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Technology as a 2nd Language : 

Technology as a 2nd Language Language for the 21st Century

Shift Happens : 

Shift Happens ‘Web 2.0’ Millionth Word in the English Language "The English-language's millionth word, spewed out of a computer in Texas yesterday, and it's downright geeky: Web 2.0." - Toronto Star, June 11, 2009

Tools Change : 

Tools Change

Common Objection: : 

Common Objection: “We are NOT a Technology Program”

Kickin It Old School : 

Kickin It Old School Linguistic Competence Words & Grammar Discourse Competence Meaning Making: Sentences, Paragraphs, Ideas Sociolinguistic Competence Appropriateness & Etiquette Formality, Tone, Body Language etc (a.k.a. “Traditionally”)

Technology as a 2nd Language : 

Technology as a 2nd Language Stand Out In The Crowd

Linguistic Competence: New Words : 

Linguistic Competence: New Words Google Mash-up Emoticon Netetiquette Flash Mob Web 2.0 App Texting Sexting Tweeting ROTFL OMG POS 

Digital Blooms: Verbs (& Their Nouns) for 21st Century Learners : 

Digital Blooms: Verbs (& Their Nouns) for 21st Century Learners

Linguistic Competence: Digital Blooms : 

Linguistic Competence: Digital Blooms Verbs Nouns Analyzing Evaluating Exploring Collaborating Questioning Brainstorming Surfing Tools AI Decision Trees Mash-ups Blogs Wiki’s Podcasts Apps Search Engines Mind Maps Modeling Predicting Problem Solving Applying Creating

Old Words: New Meanings : 

Old Words: New Meanings com·po·si·tion The art of putting words and sentences together in accordance with the rules of grammar and rhetoric. A short essay written as a school exercise. A piece of music The organization or grouping of the different parts of a work of art so as to achieve a unified whole. An aggregate material formed from two or more substances: a composition of silver and tin.

Communicating Ideas: Discourse Competence in Cyberspace : 

Communicating Ideas: Discourse Competence in Cyberspace Old School As Well As…

Communicating Ideas: Discourse Competence in Cyberspace : 

Communicating Ideas: Discourse Competence in Cyberspace Face to Face Instead Grrrr I’M REALLYUPSET (Caps, Font Size , Bold)

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace : 

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace Netiquette Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners no matter which fork you use – Emily Post

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace : 

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace Netiquette: Adhere to the same standards of behaviour online that you follow in real life

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace : 

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace Informal Formal Yo Dude, What’s Up Hi Joan, Here’s my job application You Rock  TIA (((( cyber hugz )))) How are you? Dear Ms Schor Excellent Work Thank you Sincerely Yours

Sociolinguistic Competence in Cyberspace: Emails Behaving Badly : 

Sociolinguistic Competence in Cyberspace: Emails Behaving Badly The Dreaded Reply All

Sociolinguistic Competence in Cyberspace: Emails Behaving Badly : 

Sociolinguistic Competence in Cyberspace: Emails Behaving Badly [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo_Py9Hp3Jg

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace; Preparing Students For the World They Live In : 

Sociolinguistics in Cyberspace; Preparing Students For the World They Live In Creating a Digital Footprint that is Appropriate and Professional

Not Better or Worse, Just Different : 

Not Better or Worse, Just Different English: The Language Franca of the Internet It’s normal and natural to think what is normal and natural to us is normal and natural everywhere BUT IT ISN’T Cross Cultural Studies Culturally based concepts of Plagiarism “Paraphrasing” Experts Polite Requests

That’s Your Job : 

That’s Your Job Are you preparing him for the world he lives in? If not… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VSymMbMYHA

Transitions are like the space between the trapeze… : 

Transitions are like the space between the trapeze… “If you don’t like change, you’re going to like irrelevance even less.”—General Eric Shinseki