尾本康裕 Nihongo Web firstname.lastname@example.org
シュナイダー恵子 Saboten Web Design email@example.com
This handouts can be seen at http://www.sabotenweb.com/conference/JLTANE2000
Materials on the internet are used not only for distance learning, but as an enhancement for regular face-to-face classes. In this presentation, 1) the examples of interactive web sites, and 2) the services that teachers can develop such materials easily, will be presented.
SEATJ 2000: Research on Speed Reading Using Online Materials
Hot Potatoes (officially not Japanese capable)
Please try to match English and Japanese. When you are right, the two words sit next to each other. If not, the word will be bounced back.You can click "Reload" to reposition the red words.
Made using Game-O-Matic from Michigan State University.
Instructions: Click on a blue tile, then another. If they disappear, they match. If they don't match, they'll flip back over.
Made using Makers from Swarthmore College
Funbrain (Japanese OK)
Examples by Greg Dablestein of Brisbane Grammar School, Australia
Go to the site, secret word: BGSLOTE Quiz Name: Obentoo Unit 1
Examples by Miyuki Fukai of Indiana University
http://php.indiana.edu/~mfukai/quizzes/index.html (English index)
http://php.indiana.edu/~mfukai/quizzes/jindex.html (Japanese index)
Knowledge Design: Instructional Resources. George Mitrevski
DHTML Dynamic HTML
The next generation of HTML, the language that describes how text and images are displayed on a Web page. Dynamic HTML, developed by Netscape and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), is based entirely on industry-standard HTML and Java. New features in Dynamic HTML, such as absolute positioning and layers, give web designers and developers much greater control over the look and feel of Web pages.
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