Using Internet Resources in the ESL/CALL Classroom
Collaboration and Negotiation of Meaning
Streaming video clips

(Undergraduate students of Language & Linguistics working with Intensive English Program students,
using resources from Christine Bauer-Ramazani's Useful Links to TESL/CALL Web Sites


NOTE: Select the player and download speed appropriate for your Internet connection.
For demonstration during the conference, I will use the video clips marked with a **
 

Video clip 1:  Introduction

Video clip 2: Word Game

RealPlayer: dial-up ( 147KB) ** Windows Media Player: dial-up (0.2MB)
RealPlayer: high-speed (0.9 MB) ** Windows Media Player: high-speed (1.3MB)
RealPlayer: dial-up (324KB) Windows Media Player: dial-up (528 KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed (   2MB) Windows Media Player: high-speed (4.5MB  )
   

Video clip 3: Learning Japanese

Video clip 4: Using Songs

RealPlayer: dial-up (211KB) Windows Media Player: dial-up (386KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed (   1.33MB) Windows Media Player: high-speed (3.2MB)
RealPlayer: dial-up (217KB) Windows Media Player: dial-up (378KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed (1.4MB) Windows Media Player: high-speed (2.7MB)
   

Video clip 5: Using the Web

Video clip 6: Word Game 2

RealPlayer: dial-up (311KB) Windows Media Player: dial-up (511KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed (2 MB) Windows Media Player: high-speed (4MB)
RealPlayer: dial-up (324KB) ** Windows Media Player: dial-up (457KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed
(2MB) **
Windows Media Player: high-speed (5.15MB)
   

Video clip 7: Learning Korean

Video clip 8: Summary

RealPlayer: dial-up (314KB) Windows Media Player: dial-up (620KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed
(2MB)
Windows Media Player: high-speed (5MB )
RealPlayer: dial-up  (102KB) ** Windows Media Player: dial-up (144KB)
RealPlayer: high-speed (653KB) ** Windows Media Player: high-speed (832KB)


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