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SYLLABUS Subject Code/Credit :Computer-Assisted Language Learning : /2 sks

Course Description This course discusses the teaching media and its usage related to computer assisted language learning Main Goal This course will develop students ability to understand and use various teaching media including computer-assisted language learning to teach English
No 1 Standard Competency Students are able to understand computer- assisted language learning in nature Students are able to understand mobile learning, podcasts and blogs in the classroom Students are able to understand word processing in the classroom Students are able to understand e-mail in the Topic/Material The outline of the course The definition of CALL What it covers history of CALL Mobile learning: cell phones, PDAs, and iPods Podcasts Blogs Reading discussion : describing story sequences and events presenting main and secondary ideas writing with the teacher getting ready to write, etc Student-teacher dialogue journal Teaching Learning Strategy Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Evaluation Format Test Type Test and Discussion and non-test problem solving Time Estimatio n 1 meeting

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Students are able to understand PowerPoint in the classroom Students are able to understand desktop publishing Students are able to understand creating sound files Students are able to understand video streaming and movie maker Students are able to understand listservs yahoo! Students are able to understand voice over Internet protocol services Students are able Messenger and chat to understand Students are able to understand the nicenet, webquests and using hotpotatoes Students are able to understand electronic portofolio and survey

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and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling E-flash cards and question & the classroom answer jeopardy! Elicitation, gap filling Let's visit places and question & Celebrate with your pen pal, etc answer Elicitation, gap filling Where am I? and question & Fill-in-the-blank song answer self-introduction Elicitation, gap filling Where am I? and question & My dream vacation answer the news from our school Elicitation, gap filling Complete a poem and question & proverbs, etc answer Elicitation, gap filling Reading chat and question & messenger-pair study answer role play Elicitation, gap filling Pair-up and question & let's do a project together answer Elicitation, gap filling The nicenet and question & webquest answer using hotpotatoes Creating an e-portofolio of students' Elicitation, gap filling and question & personal lives, etc (portofolio) reflective journal by email, etc

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Students are able to use other CALL activities

the weather etc (survey) MOOs working with the web the multimedia machine

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References Boswood, Tim (Editor). 1997. New Ways of Using Computer in Language Teaching. Illinois: Pantagraph Printing Cohen, Eli B & Nycz, Malgorzata. 2006. Learning Objects and E-Learning: an Informing Science Perspective. Available from http://ijklo.org/Volume2/v2p023-034Cohen32.pdf (14 April 2011) Erben, Tony &Sarieva, Iona (Eds). 2008. CALLing All Foreign Language Teachers: Computer-Assisted Language Learning in the Classroom. New York : Eye on Education Holmes, Bryn and Gardner, John. 2006. E-Learning: Concepted Practice. Great Britain: SAGE Publication, Ltd Holmes, Bryn and Gardner, John. E-Learning: Concept and Practice. London: SAGE Publications Ltd Midkiff, Scott F. and DaSilva, Luiz A. 2000. Leveraging the Web for Synchronous Versus Asynchronous Distance Learning. USA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University available from citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.5.3925 (August 2, 2011) Naidu, Som. 2006. E-Learning: A Guidebook of Principles, Procedures and Practices. New Delhi: CEMCA Suharyadi, Muhammad. 2010. The Impact of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) In Language Teaching. Jakarta: Universiy of Prof.Dr.Hamka, 2010) available from http://emsuharyadi.wordpress.com/2010/03/11/the-impact-of-computer-assisted-language-learning-callin-language-teaching/ (14 April 2011)