Use Web Resources: Additional Resources
More ideas for activities that use web resources:
Bendient, Douglas, Jacqueline D. Scolari, and Tamela D. Randolph. (2000) Too Few Computers and Too Many Kids. Learning and Leading with Technology, 27(8), 18-21. Supplement with links to sites mentioned.
Bogard, E., Feyten,C., Green, J. and Taylor, G. (1997) Webspinning: Using the Web to Teach Languages. Learning and Leading With Technology, 24:5, 26-28.
Chenuau, J. (2000) Cyber Traveling through the Loire Valley. Learning and Leading with Technology, 28:2, 22-27.
Furner, J., Doan Holbein, M. F., and Scullion, K.J. (2000) Taking an Internet Field Trip. TechTrends, 44:6, 18-22.
Green, James, Carine Feyten, Greg Taylor, and Eva Bogard. (1997) Webspinning: Language Learning on the World Wide Web. Learning and Leading With Technology, 24:6, 35-37.
Pastorek, M.J. and Craig, L. (2000) Technical Frience: Integrating Science, Foreign Language, Social Studies, & Technology. Learning and Leading with Technology, 28:2, 18-21.
Taylor, Greg, Carine Feyten, Eva Bogard and James Green. (1996-1997) Webspinning in the Language Classroom. Learning and Leading With Technology, 24:4, 32-35.
More on Bloom's Taxonomy
Key Words <http://utexas.edu/student/utlc/handouts/1414.html>
Key Words and Example Questions
DLRN's Technology Resource Guide - a discussion of technology in terms of Bloom's Taxonomy <http://www.dlrn.org/library/dl/guide4.html>
Did you know that Bloom had 3 domains of educational activities? Most of are only aware of the "cognitive", but for language and culture learning, we might also want to look at the "affective" domain - and maybe even the psychomotor domain? (TPR?) <http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/bloom.html>