. Presentation 2. Practice 3. Authoring 4. Computer – Aided Assessment (CAA) 5. Publishing 6. Communication 7. Simulation
  6. 6. 1.Roles of Computers in Language Learning A. Advantages of a computer 1. More interactive aid compared with other media. 2. May act as a teacher or tutor, providing material, guiding a student how to learn it, and giving more information and explanantion. 3. It can be a very effective and efficient reference book. 4. It can be utilized to communicate visually with students.
  7. 7. B. Computers and Language Learning  Balleden (1984) points out that computer technology will increasingly penetrate all areas of life, including education.  Maddison (1983) maintains that the technology of education and communication are two sides of the same coin.  Kenning (1984) clearly states that computer can be utilized to enhance language learning, and can also be used to generate examples to illustrate certain operation, or to stimulate conversation.
  8. 8. C. Issues regarding the change of methods of language teaching  There have so many methods ever used for teaching the language.  The best medium is in which students relate to the source of information about the target language, together with the way in which that ‘source’ is able to respond to the student’s learning behaviour, and the way in which it can provide opportunities for students to engage in interaction.  Computer-based language instruction is assumed to be better than any other non-computer mediated language instruction method in a number of ways.
  9. 9. 2. ICT TOOLS AND UTILISATION IN EDUCATION Introduction:  It is generally agreed that ICT is a crucial resource in education.  Students use computers from an early age and continue to university level.  Students taught practical ICT skills that are transferable into the work place.
  10. 10. Advantages Using ICT in the Classroom  Teachers upload course documents so that students misses a lesson, they can download information and do the work in their own time.  Encourages student-driven lessons, where students take responsibility for their learning.
  11. 11. ICT used in the Classroom 1. Interactive Multimedia 2. Computers 3. Audio devices 4. Internet 5. Television 6. Telephone and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) 7. Mobile Gadget 8. Social Interface 9. Interactive Whiteboard
  12. 12. 3. CURRENT APLICATION OF ICT IN LANGUAGE LEARNING DEFINITION ICT is generally defined as technology functioning to support the process of conveying information and communication. With the development of ICT, the communicator and communicant can communicate through telephone, internet, email, satellite, television, video conference, and the like.
  13. 13. ADVANTAGES According to Hartoyo, M.A., Ph.D., There are some advantages of utilizing ICT-computer in language learning ICT serves as the ‘media’ bridging and enabling the learning process, or event direct communicator between students and teacher although they are not present in the same room or place. ICT can be created to enable students to learn the lessons with the guidance, instruction, information, or further explanation for specific terms merged on the program. (such as ‘tutorial’)
  14. 14.  ICT-computer in language learning is that it can be an inseparable ‘reference book’  ICT-computer can serve as a peer for students in playing educational games, or as source of learning material, which can give illustration for verbally difficult to explain concepts as well as other interactive and attractive illustration. (If combined with other media, such as video)
  15. 15. Fitzpatrick and Davies (2002) outlined seven ways in which ICT is use in language learning. 1. Presentation Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab http://esl-lab.com/ 2.Practice Example : Listen, repeat and compare Cambridge dictionary 3. Authoring Example : Hot Potatoes http://hotpot.uvic.ca/index.php
  16. 16. 4. Computer-Aided Assessment (CAA) Encyclopedia on CD-ROM 5. Publishing blogspot 6. Communicating Yahoo email 7. Simulations Yahoo messenger video conference
  17. 17. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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