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  • YD Chen
    Hi, Examples of my students and colleagues utilizing technology in the web-based classes are found on the links below: 1.
    Message 1 of 26 , Jul 6, 2007
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      Hi,

      Examples of my students' and colleagues' utilizing technology in the web-based classes are found on the links below:

      1. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/chinese/ ( Rosemary and Lorraine on some basic Chinese )
      2. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Zubing_Rosemary ( three teachers co-teach circle song)
      3.http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Liuzhou_Meeting ( Skipper Rich Wilson with yaodong's e-class)
      4. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Liuzhou_MS (Michael from Corlorado in USA with yaodong's e-clalss)
      5.http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/China_US_Meeting/ ( Yaodong 's mini-lecture online about Chinese dynasties, with teachers from 5 different places in the world---candy from San Diego,Jo from Xingcheng,China ,sarah from Lu zhai,China,Lorraine from Boston with her students)
      6. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/amure/ ( teachers from US,Russia,Taipei in Taiwan and Liuzhou in China)
      7. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/STONE2/Stone/ (Yaodong's mini-lecture on Liuzhou's stone art with Lorraine's assistance from Boston)

      Let me know if you need more.
      Regards,
      Yaodong


      c chee <bchee@...> wrote:
      contact yaodong chen in china, he has had over 200 students that have bought in on his training.

      Elizabeth Hanson-Smith <ehansonsmi@...> wrote: Hi all--
      I am preparing a talk for the CALL-IS Academic Session next year at
      TESOL 2008 in NYC. The question I am considering is "What is the
      effect of technology on what we know about second language acquisition
      (SLA)?"

      Have we learned anything more about how people learn/acquire languages
      because of technology?

      Has technology made SLA easier?

      I'd love to hear your opinions on or off list, and would like to quote
      you. I also have put the question in my blog, where you can answer as
      a comment:
      <http://ehansonsmith.blogspot.com/>

      Thanks--
      Elizabeth Hanson-Smith

      Listen to the quiet thunder and remember.
      Peace starts with communication.

      Chee, 713 988 4111 www.realteachers.org www.voicelearning.com
      email: bchee@...

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    • YD Chen
      Hi, Examples of my students and colleagues utilizing technology in the web-based classes are found on the links below: 1.
      Message 2 of 26 , Jul 6, 2007
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        Hi,

        Examples of my students' and colleagues' utilizing technology in the web-based classes are found on the links below:

        1. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/chinese/ ( Rosemary and Lorraine on some basic Chinese )
        2. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Zubing_Rosemary ( three teachers co-teach circle song)
        3.http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Liuzhou_Meeting ( Skipper Rich Wilson with yaodong's e-class)
        4. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Liuzhou_MS (Michael from Corlorado in USA with yaodong's e-clalss)
        5.http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/China_US_Meeting/ ( Yaodong 's mini-lecture online about Chinese dynasties, with teachers from 5 different places in the world---candy from San Diego,Jo from Xingcheng,China ,sarah from Lu zhai,China,Lorraine from Boston with her students)
        6. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/amure/ ( teachers from US,Russia,Taipei in Taiwan and Liuzhou in China)
        7. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/STONE2/Stone/ (Yaodong's mini-lecture on Liuzhou's stone art with Lorraine's assistance from Boston)

        Let me know if you need more.
        Regards,
        Yaodong


        c chee <bchee@...> wrote:
        contact yaodong chen in china, he has had over 200 students that have bought in on his training.

        Elizabeth Hanson-Smith <ehansonsmi@...> wrote: Hi all--
        I am preparing a talk for the CALL-IS Academic Session next year at
        TESOL 2008 in NYC. The question I am considering is "What is the
        effect of technology on what we know about second language acquisition
        (SLA)?"

        Have we learned anything more about how people learn/acquire languages
        because of technology?

        Has technology made SLA easier?

        I'd love to hear your opinions on or off list, and would like to quote
        you. I also have put the question in my blog, where you can answer as
        a comment:
        <http://ehansonsmith.blogspot.com/>

        Thanks--
        Elizabeth Hanson-Smith

        Listen to the quiet thunder and remember.
        Peace starts with communication.

        Chee, 713 988 4111 www.realteachers.org www.voicelearning.com
        email: bchee@...

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      • Elizabeth Hanson-Smith
        Thanks, Yaodong-- I will hang onto those examples to use later. But my question is really more theoretical--what have we learned about SLA (or second language
        Message 3 of 26 , Jul 10, 2007
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          Thanks, Yaodong--
          I will hang onto those examples to use later.

          But my question is really more theoretical--what have we learned about
          SLA (or second language learning, as I prefer to think of it), and has
          technology changed what we know about it?

          Cheers--
          --Elizabeth


          --- In evonline2002_webheads@yahoogroups.com, YD Chen <jjcyd@...> wrote:
          >
          > Hi,
          >
          > Examples of my students' and colleagues' utilizing technology in
          the web-based classes are found on the links below:
          >
          > 1. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/chinese/ ( Rosemary and
          Lorraine on some basic Chinese )
          > 2. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Zubing_Rosemary ( three
          teachers co-teach circle song)
          > 3.http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Liuzhou_Meeting ( Skipper
          Rich Wilson with yaodong's e-class)
          > 4. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Liuzhou_MS (Michael from
          Corlorado in USA with yaodong's e-clalss)
          > 5.http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/China_US_Meeting/ (
          Yaodong 's mini-lecture online about Chinese dynasties, with teachers
          from 5 different places in the world---candy from San Diego,Jo from
          Xingcheng,China ,sarah from Lu zhai,China,Lorraine from Boston with
          her students)
          > 6. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/amure/ ( teachers from
          US,Russia,Taipei in Taiwan and Liuzhou in China)
          > 7. http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/STONE2/Stone/ (Yaodong's
          mini-lecture on Liuzhou's stone art with Lorraine's assistance from
          Boston)
          >
          > Let me know if you need more.
          > Regards,
          > Yaodong
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