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AEI UO-Costa Rica Digital Videoconferences

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, AMERICAN ENGLISH INSTITUTE
U. S. EMBASSY SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA, ENGLISH LANGUAGE OFFICE & CULTURAL AFFAIRS 
DIGITAL VIDEOCONFERENCES WITH COSTA RICA 

UO AEI Welcomes Costa Rica again on November 4, 2011!

November 4, 2011

4 November: Handouts and Other Materials

 

Online Resources for Games in the ELT Classroom by Deborah Healey

Participants are welcome to contact Deborah Healeywith additional questions through email dhealey@uoregon.edu or through her web site.

 

Creating Objectives and Assessments for Project-Based Learning by Janine Sepulveda and Char Heitman

Participants are welcome to contact Janine Sepulveda and Char Heitman with additional questions through email: janines@uoregon.edu and heitman@uoregon.edu.

 

February 26, 2009

School in Cartago, Costa Rica, 2006
Students in Cartago, Costa Rica, 2006  

26 February: Handouts and Other Materials

 

Shaping the Way We Teach English by Leslie Opp-Beckman

"Shaping the Way We Teach English" material, produced bythe Office of English Language Programs
in Washington D.C. and the University of Oregon, are the focus of this digital videoconference (DVC) session.
The materials are available by request in hard copy from the Program Parners, as listed below. They are also
available online in digital format through the following web links.

  • Videos: Videos are now available through YouTube-UO (use the word "Shaping" to search for them all at once). You can also click on the links on the Shaping support site to access them directly.
    Hint #1: Turn on closed caption if you would like to see what people in the video are saying.
    Hint #2: If the videos play too slowly online, you can download them by pasting the links in KeepVid
    and then saving them to your desktop.

  • Manual.

  • Readings.

  • Supplementary Materials: Video transcripts, viewing guides, observation checklist, etc.

 

Additional handouts in PDF format in support of this digital videoconference (DVC) follow.

Participants are welcome to contact Leslie Opp-Beckman with additional questions through email leslieob@uoregon.edu or through her CV web site.

May 28, 2008

28 May 2008 Session, Archived

 

Tools and Tips for E-Learning by Leslie Opp-Beckman

An archived copy of the materials from the 28 May 2008 session is also available online:

Participants are welcome to contact Leslie Opp-Beckman with additional questions through email leslieob@uoregon.edu or through her CV web site.

 

Program Partners

University of Oregon is proud to work in partnership with Carmen Chinchilla and her associates in the English Language Office and with Nancy Szalwinski from the Cultural Affairs Office at the U.S. Embassy in San Jose, Costa Rica.