who possess excellent practical ability, rich humanity & creativity, and who contribute to diverse growth in society. ” Five Departments - Mechanical Engineering - Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Electronics and Information Engineering - Chemistry and Biology - Civil Engineering
- Introducing one’s company - Describing one’s company’s products - Collecting information about companies Socializing - Daily conversations Business - Arranging schedules - Reporting on the progress of work - Discussing work-related matters - Giving instruction and/or advice Research and Engineering - Searching for technical information - Reading academic articles and technical documents - Explaining the operation of machinery Learning English - Studying English
course which combines face-to-face (F2F) classroom component with an appropriate use of technology” (Sharma & Barret, 2008, p.7) “...a ‘narrow’ definition – for example ‘blending face-to-face plus web-based learning’ – excludes the use of CD Rom and other technologies and therefore could be seen as excessively restrictive (Sharma, 2010, p.457)
LMS and instructional videos - Importance of preparation - Challenging tasks - A positive attitude towards English classes Increased Flexibility - Learners worked on WBT at their own pace repeatedly in their free time.
required to watch a certain amount of videos, so they do not have time to watch long videos (e.g. 30mins, 40mins) every time. Don’t try to make a beautifully perfect video without any tiny errors. • That deprives teachers of the motivation to create videos. Consider how to deliver videos • Limited amount of internet connection on smartphone • Filtering software • YouTube, Office 365 (online) and USB drive (offline)
Microsoft Excel • Creating a quiz on Moodle - Aiken format ( for multiple choice questions) https://docs.moodle.org/35/en/Aiken_format - Gift format ( for various kinds of questions) https://docs.moodle.org/35/en/GIFT_format
vocabulary exercises • F2F: Form-focused practice (+ input task) + output task Tips • Put every material into one place • Make a shorter video / Try not to make a perfect video / How to deliver a video • Use import functions Thank you for listening Takuro FUJITA firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.takuro-fujita.com A case study on blended learning in English classes teaching at the National Institute of Technology Blended Learning F2F classroom + Web-based Training (WBT)
(2017). A needs analysis for constructing a task-syllabus in the National Institute of Technology. JABAET Journal, 21, 5-33. • Kameyama, T., Aoyama, M., & Takeda, J. (2017). Fundamental Science in English I. Seibido. • Sharma, P. (2010). Blended learning. ELT Journal, 64, 4, 456-458. • Sharma, P., & Barrett, B. (2007). Blended learning: Using technology in and beyond the language classroom. London: Macmillan Education.